Anthony's Photographic Bulletin, Volume 31

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E. & H. T. Anthony & Company, 1900 - Photography
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Page 71 - O, wad some Power the giftie gie us to see oursels as others see us! It wad frae monie a blunder free us an' foolish notion: what airs in dress an' gait wad lea'e us, and ev'n Devotion!
Page 234 - The views expressed in ch. 14 do not suggest a postexilic author, but find their natural explanation in the assumption that this prophecy originated before the Exile.
Page 38 - Salon is to show only such pictures produced by photography as may give distinct evidence of individual artistic feeling and execution, rigidly selected by a competent jury, the honor of acceptance being the only award.
Page 256 - Associations, be it Resolved, that the thanks of this Association be extended to the American Electric Railway Manufacturers' Association for its efforts which have contributed much to the Convention's success.
Page 15 - ... at a respectful distance from the apparatus so as not to change the temperature of it. From time to time he injected a mixture of emery and water by means of a syringe into a channel running through the grinding plate and •ending at the centre. This work was carried on generally from 2 till 5 o'clock in the afternoon, the time of day when the temperature does not change perceptibly. The entire morning was devoted to the cleaning of the machine, and to the verification of the parallelism of...
Page 40 - July i4th, so that photographers need not feel any uncertainty about the safety of their goods. No exhibits will be allowed to be removed from the hall until the close of the Convention. 11. No manufacturer, dealer, or their representative, shall do business on the floor of the hall unless he or they rent floor space or desk room. 12.
Page xxviii - " " sheet 45 FINAL SUPPORT FOR DOUBLE TRANSFER. Is a special paper coated with a gelatinous emulsion of a permanent white or tinted pigment. It supersedes the old Double Transfer Paper by reason of its greater efficiency and the ease and simplicity of working with it. It will keep good for an indefinite time, does not require hot water, and forms a permanent basis for the pigment print. No. 86. Medium thickness, band Sjj x 13 feet $1.30 No.
Page 38 - Three pictures, thirteen inches or larger, on any matt surface paper, subject to be chosen by the photographer; the title to be appropriately inscribed on each picture. To be framed at the discretion of the exhibitor, with or without glass. One gold medal.
Page 62 - Draper was led also to the interesting conclusion, that the chemical action produced by the rays of light, depends upon the...
Page 208 - ... a blue mountain. Some see it in a leg of mutton ; others in a compound fracture. And to expect others to accept one's own definition of it, is as absurd as to expect all humanity to use the same toilet brush.

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