Final equipment for the Geography 36 laboratory of aerial photography has been installed and an exhibition of 43 aerial photographs is now on display at the Geography Building. The photographs are chiefly the work of Captain A. W. Stevens and Lieutenant J. F. Phillips, two of the army officers who have been in charge of the course.
Over a ton of apparatus in the shape of machines for refrigeration, developing, printing, enlarging, and storing, and three special cameras have been received from Texas in the last month and have been installed in the newly completed laboratory in the north wing of the Geography Building cellar. The laboratory and its equipment are for the use of students of Geography 36, the new course in serial photography which was started this half year. The course has been under the supervision of four army officers who have piloted the photographic flights and given instruction in taking, developing, printing, and using the pictures and in map work. Each student is taken on three flights of three hours each in groups of five.