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Bicycles, Velocipedes and 3D Photography

Toronto. If you are interested in the phenomenon of stereo imaging or interested in learning the history of the bicycle and its precursor the Velocipede, then you will want to hear and see our May lecture with images that date back to … Continue reading

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Photographic Canadiana 42-1 posted

Toronto. Editor Robert Lansdale has wrapped up another fascinating issue of Photographic Canadiana. This issue was packaged May 9th, ready to be mailed this week. I was treated with a personal delivery by editor Lansdale. The front cover shows a … Continue reading

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PHSC Newsletter 15-11

Toronto. This our second newsletter distributed by MailChimp. Using the wonders of technology, editor David Bridge is in Florida while completing this edition of our popular newsletter. We begin by announcing our April speaker, the interesting photographer and past speaker … Continue reading

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Touring our European War Memorials and Cemeteries

NEXT TORONTO MEETING: Wed, April 20, 2016 Tom Bochsler: Our European War Memorials and Cemeteries Our April meeting is traditionally our annual business meeting. In addition we will have the pleasure of hosting photographer Tom Bochsler. Tom is a retired industrial … Continue reading

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Newsletter 15-10

Toronto. Well, editor David Bridge has served up another delicious issue of the PHSC Newsletter! This issue introduces our March speaker, Ms Elizabeth Larew who discusses Berenice Abbott and glass plate negative.  There is a review of our February outing at … Continue reading

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Review of Heckman’s Canadian Pacific

This is my review of Ralph Beaumont’s talk on Heckman and his CPR images. Unless otherwise noted the images used are courtesy of Canadian Pacific Corporate Archives. Bob Lansdale, Clint, and I met with January’s speaker Ralph Beaumont and his … Continue reading

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Not Just the Paris Portraits (Berenice Abbott)

NEXT TORONTO MEETING: Wed, March 16, 2016 Elizabeth Larew: Preserving Berenice Abbott’s glass plate negatives Ms Larew was one of the recipients of the PHSC Thesis award at Ryerson last fall. Currently she is a collections cataloger at Princeton University. She … Continue reading

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Newsletter 15-9

Toronto. Another gorgeous newsletter in full colour from editor David Bridge. Feb meeting news – THIS MEETING ONLY IS AT RYERSON! This issue contains Toronto Notes on Ralph Beaumont and his book about Heckman’s CPR photos, plus columns like A … Continue reading

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A Visit to Ryerson Image Centre and Library (Special Collections)

NEXT TORONTO MEETING: Wed, Feb 17, 2016 Alison Skyrme: A Visit to Ryerson ** NEW LOCATION for THIS MONTH ** Alison Skyrme of Ryerson will host PHSC members for the February meeting. The group will meet at 7:30 pm on Wednesday February … Continue reading

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Heckman’s Canadian Pacific: A Photographic Journey

NEXT TORONTO MEETING: Wed, January 20, 2016 Ralph Beaumont: Heckman’s Canadian Pacific  Author Ralph Beaumont takes us on a photographic journey into the visual history of this country’s first transcontinental railroad, in his new book on the CPR’s pioneering photographer. From … Continue reading

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