Camera Club Exhibition.
The annual Camera Club exhibition which opens today in Brooks House has an entry of one hundred and fifteen photographs for competition, and twenty-two other pictures which arrived too late to be considered. Sixteen of the pictures have received honorable mention by the committee of judges made up of Professor Charles E. Norton, Mr. F. H. Day and Mr. J. P. Loud. Of the pictures that are especially attractive are "After the Storm," by W. B. Swift '01, and "Sunset in Gloucester Harbor," by H. W. Eliot '02. Both of these pictures are reproduced in half-tone in the catalogue, which may be obtained free of charge at the exhibit. On the evening of February 26, Mr. Charles T. Carruth, president of the Cambridge Camera Club, will criticise the pictures before the members of the club. The exhibition will continue until Saturday evening, February 24.