This is a reference to an exhibition of 60 autochromes from 193 original plates kept in the Cracow museum (ill. 41-44). Tadeusz Rząca (1868-1928) produced colour glass images from 1907. The main subjects of his photography were the city and its vicinities, Little Poland, the mountains and residents set against landscape. A larger series of pictures includes Bronowice village (now a part of Cracow), Tarnów, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska and Tatras Mountains.
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