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Toronto. George Eastman’s company announced the Kodak camera in 1888. ┬áKodak used roll film – originally in 100 exposure rolls. Exposed films were processed and cameras refilled by the Eastman Co. Now, have you ever thought of an easy way … Continue reading

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Empire State View Camera c1910

Toronto. Around 1960, I would drive down to Toronto on a Saturday and browse down Yonge Street above and below Wellesley. One one such trip, I discovered and bought an old view camera called an Empire State. It was in … Continue reading

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Photographic Canadiana 37-3

This afternoon, a warm and sunny mild November in the city, we packaged the journal 37-3 ready to hit the post office this Monday. Editor Lansdale has two new writers in this issue, Sharron Perry of the Library and Archives … Continue reading

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