Exhibitions: Annual Exhibition of Pictorial Photography [45th]

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    Annual Exhibition of Pictorial Photography [45th]

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    • March 10, 1935: On Monday, March 11, the Department of Photography of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences will open an exhibition of pictorial photography in the Brooklyn Museum with a reception and private view for members of the Department and their guests. The exhibition will be opened to the public the next day, Tuesday, March 12. Forty exhibitors will be represented a larger number than had been included before; over one hundred prints will be shown. The photographs have been selected by the following jurors: G. L. Briem, Joseph M. Bing, F.R.P.S. C. Wesley Gibbe, Jr., Dr. Floyd Eugene Vail, W. H. Zerbe, A.R.P.S.

      Officers of the Department are: President, Walter E. Owen; Vice President, Walter Dreicer; Secretary, Clarence F. Bahn, Treasurer, H. L. Viens.

      The exhibition will remain open through March 31.

      Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1931 - 1936. 1935, 022. View Original

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