Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly — 1905 (Heft 9)

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CAMERA WORK: AN illustrated quarterly magazine devoted
to Photography. Published and edited by
Alfred Stieglitz. Associate Editors: Joseph
T. Keiley, Dallett Fuguet, John Francis Strauss. Subscription, if ordered
before March 1, 1905, for four issues Five Dollars; thereafter, Six
Dollars per year. Price for single copy of this number at present, Three
Dollars. The right to increase the price of subscription without notice is
reserved. All copies are mailed at the risk of the subscriber; positively no
duplicates. Registering and special packing, Fifty Cents extra. The man-
agement binds itself to no stated size or fixed number of illustrations,
though subscribers may feel assured of receiving the full equivalent of their
subscription. While inviting contributions upon any topic related to Pho-
tography, unavailable manuscript or photographs will not be returned unless
so requested and accompanied by required return postage. Address all
communications and remittances to Alfred Stieglitz, 1111 Madison Avenue,
New York, U.S.A. The photogravures in this number by The Man-
hattan Photogravure Company, New York. The process plates made by
The Photochrome Engraving Company, New York. Arranged and printed
at the printinghouse of The Fleming Press, New York. Entered as second-
class matter December 23, 1902, at the post-office at New York, N. Y.,
under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. This issue, No. 9, is dated
January, 1905. Copyright, 1905, by Alfred Stieglitz.
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