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Planchette photograph ique 8, 28, 270

Plane, conjugate 171-173

datum 37

focal 168-175

front 37, 40, 310

ground 37

horizon 37

image 170, 202

kernel 63-68

nodal 165, 170, 174, 175



INDEX. 429



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Plane, principal 37, 38

table photogrammeter of von Huebl 250-253

visual 39

Plate carrier 186

holder 186, 193, 194

Plates, overexposed 348, 356, 363/364

size of, Bridges-Lee's 268

Finsterwalder's 227

French 245

Huebl's 253

Italian 201, 202, 222, 225, 226

Meydenbaur's 185

Ney's 233

U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey's 199

Vallot's 255

stereoscopic ' 31

test 346-348.

underexposed 349, 363

vertically of 100-102

Platino-bromide paper 136, 378, 401

Platinum 379, 383

Plotting contours 126, 151, 157

iconometric 49, 115, 117, 124, 131, 140, 149, 215

picture-traces 47-51, 54, 62, 78, 92-94, 99, 124, 130, 137, 327

shore lines 126, 151, 157

stations 55

Pneumatic shutter 226. 234

Point, distance 39

kernel 63-68

nodal 36-38, 165-168

principal 38, 47, 51-55, 190, 202

reference 93, 134, 139, 140, 152

vanishing 39, 41

Pointer, station 60

Points, concluded 196

conjugate 174

iconometric plotting of 115, 117, 124, 131, 140, 149

identification of 138, 139

trigonometric 218, 229

Polar iconometric method 387, 391

precision of 391



43 INDEX.

PAHR

Pollack, V 16, 18, 27, 243

Porro, Prof 24, 223, 232, 309

Porta, G. della 6

Portland Canal 32

Positive lens 1 70-1 73

Positives 45

Potassium bromide . 355, 356, 359, 361, 364, 365, 371

chloride 372^

cyanide 371

Pothenot 60

Prague 15

Precision of polar-iconometric method 391

Pribilof Islands 32

Principal axis of a lens 165

foci of a lens 168

line of a perspective . .38, 51-54, 185-193, 197, 206

planes : 168

point . 38, 47, 51-55, 190, 202

ray 38

Printing by development 377

frame 376

out papers . 376,377

photographic 376

Prints, distortion in 401

distorted through backing 402

flexible 382

"splotchy" 385

Problem, five-point 55~59

three-point 59-62

Protractor, photograph 154

three-arm 60

Prussian Topographic Bureau 319

Prussiate of potash 352

Pujo, Th 8

Pulfrich, Dr. C 20, 21, 308/314

Projection, central 36, 167

orthogonal 36, 40, 48, 210

outward 36

Punta Bivula 113

dell' Erbetet 114

delP Invergnan 114



INDEX. 431

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Punta del Lei 89, 106

di Breuil 114

di Nomenon 95, 96, 100-106, 114

di Toss 114

Gran Paiadiso 113

Percia.. . 95^99, 100, 114

Rouletta, 95, 96, 99, 100, 114

Ruja 91, 103, 105, 106

Pyro developer 358

Pyrogallic acid ("Pyro") 358

Pyre-ammonia 373

-metol 373

-soda 373



Q.

Quidde. . 13

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Radial method 387, 391

precision of 391

Ramsden eyepiece . 26, 220, 221, 239

Randhagen, F : 236

Range-finder, stereoscopic 309

Range of stereoscopic vision 312

Rapidity of lens r ..... 176, 177

Rapid rectilinear lens, Dallmeyer's 183

Ray, emergent 166-176

incident . . . ( 166-176

Ray-filters 187, 198, 205, 339-341

Ray, principal. . 38, 51-54, 185-193, 197, 206

Reducer 373

Reed, Lieut. Henry A 4,

Reference points 93, 134, 139, 140, 152, 195

Refraction 160, 178, 179, 214, 338, 309

Refractive index 159, 161, 167, 170, 179, 180, 188

Regnault 294

Reichel 232

Relief effect 310

Retina of the eye 180, 219



43 2 INDEX.



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Restrainer ..... ..............................................



......................... 95, H3, H4

Rhodamine .................................................. 339 , 34O

Rholf, G ....................................................... I4

Ringertz, Major N. C ............................................. 22

Ritter, Herman .................................................. j^

Rocky Mountain Park. . ........ ............................... 29, 30

Rockwood-Schallenberger panoramic camera ......................... 271

Roscoe .......................................................... 34 6

Rosen, Prof ..................................................... 22

Rosenmund, M .................................................. 23

Ross, Thos ...................................................... 28

Rousson, H ..................................................... n

Rubber ......................................................... -375

Ruby light ...................................................... 349

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Sal ammoniac ................................................... 375

Salmairaghi ..................................................... 24

Salt (chloride of sodium) ............................... iv, 381, 383, 385

Saltpeter ........................................................ 375

Santa Cruz Island ................................................ 5

Scale, objective ...................................... 209, 217, 220, 247

of heights .................................................. 147

stereotelemeter ................. ............................ 317

transverse, aerial ........................................... 310

vanishing ................................................ 74, 75

Schallenberger ................................................... 271

Scheele ......................................................... iii

Schell, Prof ...................................................... 16

Schepp, A ....................................................... 25

Schmalkalder compass ............................................ 203

Schott, Dr. A ........... . ........................................ 178

Schiffner, Prof. F .................................... 1 6, 19, 20, 56, 303

Schreiner ........................................................ 13

Schroeder, Dr .............................................. 15, 17, 18

Schroeder & Co .................................................. 298

Schumann ....................................................... 340

Schwassmann, A ................................................. 20

Scolik .......................................................... 340



INDEX. 433

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Scott's exposure table 345

Screens, color. 187, 198, 205

test 163, 164

Secondary chromatic aberration : ' 178

Sector, graphic 278-283

ordinary 146

Seeing, stereoscopically 314

visual 35

Selecting camera stations 388

Seliger, P 319

Sensitizer, optical 339

Sensitized albumen paper 378

Sensitometer number 205, 336

Settore Grafico 278-283

Shipping-box for plates 195

Shore line, to plot 68-71

Short-stop and hardener 385

Silver bromide v

chloride of iii, iv, 372

cyanide of 370

haloids, reduction of 335, 354

nitrate iv, 371

printing-paper. .378

Simon, S 23

Size of photographic dry plates, Bridges-Lee's 268

Finsterwalder's 227

French 245

Huebl's 253

Italian 201, 202, 222, 225, 226

Meydenbaur's 185

Ney's 233

U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey's 199

Vallot's 255

Snellius 60

Society for Natural Research, Munich. . . 309

Sodium carbonate 358, 359, 361, 363-365

Sadium phosphate 352

Southeast Alaska 197, 340

Spectrum, solar iii, 337-339, 341

Speed of photographic plates .336

Spirit-levels for camera 184-192, 197, 203, 205



434 INDEX.

PAGE

Spitaler, Dr. A '. 403

Spitzbergen 22

Splotchy prints 385

Sprung, A 20

Squadro Grafico 284-290

Squares, method of 72

Stained negatives 370, 373

Stanley 33

Starch 368

Starke, G 19

Starke and Kammerer 254, 249

Station, foot of 38

plotting 55

pointer 60

Stegemann's camera 183

Steiner, Prof. F 16, 18, 54, 55

Steinern, Baron von 209

Steinheil, Dr 183, 212, 222, 403, 404

Steinheil's antiplanatic lens 212

aplanatic lens 183, 222

Stereocomparator 308

Stereophotogrammetry 308, 318

Stereoplanigraphs 308

Stereoscopic power 309

surveying 308

telemeter 308, 318

Stolze, Dr 15, 17

Strachy, R 33

Strassburg 13

Sugar .383

of lead (acetate of lead) 383-384

Sulphate of copper 371

iron 355-357

sodium 375

Sulphite of sodium 358-367, 382, 385

Sulphocyanate of potassium 374

Sulphocyanide of ammonium 382, 383

Sulphuric acid 355, 361, 367

Superintendent U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Report of 34

Surveying-cameras, requirements 183

Surveyor-General Dominion lands of Canada 132



INDEX. 435

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Surveying, phototopographic, in Alaska 29

Austria 15

Canada 29

France '. 5-9

Germany 12

Italy 24

Spain 27

Sweden 21

Switzerland 23

Survey's Office, Canadian Topographic 135

Sutton 28

Swiss Topographic Bureau 236



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Table salt (chloride of sodium) iv, 381, 383, 385

Tacheometre 253

Talbot, Fox iv

Talbotype iv

Tannin solution 353

Tasmania 5

Technical High School, Berlin 14, 63, 302

Braunschweig 234

Teeth, camera 214

Telemeter, stereoscopic 313, 318

errors in reading the stereoscopic , 315

Teleobjective 259, 402, 403-405

Telephotography 402

Telescope, "broken" 260

Telescopic camera, Italian 220

Lechner's 244

ocular lens 219

of Starke and Kammerer 245, 249

diaphragm 219, 229

Temperature for toning-bath 380, 385

Test exposures 346-348

plates for stereoscopic vision 314

photographic 334, 346-348

screens, photographic. . . 1 163, 164

"Testing, water 352

Tests for "hypo" 368



43^ INDEX.

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Tetrachlor-tetraethyl-rhodamine-chlorhydrate 340

Theodolite of Col. Goulier 254, 260

Three-arm protractor 60

Three-point problem 59, 62

Tiflis 209

Tincture of iodine 369

Tissandier, G 12-

Toning process 370-381

Toning- and fixing-baths, combined 379, 383, 384, 386

separate (or plain) 379, 382, 383

Topographic Bureau of Switzerland 236

cylindrograph, Moessard's 271-274

Surveys Branch of Canada 135

Topography, definition of i

Tourniquet 163

Transit 187, 188, 195, 198

theodolite 231

Transverse seals 310

Trial plates 334, 346-348

Tribrach (triangular instrument base) 187, 198, 263

Trikolograph, Dr. Hauck's 302-306

Trilinear systems 63

Tripods for cameras 185, 187, 193, 197, 204, 211, 222

stereotelemeters 313



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Underdevelopment 349

Underexposed plates 349 ? 363

Uniform diaphragm system ^44

U. S. Alaskan Boundary Commissioner !07

U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey 25, 31, 32, 34, 185, 196-198, 243,

340, 342
Upsala Meteorological Observatory 21



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Valenta, Dr. E I9

Vallot, H 9> 253

Vallot, J 9j 25J

Valsavaranche Valley 25, 91, 113, 114



INDEX. 437

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Valsoana Valley 25

Van Diemensland (Tasmania) 5

Vanishing points 39~4*

scale : 74-75

Variation, focal 180

Varnish for negatives 375

Vautier-Dufour, A 12

Verein, Oesterreichischer Ingenieur und Architecten 27

Vernach glacier 15

Verner, C. W. 33

Vertical angles 230

intersections 134, 142, 144, 389

Verticality of plates 100-102

Vertices of a lens 165

Vienna 16

Vision, range of stereoscopic 312

Visual focus 180

Vogel, Dr. H. C 401

Vogel, Dr. H. W 13,15,17,184

Vogel's camera 184

Voigtlaender's collinear lens. 183

von Alster, Gen 12

von Guttenberg, A. K 20

von Huebl, Baron 16, 19, 20

von Moltke, Count 12

von Steinern, Baron 209

von Sterneck, Col 26

von Ziegler, Ch 12

Volkmer 19



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Wallon, E ; 12

Wang, F 19

War, Franco-Prussian 12, 13

Water tests 352

Wedgewood iii

Weight of phototheodolite, Finsterwalder's. 227

Laussedat's 245

Paganini's 200

Vallofs 261



438 INDEX.

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Weight of photo topographic magazine camera, Meydenbaur's 185

photogrammetric plane table, von Huebl's 253

stereotelemeters 313

Wenz, E 12

Werner 243

Werner's camera 184

Westman, J 22

Wet-plate process iv, v

Wheatstone stereoscope 308

Whipple, G. M 33

Wide angle lens 34

Wiganowsky 8

Woodbury antipyr 374

Wollaston 6, 298

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Yellow color-screens 198, 340, 341

stains 370, 373

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Zeiss' anastigmat lens. 164, 183, 187, 199, 201, 222, 226, 227, 242, 243, 247, 258

Zeiss, Carl 178, 309

Zeitschrift fuer Instrumentenkunde 230



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