Anthony's Photographic Bulletin for ..., Volume 30

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E. & H. T. Anthony & Company, 1899 - Photography
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Page 44 - These are therefore to request all whom it may concern, to permit him to pass freely without let or molestation, and to extend to him such friendly aid and protection, as would be extended to Citizens and Subjects of Foreign Countries, resorting to the United States bearing Despatches from their Governments.
Page 242 - This constitution may be altered or amended by a vote of three-fourths of the members present at any annual meeting, but no such change shall be made at any meeting at which less than fifty members are present.
Page xlvii - CAMERAS Combine compactness with rigidity, and are made of best materials in every part. The Lens and Shutter are specially designed. They can be secured on no other camera. PRICE $8 AND UPWARDS. Send for Catalogue giving full description. ROCHESTER OPTICAL CO., ROCHESTER, NY CAMERA PERFECTION is reached only through perfect workmanship and the perfection of details.
Page 115 - And he said, little maid, will you wed, wed, wed ? I have little more to say, Than will you, yea or nay, For least said is soonest mended — ded, ded, ded. The little maid replied, Some say a little sighed, But what shall we have for to eat, eat, eat ? Will the love that you're so rich in, Make a fire in the kitchen ? Or the little god of Love turn the spit — spit, spit?
Page 40 - July 15, 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.
Page 101 - 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 15 - Water 32 ounces. Prints should be toned in this bath until all trace of red has disappeared from the deepest shadows. If the toning is not carried fully this far you will not get pure whites or clear shadows, but prints will come out after fixing a dirty, muddy green color, with no brilliancy. Throw prints from toning bath into clear water until all are toned. Then wash in four changes of clear water, handling prints over in each wash water to thoroughly eliminate all acid before fixing.
Page xxiii - Exposure Cartridges Now and then, especially in winter, the amateur wishes to make from two to half a dozen pictures, but does not care to use up an entire spool of a dozen exposures before development. To provide for this we have now prepared to furnish daylight loading cartridges for two or for six exposures. For work at home, then, as well as for one's outings, the Kodak becomes more convenient than the plate camera. No dark room except for development, no bothersome plate-holders or dark slides.
Page 40 - Have your box covers screwed instead of nailed. Your home address must be marked on under side of cover for return of pictures. Association will not be responsible for packages not so marked.
Page 36 - Some of the sections will be further subdivided, and cross references and an alphabetical index will render search easy. Special attention will be devoted to the less known but accessible photographs in national collections or in the hands of scientific bodies or private individuals; and information facilitating the obtaining of lantern slides and process blocks will be included. The book will include chapters dealing with the important question of copyright, both in this country and abroad, and...

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