Dates and Content
was published monthly by Dawbarn & Ward, London from
1894 until when?
The editors, at least in 1895, were H Snowden Ward and Catharine Weed Ward
Each month's edition had about 24 pages. An attractive series of
photographs, one to a page, was issued as Supplement to "The
Pages measured about 9 ins x 6 ins, a little smaller than the
pages of BJP and other
early photographic journals.
Regular features of the publication were:
- Our Illustrations
- Tested Formulae
- Answers to Correspondence
COLLINS ENGLISH DICTIONARY
1. a picture, usually abstract, produced on a photographic
material without the use of a camera, as by placing an object on the
material and exposing to light.
Obsolete. a photograph, often of the more artistic kind
Note: Definition 2 above is the one that
applied to "The Photogram" journal.
For further details of The Photogram,
please click below.