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The Photographic Times
will be supplied for a limited time only.
Any of these BOOKS or ALBUMS would make an Acceptable Gift to any. one interested in Photography. A full description of each will be found on other pages.
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When ordered to be sent by mail, send 15c. extra for postage
for any size up to 8 x 10, and 20c. for the two larger sizes
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The Photographic Times Publishing
“Photographing in Old England"
With Some Snap Shots in Scotland and Wales
W. I. LINCOLN ADAMS
Editor of "The Photographic Times"
Author of "Sunlight and Shadow," "In Nature's Image," etc., etc.
THE record of a journey in England by a master photographer-a
delightful record of the charm of Old England, accompanied by photographs remarkable for their beauty and for the exquisite reproductions here given. Mr. Adams' inland voyages took him from Windsor to Oxford on the Thames, to London and the Cathedral Towns, Shakespeare's Country, the Doones, Clovelly, the Lake Country, Scotland, and Wales. There is also a chapter giving many practical hints and suggestions for photographing abroad.
Price, in a box, $2.50.
For Sale by
PHOTOGRAPHING IN OLD ENGLAND
OST of those who travel nowadays, whether for a short vacation interval or for a more extended and leisurely tour, take along a camera to make a picture record of the starred points in their Baedeker. Those who are contemplating a tour in England, Wales, and Scotland will find Mr. Adams' "Photographing in Old England," a
York Minster from the City Wall
practically suggestive and delightful picture narrative.
Mr. Adams is the Editor of The Photographic Times and the letters comprising this book met with great favor when published in that magazine.
OTHER BOOKS by W. I. LINCOLN ADAMS
IN NATURE'S IMAGE:
Chapters on Pictorial Photography. Richly
PHOTOGRAPHING IN OLD ENGLAND:
With some Snap Shots in Scotland and Wales. Illustrated with photographs from nature by the author and others. 4to, cloth, decorated, full gilt, in box
WOODLAND AND MEADOW:
Out-of-Door Papers, written on a New Hampshire Farm. Illustrated. Uniform with above (Out of Print.)
BY WALTER E. WOODBURY
This is a book which commends itself to all Amateurs, Professionals, and even those not particularly interested in Photography
It is Profusely Illustrated
And contains an Introduction by Mr. W. I. Lincoln Adams.
Price, One Dollar
Will be sent to any address, Postage prepaid, on receipt of price by the Publishers
The Photographic Times Publishing