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Includes the Ansco shutters, the Buster Brown series of cameras as well as the folding Ansco pocket cameras, Solograph, Clifton, lantern slide camera, etc., as well as accessories, film, paper, etc. A superb reference for all the equipment of the day offered by the oldest photo firm in the country. Silver Anniversary Catalog; Bell & Howell, Chicago, Ill. Digital quality reprint of this superb reference; includes Film 75 and 70 cameras, Filmo projectors, sound system, accessories, lenses, meters, cases, etc. Includes Weno 2, 3, 4 and 5 box rollfilm cameras; folding models include the Combination (plates and rollfilm); two models of the Stereo Hawk-Eye. Includes the Ansco shutters, the Buster Brown series of cameras as well as the folding Ansco pocket cameras, film, paper and chemicals. "The Picture Way of Making Enjoyment Last Forever". Fine reprint of the original catalog of amateur photographic equipment: Ansco shutters, and complete line of cameras, accessories, films, papers, etc. Includes the Dollar Camera, the line of Ansco Box cameras, Ready-set, Vest-Pocket, Speedex, etc. Fully illustrated, 4-3/4x7-1/8", with all the Anthony cameras, lenses, studio accessories, etc. .00 158pp, paper covers, fully illustrated; 6-1/4x9-1/4". Digital quality reprint of this superb reference; rarely seen catalog of the 35mm Eyemo movie camera, its three variations, lenses, accessories, etc. Blair was eventually bought out by Eastman Kodak, but this catalog pre-dates the merger. High-quality reprint of this Ansco reference, including color cover. Quality reprint from an original in a private collection. .00 Fascimile reprint of the original 48-page catalog appendix to the 1872 British Journal Photographic Almanac. Fine digital reprint of the original catalog of amateur photographic equipment: Ansco shutters, and complete line of cameras, accessories, films, papers, etc. .00 "The Amateur Camera of Professional Quality". Fine digital reprint of the original catalog of amateur photographic equipment: Ansco shutters, and complete line of cameras, accessories, films, papers, etc. .00 Catalog #44; 32pp, fully illustrated; approximately 5x8". Faithful reprint from a rare original; this company was eventually absorbed by Kodak. Includes several models of the Brody tintype cameras, including the cylindrical metal models. Faithful reprint from a rare original; this company was eventually absorbed by Kodak. Details construction, features of the cameras, and includes Petites, Century 41, 43, 46, 47; Grand, Grand Senior; Stereo; View 1 and 2; Cirkuts 6, 8, 10, 16; lenses, shutters, etc. Offerings include PAP automatic exposure meter; Nil Melior stereo camera, along with explanation of stereo; color accessories; Le Stereophoto; L'Aerophote; tripods, plates, etc. Valuable reference for an important time period in photographic history.

Adlake Cameras, 1899 32pp, fully illustrated; approximately 7x5". This catalog offers a detailed look at the camera, its features and capabilities; lenses and accessories.

The Adlake company in Chicago offered a variety of magazine plate camera models, as well as accessories and bicycles.