Welcome to the Photographic Historical Society of New England (PHSNE)
Photographica 84 & PHSNE Auction
Saturday & Sunday, October 17 & 18 2015
Doors open 9 AM, Show Closes 4 PM Saturday, 3 PM Sunday
Auction Starts Promptly Saturday at 4:30 PM
Americal Center, Wakefield MA 01880
Join us at the Americal Center in Wakefield MA for PHSNE's Photographica 84. Buying and selling film and digital cameras of every size and format, vintage photographs, studio and darkroom equipment, stereo equipment and photographic ephemera. Dealers and exhibitors from US, Canada, Europe & Asia offer hands-on inspection of items and expert advice. And the famous PHSNE dollar table returns with many small (and not so small!) miscellaneous items starting at rock bottom prices.
Students, active military (with ID) and PHSNE members free. General admission is $5, seniors $4.
Earlybirds ($20 admission) may enter during dealer setup starting at 7:30AM.
Photographica 84 Auction, Saturday October 17th at 4:30PM
Join us at the Americal Center in Wakefield MA for PHSNE's Photographica 84 Auction. Public is invited. Auction starts promptly at 4:30PM. Viewing from 2:30-3:30 PM. No viewing permitted during auction. Please see auction info page for more auction details including auction rules and preliminary lot listing.
Contact Lew Regelman for any auction questions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lew at 781.642.7867.
￼Seeking photographic prints for a juried show
to be held at the Landau Gallery, Belmont Hill School
and sponsored by PHSNE.
Submissions Due 5 PM, November 13 2015.
Show Open December 1 to 17 2015 & January 4 through 6 2016
Open to all high school or undergraduate artists. For more information see Young Voices ~ Old School Prints.
The President's Blog:
Whitey Morange, PHSNE's President, has established a blog for items of PHSNE interest. In Whitey's words: "I will be posting things in a different way here; less formal, more newsy and personal. I hope it's useful to someone but, if not, at least it keeps me off the streets, right?"
The blog supports comments by readers, so come and join in the discussion of photo history!
Notable items from dealers' and members' collections shown below...