Toronto. Don’t look now, but the latest issue of your favourite photo magazine hit the distribution network last Tuesday afternoon (February 4th). David Bridge and I joined editor Bob Lansdale Monday morning (3rd) to package this issue. David brought along rubber fingers to help speed up the process.
A new Xerox printer used last issue acts like a large two-sided colour laser copy machine spitting out the sorted and stapled issues ready to be trimmed for packing and mailing. This issue should be in member mail boxes already, or in a few days. 45-4 contains Toronto Notes for June, September, October, and November plus a photo essay on December’s Show and Tell (a favourite annual event).
This is followed by part one of an abbreviation of the award winning thesis by Ms Hana Keluznik on the colour photos in Britain of Ms Agnes Warburg (including a couple of pages in colour). Next is a book review on the “What’s Who” book; three Graflex treasures; and an explanation of the 1930s complex colour method called, “The Vivex Colour Process“.
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