"No art can survive on a purely mechanical inspiration. When the film has exhausted its technical elan, then it must inevitably return to the poets." — from Herbert Read, Towards Film Aesthetics, 1932 (quoted in The Notebooks of Raymond Chandler).
CVA 1184-3167 – Workers stacking sheets of printed paper at Westminster Paper Company. 1940-48. Jack Lindsay. Photograph taken as part of a series for a publication by the Westminster Paper Co. Ltd. titled “Making paper from British Columbia pulp.”