C R E D I T S   &   L I N K S

A good number of pictures used in these pages have been duplicated from other Web sites. My source information is only as complete as what exists on those sites. I have tried contacting their WebWeavers to obtain more details, but have found that they don't know much more about who created the material than I do. Any additional information would be very much appreciated and will be posted immediately.

Material with clearly identifiable sources has not necessarily been endorsed for use on this site by those sources. Some of the artists may not even have consciously intended for their subjects to resemble people with albinism. This is designed to be a simple educational and artistic project with no financial gain involved.

Material in use is cited as follows:


Robert Gould's rendition of Elric of Melniboné from Michael Moorcock's The Revenge of the Rose, downloaded from Scott Lindquist's Elric Page



Photo 1-"Lillie Cavalier"
(carte de visite photo taken in New Orleans, nineteenth century)

Photo 2-"The Martin sisters, Florence & Mary"
(cabinet photo by Chas. Eisenmann, New York, nineteenth century)

Photo 3-unidentified carte de visite, nineteenth century

Photo 4-"Albino Boy"
(cabinet photo by Obermuller & Son, New York, nineteenth century)

All downloaded from Marcel Safier's
"Nineteenth Century Images of Albinism" site

Photo 5-downloaded from Microsoft's Encarta 1996 Encyclopedia,
©Nancy M. Hamilton/Science Source/Photo Researchers



Panel 1-"Sheepherder's Dream" by Diana Bryer, scanned from a greeting card found in Santa Fe, NM.  For more information, visit the
Diana Bryer Web site.

Panel 2-"Moondancer" by Mark Henson (detail), scanned from a greeting card found in Santa Fe, NM.  For more information, visit the
Sacred Light Studio Web site.

Panel 3-"Amaris (Child of the Moon)" by Judy J. King, scanned from a greeting card found in Annapolis, MD.  For more information, visit the
Judy King page off the Fortunate Occurrence Web site.



Panel 1-"Last Detail Drawing" by Deborah Byrne, scanned from a color print supplied by the artist.

Panel 2-"Daughter of the Sea" by Charles Vess (detail), scanned from Dream Makers:  Six Fantasy Artists at Work, edited by Martyn Dean, published by Paper Tiger Books, London, England, 1988.

Panel 3-Produced by Postermania, Canada, artist unidentified,
product #L-WON 123A (detail)



Panel 1-Scanned cover of X-Men 2099 issue, "Roadwork," July 10, 1995.  Marvel Comics, Inc.

Panel 2-Scanned detail from X-Men 2099 issue, "The Darkroom," January 4, 1995.  Marvel Comics, Inc.

Panel 3-Lady Death, from the Law and Chaos series. Chaos Comics.  For more information, see the Chaos Comics Lady Death home page.

Panel 4-Illustration by Tim Truman, from Jonah Hex:  Riders of the Worm and Such #1, page 5.  DC Comics, Inc.  Pen and ink on paper, 10 1/4 x 15 3/4 inches (26 x 40 cm), downloaded from the Tim Truman Artwork Page off of the Comic Book Art Web site

Panel 5 (left)-"The Invitation" by Catpaws

Panel 6 (right)-"Recognition" by Wendy Pini

both from Wendy & Richard Pini's ElfQuest series, ©Warp Graphics.  downloaded from  "The Gazers" Web site



Panel 1-Details unknown

Panel 2-painting of Raguel by Brom (1995) for Last Unicorn's Heresy game world; scanned from Realms of Fantasy magazine, "Playing with a Full Deck," February 1996, p. 71. For more information, see the Brom Web site.

Panel 3-painting of Sammael by Brom (1995) for Last Unicorn's Heresy game world; scanned from his catalogue Darkwerks, published by Paper Tiger Books, London, England, 1997. For more information, see the Brom Web site.

Panel 4-"White Witch" (watercolor) by Jessica Galbreth, from the Enchanted Art Gallery.



Figures used in Dead Sea Scrolls information derived from the
Library of Congress Web site.
Excerpt from Chapter 106 of The Book of Enoch from The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament, translated by R. H. Charles, published by Oxford: The Clarendon Press.
Complete online text available from the Northwest Nazarene University Web site, scanned and edited by Joshua Williams, Northwest Nazarene College, 1995.

Excerpts from The White Goddess: A Historical Grammar of Poetic Myth - Amended and Enlarged Edition, by Robert Graves, published by Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1966, pp. 24, 67, and 434.



Excerpt, "The Whiteness of the Whale" from Moby Dick by Herman Melville, originally published 1851-
Creation of machine-readable version: Originally transcribed and deposited by Prof. Eugene F. Irey, University of Colorado. Tagged in TEI compatible format at the Oxford Text Archive by Jeffrey Triggs. Conversion to TEI.2-conformant markup:  Public Domain TEI edition prepared at the Oxford Text Archive, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, VA.
Available from: Oxford Text Archive, Oxford University Computing Services, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN; archive@ox.ac.uk (ota n=1828).
Thanks also to MARK ALTSCHULER



Quotations-taken from Elric of Melniboné by Michael Moorcock.

Panel 1-Robert Gould's rendition of Elric of Melniboné from Michael Moorcock's The Fortress of the Pearl.

Panel 2-Robert Gould's rendition of Elric of Melniboné from Michael Moorcock's The Vanishing Tower.

Panel 3-Robert Gould's rendition of Elric of Melniboné from Michael Moorcock's The Sailor on the Seas of Fate.

Panels 1, 2, and 3 from Scott Lindquist's Elric Page

Panel 4-Scanned from Midsummer Night's Faery Tale by Wendy Froud and Terri Windling, photographs by John Lawrence Jones, photographic art direction by Brian Froud.

Panel 5-Scanned cover of Richard Adams' Maia.

Panel 6-Scanned cover of Jane Yolen's White Jenna, with jacket art by Dennis Nolan.



Panel 1-Cover illustration of H.G. Wells's The Invisible Man
downloaded from Amazon.com

Panel 2-Cover illustration of Alfred Bester's The Stars My Destination
downloaded from Amazon.com



Panel 1-Cover illustration of Randall Beth Platt's The Likes of Me, downloaded from Amazon.com.

Panel 2-Scanned cover of Iain Lawrence's Ghost Boy, with jacket art by Kunio Hagio.

Panel 3-Cover illustration of John Edgar Wideman's Sent for You Yesterday
downloaded from Amazon.com.  Review by Virginia L. Small, from NOAH's People of Color Bulletin, March 1995.  Used with permission.  Virginia has her own Web site, "The Golden Child," where you can find additional information relating to People of Color who are born with albinism.



Information courtesy Jim Haefemeyer, Andrew Leibs, and Matt Smutko

The Time Machine photo downloaded from the Official Time Machine Site.
QuickTime clip courtesy of CineMovies (France).

Me, Myself, & Irene photo downloaded from the
home page of Michael J. Bowman.

X-1999 material:
Panel 1 (upper left)-From Jim Peterson's Seattle Post-Intelligencer X review.
Panel 2 (lower left)-From the Hinoto page of the "Nightfall X" Web site.
Panel 3 (right)-From Manga Entertainment's X page.

End of Days photo downloaded from the Official End of Days Web site.

Disturbing Behaviour photo supplied by Erin Cordonier. Source unknown.

Powder photo downloaded from a Web site that is now defunct.

The Firm, Lethal Weapon, The Princess Bride, Vamp, Stick, Foul Play, The Eiger Sanction, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, and The Omega Man photos obtained from Dr. Vail Reese's "SKINEMA: Dermatology in the Cinema" site.



Photos downloaded from Rick Guidotti's home page,
all photos ©Rick Guidotti



Photo 1 (left)-Downloaded from the "Johnny Winter Tribute" site (now offline)

Photos 2 (right) and 3-Downloaded from the "Ultimate Edgar Winter Fan Site"

Photo 4-From Together: Edgar Winter and Johnny Winter Live (1975)
Photo 5-From Johnny Winter's album, Second Winter (1969)
Photo 6-From Edgar Winter's album, People Music (1996)
All downloaded from the Official Edgar Winter site

Biographical information compiled from the Skyline Music Johnny Winter site and the "Ultimate Edgar Winter Fan Site"



Photo 1-From Salif Keita's album, The Mansa of Mali:  A Retrospective, downloaded from M. Lafont's Salif Keita Web site

Photo 2-From a film called "La Genèse" done by Malian filmmaker Cheick Oumar Sissoko, downloaded from a Web site that is now defunct

Biographical information based on Janet Planet's article in the online African Music Encyclopedia



Photo 1-Downloaded from the "Massive Reggae Site" (Brazil)

Photo 2-From Yellowman's album, Mister Yellowman, downloaded from a Web site that is now defunct

Biographical information compiled from the "Massive Reggae Site" (Brazil) and the Official Yellowman Web site (now offline)



Illustration downloaded from a Web site that is now defunct

Article reproduced from Reader's Digest Magazine, February 1995 


Special appreciation to JENNIFER REHM for inspiring me to undertake this project.

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