PSA Journal 1964 complete set


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PSA Journal 1964 set of 12 issues in Excellent Condition. The Photographic Society of America (PSA) formed in 1920 with an initial membership of 22 camera clubs across the United States. The national association’s first activities included the assembly and distribution of a print and a lantern slide interchange among members. PSA Journal was primarily focused on still photography and a separate 5-page movie section which was edited by George Cushman. Cushman was the principal voice of moviemakers in the 1950s and also went on to write the PSA column entitled “Cinema Clinic” that offered technical filmmaking advice, critiqued films and advocated for the creative possibilities of amateur moviemaking.

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Weight 48 oz
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