Study No. 1. By Miss Katherine Bingham, St. Johns-bury, Vt. Title, "Responsibility." This negative was made in an old jail in York, Me., built in 1654. The exposure was made on a clear day at 2 P. M.; stop used, U. S. 4; plate used, Cramer Medium Isochromatic; exposure given, 5 seconds; developed with Pyro-acetone. The negative after development was reduced with Persulphate of Ammonia. Print was made on Willis & Clements' CC Platinum, mounted on salmon-colored cardboard. (See Frontispiece.)

Study No. 2. By H. B. Conyers, Urbana, Ohio. Title, "A Mashed Finger." This picture was made in the month of May with weather bright, and was made in the home with a light from a small window. The lens used was a 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 Tessar, fitted to a kodak, and the negative was enlarged on Royal Bromide, mounted on deep cream mount. (See Page 31.)

Study No. 3. By John S. Neary, Trenton, N. J. Title, "Day After Election." This picture was taken at 4 P. M., on the shady side of a hut. The camera used was a Premo 5 x 7, fitted with Goerz lens; the plate was developed with Pyro; no after treatment. (See Page 53.)

Study No. 4. By Eva Godley Rolfe, Washington, D. C. Subject, "Serious Meditation." This picture was made in the home, on the afternoon of a clear day. The lens used was a Rapid Rectigraph; 8-inch focus; stop used, wide open; plate used, Seed 26-X; developed in Pyro, with no after manipulation; printing process, Willis & Clements' Sepia; triple combination mount-first cream, followed with a salmon-color, and finally with cream mount. (See Page 67.)

Study No. 5. By Miss Cora Stanwood Cobb, Boston, Mass. Title, "Little AEolus" This picture was made about noon on a bright July day. The lens used was a Bausch & Lomb Double Anastigmat; stop used, f. 4; plate used, Seed 26-X; exposure given 1-25 of a second; plate developed with Pyro; print was made on Velox. (See Page 81.)

Note (by the Editor). Miss Cora Stanwood Cobb is the daughter of Darius Cobb the artist. She is an enthusiastic amateur and tries to exemplify by her camera her father's theory that photography is one of the fine arts.

Study No. 6. By Mrs. W. W. Pearce, Muskegon, 111. Title, "Chums." The exposure was made on a bright sunny day; lens used was a Bausch & Lomb Rapid Rectilinear; stop used, f. 8; plate used, Cramer Crown; exposure given, 1-25 second; developed in Pyro; printing process, enlargement made on Royal Bromide from a 5x7 plate. (See Page 105).

Study No. 7. By Mrs. Nancy Ford Cones, Covington, Ky. Title, "Mother and Child." The exposure was made in the home at 12:30 P. M., on a fair day; lens used, Bausch & Lomb Rapid Rectilinear; stop used, U. S. 4; exposure given, 2 seconds. Negative was made on Eastman Non-Curling film and developed with Metol-Hydroquinon. The print was made on Aristo-platino paper, sepia tone, mounted on warm sepia mount. (See Page 133.)

Study No. 8. By Mathilde Weil, Philadelphia, Pa. Outdoor portrait. This picture was made out of doors on a 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 plate with a lens of 12 inch focus, used at f. 8, its widest opening. Seed 27 Gilt-Edge plate was used and developed in Metol-Hydroquinon developer. The print was made on Japanese tissue, sepia tone, mounted triple combination-first white, second nile-green, third, deckled tissue over dark strawboard; final mount, light strawboard. (See Page 183.)

Study No. 9. By Mrs. Nancy Ford Cones, Covington, Ky. Subject, "Knitting." The exposure was made in the home at 2 P. M., weather conditions bright. The lens used was a Bausch & Lomb Rapid Rectilinear; stop used, U. S. 4; exposure given, 5 seconds; plate used, Cramer Banner, developed with Metol-Hydroquinon; printing process, Aristo-pla-tino, sepia tone, mounted on sepia mount. (See Page 199.)

Study No. 10. By Mrs. Nancy Ford Cones, Covington, Ky. Subject, "The Splinter." The exposure was made at 11 A. M., on a cloudy day; lens used, Bausch & Lomb Rapid Rectilinear; stop used, U. S. 32; exposure given, 2 seconds; negative was made on Eastman Non-Curling film, developed with Metol-Hydroquinon; printing process, Aristo-platino, sepia tone, mounted on sepia mount. (See Page 217.)

Study No. 11. By Wm. H. Phillips, Liverpool, Ohio. Title, "East is East, and West is West." Camera used, No. 3 Pocket Folding Kodak; lens used Goerz Series III, 5 inch focus. The negative was made on Non-Curling film, developed with Pyro. The print is a Bromide enlargement made on Royal Bromide, developed in Rodinal strong solution-one part Rodinal, 6 parts water. (See Page 243.)

Study No. 12. By H. B. Conyers, Urbana, Ohio. Title, "The Last Sheaf." The exposure was made on an August day in the afternoon, with very dull light. The lens used was a Tessar fitted to a 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 kodak, used full open; exposure given, 1/4 second. The print is an enlargement on Bromide paper and mounted on carbon-brown. (See Page 257.)

Study No. 13. By Will H. Walker, Portland, Oregon. Subject, "Marguerite." The picture was made on a bright June morning; exposure was made at 5:30 A. M.; lens used, Zeiss, No. 7; focal length, 8 1/2 inches; stop used, f. 8; exposure given, 1-5 second; plate used, Hammer Non-Halation; developer, Pyro, weak with no after manipulations; printing process, Aristo-platino. (See Page 277.)

Remarks. This picture was taken in the early hours of the morning to avoid interruption by passing people. The picture is mounted on a very warm sepia mount.

Study No. 14. By Alfred Holden, Philadelphia, Pa. The exposure was made in an ordinary sitting room, 9x12 ft.; style of light used, ordinary window with an open light; lens used, Voigtlander Collinear Series II, No. 5, focal length, 8 1/2 inches; stop used, f. 6; exposure, 5 seconds; plate used, Cramer Crown, developed in Pyro-soda with no after manipu-tions; printing process, Artura Iris, toned in sepia; mounting, dark cream portrait, warm sepia tone. (See Page 287.)

Study No. 15. By Louis Fleckenstein, Los Angeles, Cal. "Lullaby." This picture was hung in the Fourth American Salon and was made in a room 8 x 12 feet, with an ordinary window facing east with a light full size of window and window was used open without curtains, and the shadow side illuminated with a mirror; lens used was a Smith Semi-Achromatic; focal length, 16 inches; stop used, f. 5; exposure given, 1 second; plate used, Lumicre Special Portrait; developed in Rodinal with no after manipulations; printing process, Engravers Black Autotype Carbon Tissue, printed from reverse side of negative. (See Page 305.)

Study No. 16. By Mrs. Myra Albert Wiggins, N. Yakima, Wash. Subject, "Polishing Brass." This picture was made with a north light near an ordinary window in my art studio. The exposure was made in the morning; lens used, Bausch & Lomb with an open stop; exposure given, 2 seconds; plate used, Seed, developed in Pyro with no after manipulations, printing process, Sepia Platinum, mounted on sepia-brown followed with salmon-color. (See Page 319.)

Study No. 17. By J. H. Field, Berlin, Wis. Subject, "Feeding the Goldfish." This picture was made in the home by an ordinary window, with bright sunlight; lens used, 8 x10 Portrait; plate used, Seed 26-X; developer used, Pyro-soda; highest lights of the negative were slightly reduced after developing; print was made on Platinum paper. (See Page 329.)