The following internal links will take you to transcriptions of various texts, and scans of articles.
'Instantaneous photography v. eyesight.' British Journal of Photography 21 July, 1882. Mr. Muybridge and Professor Marey have photographed the invisible; Mr. Galton has followed up their work by rendering visible to the eye the invisible.
'Introductory' from the fifth edition of The Human Figure in Motion... An Electro-Photographic Investigation of Consecutive Phases of Muscular Actions, by Eadweard Muybridge (London: Chapman and Hall, 1919).
Downloadable files on this website are for private research use only.
The following books are available for free download from the Internet Archive.
Descriptive Zoopraxography, or, The science of animal locomotion made popular by Eadweard Muybridge ([Philadelphia]: University of Pennsylvania 1893)
Animal Locomotion. The Muybridge work at the University of Pennsylvania. The method and the result, by W.D. Marks, H. Allen, F.X. Dercum (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co. 1888)
The Horse in Motion: as shown by instantaneous photography, with a study on animal mechanics founded on anatomy and the revelations of the camera, in which is demonstrated the theory of quadrupedal locomotion, by Dr. J.D.B. Stillman (Boston: J. R. Osgood and company 1882)
The following is available for free download from the University of Pennsylvania Archives.
This prospectus provides detailed information about the photographic process, equipment and staff. The catalog carefully records data about each photograph, including the subject, model, costume, type of movement, camera angles and time intervals.
At the same web address:
Letters written by Muybridge
Letters written about Muybridge and the Animal Locomotion project