ry member (May 3, 1892) for his many courtesies.
It would not be advisable to occupy space with the personnel of the club (which is possible) but it had members from Greater Boston who were foremost among the amateurs.
Although not active now, there is a group of the members who still hold the organization.
Commercial developing and printing had its share in putting the camera clubs out of existence.
The present officers (hold-overs) are: President, John F. Wade; VicePresio-dent, L. E. Shattuck (deceased); Secretary, Everett Scammon; Treasurer, Charles A. Clark; Executive Committee, J. F. W. Ames, E. B. Dennison, Will C. Eddy.
Arrangements are being made (1923) for a reunion of all the members and past members that it is possible to reach through the mails.
Not dead nor gone before, but such, in brief, is the record of one of Medford's organizations that was famous during its activities and one that the city may well be proud of. While it has ceased to function, its memo