Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/01/05

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Subject: Re: [Leica] American Photo
From: S Dimitrov <>
Date: Fri, 05 Jan 2001 17:21:06 -0800
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Thanks for this juicy piece of research.


Bill Harting wrote:

> Camera magazine was then and remains an inspiration to me, I subscribed, and
> saved, all the issues from 1967 when I first encountered it at the Out Of
> town newsstand in Harvard Square, until it stopped publishing. It remains a
> history of photographic images, I refer frequently to the issues at random
> for ideas. You may be interested to know that the editor, Allan Porter, has
> a website now in which he recounts some of his photo journeys, some history
> of the magazine, and a generous mix of other ideas:
> Back in the sixties it seemed there were a number of small photo magazines,
> available at least in the Boston area, that were worthy to one degree or
> another: Views newspaper, Contemporary Photographer, Aperture, Boston Review
> of Photography to name a few. And including Camera Arts as discussed above.
> Not to mention Pop Photo and Modern Photography, with acres of
> classified-size ad pages...
> bill

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