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To the Editors of the Crimson:

The statement by the Photograph Committee that only photographs taken by the class photographer "will be considered," calls for some explanation. If it means that Seniors who have already had satisfactory sittings elsewhere can not have their photographs reproduced in the Album, the reason for such a requirement is by no means apparent. In making up the Album in former years, the work of various photographers has been used, it being presumed that in each case a Senior submits his most faithful likeness, regardless of where or by whom it was taken. The question raised is why may not a Senior who is satisfied with the results attained by his photographer submit a photograph by him for reproduction in the Album? G. 1900.

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