Toronto. Okay all you folk who are members – the latest exciting issue of our favourite journal will be packaged late this week!
We have the Toronto Notes column up front covering the first two fall meetings. This column is followed by a lengthy synopsis of Natalie Banasazak’s thoughtful thesis on the earliest architecture photographs in exhibitions (in England) and the business model early architects used to sell copies of the photographs.
Bob Lansdale then offers his insightful article on the history of acetylene illumination. The fall fair report and photos are next followed by two book reviews, Write! Shoot! Edit! by Deb Patz and 19th Century Photographic Lenses by Corrado d’Agostini. As usual there are lots of inserts for last minute news items, etc.