Popular Photography (1912–1917)

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Note: Please see Popular Photography for the better-known US magazine published from 1937 to the present.

Popular Photography was an early monthly journal about photography published by F. R. Fraprie in Boston, Massachussetts. The first issue was in October, 1912; and it was absorbed by American Photography in 1917.

The masthead of a 1913 issue indicates that Popular Photography had incorporated Photographic Topics, founded 1902[1].


  1. Masthead and table of contents of Popular Photography, November 1913 (vol. 2, no. 2), from Mario Groleau on Flickr.