An Exhibition in Edinburgh
exhibition of members' work of the Edinburgh Photographic
Society, which has been in abeyance since 1914, has again been
revived, and the arrangement has proved quite satisfactory both in
regards numbers and quality.
similar subjects are by far the strongest class numerically, and
it contains many fine examples of photography.
comes next with a number of interesting exhibits.
in architecture and interesting natural history photographs
contribute a pleasing variety of subject.
society has no reason to complain of the apathy of the amateur
photographer. The total membership of the current society
now stands at 367, and the demand for accommodation in the
enlarging and developing rooms is severely taxing their capacity.
Amateur Photographer & Photography,
December 15, 1920, p.491
with acknowledgement to Ron Cosens for
telling me (in January 2015) about this article.