Meeting at 38 Castle Street
The Meeting had been delayed until 8 June 1892 so that it could
be held in the new EPS Premises.
The President, H Blanc said:
years is a comparatively long life for a Society to boast of.”
city has always been a nursery of medicine and literature and to
these may be added its societies devoted to advancements
of the arts and sciences. Curiosity
in photography was aroused.”
Blanc spoke of Edinburgh's early history of photography:
The early Daguerreotype workers - Howie, Orange, Georgiades,
Mungo Pontin who, in 1839, made discoveries which were later to
lead to the carbon printing process.
The early informal meetings of photographers.
J Taylor, the first EPS Secretary
J Valentine, Sen. of Dundee, one of the first two Member to be
elected on the night that EPS was constituted.
Other professional photographers, Tunny, Moffat, Ross and Nelson