Below are articles, mostly from the 19th Century, that deal with general aspects of making albumen prints, negatives and variants such as prints on ivory. Somewhat unique are the articles on selecting the appropriate paper base and how to prepare for albumen coating. Notable among these are two anonymous articles from 1859 A Visit to a Photographic Paper Establishment from the The Photographic News and Photographic Papers from the Photographic Journal. This collection of articles also makes clear that albumen was used for more than positive printing and had a significant impact on the development and perfection of techniques for making negatives on glass.