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Getting Good Photographs – Strength Magazine – April, 1930

Getting good results photographically can be likened unto getting rich-very rarely some individual does make satisfactory connections without expending any particular amount of thought and effort, but the general rule is that success comes only after wise and careful planning and acting. Even then, sad to relate, the anticipated achievement does not always crown the efforts of the ambitious individual. Here in this office we receive hundreds of photo- graphs monthly of strong men both actual and other- wise, said reproductions ranging from tiny V. P. snapshots to large 8 x 10 studio productions, and in that varied assortment one can find examples of about every type and degree of photographic results.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas