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Minicam was a magazine published in Cinncinnati. The popular George Hoxie was editor of the periodical from 1943-1948[1]. Then it became Modern Photography, the renowned US photo magazine published for 52 years from New York City. It ceased publication in 1989, at which time its subscriber list was taken over by its larger rival, Popular Photography[2].


  1. about George Hoxie
  2. "Welcome aboard, Modern readers", full-page letter from publishing director Herbert Keppler in October, 1989 Popular Photography (Vol. 96, No. 10; page 12). The letter notes several crossovers between the staffs of the two magazines, including Keppler himself.