Previous/other names: Amateur Camera Club
Prominent date(s) of activity: 1946 - 1986
History: In the fall of 1946, students interested in photography formed the UNB Camera Club in the hopes of obtaining a darkroom and photography studio on campus. A space was alotted, but the members were tasked with assembling the rooms themselves.
Activities: The group hosted lectures on photographic and darkroom techniques, presented their own works to each other, and exibited the exceptional pieces in a downtown store window.
Note(s): Dr. D. Macleod gave a lecture on colour photography to the Camera Club in their founding year.
- UA Case 173.
- Up the Hill, 1947, p. Organizations.
- Up the Hill, 1964, p. 115.
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