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1903 — 1917
No. 8
Stieglitz, Alfred (editor)
New York: Alfred Stieglitz, 1904-10-01 72 p.; 30 x 20 cm.
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Contents Publisher's Page: 1-1
List of Plates by J. Craig Annan. I-VI: 3-3
A Franciscan, Venice. Plate I (Annan, J. Craig): 5-5
On a Dutch Shore. Plate II (Annan, J. Craig): 7-7
Frau Mathasius. Plate III (Annan, J. Craig): 9-9
Prof. John Young, of Glasgow University. Plate IV (Annan, J. Craig): 11-11
The Riva Schiavoni, Venice. Plate V (Annan, J. Craig): 13-13
The Dark Mountains. Plate VI (Annan, J. Craig): 15-15
J. Craig Annan (Keiley, Joseph T.): 17-18
On the Influence of Photography on Our Conceptions of Nature (Rood, Roland): 19-23
Pros and Cons. Critic versus Critic. II (Evans, Frederick H.): 23-26
Our Artistic Opportunity (Fuguet, Dallett): 26-28
Black Art: A Lecture on Necromancy and the Photo-Secession (Kerfoot, J. B.): 29-31
Plate Listing for Alvin Langdon Coburn: 32-32
Study—Miss R. (Coburn, Alvin Langdon): 33-33
Some Impressions of Foreign Exhibitions (Stieglitz, Alfred): 34-37
Exhibition Notes: 37-38
Carbon and Gum Prints on Japan Tissue (Carkhuff, Norman W.): 39-40
Silhouettes (Kerfoot, J. B.): 40-40
Sebastian Melmoth—Extracts (Melmoth, Sebastian): 41-41
Photo-Secession Notes: 41-41
Our Illustrations: 42-43
New Things Worth Looking Into: 43-43
An Object-Lesson in the Quality of Reproductions: As Illustrated by a Reprint of 'In sure and Certain Hope' by Frederick H. Evans: 44-44
An Explanation: 44-44
Plate Listing for Frederick H. Evans: 45-45
In Sure and Certain Hope (Evans, Frederick H.): 47-47
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