Tuesday, February 28, 2012

LEICA HISTORICAL SOCIETY of AMERICA

Founded                                1968

About                                     LHSA-The International Leica Society is a non-profit organization of over 1,000 members dedicated to the appreciation, use and study of LEICA photographic products, their history, and the people that have made LEICA what it is today.

Company Overview             A non-profit organization of over 1,000 members dedicated to the appreciation, use and study of LEICA photographic products, their history, and the people that have made LEICA what it is today. We have an annual Fall Members' Meeting and an annual Spring Photo Shoot at interesting locations around the world.

Mission                                 Bringing together LEICA owners, photographers, historians, collectors, and ANYONE* with an interest in sharing good times and information about the cameras we love.
*NO NEED TO BE A LEICA OWNER TO JOIN THE SOCIETY!

Products                               Our quarterly members' journal: THE VIEWFINDER.

Our website:                         http://www.lhsa.org/

On FaceBook:                       LEICA Historical Society of America

Website                                 http://LHSA.ORG

The next annual meeting of the Leica Historical Society of America will be on October 2-7, 2012 in Portland, Maine.



1 comment:

  1. The Leica and cameras and photography in general certainly offer a lot of topics for discussion. But we must not forget the ultimate purpose of why we have cameras; to take pictures. For that reason I would like to start a weekly (or possibly daily) gallery of photographs. But I don’t want this to be a showcase for just my own work; to the contrary, I would like to encourage everyone to submit photographs for display on this blog. The copyright to the photographs will remain with the photographer and no pictures will ever be used for any other purpose unless permission is given by the copyright holder.
    No registration for this site is necessary. Just email any of the photographs to either of my email addresses at:

    info@gmpphoto.com or gmpphotography@msn.com

    If possible, please include the make and model of the camera (any camera, not just Leica) and any other information you deem important.

    It is my hope that this may become one of the most sought after topics of this blog.

    Thank you,

    Heinz Richter

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