10-volume collection, edited in 1909, that really covers a wide variety of photography topics. Interesting reading ranging from aspects of the physics and chemistry of photography to managing a studio and succeeding in the business.
This is the first volume and all can be found on the Internet Archive. Links and related topics below
Negative Developing and After-Manipulation Including Development of Films and Plates, Intensifying, Reducing also Ammonia, Factorial and Tank Development. Wet Plate and Ferrotype Processes
General Exterior Photography Composition
Photographic Printing PART I
Photographic Printing PART II Copying, Enlarging, Lantern Slides
At-Home Portraiture, Flashlight, Interiors, Lenses
Studio Portraiture PART I
Studio Portraiture PART II, Studio System
Commercial, Press, Scientific Photography
Negative Retouching, Etching and Modeling.