Edinburgh Photographic Society may well serve as a model to
kindred societies of higher pretensions.
is scarcely credible - nevertheless is is a fact - that with a
list of members, barely numbering 400, and with an annual
subscription of only five shillings each, it has been able to
pay all the working expenses, present each member with two 9 x 7
landscapes by Mr GW Wilson, of Aberdeen, and still have a
balance in hand!
must be perfection in management here before such gratifying
statement could be made.
Journal of Photography: 12 November 1880