PHSC Newsletter 14-3

c1924 Penn Station in NYC by Joseph Ruzicka. From an original silver based print.

c1924 Penn Station in NYC by Joseph Ruzicka. From an original silver based print.

Toronto. This newsletter announces our coming Trunk Sale this Sunday. Editor David Bridge and  journal editor Bob Lansdale have gone out of their way to make this another exciting issue for all who collect and enjoy photographic equipment and images.

Louse Freyburger researched interesting links. The 1920s image of Penn Station in NYC by Joseph Ruzicka comes from one of those links (for CCNY).

Tom Bochsler announced his half century of negatives and files have been donated to the Hamilton Public Library while the Toronto Star has chosen to donate its entire archive of negatives and files to the Toronto Public Libraries where the images are being digitized and placed online for all to view.

Neil MacDonald noted that the Rare Photo Gallery has released a catalogue (Vista).

Our exchange organization, The Photographic History Society, announces its coming PhotoHistory Symposium 16 across the lake in Rochester this fall. Bob Lansdale has done considerable work showing photos from the last symposium and details of this one.

The editor wraps up this issue with coming events for 2014, current events, and want ads. To read or print a copy you can click here or on Ruzicka’s image of NYC’s long gone Pennsylvania Station top left.

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