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Photograms of the year 18991899
Photograms of the Year 1900 by The Photogram1900
Photograms of the Year 1909 by H. Snowden Ward1909
Photograms of the Year 1912 by F. J. Mortimer1912
Photograms of the Year 1913 by F. J. Mortimer1913
Photograms of the Year 1915 by F. J. Mortimer1915
Photograms of the Year 1916 by F. J. Mortimer1916
Photograms of the Year 1917-1918 by F. J. Mortimer1917-1918
Photograms of the Year 1919 by F. J. Mortimer1919
Photograms of the Year (1920) by F. J. Mortimer1920
Photograms of the Year 1921 by F. J. Mortimer1921
Photograms of the Year 1922 by F. J. Mortimer1922
Photograms of the year 1923 by F. J. Mortimer1923
Photograms of the Year 1924 by F. J. Mortimer1924
Photograms of the Year 1925 by F.J. Mortimer1925
Photograms of the Year 1926 by F. J. Mortimer1926
Photograms of the Year 1927 by ed. F. J. Mortimer1927
Photograms of the Year 1928 by F. J. Mortimer1928
Photograms of the Year 1930 by F. J. Mortimer1930
Photograms of the Year 1933 by F. J. Mortimer1933
Photograms of the Year 1937 by Francis James (1874-1944) Mortimer1937
Photograms of the Year 1938 by F. J. Mortimer1938
Photograms of the Year 19401940
Photograms of the Year 1947 by F. J. Tritton1947
Photograms of the Year 1949 by Percy W. [from old catalog] Harris1949
Photograms of the Year 1950 by Sinkinson Bertram. (Editor).1950
Photograms of the Year 1951 by L.V. (Introducer). Chilton1951
Photograms of the Year 1953 by Frederic Robinson1953
Photograms of the Year 1954 by Sinkinson Bertram. (Editor).1954
Photograms of the Year 1957 by A. L. M. Sowerby1957
Photograms of the Year 1958 by No Author1958

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Series description

The annual review of the world's pictorial photographic work. The first volume of the series was issued in 1895.

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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