Arthur C. Pillsbury Foundation

Protecting and Preserving All Life -- By Extending Human Vision

Camera Craft
​A Photographic Journal

      Camera Craft was an American magazine edited by Fayette J. Clute of the Camera Craft Publishing Co. in San Francisco. Its content was about practical photography. Many articles were illustrated with photos. Each issue contained a photographic art print. The International Photographic Association made its announcements on a few pages of each issue.
   The magazine began publication with Vol. No. 1, May 1900 issue and ceased publication with v. 49, no. 3, Mar. 1942 issue, when it was absorbed by American Photography magazine.
   Advertising in each issue included cameras, camera equipment, services and supplies for the working photographer. Source:  Camera Wiki

Articles and History
related to
Arthur C. Pillsbury

August 1900 Issue 
Two photos by Pillsbury in Olaf Ellison's article on John Muir.  

March 1910 Issue 
Article about Pillsbury by Thomas Lloyd, "Balloon Photography is Exciting"