Camera Craft
10.25 in HIGH x 7 in WIDE x .25 in DEEP
(26.03 cm HIGH x 17.78 cm WIDE x .63 cm DEEP)

"= Keep =" - handwritten in graphite on cover, BC"Page 241" - handwritten in blue ballpoint pen on cover, BC"1902" - handwritten in red ballpoint pen on cover, BC

Camera Craft, a Photographic Monthly, Vol. IV, No. 6, San Francisco, California, April 1902. Photography magazine owned by Oscar Maurer. The front cover contains the title of the magazine in a decorated cartouche. Above, a female figure wearing a red suit and fedora poses with a box camera within an oval frame. Large urns holding plants with white flowers flank the woman at center. Both the front cover (A) and the first page (B) are detached from the rest of the magazine (C), which is bound with metal staples. An index to the magazine's articles appears at bottom center inside the front cover.

Article on page 241 is "The Three Fundamental Principles of Developing" by H.W.H. Pennimon

Used: Oscar Maurer

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