Following up on a wistful thought by Holmburgers, I'm posting a link to a book I finally finished scanning and posting to The Light Farm last night. Good timing!

The Photographic Emulsion is a compilation of a series of monographs written between the late-1920s and the mid-1930s, by Carroll, Hubbard, and Kretschman. The table of contents speaks for itself. It's a classic and a wealth of information.

If we were to treat this like a brick and mortar bookclub, we'd start at the beginning together and discuss the book as we progressed together. I have no idea if that would work here. No harm in trying. At any rate, happy reading.