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<< Candid Photography (1953?-1964?) >>

Genre: Adult
Category:
Issue List: Incomplete
Publication: Ceased
Publishers: Fawcett
Editors:
Numbered as part of the "Fawcett How-To Book" series.
--Gordon, March 20, 2010
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Originally named Photography Handbook
1950

1950
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No. 106
Name changed to Candid Photography
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1952

1952
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1953

1953
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No. 214
Name changed to Salon Photography
1954

1954
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Name changed to Candid Photography
1955

1955

1955
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No. 263






















1956

1956
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No. 318
























1957

1957
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1958

1958
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No. 369
























1959

1959
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1959
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1960

1960
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No. 440
























1961

1961
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1962

1962
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1963

1963
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1964

1964
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1965

1965
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