American Photographer in October 1910 referred to William Crooke's entry
in the Royal Photographic Society's Exhibition and also to his earlier
"One Man Exhibitions".
Crooke gives us a surprise in his "Sleeping Beauty" deprived
of the fine wall on which he has given a dignified, impressive, one-man
show for years past, and driven back into the "ruck", it was a
speculation as to how even his fine portraiture would tell.
to the occasion excellently, he has departed from his old lines and
produced a delightful study - a pleasantly suggestive variation on an
old poetic theme.
journal included a whole page illustration of his RPS entry and wrote: