Bibliography: Microscopes

The table is sortable by Year, Author, and Title.

Yearsort descending Author Title
1677 Butterfield, Mr. Making of Microscopes with Very Small and Single Glasses
1685 Molyneux, W. Circulation of the blood as seen, by the help of a Microscope
1695 Harris, J. Some Microscopical Observations of vast Numbers of Animalcula seen in Water
1696 Gray, S. A Letter from, giving a further Account of his Water Microscope
1696 Gray, S. Several Microscopical Observations and Experiments
1697 Gray, S. A Letter from, Concerning making Water subservient to the viewing both near and distant Objects [etc.]
1702 Cowper, W. A Description of the Extremities of those Vessels, and the manner the Blood is seen, by the Microscope, to pass from the Arteries to the Veins in Quadrupeds when living.
1702 Wilson, J. The Description and Manner of Using a Late Invented Set of Small Pocket Microscopes
1710 Adams, A. The Manner of Making Microscopes
1722 Folkes, M. Some account of Mr. Leeuwenhoek's curious Microscopes, lately presented to the Royal Society
1735 Barker, R. A Catoptric Microscope
1739 Baker, H. An Account of Mr. Leeuwenhoek's Microscopes
1739 Miles, H. Some Remarks concerning the Circulation of the Blood, as Seen in the Tail of a Water-Est, through a Solar Microscope
1743 Baker, H. Microscope Made Easy
1747 Rees, A. Catalogus van het Vermaarde Cabinet van Vergrootglasen ... den Heer Anthony van Leeuwehhoek
1756 Baker, H. Nuttig Gebruik van het Mikroscoop
1848 - 1854 Harting, P. Het Mikroscoop
1885 Mayall, J. Cantor lectures on the microscope
1932 Clay, R. S. and T. H. Court The History of the Microscope
1933 Seters, W. H. van Leeuwenhoecks Microscopen, Praepareeren Observatiemethodes
1933 Cittert, P. H. Van The van Leeuwenhoek Microscope in possession of the University of Utrecht
1934 Cittert, P. H. Van Descriptive catalogue of the collection of microscopes in charge of the Utrecht university museum
1939 Rooseboom, M. Bidrage tot de Kennis der Optische Eigenschappen van Eenige Microscopen van Van Leeuwenhoek
1956 Seters, W. H. van Leeuwenhoeck's Aalkijker-Modellen
1967 Bradbury, S. The Evolution of the Microscope
1968 Walter, W. and H. Via Making A Leeuwenhoek "Microscope" Replica
1976 Lechevalier, H. Louis Joblot and His Microscopes
1981 Zuylen, J. van The Microscopes of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
1983 Bracegirdle, B. Beads of glass: Leeuwenhoek and the early microscope
1983 Ford, B. J. What were the missing Leeuwenhoek microscopes really like?
1985 Ford, B. J. Single Lens: The Story of the Simple Microscope
1988 Wilson, C. Visual Surface And Visual Symbol: The Microscope And The Occult In Early Modern Science
1989 Fournier, M. Huygens' Designs for a Simple Microscope
1991 Baker, R. The Homemade Microscope
1991 Houtzager, H. L. De microscopische nalatenschap van Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
1991 Palm, L. C. Natuurlijke historie rond 1700. De rol van de microscopie in het natuuronderzoek
1991 Fournier, M. Nederlanders en de ontwikkeling van de microscoop
1995 Wilson, C. The invisible world: early modern philosophy and the invention of the microscope.
1996 Shinn, A. To Make a Van Leeuwenhoek Microscope Replica
1996 Fournier, M. The fabric of life: microscopy in the seventeenth-century.
1996 Dubowsky, N. Revisiting Antony van Leeuwenhoek
1996 Ruestow, E. G. The Microscope in the Dutch Republic: The Shaping of Discovery
1996 Carboni, G. A Glass-Sphere Microscope
2001 Ford, B. J. The Royal Society And The Microscope
2002 Fournier, M. De Doos van Pandora
2007 Fournier, M. Personal styles in microscopy: Leeuwenhoek, Swammerdam and Huygens.
2007 Loncke, H. Making a Van Leeuwenhoek Microscope Lens
2007 Loncke, H. Making an Antoni van Leeuwenhoek microscope replica
2008 Duuglas-Ittu, K. von The Simple Microscope in the Hands of Van Leeuwenhoek and Huygens
2009 Ford, B. J. Did Physics Matter to the Pioneers of Microscopy?