National Geographic : 1915 Sep
the life of the picture H ICROGRAPHY is the art by INO iiiattr n1 which everyone with even ments your ( a rudimentary knowledge of pho- it isn't silen tography can make direct color source of dis photographs (or hicromes)-one, Si-wel-clo, ii or a hundred alike. The quietly it can Hes-vThe Trenton Hess-Ives Hicro Camera SIw which is the invention of F. E . Ives, is Silen the crowning work of one whose genius It can't be heal has vivified and beautified the printed signed to be quie page by making practical the art of sanitary feature half-tone illustration. It - Even if its highl half-toneillustration. It is a develop- be deliberately ci ment that has come through patient it would still be delving, sleepless nights and tireless to grease and aci days. It preserves, as a permanent not too expensix memento, any subject-the human face $4000. -flowers-landscapes -in all of Na- Architects and I recommend the ture's colorings, recalling vividly to your other sanitary p friends happily spent hours and days. Before you de The bathroom fixture ess-Ives for booklet R- 27, Hess-Ives rooms of Char; Corporation (shows plans and < 1201 Race St. The Trenton Pottel Philadelphia Trenton, N. J. 'The Largest Makers oj Pottery in the U. S We shall fake pleas ure in sending JYou a catalogue of Hicro Cameras "'Mention the Geographic--It identifies you.'"