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and Taylor makes 12

Toronto. One thing the USA has going for it is the sheer number of daguerrotypes, related ephemera and other items of famous people. The availability of these historical objects, including the photos is open to anyone who searches them out. … Continue reading

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the digital dilemma or where have all the photos gone

Toronto. My good friend, George Dunbar, writes, “I’ve just discovered this 2005 article in my files and thought it may be useful. “It was published in the local newsletter of an Apple/MAC computer club. As many of you know, this … Continue reading

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a fair to remember

Toronto. The wait is over! After the delays prompted by COVID-19 and its regulations, we are holding our in person, in the hall Photographica-fair on October 1st (SATURDAY) at the Trident Hall (AKA the Pirogi Palace). Come on over to … Continue reading

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Port Colborne Auction June 25 & 26 2022

Toronto. Hard on the heels of our Spring Fair, we will be hosting our first ever auction OUTSIDE of Toronto. This two day event will be at the Lion’s Club hall in Port Colborne. On auction are many pieces collected … Continue reading

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burning bright – Lehr estate auction in Ohio Nov 20th

Toronto.  I got a note recently from an associated image and camera club – The Daguerreian Society. The estate (at least the photography portion) of their late member, Lewis Lehr, will go under the hammer this Saturday. The email poster … Continue reading

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what’s up doc?

Toronto. .. as that wascally wabbit from Brooklyn said to Elmer Fudd in the movie cartoons of yesteryear. From its very beginning, photography has been a huge asset for medicine and dentistry. This Southworth and Hawes plate at left shows … Continue reading

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want more about cabinet cards?

Toronto. You are in luck! Our sister organization, the Daguerreian Society in the States is hosting an online talk this Saturday (July 10, 2021) afternoon by Senior Curator of Photographs, John Rohrbach, of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art … Continue reading

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PHSC News for May 2021 (Vol 20-11)

Toronto. At right top of page 1 in the PHSC News newsletter is a disposable film camera made by the Candy Camera company for all you die-hard film fans. As our 5th month of 2021 gets underway, our editor, Sonja … Continue reading

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Photographic Canadiana Supplement 2-4 (May 2021)

Toronto. This year, the PHSC sponsored a project by students in the Film + Photography Preservation and Collections Management Program at Ryerson University. The project will mount an exhibition of images from the Sovfoto Archive at the MacLaren Art Centre at … Continue reading

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