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Government Photography (Force Four, Inc.)

Item Number: 1390Serial202502
 Serial
Digital Object Type
Serial
Credit
Force Four, Inc.
Physical Location
Stacks
Item is Copyrighted - It is not available outside the VNCA building
Issue
1

Government Photography (Force Four, Inc.) - Serial

Publication
Government Photography
Publisher/Org.
Force Four, Inc.
City
[Washington, D.C.]
Country
United States
Frequency
Varies
Language
English
Type
Serial
General Note
1968-1974

Dates

  • Existence: October 1968

General Note / OCR

Special Armed Forces Audio-Visual Communications Conference Issue: A major turnout is expected for the first annual Armed Forces Audio-Visual Communications Conference, and Government Photography has all the details, including a first look at the official program.
Readersview: 'GSA appears to be steering into another false economy trap with this plot to put cameras aboard this train to confusion.'
Viewpoint: On recognition, credit lines, and a major announcement of an annual Government photography Portfolio of the Year Award.
Newsviews: When President Johnson leaves the White House in January, so will his official photographer, opening up the top government photography job for the first time in nearly five years to someone else.
Portfolio: M. Woodbridge Williams
Government Photography Tests: The Contraflex 126, a system for the non-photographer who must take pictures as part of his job.
Product News: A round-up of new photographic supplies and equipment.
Bookviews: The Nikon F/Nikkormat Handbook of Photography and the new Photo Lab Index make it easy to keep up with the endlessly proliferating changes and improvements in photography.
Newsview Special: The Color Canoe: single tray processing unit puts color printing capability in all photo labs.







Language of Materials

English


Pub Credit Line
1390Serial202502, Chuck Abbott Collection, The Vietnam Center and Sam Johnson Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 30 Aug 2004 [Updated: 30 Aug 2004]