The American Amateur Photographer, December 1891, Vol. 3, No. 12, opp. p. 485
The Photographic Times, 21 July 1893, Vol. 23, p. 389
Ralph Flint, 'What is 291?,' The Christian Science Monitor, 17 November 1937, p. 5
November Days was a frequently illustrated and exhibited image in Stieglitz’s early oeuvre. Stieglitz entered it in the 1892 exhibition at the Galleries of the Boston Art Club, and included it in his first solo exhibition at The Camera Club in New York in 1899, the catalogue for which states that the photograph had won silver medals in exhibitions in England, Vienna, and Milan (cf. Greenough, p. 30). In the 1920s and 1930s, Stieglitz began a process of reviewing his early work and reincorporating selected images into his exhibition repertoire. He showed November Days in his 1935 solo exhibition at An American Place with a number of other photographs from early in his career that met his new standards for photographic modernism.
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