We call attention to the exhibition of lantern slides to be held by the Camera Club in Boylston Hall tomorrow night. The slides which will be exhibited are almost entirely from views of Harvard taken for the World's Fair, with a few additional negatives made this fall. The exhibition will be a sort of public rehearsal, for the aim of the club in giving it is primarily to satisfy the members whether or not the slides are good enough to pass muster at the International Lantern Slide Exchange, to membership in which the club hopes to be admitted. If the club is admitted to the exchange, sets of slides will be sent here by other clubs, both in this country and abroad, at intervals of about two weeks through the winter and will be exhibited to the public.
The Camera Club deserves great credit for the work which it has done here in the last year or two. The officers and members have taken great interest in their work and their efforts have not been long in gaining recognition from the authorities who, last year, gave them permission to take a set of views for the Fair, to be a part of the Harvard exhibit. These views proved entirely satisfactory to every one who saw them. If the club can secure admission to the exchange and thus make sure the exhibitions of lantern slides during the winter, it will add still another cause for favor from the University.