I was reading your article on the Aperture Anthology, which I ordered by the way, and that got me to thinking about Camera Work. Do you know of any source that has reproduced Camera Work in its entirety?
I own a 552 page volume published by Taschen that is a terrific book titled Camera Work: The Complete Photographs which is probably as good as you're going to find. Although it does not have a page-for-page reproduction of the original publication, it does have all the photographs.
There is a bit of mystery about this book I own, however, because it is not the same as the book listed at Amazon.com if you do a search for Camera Work. Mine is 552 pages (ISBN 978-3-8228-3784-9) and is noted as the "German Edition" — although all the text is in English. The other one is titled Camera Work: The Complete Illustrations (ISBN 978-3822880722) and is over 800 pages. Not sure what the differences are, but obviously there are some. Something is filling the extra 300 pages, but it's not clear what that is. Same author in both cases.
Another source that is an interesting effort by Jeremy Moore, are his Lulu.com books. You can read more about this over at APUG. As a volunteer effort, he is scanning — page for page — original volumes of Camera Work and assembling them in facsimile reproductions as POD books. They are not intended to be anything but a black-and-white facsimile reproduction, but as a resource for the content in page layouts that preserve the originals, it's a great resource. Here are his currently available three books covering Camera Work issues 1-12.
Jeremy is doing yeoman's work here and adding a valuable resource to the photographic community. I hope he can stick with it and complete the entire project.