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Jt}ote' anb Cltomment The current revivial of interest in home-prepared printing papers has brought me many questions as to the best papers for this use. These questions are all answered in three words, viz.: Use Whatman Papers. A note concerning Whatman Papers is in preparation for the February issue. Meanwhile readers who are seeking absolutely pure, hand-made papers as a basis for the preparation of plain silver, kallitype, platinum or gum bichromate printing papers, should write H. Reeves Angel & Co., 120 Liberty Street, New York City, for the sample book of Whatman Papers, and see for themselves. Gardens East and West. An exhibition of pictorial photographs of gardens in California, Long Island, Connecticut and Rhode Island, by Frances Benjamin Johnston, was held at the Touchstone Galleries, New York, in December. It comprised about sixty 14 x 17 prints on Japanese tissue, in a warm, black tone, and afforded a noteworthy showing of Miss Johnston's inimitable skill in this field, to which she has devoted herseH for some years past. An exhibition of war photographs by the Royal Flying Corps is being given at the Camera Club, London. The combination of practical photographic work with remar~able examples of aerial landscape, cloud formations and the like, gives this exhibition a unique interest. It is much to be desired that such an exhibition could be given in our American cities, as giving a foretaste of what may be expected from the new Photographic Division of the U. S. Signal Service Corps which has enlisted the services of many notable American photographic workers.

Modern Photographic Developers  

A Practical Handbook to the New Developers Telling What They Are and How to Use Them with Reliable Formulae by The Photo Miniature, January...

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A Practical Handbook to the New Developers Telling What They Are and How to Use Them with Reliable Formulae by The Photo Miniature, January...

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