Tag Archives: Chromotype

I, said the page …

Toronto. … beginning to fade. A line in the song dedicated to the late Marilyn Monroe called, “Who Killed Norma Jean” sung by Pete Seeger, in answer to the question, “who will soon forget?”.  In this age of digital photography, … Continue reading

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Help! I Need Somebody

Toronto. As the Beatles so eloquently sang last century, our journal editor, Bob Lansdale needs your help with the history related to the photographer who took this Chromotype. For those of you unfamiliar with the process, a Chromotype uses an … Continue reading

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Newsletter 11-3

Bob Lansdale’s latest newsletter announces our first summer boot sale. We review Andrew Stawicki’s June talk on his PhotoSensitive organization. An article “Early Photo History in London” reviews a cache of Chromotypes that surfaced in this southern Ontario city. We … Continue reading

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