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Page 11 - THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INSTRUCTOR.— For the professional and amateur. Being the comprehensive series of Practical Lessons issued to the students of the Chautauqua School of Photography. Revised and enlarged. Edited by WI LINCOLN ADAMS, with an Appendix by Prof! CHARLES EHRMANN.
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Page 173 - Stood forth the accusing Satan of his crimes, And offered to the Moloch of the times. Prompt to assail, and careless of defence, Invulnerable in his impudence, He dares the world and, eager of a name, He thrusts about and justles into fame. Frontless and satire-proof, he scours the streets, And runs an Indian muck at all he meets.
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Page 11 - No. 14. ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY AND PHOTOGRAPHERS. A series of interesting essays for the studio and study, to which is added European Rambles with a Camera. By H. BADEN PRITCHARD, FCS Paper covers, 50 cents.
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