The first exhibition this year will be the pictures of the Yard entered last spring for the Library Historical Box, by the Camera Club and by other members of the University. This exhibition will be held in Sever 9 on the afternoons of Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 7 to 10, from 3 to 6, and on Saturday evening. All of these pictures were entered in a contest, in which Mr. W. C. Lane and Professor de Sumichrast acted as judges. The prizes were awarded. First prize, a silver medal (with special commendation), to W. B. Swift '01; second prize, a silver medal, to Julian Burroughs '01; honorable mention to Munroe Buckley 3 L and R. P. Perry '00.
The annual club exhibition and contest will be on Feb. 18 to 23, 1901. The entries of members will be limited to ten pictures of any size. The executive committee has chosen as judges Professor Charles Eliot Norton, Mr. J. P. Loud, president of the Boston Camera Club, and Mr. Charles T. Carruth, president of the Cambridge Camera Club. Honorable mention will be given to all individual pictures of unusual artistic excellence. In addition, the exhibitor who shows a through mastery and skillful application of art laws will receive a diploma as the "highest award for general artistic excellence."