THE AMERICAN AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER: A MONTHLY REVIEW OF AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY:
Boston: The American Photographic Publishing Co., 1891 - 1906. First editions. 8vos., approximately 50 pp. plus numerous adverts., a frontispiece after a b&w photograph, and other illustrations. Illustrated printed wrappers. 48 individual issues as follows: Vol. IV, No. 3,7,9-11; Vol. V, No. 1-4, 9; Vol. VI, No. 4,5,7, 9-12; Vol. VII, No. 4-8, 10-12; Vol. VIII, No. 1-6, 8, 12; Vol. IX, No. 1-4, 10; plus 1 issue Vol. XII and 2 issues Vol. XVIII. Moderate chipping and dusting to several wrappers, two are detached, else very good. Item #31015
In 1891, Alfred Stieglitz is listed as a contributing editor; by 1894, he is listed as co-editor. In the January 1894 issue (Vol. VI, No. 1) Stieglitz presents his first color photograph. Issues include technical and aesthetic essays, reviews, camera club announcements, and photogravures and other illustrations. Publisher and place changes intermittently.
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