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Page 83 - AH competitors must be members of the Association. 2. Exhibitors cannot compete in more than one of the following classes : A, B, C or D. All photographs for Association prizes must be made from negatives taken since the last convention. 3. One dimension given applies to either length or breadth of pictures in all classes. This rule applies to the size of the print and not the mount 4. Should any exhibitor or exhibitors use his or their influence in any way, directly or indirectly, with the judges...
Page 83 - All boxes and packages will be accepted at anytime previous to the convention, 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. 12.
Page 82 - The prize winners of each division in Class A to compete for one grand prize, to consist of a silver loving cup. The exhibits winning the grand prize in the genre and Class A to become the property of the Association, for the purpose of forming a permanent exhibit. Special attention is called to the fact that one-third of the possible points are marked in the genre class for originality. This plan affords the possibility of a member's work meeting with a just award "by virtue of competition with...
Page 440 - Turkey carpets, to have been expressly designed not to resemble anything in the heavens above, in the earth beneath, or in the waters under the earth.
Page 85 - FRS, in the Chair. The minutes of the last meeting having been read and approved, The CHAIRMAN...
Page 83 - Three judges to be appointed for each division of the Executive Committee, and their identity to remain unknown until after the awards are made. 2. — Three judges to be appointed for the awarding of the Grand Genre, the Grand Portrait, the Foreign, and most tastefully arranged exhibit, by the Executive Committee.
Page 82 - Eastern division to consist of the following States: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland.