Linking to us? Let us know and we'll send you a usable form of this graphic. Thanks!No. 4 Kodak Camera, 1890-1897

Detail from an instruction manual for the No. 4 Bulls-Eye Kodak Camera, circa 1899

Italian- or French-made Wooden Detective Camera, 1880s

Antique Camera Collection home page Wilkin-Welsh Folding Plate Camera, circa 1900
George Eastman on the Cover of System Magazine, 1927 George Eastman Archive home page George Eastman First Day Cover, 1954
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The Kodak Candle Darkroom Lamp and Original Box, early-1900s Darkroom Items & Photo Accessories home page Eastman Kodak No. 2 Dark Room Lamp and Original Box, circa 1910

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