Newsletter 14-9

mystery solved!

a query solved!

Toronto. NOTE: This issue has more details on the Harry Joy exhibit – and our meeting venue for this month’s Toronto meeting.

Editor David Bridge serves up another interesting newsletter in this edition. We begin with a map and location for our February venue to visit and learn about the Toronto Exhibit by three photographers including our own Harry Joy, plus his younger associates Doug Hemmy and Andy Brooks.

We have a report on the delightful January program by a very young Toronto Photographer, Ms Summer Leigh. Editor Bridge discusses “Classic User Cameras found at  PHSC Events”. Robert Lansdale considers a thoughtful comparison of components between the Hicro colour camera and the Auto Graflex – he is open to your comments and ideas.

Between Robert Lansdale and Louise Freyburger the source  and location of the mysterious photograph, which I used for an icon this month, was solved. And Louise in her column has a another handful of links which will interest our readers . (Did you know you can just click on the links in the pdf and be taken right to the web page? Try it.)

Our auction next month, plus the latest issue of our journal, Photographic Canadiana, are highlighted. We wrap up again with current events and want ads. A box on the lower left the page highlights the PHSC timeline for members and visitors alike. Just click here or the above icon to print or read this latest issue from our talented editor and his team of volunteer members.

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