The Camera Club has been at work photographing the College buildings and grounds for the University exhibit at Chicago, for over two weeks. The work is slow owing to the necessity of taking many of the interiors on Sunday, and owing to a good deal of weather unsuitable for either interior or exterior pictures. About thirty photographs in all have been taken, including exteriors of most of the buildings, and interiors of the Gymnasium, Jefferson Physical Laboratory, and the Lawrence Scientific School.
Mr. French of the B. C. A. spoke to the club at its last meeting, giving many valuable suggestions for the work it has in hand. In about a week all the pictures will be taken, and when mounted and framed they will give a very excellent idea of the college as it looks in winter.