Camera Work. A Photographic Quarterly Edited and Published by Alfred Stieglitz.Number XVIII (18)
by Stieglitz, Alfred (Editor)
New York: Alfred Stieglitz, 1907. Softcover. Old masking tape along spine, chipping to the yapp covers and very light dampstaining of perhaps a 1/4" at the very top of sopme sheets. Grey wraps with lettering on covers, blank spine. Bound sheets are uncut, 50 numbered pages. cover page for Dyer and two photographs, 13 pp. ads (3) 10 photograph plates. Preface page is followed by a listing of the 6 George Davison photographs; then the photographs on thin sheets. These are followed by an article "Symbolism and Allegory by Charles H. Caffin. The next article is Pictorial Photography by R. Demachy (reprinted from R. Child Bailey's "The Complete Photographer). This is followed by a poem by J.B. Kerfoot "The A B C of Photography." This is followed by a listing and presentation of 2 photographs by Sarah C. Sears. These are followed by The Editors Page, which goes on for two pages. On page 39, we next have an article titled The Straight and the Modified Print (reprinted from The Amateur Photographer, London) by Robert Demachy. A lengthy (but unsigned) article about Mr. Demachy entitled "Mondieur Demachy and English Photographic Art (again, reprinted from Ameteur Photograher, London) follows this. Next is a short single-page article Photo-secession Notes, on the other side of the sheet is found "Our Illustrations" which explains the processes and printers of the issue's illustrations. This is followed by a listing of and presentation of two photograaphic plates by Wiliam B. Dyer, which are followed by 8 sheets with ads presented on 13 sides of the 16 possible. Photographic titles as follows: George Davison's "The Onion Field--1890," "In a Village under the South Downs," "A Thames Locker," "Wyvenhoe on the Colne in Essex," "The Long Arm," and "Berkshire Teams and Teamsters" * Sarah C. Sears' "Mrs. Julia Ward Howe" and "Mary" * William B. Dyer's "The Spider" and "L'Allegro."
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