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Photography will be the subject of a course to be given at Radcliffe this year, starting today, and continuing through April. It proved very successful as an experiment last year, and is conducted by Elbert P. Little, instructor in Physics here, and photographic assistant at the biological observatory at Woods Hole.
Divided into two laboratory sections, elementary and advanced, the group will take up developing, printing, and enlarging, copying, photomicrography, and lantern slide work, portraiture, the use of filters, and color photography
Besides its vocational purposes, the instruction can be of use to students of anthropology, astronomy, geology, fine arts, biology, and archaeology
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