Innocents Abroad

“A flashlight photograph of a doe and her twin fawns, taken from a canoe, on the eastern shore of Whitefish Lake, nearly thirty years ago. This picture, with the frontispiece and the two pages 138-139, were the first to indicate the possibilities of the camera at night. The group mentioned was exhibited by the United States Government at the World’s Fair, Paris, 1900, receiving the Gold Medal, and at the World’s Fair. St. Louis, 1904, receiving the Grand Prize.”

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