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"KODAK' 


Is our registered and con1n10n- 
la \V trade n1ark and cannot 
be rightfully. applied except 
to goods of our manufactureo 
\\lhen a dealer tries to sell 
you, under the I(odak nan1e, 
a can1era or fihns or other 
goods not of our Inanufacture. 
you can be sure that he has 
an inferior article that he 1 s 
trying to n1arket on the J(odak 
reputa tion, and he also 111akes 
hin1self liable to suit by us 
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KODAK SERVICE 


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 it si111J>lero 
M F'rol11 the very inception the I,-odak 
T <lea has becn-1l1ake l'hntngraphy so 
sil11ple that anyhody can take goud 
pi ct u reso 
Silnpler call1eras, 
ill1plcr processes 
have fol1o\ycd each other \"ith ahnost startling 
ra pidityo l
u t the I,-udak CunI pallY ha s not hcen 
,I) sat i 
 fì cd \" i t h 111 c reI y 111 a kin g 111 e c h ani c a I and c h e n1 i c a I 
ilnpruvcnlents; it has assul11cd thc responsiLility uf 
cducating pcople in picture taking. '['he very first 
I,-odak, \yay hack in 1888. \\'as accnll1panied by a so- 
caIled .'111anu(d o . that did Inore than ll1ercly explain 
the operation of the l11cchanical features oi the 
Catl1era. It sho\\'c<l hO\\T the pictures should he t
lkct1. 
funJ) (and hû\V not) tu phutr,graph a tall building. ho\v 
to photugraph a sll1all child-told ahout the Icngth of 
ex pu 
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and out. ft \\"as really a prÏtnary hand-Look of 
]>llC ,tc)gr
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Frot11 that day 011. cycry pi
c(." of I
odak ap]>arattt
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every al11atcnr prpduct of the ('Olllpany has heen 
aCC0111p<lnicd hy thc n1o
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tiolls that \\.ere alsu cpn="tr11ctiv
 because they not .>Illy 
told t he beginner ,\'ha t to do 1'11t ,;un}' fll' ';t.'llS 10 (10 /1. 
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is g"iYcn up to telling- people hO\\T 1u 1nake pictures as 
111 teIling thcn1 \\Thy they should huy I
odak goods. 
Booklcts 111 large editions. gIvIng instructions 111 
practically every phase of a111ateur photng-raphy have 
been and still arc distributed \vithout charge. Photog- 
raphy has not 111crely been n1ade sinlpler, it has been 
explained to all \\Tho are interested. 


"Kodal{er
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.L\nd no\v conles a ne\v help to the beginncr- 
"I,odakery'" a little 111agazine that \\Till tell the a111a- 
teur how to get better pictureso It's beautifuIly 
illustrated. \\Tritten and edited hy those \vho kno\y 
photography inside and out and \vho also kno\v the 
places \vhere the a111ateur has trouble. it \\Till he a joy 
and a help to every enthusiast. \vill add for thousands 
to the \;\Titchery of IZodakery. 

 
 
Every purchaser, after 
Iay 1st, ]914, of a IZodak 
or Bro\vnie call1era \vill he entitled to .. I,-odakerv" for 
one year \vithout charge-he l11ay have it continued 
by suhscribing at 50 cents per year if he so desires. 
I n the back of each IZodak and Bro\vnie 111élnual. 
\vhich \VC are no\v printing, is a .'subscription blank" 
\vhich. upon being properly fiIled out and nlailed to- 
"IZodakery," Toronto, Onto-\vill entit Ie the purchaser 
of such call1era to one year's free subscription to 
"I,-odakery'" At the tin1e this plan goes into opera- 
tion there 1nay still be son1e such n1anuals 
Tithout 
a subscription blank. but in such case a blank 111ay be 
obtained fron1 the dealer of \Vh0111 the can1era \vas 
purchased. Every purchaser of a JZodak or Drn\\Tnie 
Canlera IS entitled to one copy of the Inanual or 
instruction hook and to one year s subscriptiun to 
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The cditors of "l,-pdakery" an11 fir",t ùf all to 
l11akc thc little houk a real help. ...\t thc sal11e til11C it 
\yill be interesting and its delightful illustrations \yill 
sho\\" t hc hcgill11er nc\v possihil i ties i 11 ;Ul1a tcur pho- 
ttlgraphy. 'l'hi
 little l11agazlne IS hut a part uf the 
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ervice. '1'0 sell a call1cra and then turn the 
Cl1sto111cr adrift has I1cvcr hcen a part of thc J(odak 
plan. ...\long ,,"ith our inlpr()vln1ent
 in apparatus and 
1naterial
. "e have ahyays endcavorcd also to i111provc 
the J,-o<1ak Servicco .. J
udakery" \yill. ,yc he lieve. 
prove the n1ean
 of keeping us l110rè cl()
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in tuuch ,,"ith our cu
t()n1erSo In n1any "rays it "ill be 
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 suggcst the 
propriety of thc custo111er's going to his J(odak <lea Icr 
or to us. if there are little difficulties (there are no 
1 )ig ones, no\y) to he overcon1eo 
J t is to ùe a rcal hclp-a part of the J
()dak Idca 
-onc nlorc aid to the beginner In thc l1Iaking of 
g-t)ud pictures. 



 
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Kodak Ball Bearillg Shutter 


This shutter is autolnatic and as its leaves are nlounted on 
b;J.Il bearings it operates \yith relnarkable snloothness and precision. 
The leaves open and close in the fonn of 
a star, achnitting a Inuch larger anlount 
of light in the sanle space of titne than the 
ordinary type of shutter. _ \11 but the K o. 0 
\vork \yith bulb or finger release and have 
variable indicated speeds of -i5' s\; and 
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They are also fitted \vith indicator for registering each 
exposure as 111ade and iris diaphragll1. 


Supplied \yith IZodak Junior 1\0. lA. 2nd Folding Pocket 

 I<odaks, 
 os. 1 
-\. R. R. Type; 3, 3
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ro plied \yith the \ 
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and is sin1Ïlar to the above excepting that it \vorks \yith finger 
release only, has variable speeds of .i5 and /0 second, and is 
regularly equipped \vith the I<oclak Autotitne Scale. The No. 0 
is also supplied \yith the I<odak Junior 1:\0. 1, but in this instance 
is not fitted with autotilne scale. 


Pocket Automatic Shutter 


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This shutter has star shaped opening 
and is autonlatic in action. It \vorks with 
finger release for bulb. tilne and instan- 
taneous exposures and is perfectly reliable 
In every respect. Fitted \yith Ins dia- 
phragln stops and regularly supplied \vith 
Nos. 1 and lA Folding Pocket IZodaks, 
and Nos. 2 and 2A Folding Pocket 
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The ball hearing type of 
huttcr ha
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and reliable that wc havc dc
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principle for thc 3 and 3 \ Folding Brownie ,... 
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calc-a great help for all1ateur \ è4 
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The nrownie Ilall nearing shutter works 
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not on I) for tin1e and bulb expn:--urc
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has \'ariahle indicatl:d 
pced
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fitted with iri
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Folding I 
f( I\\'nie can1era:'Ò. 
Fe Ir a l110re conlpIctc ek
cription of the Kodak 
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Scalc supplied with this shuttl'r o see pagc 8. 



 

 
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C0111pound Shutter 
The COll1pound 
hutter b an autotllatic and setting <;hutter 
cCJlnhil1l'd. .\utCJI11atically. either tilllc or hull, (,xpCJ
ures IHay he 
l11ade, while it n1a) he 
et fur speed
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Jð antI 

 
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egtl1ents upenlng In :--tar :--hape. g1\'lng eycn 
ilhtnlinati()n oyer the entire plate the in:--tdnt thc expo:--nre b 

tartecl, and an In.... cliaphraglll b 
upplil'd for stopping down. 
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Kodal{ Atltotime Scale 


The I(odak Autonlatic shutter is carefully adjusted for tin1e. 
hulb and instantJ.neous exposures. It is also graduated for frac- 
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 . This shutter is fitted \yith the IZodak 

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____ 0 .. special equiplnent on the Nos. 1A., R. 
,r :; \ j R. Type; 3, 3A and 4 Folding Pocket 
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 The Scale greatly reduces the lia- 
to' ,$'l bility of error in exposure. as it auto- 

 Î n1atically indicates the proper tin1e and 
"""ò.-'- 'stop opening for subjects under any 
condition of outdoor photography. It is exceedingly silnple to 
use. The speed indicator is luerely set at the point on the scale 
indicating the kind of light preyailing and the diaphragnl indi- 
cator at the point indicating the character of the subject. 
These scales are also supplied at a n0111inal charge for the 
follo\ying shutters \vhen fitted \vith double lenses only, and can be 
readily attached by any al11ateur. ...\hyays order by Style letter. 
Style A. For use with Kodak Ball Bearing shutter, 20 x 4% and 3y,í x 40. 
Style AA. For Kodak Ball Bearing shutter, 3 x 5YL 3}:í x 50 and 4 x 5. 
Style B. For use with F. P. K. Automatic, 2

x4
 and 30x4y.í, Ko. 1 S. V. 
(Blair or Premo) Automatic, or Ko. 1 B. & L. S. V. .. \utomatic shutters. 
Style BB. For use with F. P. K. Automatic, 3
q: x 5!0 and 4 x 5, K o. 2 S. V. 
(Blair or Premo) ..\utol11atic, or No.2 B. & L. S. V". Automatic shutters. 
Style C. For use with Kodak Automatic shutter, 37
 x 4}:í. 
Style CC. For use with Kodak .t\utomatic shutter, 311 x 50 and 4 x5. 
Style D. For B. & L. Automatic and Century ..\utomatic shutters, 3Y<í x 4%.. 
Style DD. For use with B. & L. _\utomatic and Century _'\.utomatic shut- 
ters, 3Y.í x 50 and 4 x 5. 
Style DDD. For use with B. & L. Auto- 
matic shutter, 4y,í x 60. 
Style 1. For use with Kodak Ball Bearing 
shutter, 2}:í x 3%.. 
Price, any of above styles, $1.00. 
Style H. For use with 1\0. 0, 3}.Í x 4}.Í 
Compound shutter. 
Style HH. For use with No.1, 3}+ x s)!z 
and 4 x 5 Compound shutter. 
Style H II H. For use with K o. 2, 4%. x 6}
 
and 5 x 7 Compound shutter. 
Price for any style Compound shutter, $1.50. 



 

 


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The regular R. R. and Ineniscus lenses used un l
o(lak and Bro,vnie 
CaJl1eras have always been thc best lense
 of their respective types 
that could be secured. These lenses are perfectly a<lapte<l to every- 
da) aJl1atcur phutography. producing pictures under nOrInal light 
conditions that leave nothing to be desired by the average alnateur. 
For tho
('o h,lweyer. who "'ish eyen greater efficiency and capa- 
hilities. \\ e supply the ana
tigJl1at lens equipll1ents. 
The "uperiority of the anastigJllat lens. without attelllPting to go 
into the technicalities of the 
l1bject. consists uf-J )erf
ct definition 
oyer the whole negative. absulute tlatncss uf field. and higher speed. 
1 n R. R, lenses the tendency to lack of definition toward the 
edges. which always occurs in an uncorrecte(l lens. is so slight as to 
be unnoticeable except to the n10st expert eye. In a true anastiglnJ.t, 
it is entirely eliJllinate<l. 
The 
peed of a lens is detenlline<l by the relati\.e size of the dia- 
phragnl opcning. 1\n R. R, lens cannot be used at an opening greater 
I than 7i its focal length. conlnlonly designated as f.8. Hut an anastig- 
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rn openings and still produce sharp. clear negatives. This larger open- I
 
ing adnIits nlore light within a gi\"en tinlc than that uf the R. R. lcn
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hence the ana
tigJllat IS llluch faster. Thus the Zl'iss or Cooke 
{(odak \na
tigJllat len
. working at an aperture of /.6.3 a<hnit
 60 
per cent. 11lore light in a gi\"en tinle than docs the I{. H.. 
This 
J>ccd a(l vantage cnahle
 the user to nlake short exposures 
on dull days or under poor light condition
. \\"here hopelessly under- 
tinled ncgati\"es would result \\ ith an R. R. lens. .\n<l under proper 
conditions. l
posun:s up to 
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cCPJHI with a COlllpOUlld 
huttLr and 
1 ,/oõ with a focal plane shutter. ran he nlade with the anastiglllat. 
J n the la
t few) cars there has heeJl a stea<lily increasing interest 
in and dellland for anastiglllat lens cquipnlent
 anl())lg a111atl'Ur pho- 
tographers. and we responded to this deJlland. fìr:-.t h) furnishing 
the Special Kc)( laks titted with Zeiss Kodak _ \ nastigl11at lens. f.G.J- 
a lens fully ('01Tectccl and ofTering the ach"antagc of high specd. 
The"e ha\"e heen followed h) the Six- Threc Kuclaks. rhe
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d i tier f rUIn the 
pl'cial.; in that thc) :-ire sinIP]) otl r rcgular I-\:odak 
l11ode1.;. \\ ithout the 
pl'cial cO\Tring an,i tini
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fitted with anastiglllat lenses spcciall) desigl11'd hy Taylnr. Taylor ,
 
I [oh"ol1. illr Kodak lb(, and ('.1I1(.'d the COflkc ]{odak .. \na
tiglll(lt. 
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The extraordinary pupularity of the \
 est Pocket IZodak is due 
not alone to its conlpactness-it is so flat and SIll00th and small 
that it \yill readily slip into a vest pocket-but also to the excellent 
quality of its pictures. \\-hether printed by contact or enlarged. 
In fact. this little call1era in itself is so very desirable and of 
such general utility. that \ye furnish it \\-ith se\"eral different equip- 
l11ents to nleet any deIl1ancl. 
For average .photography. the call1era fitted \vith I<:odak Ball 
Dearing shuttcr and tested Il1eniscus achroIl1atic lens is aIllply effi- 
cient. for it \yill nlake excellent pictures under ordinary conditions. 
For those \yho \\"ant the n1Ïcroscopic definition of the anastig- 
nlat. \\"e offer the \ 
 est Pocket I<:odak. this year. fitted \vith the 
ne\\T I
odak Anastignlat lens. This lens \vor-'ks at f. 8, it is fully 
corrected. and nlade of the first quality of J ena glass. This Il1akes 
a nlost desirable outfit at a surprisingly lo\v price for an anastigmat 
equipnlent. 
Then for those \vho ,vant not only the absolute sharpness and 
flatness of field, but the Il1axinutll1 of speed as \yell, \ye offer the 
Call1era fitted \vith Zeiss Kodak ..\nastignlat lens, f. 6.9. 
The appearance of the \. est Pocket IZodak is so suggestive 
of quality, that it nlakes an idcal call1era for gift purposes on 
holidays. birthdays, at graduation tÏ111e, 
and such occaSIons. For these purposes 
\ye have devised the I<:odak Gift Case 
ShO\VI1 in the illustration. The \T est Pocket 
I
odak in this case IS fitted \yith I<:odak 
Anastigmat lens, f. 8. The carrying case 
IS of Ï111ported satin finish leather. In a 
shade of soft brown that IS In perfect 
hanl10ny with the deep blue of the hand- 
sonle silk-lined container. The \-vhole outfit 
possesses a quality and richness that \vill 
appeal to the nlost fastidious. 
The \T est Pocket I<:odak with any 
cquipIl1ent is ahyays ready for actioll. It is 
only necessary to pull out the front to its 
full extent. and the canlera is in focus for 
objects at any distance. The shutter IS 
autoIl1atic, and a convenient reversible 
finder. for C0111posing the vie\\- III either 
horizontal or vertical position, is provided. 



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tnlplicity in loading-nothing 
trappy or flts
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itllple inc\Try detail. nothing in the way of sitl1p1icity or etIiciency 
having heen sacrifice<l tll ordcr to re<luec the 
lze. 
Tn Detail 
For rl'ctangu1ar pictures, 13 
 x 2 1 2 inches. Capacity, 
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posures without rdoading. Size of Kodak, 1 x 2., 
 
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\ \" eight. 
 ounces. Lens. regtt 1ar 0 nlen tscus achn >tHat ic, 3-inch 
focus. Spccial, Zeiss Kodak. \ nasti
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tHat f. X . Shl1ttet, h.odak Ball Bearing X o. O. Brilliant rc\'crsible 
finder. ..\11 tnetal hud\"o black l'nalllcl tilli
h and hlack !cat 1 1l'r 
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The I )rice 
\'t."t Pocket Kodak, 11ll'J11
CUS achromatic ll'ns awl f'llIbk nail 
Hearing shuttl'r 
\ e...t Pockl'l Kodak with Kodak \na...tigmat 1l'11' f. R :I1HI kodak 
Bal1 Bearing shutter 
Kodak Gift C.l
t.'. indueit.-... \Y c ... t Pocket I\:odak with Kodak \na
 
tigmat lens f. 8. importeel satin tini
h ll'atlwr c:....(. and ...ilk-lil1ed 
cont.lil1l'r 
\\.!\t Pocket Kndak o ....i/',yial. Zl'i
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Bal1 Ik'aring shuttl'r 
Ll'athl'r Ca...c for \Fe...t Pocket Kodak 
Crain Ll'atlll'r Ca....l' for V l'
t )'ot.'kl,t kpdak ....ì/'cá,ll 
Imported 
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Ul'dl' ca H:-.kino long ...1 rap'" 
:\. C. Film Cartridge, H t..'IHI:-.Uft....., 1 5 H ,2r,! (
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No_ 1 ICodak Junior 
So cOl11p1ete and varied has the I{odak line beconlc, so 
altogether sÏ111ple is the operation of each canlera, that each 
year it looks \vellnigh i111possible to strengthen the line or broaden 
the selection for the a111ateur. 
Ho\yever. the I
odak policy of never let- 
ting ,veIl enough alone has developed two 
1110st attractive ne\v nlodels this year, \vhich 
round off the whole line, being built upon the 
idea of proyiding genuine daylight-all-the-\va) 
Kodaks. with all the I{odak convenience and 
dependability, for those \vho \vish to take up 
photography at the nlininlunl of expense. 
The first of these nlodels, the 
 o. 1 I{odak Junior, l11akes 
20 x 3 '4 pictures and loads \vith the IZo(lak Filt11 cartridge of 
six exposures (X o. llO). And for loading and unloading, the 
back of the cat11Cra is constructed upon a ne\v principle \vhich 
l11akes it unusually easy to renl0ye. 
.A striking feature of this call1era is its extre111e thinness and 
all-around c0111pactness. It \\Till readily slip into the pocket. 
and yet it is fully equipped for efficient work in all branches of 
general al11ateur photography. It is fitted \vith the 
 o. 0 Ball 
Dearing shutter, speed -r/-õ of a second, \vith cable release, as 
described on page 6, and offers the choice of rapid rcctilinear or 
l11eniscus achro1natic lens. .All lenses fitted to this Cat11era nlust 
stand the usual rigid I{odak tests. 
The X o. 1 I{oclak Junior is provided \vith autol1latic focusing 
lock, collapsible reversible finder, two tripod sockets- in fact. 
the practical. convenient \yorking equipnlent which one expects 
in a true I{oclak. 
The canlera is \vell 1nacle in every respect, it is covered \vith 
a good quality of 'grain leather, and the 111etal parts are finishcd 
ill nickel and black enanlel. 
The low price nleans no stinting in eithcr n1aterial or ,vork- 
111anship. It is only possible through the perfection of our 
scientific factory organization and the large quantities ,vhich OUf 
large distribution enables tIS to l11ake at one tit11e. 


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izc of Kodak. 11
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\reight, 23 ()l1nCl'
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ht1tter. Kodak 
nal1 Bearing 
 o. O. with cable reka
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rcycrsihJc. cullap...;ihle finder. The filtH cartridge f()r this catHera 
is the 
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 o. 2 nru\\"nie and not for X o. 1 
Fulding Pocket T
odak. 


The I )rice 
Xu. 1 Kodak Junior, with I11l'n....l.l.... achromatic kno.; alHI Kndak.. 
B.lli Ikaring shutter $ï.50 
I )iu o , \\ ith R. R. kn
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Black Sole Leather Case, with ...trap 1.50 
Kodak.. 
\l1totin1l' Scall' (St)le I, for l1
e with till" caml'ra \\lll'n titted 
\\ ith R. R. ll"n
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:\. C. Film Cartridge, Ó l"po...un's (:\0. J20) 20 
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odak Jtl11ior 
In this ne\\' l110del i:; offered the advantages of low cost. with 
IZocIak efficiency, which \\'e have seen in the X o. 1 IZodak Junior. 
in a call1era l11ade upon the Sat11e principle for 2.;.0 x -l- T
 pictures. 
This is one of the 1110St popular al11ateur 
sizes, the proportion being unusually pleasing 
for landscapes, street scenes, and the like, in 
the horizontal position, and adl11irably adapted 
for portraiture ,,,hen used yertically. 
\Vith its strikingly thin, conlpact fOrI11, its 
reliable equipnlent and its low cost, the 
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odak Junior IS 
ure to please anyone 
who prefers pictures of this size. 
This l11ode! will acconl11lodate the regular twelve exposure 
I
odak K. c. Filt11 cartridges, and thus offers the daylight-all- 
the-\vay feature of all I(odaks. 
The shutter is the Kodak Dall Dearing \vith cable release, 
\yhich \vorks not only for bulb and tinle exposures, but has variable 
indicated speeds of 7}-r;, -io and rJo second. The leaves, opening 
in the shape of a star, admit the greatest possible amount of light, 
for a beÌ\\'een-the-Iens shutter, at each exposure. 
The canlera is furnished with either Ineniscus achronlatic or 
rapid rectilinear lens. In both cases the lens is carefully tested 
and nlust confort11 to the high I(odak standard before it is allowed 
to go on the canlera. 
Sinlplicity marks this call1era in every respect. It is Inacle 
\\"ith the ne,v style back-unusually easy to rell10ve for luading 
and unloading. It has an autol11atic focusing lock, \vhich pernlits 
the call1era to be Lrought to focus quickly for objects at any dis- 
tance. The finder is of the ne\v collapsible type; it is reversible, 
and Ì\vo tripod sockets are furnished, so that the call1era l11ay be 
easily used in either the vertical or horizontal position. 
So conlpact that it ,vill readily slip into the pocket, this 
call1era offers that high standard of efficiency which is inseparable 
frol11 the IZodak idea. The back and beel are Inade of alunllnunl, 
the covering is genuine leather, and nletal parts are finished in 
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\ \" eight. 2x 0l111Ces. LellS. nlC11bCUS achrunlatic, 5-inch focu
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The 1 trice 
Xu. 1.\ I"\.()(lak juuillro \\ itlt mel11
I.:Us achromatic lens and Kod.tk 
B..111 Bearing" 
huttl'r $1.).00 
IJitto, \\ ith 1<. R. It'n:-. 11.00 
Black Sole Ll'atl1l'r Case, with 
trap 1.50 
Kodak . \ l1totimc 
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with douhle ku
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X. C. Film Cartridge, 12 l"I)()
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folding can1eras which can be easily carried In the pocket and 
\vhich \vill n1ake pictures without the necessity of focusing or 
estitnating distances. 
Upon openIng the can1era the front spnngs autol11atically 
into position, ready at once for l11aking pictures of objects at any 
 
distance. .L \ reversible finder l11akes conlposition easy, and slight 
 
pressure of the shutter lever 111akes the exposure. 
\Vhen closed the bed folds over front and bello\vs, concealing 
all adjustInents, and the calnera can then be very conveniently 
carried in any coat pocket. The calnera is l11acle of alun1inunl, 
with best seal grain leather covering and has nickel fittings. 'fhey 
differ only in the size of the pictures they n1ake. 
In Detail 
For rectangular pictures, K o. 1, 234 x 334 inches : No. 1.A, 
20 x 4
 inches. Capacity, each 12 exposures without reloading. 
Size of I(odak, No.1. 1% x 30 x 6
 inches; Ko. L\, 1
 x 3:U 
x 7
 inches. \Yeight. No. 1. 16 ounces: 
o. 1.A, 22 ounces. 
Lens, Ineniscus achrolnatic, 1\0. 1, 4-inch focus; No. 1A. S-inch 
focus. Shutter, Pocket ... \u tOl11atic. (See page 6.) Brilliant 
reversible finder. 


The Price 
meniscus achromatic lens Ko.] 
: $10.00 
1.50 


Folding Pocket Kodak, with 
Pocket Automatic shutter 
Black Sole Leather Case, with shoulder strap 
N. C. Film Cartridge, 12 exposures (ì\o. 105 for No. I, No. 
116 for No. 1A) 
Ditto, 6 exposures 
Kodak Portrait Attachment . 


Ko. ]A 
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1.50 
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those preyiuusly de
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l{odaks which have played such a pron1inent part in the develop- 
111cnt and pupularization of alllateur photography. 
These call1eras are fitted with the best H.. H.. len
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 to be had. 
each OIlC carefully tested to the highest stdtHlanl and fitÌl
ll only if 
it confornb tl) that 
taIldan1. The shutter is of the L
oùak Ball 
Dearing type. 
The call1era as a whole 111akes a conlpact. inexpen
i\'c outfit. 
considering its capahilities, and one which. though 
l1itablc for the 
I110St 
eriou:; work. will slip readily into the pocket, alHI IS so 
sinlple that it 111ay be effectively handled hy the hl'ginner. 
In Detail 
Fur rectangular picture
. 2 1 2 X -p 4 inches. Capacity, 12 
exp()sure
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ize of I(odak, R x 2 
 3
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\ \ eight. 2( ounct.:'
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pel'<I. f. R, focal length. S inchl'
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()dak nail 1 karing. 
(See page ().) a \ utotnatic fqcusing lock. Two tripod 
ockets. 
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Xo. 1 \ F.P.K.. R.R. T) pC', R.R. lens, l,odak Hal) n"'dring shutter 
I >itto, with kodak. \ utomatÏl' shuttl'r 
Black SC)I
 Leather Carr) ing C
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Kodak .\utotinll' 
C'ale (Style .1\). ... 
X. Co Film Cartridg-l', 12 l'XpO
l1rcs, 2 1 .2 
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Ditto, 6 l"posnrcs 
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These canleras are 111ade for t\yo standard a111ateur SIze 
pictures and are sinlilar in every essential respect excepting in 
the 1llatter of size. The No. 3 111akes 334 x 4-34 pictures-a 
fayorite with tllan)', and especially suitable for lantern slide 

 111aking. as the slide can be printed by direct 
a. . w:: contact. The X o. 4 nlakes 4 x 5 pictures and 
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paratively large size \\Thich it is possible to get 
of the objects in the Cotllposition. 
Roth call1eras offer the usual I<:oclak sinl- 
plicity. and the exceptional lens and shutter 
equiptllent \yhich assures the user the l1laxi- 
nlunl of efficiency in all \york \\"here an anastignlat equiptllent is 
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an R. R. lens \yhich 111ust stand the tll0st rigid test before it is 
passed by our inspectors. This lens \yorks at f. 8, and as the leayes 
of the I
odak Ball Dearing shutter open in the shape of a star. 
the greatest possible atnount of light is achnitted at this opening 
-a fact ,vhich 11lakes the instru11lents especially valuable for 
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great convenience in architectural and 1nan)' fOrIns of landscape 
photography, and an autOl11atic focusing lock is provided so that 
either can quickly be brought to focus at an) 0 distance. 


\Yhile these 1110de1s, of course. are designed for the use of our 
roll films, either can be loaded with plates at any tinle by the 
addition of a sitllple plate adapter or cotnbinatioll back (supplied 
extra). This is interchangeable with the regular back, is pro\yided 
with ground glass for focusing and takes double plate holders. 
(See sitnilar back illustrated on page 20.) 


Both catneras are handsotndy finished throughout. Back and 
bed are of ahll11inlll11, t11etal parts are highly nickeled, and 
covering is of fine quality grain leather. 


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For rectangular pictures. :\0.3.3 1 4 x -P J illch('
: \"0.4. 
4 x 5 inches. Capacity. 12 e'\:pllsures without reload ing. Sizc uf 
Kodak. :\ u. 3. 13 -J x 4 1 2 X ï I 2 inches: X n. -t 2' -t x 53. 4 ^ 9 
inches. ".eight. :\u. 3. 23 ounces: Xu. 4. 2 pounds 11 ouncc:;. 
Lens. dnuhle cOll1bination. rapid rectilinear. speed. f. R, focal 
length. X o. 3. 
 inches: X o. 4. ()J -t inches. Shutter. K:ndak Hall 
nearing. (Set' page h.) Rising and sliding- front. Two tripod 
sockeb. J 
rilliant revcrsihle finder with hood. 6\ l1tonlat ic f()cu
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ing l( )l'k. The I )ril'e No. :1 1\0. I 
F. P. Kodak., R. R. ]('n
 and Kodak Ball Bearing shutter $17.50 $20.00 
Ditto, \\ ith I\.O(]ak .\utomatic shutter 22.50 25.00 
I >itto, \\ ilh Compound 
hutter. high(,
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pl'l'd 2t
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alHI Zl.i..... Kodak .\n.lstigmat len
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Kodak .\utCltinll' Scale (Stde 
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Xo. 4) . .. . 
Black SOil' I.l'athl'r Ca"l'. with strap 
Comhination Back, \\ ith gro1.11HI gla.... 
Douh]e Gtas'ò P]ate.- ] lolder.. 
X. C. Film C.lrtridgl'. ]2 l'\.I)( ...un'
 (Xo. IIR for X n. 3 0 
Xu. 123 for Xo. 4) 
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The best thought of our l11anu facturing organization has been 
put into presenting in this nlodel a Inoclerate priced call1era for 
general al11ateur photography that IS the enlbodinlel1t of ski11 
.,., and painstaking care. 
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il11provenlent l11ade. or ne\v idea evolved In 
the years il
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has been incorporated in its construction. 
The 3.<\. Folding Pocket I(odak \vas the 
first can1era nlade for 3 Yí x .50 pictures-a 
size \vhich has becon1e the nlost popular of all aIllateur sizes. Its 
proportions are just right for post carcls, it is unusually effective 
for landscapes and street scenes \vhen used horizontally; \vhile 
vertically, it is ideal for portraiture. whether full length or head 
and shoulders, \vhen the camera IS fitted \vith I{odak Portrait 
Attachnlent. 
The call1era is fitted \vith tested R. R. lens. the I{odak Ball 
Bearing shutter, anù rising and sliding front. And it is so simple 
that a beginner can l11ake good pictures \vith it fron1 the start. 
Like the X o. 3. 
this model \vill aCCOl11- 
modate plates as \vel
 
as filnlS by the simple 
addition of a cOl11bina- 
tion back. \v hich is in- 
terchangeable \vith the 
regular back. This l11ay 
be secured fronl any 
dealer, it is fitted \vith 
ground glass and takes 
double plate holders. 
This canlera is covered \vith best quality of fine grain leather, 
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\Veight. 41 lJUnCl'
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(See pagt ().) Two tripod 
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wit h hood. .t \ u tot11a t ic focu
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The I >rice 
:'\ o. 3.\ F. P. Kodak. R. R. Il'n.;, K()(Ielk Bal1 Bearing shutter 
I >itto, with Kodak \utol11atie shuth'r 
B);ll'k SoIl' Ll'eltlll'r Ca....l.. \\ ith 
trap 
Kodak _ \ utCltimc SeaIl' (
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COl11hinat ion Back - 
I>ouhle Cla

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For very large size pictures. we offer the No. 4A Folding 
I{odak - a can1era which conlbines all the sin1ple and con- 
venient K.odak features III a yery light and conlpact canlerao 
considering the SIze of the pictures it n1akes. I t IS fully 
equipped for out-of-the-ordinary \vor k, as 
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..,'1 'I ability to homc portraiturc. Fittcd with the 
, ,1 I{odak Portrait .
\ttåcll1nellto it will n1ake bust 
portraits up to the full size of the filn1. as it 
Il1ay be operated as close as 37i feet to the 
subject. A plate adapter (extra) \vith focusing screen, inter- 
changeable \yith the regular back. \vill pennit the use of dry 
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matic, \yhich works not only for tÎ1ne and bulb exposures, but is 
also graduated In fractional parts of a second fronl T-åo to 1. 
The lens is a Rapid Rectilinear of the san1e high quality as those 
supplied \\"ith the preceding K.odaks. 
The can1era is equipped with rising and sliding front, rack 
and pInIon for easy focusing, two tripod sockets and a very 
positive autol11atic standard claIl1p. The regular finder IS a 
brilliant reversible, but \"hen desired. a direct VIew finder can 
be furnished for specially quick snap-shot \vork \vith the canlera 
held on a level \vith the eyes. 
Constructed with the same care and attention to detail as 
the preceding n1ode1. the 
 o. 4A is just as sinlple to operate, and 
is finished in the san1e sty Ie, \vith seal grain covering and nickeled 
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For rectangular pictures. .p --J x ()I2 inches. Capacity. 6 
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posurcs \vithol1t reloading. Size of T(odak. 11 ,ó I 2x25 
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\Yeight.4 pounds 4 ounces. Lens. double c0tl1bination. rapid rec- 
tilincar. speed. f. Ro focal length. Sf 
 inches. Shutter. n. & r I. 
.Autotl1atic. Rising and sliding' front. Rack and pinion for focus- 
Ing. T\\.o tripod 
()ckets. 1 
riIIiant re\'ersihle finder \\'ith hooò. 
The I )rice 
X o. .f. \ F. Kodak. R. R. Icns, B. & J... . \ utomatic <;huttl
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Ditto, with Zeiss Kodak anastigmat lens. f.6.3 
I>itto o with C01l1p o und 
hl1tter, highl,
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Kodak \utoti1l11' 
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tyle 111111) 
Ditto. for Cmnpol1ncI Shutter (Style J 11111) 
Rlack SoIl' Lc..'atlll'r Ca
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trap 
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Douhle Gla
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X. C. Film C'artridgl', (, l'"\.posnrl'S. 4' J X 0 1 2 (Xo. Il()) 
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The Panoram Kodak does a special kind of \york - a very 
desirable kind of \york \vhich cannot be done \yith a catTIera of 
any other type. 
As its natne itnplies, it is constructed so as to take pano- 
ralnic pictures of outdoor groups, landscapes, n10untain vie\vs, 
and the like. 
For instance. in n1aking a picture of an outdoor group of 
hvelve or fifteen people, \vith an ordinary camera, they \vould 
have to be arranged in h\'o or three ro\vs to get goocl sized i111ages. 
but \\'ith a Panoran1 they can be arranged in a senli-circle. at a 
given distance from the can1era. and all appear in the picture in 
one ro\v and of the proper relative size. 
\gain. in nlaking a 
landscape. the s\veep of the Panoran1 lens \yill take in the COlTI- 
plete vie\v, \y hile the scope of the ordinary Catllera could only 
pern1Ït a portion of it to be taken at one exposure. 
In addition to its use for n1aking horizontal pictures. the 
canlera may be as easily used In the vertical position, and 
decidedly unique pictures of high \yaterfalls. 1110untain peaks and 
such subjects can be secured. 
The lens is lTIounted on a pivot and \v hen the exposure is to 
be Inade. by pressing a lever the lens auto111atically s\vings on 
this pivot froin one side of the Catllera to the other 0 en1bracing an 
angle of over 100 degrees. .At the satnc titne, the shutter operates 
autoinatically \yith great precision, insuring even illun1ination 
. throughout the exposure. 
There is no complication \vhatever in operation, the \vhole 
process is autolnatic; it's just as easy to make pictures \vith the 
Panoranl as \vith any other I{odak. 
Those \V ho already have other IZoclaks or contel11plate pur- 
chasing such, \vill find this a valuable addition to their photo
 
graphic equipment for the Inaking of out-of-the-orclinary pictures. 
Panoram IZodaks use the regular daylight loading N. C. 
Kodak filtn. they are carefully 111ade, have genuin
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ings and nickeled fittings. 
The No.1 has a scope of 112 degrees. while the No.4 enl- 
braces an angle of 142 degrees. Panoran1 J{odaks cannot be 
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For rectangular pictures. 211 x - inches. Capacity. 6 expo
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\y eight. 2
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length. Shutter. Panoranl. T\\"o tripod sockets. Brilliant finder 
with hooùo Uses 
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The Price 
X o. 1 Panoram Kodak . 
Black Sole Leather Carr) iug- Case, with shoulder strap 
X. C. Film Cartridge, 6 exposures, 214 x ï (!'\ o. 105) 
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F0r rectangular pictures. 3 I 2 x 12 inches Cipacity, 4 ex- 
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'Veight. 2 pounds 1-+ ou nces. Lens, speciall) selected 
IS to quality 
and focal length. Shutter, I 'anoranlo Two tripod sockets Bril- 
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The Special Kodaks are made upon the idea of providing 
the very best possible in hand cameraso A fine anastigmat lens, 
made expressly for hand camera .work, a high speed, accurate 
shutter, a complete operating equipment, and the best materials 
procurable, richly finished - these, n10ulded 
together by the n10st expert calnera \vorkmen 
in the \vorld, leave nothing to be desired by 

 the user, \vhether he be beginner or expert. 
Aside fron1 the requirements of the focal 
plane specialist, there is no condition under 
which an1ateur pictures can be made, In 
\vhich these can1eras will not produce the 
best possible results. 
The Nos. L\ and 3 Specials are alike in every respect ex- 
cepting in size-the N 00 lA making 2 
 x 4% pictures and the 
No. 3 the larger 3 % x 4% sizeo 
Each is fitted with the Zeiss Kodak Anastign1at lens work- 
ing at a maxiInum opening of fo 6.3, and with the Compound 
shutter attaining a speed of 2tO second. The fast lenses give 
the Specials a great advantage over the ordinary calnera in dull 
lights, and In combination \\'ith the COlnpound shutter. n1ake 
them second only to cameras having focal plane shutters for 
photographing rapidly l110ving objects. 


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They have rising and sliding fronts, reversible finders, rack 
and pinion for focusing, spirit levels, in fact every useful con- 
venience that can be put into a hand calnera. The No. 3 size 
\vill take plates by addition of a combination back (supplied 
extra) 0 
l'vIade as the last word In photographic per fection, these 
cameras are beautifully finished. Covered \vith genuine Persian 
l\lorocco, \vith rich black leather bello\,,"s and nickeled fittings, 
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Size of Kodak, Ko. L\, 2x3 J .+x8 il1che
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inches. 'Yeight. Xu. 1.\. 30 ounces; Xo. 3. 32 uunces. Lens. 
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pecd. f. ó.3. focal length, 
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inches; :\0. 3, 5 inches. Shutter. CunlIK)Un<l. (Sce p.lge Î.) T\\,o 
tripod sockets. Brilliant rcvcr
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Rack and pIllIon for focu
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Special Kodak, Zeiss Kodak anastigmat Icns, f. 6.3, and 
Compound 
h1.1tter 
Ditto, with Cooke Series TITa. f.6.5 lens 
I >itto, with H. & L. Zeiss 1\'ssar Series 1 Ih lens, f. 0.3 
Kodak .\utotime Scale (St) Ie II) 
Grain Leather. \Ye1\'et Lined Case, with strap 
Comhination Back 
Double Glass Plate Iioidcrs, l.'ach 

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Xo. llH fllr Xo. 3) 
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Ditto. "douhle-two" cartri(lge, 4 l'xposun's 
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To con1bine in one instrun1ent every feature that could add 
to practical efficiency and yet retain the pocket Kodak conveni- 
ence and sin1plicity \vas the \vork that \ve set for ourselves in 
designing the 3A Special IZoclak. In no respect did \ve fall 
short of that \vork. In this camera no essen- 
tial to good picture 111aking is omitted. yet it 
has no unnecessary "contraptions" to annoy 
and befog the beginner. It is recognized as 
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the Zeiss IZodak Anastigtnat lens, f. 6.3, 
the anastign1at n1ade especially for hand camera work and 
c0111bining speed, depth and definition In an unusual degree. 
The shutter IS the Compound, operated by either cable or 
finger release and having a Inaximunl speed of 2
Õ second. 
\ \' ith this equipl11ent it is possible to get \vell-tinled pictures. 
under liglit conditions that \vould be fatal to good results with 
the orùinary call1era and In bright light to nlake successful 
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The 3A Special has a nlost c01nplete equipnlent in keeping 
with the high grade of \vork for which it is designed. It has 
both rising and sliding front. reversible finder, rack and pinion for 
focusing, spirit level. double focusing scale-one for films and the 
other for plates. 
The call1era body is made of alun1Ïnun1, producing a very light. 
yet 
trong and durable, instrument. The finish and appointn1ents 
are of the richest. The covering is genuine Persian l\Iorocco. the 
bello\vs is of black selected leather, and these in connection \vith 
the highly nickeled fittings and dull black ena111eled shutter add 
that look of quality that is in harmony \vith its genuine efficiency 
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Size' of J
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Lens. Zeiss J<odak anastigl11at. speed. f.6.3. focal length. 634- 
inches. Shutter, C0111}>ound, with cahle release. (See page ï.) 
Two tripod sockets. nril1iant reversihle finder, \\ ith hood. Spirit 
level. H.ack and pinion for focusing. 
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Ditto, with B. & L. Zeiss Tcssar Series lib Icn
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Koclak A l1totil11c Scale (Style II H) 
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Comhinatioll Back . 
I )ouhle Glass Plate 1 J oldcr..,o cad1 
X. C. Film Cartridge, 10 c....p()
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containing the first announcelllent of the Six-T/zree I(odaks, it \vas 
evident that these calneras \\'ere to score a great success. The 
denland for thenl gre\Y, as it \vere. over night, and has steadily 
kept up ever since. m 
This is a natural enough condition, \vhen it is considered that 
 
Si.r-T/zree IZodaks provide those \\'ho \\Tant the anastiglnat ad- 
vantages of definition, flatness of field, and speed, at the nlinimum 
of expense, \yith suitably equipped and fully reliable cameras. 
To produce such canleras we have taken the regular Folding 
Pocket I(odak nlodels and replaced the R. R. lens and Dall Bearing 
shutter equipnlents \vith the COlllpound shutter \vith cable release 
and the Cooke IZodak anastignlat lens. This lens is an anastigmat 
of first quality, fully corrected and \vorking at a 111axinlum speed 
of f. 6.3. 
For other details on any Six-T/zree Kodak, nlerely refer to 
the detailed specifications of the corresponding regular 11lode!. 
The Price 
Six-Three Kodak No. lA, 20 x 4%, Cooke Kodak anastigmat lens, 
f. 6.3, and Compound shutter, highest speed 
l-õ second . . $37.00 
Six-Three Kodak No.3, 3% x 4%, Cooke Kodak anastigmat lens, 
f.6.3, and Compound shutter, highest speed 
lIT second . 39.00 
Six-Three Kodak No. 3A, 3% x 50, Cooke Kodak anastigmat lens, 
/.6.3, and Compound shutter, highest speed '1h second . 48.00 
Kodak A utotime Scale (Style H for Nos. 1A and 3, Style HH for 
No.3A) 1.50 
For prices on carrying cases, films, etc., see price list of corresponding 
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entire line of thC'se popular canleras. Originally produced as a 
CatllCra particularly for the childrcn. the X o. 1 J1ro\\"nie Inade such 
good picturcs in their hands as to cxcite the intcrcst of gro\vn-up 
people. and the success obtaincd by its use crcatcd a dCtlland for 
similar inexpcnsive catnera
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rowni(' is excccdingly sinlple to opcratc and each call1era has to 
undergo the regular I,"o<lak inspcction, hefore hcing scnt out. 
The scope of vic\v is ordinarily lucatcd by \T -!--hapcd lines at 
the top, hut if prefcrrccl the Dro\\"llie finder (detachable) illus- 
tratcd belo\v, can be fitted at an extra charge of 25 cents. 
I-Ias autot11atic shutter for tilne or snap-shot exposures. and 
will n1ake good portraits \y hen fitted \yith I,"odak Portrait. \ttach- 
Dlcnt. 
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For 
quare pictures. 2 1 
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\vithol1t reloacling. Size of CatllCra. 478 x 3 18 x 3 inches. \ V eight, 
8 ounces. T ..cns. n1enlSCUS. 3 3 4 -inch focu
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"\ o. 1 nrownie Camera, meniscu!; lens, East- 
man Rotarv shutter. . . . . . . $1.00 

o. 1 nrownie- Carr) ing- Case, holds camcrc.l 
anel finder .50 
X. C. Film Cartridge, 6 exp()<;urc", 2' J x 2 1 4 , 
( \" o. 117) 15 
Brownie' FilHIl'ro detachahle .25 
No.1 Brownie nevc1opin
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stood the test of years. and \vill be found in the hands of many 
thousands of people all over the \vorld, \\"ho are making perfectly 
satisfactory pictures \vith theln. They are especial favorites with 
the children on account of their great sinlplicity, but they are 
withal so practical that they have been readily taken up by grown- 
up people \vho wish to nlake pictures in the easiest possible man- 
ner and at the minimunl of expense. 
Each has two finders, .automatic shutter, carefully tested lens, 
and imitation leather covering. They differ from each other only 
in the size of the pictures they make and in their lenses. 
In Detail 
For rectangular pictures, No.2, 234 x 334 inches; No. 2A, 
2.0 x 4}4 inches. Capacity, K 0.2, 6 exposures \vithout reloading; 
No. 2A, 12 exposures \vithout reloading. Size of camera. N 00 2, 
5% x 4 x 334 inches; No. 2A, 3-liJ x 5% x 6% inches. \Veight, 
N 00 2, 13 ounces ; No. 2A, 21 ounces. Lens, No.2, l11eniscus ; No. 
2A, meniscus achronlatic. Shutter. EastInan Rotary. \vith three 
stops. Two finders. 
The Price 
No.2 Brownie Camera, meniscus lens, Eastman Rotary 
shu tter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
No. 2A Brownie Camera, meniscus achromatic lens, East- 
man Rotary shutter 
Brownie Carrying Case, with shoulder strap . 
N. C. Film Cartridge, 12 exposures (No. 116) 
K. C. Film Cartridge, 6 exposures, (No. 120 for No.2, No. 
116 for No. 2A) 
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 o. 3 Brownie offers 
the saine sÏInplicity. the saine reliability and the saine propor- 
tionately lo\v cost. in a can1era for 334. x 
p 4 pictures. as <10 the 
sinaller Brownies. 
This Call1era i
 capablc uf producing excellent pictures in th(' 
hands of the young or the old, and its negatives are of 
uch quality 
as to ) icld very good enlargel11ents by use of the inexpensive 
Brownie Enlarging Call1era. In fact, this IS a feature of all 
Brownieso 
By the addition of a Kodak Portrait.. \ttachn1ent this instru- 
Inent can he useel \vith excellent success 111 h0l11C portraiture. 
The Ko. J nrownie l
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durable itnitation leather covering o 111etal parts are nickeled and 
it offers the daylight-all-the-way feature of the I
o<lak
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For rectangular pictn res. 3 I 4 x 4 1 4 inches. Capacity, 12 
exposures \vithout realoading. Size of catllCra. 6 1 
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incheso \Y eight. 
4 ounces. - I4etb, nlenlSCUS achrotnatic. S-inch 
fvcttes. Shutter. Eastn1an Rotary, with three 
toJ1s. Two tripod 

()l'kets. Two finders. 
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Xo. 3 TIro\\ nie Camera, meniscus achromatic lens o Eastman Rotary 
shutter ....... $.t.OO 
X o. 3 0 Brownil' Carr) ing Case. with shoul(lcr str.ll> 1.00 
'\. C. Film Cartri(lgc, 12 e
posurcs, 3 1 4 x 4 1 4 (Ì'\o. 124) .70 
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Ditto, "(louhle-two" cartri(lgc, 4 e
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plicity and lo\v cost as the box fornlS. They are so closely related 
to the I<::odaks-offering, as they do. the daylight-all-the-way 
feature and nlade in the I<::odak factories. bv IZodak ,vorkmen- 
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that thev ,veIl deserve the nanle "little cousins of the Kodaks." 
The K o. 2 is a very dainty little canlera \vhich will slip readily ill 
into an ordinary pocket, and Blake excellent pictures the all-by- m 
daylight-\vay. It IS fitted ,vith our Pocket .L\utol11atic shutter 
\vorking for time, bulb and snap-shot exposures, 111 which IS 
l110unted an excellent nleniscus lens. Fitted \vith Kodak Portrait 
Attachnlent. this becomes a good canlera for honle portraiture, 
and the negatives \vhich it nlakes \vill yield excellent 5 x 7 enlarge- 
l11ents by use of the Dro\vnie Enlarging Canlera. 
The call1era is carefully finished throughout, it has imitation 
leather covering and nickeled fittings. 
In Detail 
For rectangular pictures, 234 x 3;4 incheso Capacity, 6 
exposures \vithout reloading. Size of camera. 6f
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inches. Weight. 16 ounces. Lens, menISCUS, 4.0-inch focus. 
Shutter, Pocket .\utol11atic. (See page 6.) T\vo tripod sockets. 
Autol11atic focusing lock. Reversible finder. 
The Price 
No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie, meniscus lens, Pocket Automatic 
shutter $5.00 
No.2 Folding Pocket Brownie Carrying Case .75 
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Brownie. cotnhined with its silnple operation an<l reliability. have 
madc it one of the n10st popular Catlleras of the \\"hole Brownie line. 
For effecti\.c lan(bcape con1pûsition and full and three-quarter 
lcngth portraits. thc shape of its pictures is ideal. . \nd \vhen fitted 
with I,-odak Portrait Attach111ent, it Inay be operatcd close up to 
the subject for bust portraits. 
Identical in construction and general design with thc X o. 20 
this 1110del can as easily he carried in the pocket. \vorks for tinH
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bulb and instantaneous exposures. and is weII fini
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. \ttractiydy covered \\"ith best itllitation leather, and ll1etal part
 
are highly nickeledo 
In Detail 
For rectangular pictureso 2 1 2 X 4 I 4 incheso Capacity. 12 
exposures \\"ithout reloadingo Size of canlcra, R 1 2 X ? X 3 
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inches. \Vcighto 23 ounCl'S. 1 4 cns. tncni
cus achrOtllatic. 5-inch 
focu;-;. Shutt<.'r, l)ocket .c\utotllatic. 'l'\\'o tripod snckeb. 
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The Price 
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\l1t01natic shl1ttl'r . .. . 
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Folding Dro\vnie have been still further increased by the addition 
of the Bro\vnie Ball Bearing shutter. This shutter, 111ade upon 
the saIne principle as the I{oclak Ball Bearing, \vith its star-shaped 

 opening and snlooth, accurate action, nlakes the call1era especially ro 

 effective for snap-shot \york. m 
1\ o. 3 Folding Rro\vnies are \vell nlade. dependable can1eras 
in every respect, they have the Sill1plicity and daylight-all-the-\vay 
feature of their big cousins, the I{odaks. and offer the choice of 
either double or single lens equipillent. Illustration shows camera 
\vith single lens. 


In Detail 
For rectangular pictures, 3!4 x 434 inches. Capacity, 12 
exposures \vithout reloading. Size of camera, 8% x 4
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inches. Weight. 25 ounces. Lens, lneniscus achromatic, 5-inch 
focus. Shutter, Rro\vnie Ball Bearingo (See page 7.) Automatic 
focusing lock. T\vo tripod sockets. Reversible finder. 
The Price 


No. 3 Folding Brownie Camera, meniscus achromatic lens, 
Ball Rcaring shutter 
Ditto. with R. R. lens and Brownie Ball Bearing shutter . 
Xo. 3 Folding Brownie Carrying Case . 
X. C. Film Cartridge, 12 exposures, 3%: x 4%: (No. 124) 
Ditto, 6 exposures 
Ditto, "double-two" cartridge, 4 exposures 
Kodak Portrait Attachment 


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It offers the choice of either single or double len
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r()\\"nic siJnplicity. it 11lakL'
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canH.'ra. fer the popular 3 1 -1- x 5,0 picture
, at low cost. 
This caJllera will prulluce cxtrenldy good r('snlts in gcneral 
aJnateur photography. under ordinarily favorahle conditions. and 
when fitted with I
(Jdak Purtrait .. \ttaChJllent. becnJ11c:; a nlo
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dependahle ontfit for h0111e }>ortraitn re. It is CO\Tre< I with dura hie 
iJllitatiol1 leather. has nickeled fitting
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appearance. Illustration 
hows caJncra with douhle lens. 
In ])etail 
For rectangular pictnres. 3 1 -J. x 5 1 2 inches. Capacity, 10 
exposnres withont reloading. Size of CaJllCra. 2:; s 
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focns. Shutter. I1n)\\"11ie Ball ] karinh. (Set." page -.) _ \uto- 
tnatic focusing lock. Two tripo(1 sockets. Re\Trsihlc finder. 
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cu" achrom.iti
 Il'ns, Brownie 
Ball Bearing shutll'r . ..... . $lU.OO 
Ditto, with R. R. len" atHI Brownie BaIl lh-aring 
hutter 12.00 
Ko. 3.\ Folding Brownie Carr) ing Ca"'e l.QO 
K. C. Film Cartri(lge, 10 e'posures (
o. 122) . 0 
Ditto, h l':\.IU ISl1res AO 
DiUn, "douhle-two" cartri(lge, -I l''\.posnres .30 
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The average alnateur usually thinks of enlarging as an intricate, 
expensIve process, reqlllnng considerable skill and expenence. 
But such is not the fact. Even a youngster 
can lllake first-rate enlargements \\iith a 
Brownie Enlarging Call1era. It's just as 
easy as printing on \T elox paper. In fact 
the t\VO processes are very Inuch the saIne, 
excepting that in printing, the negative and 
paper are in close contact. while in enlarg- 
ing, the paper is at son1e distance fronl the 
negative. \vith a lens in bet\veen. 
As shown in the illustration, the Dro\\Tnie 
Enlarging Canlera is sit11plicity itself. It's 
just a light-tight cone \vith a:1 attaclllnent at 
the sl11all end to hold the negative, and 
another at the large end for the paper. Pro- 
vision is l11ade inside for holding the lens. 
To l11ake an enlargenlent, one Inerely 
places the negative and paper in place, holels the negative enclup to 
the light for a specified tilne and then develops the paper as usual. 
One of these inexpensive outfits \vill enable you to l11ake en- 
largenlents at any titne froln your favorite negatives. 
The calneras are collap
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conveniently carried in a suit case. 
The Price 
Xo. 2 Brownie Enlarging Camera, for 5. x 7 enlargements from 
2%: x 3Yí negatives $2.00 
X o. 3. Ditto, for 60 x 80 enlargements frum 3y,í x 40 ncgatives 3.00 
X o. 4. Ditto, for 8 x 10 enlargements from 4 x 5 negatives (will 
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This is l11ade upon exactly the saIne principle as the Dro\vnie 
Enlarging Call1era, excepting that Leing slnall in itself. it is not 
l11ade collapsible. 
I t offers the sÌ1nplest means for Inaking 3 
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The Price 
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In enlarging \vith thc Bruwnie or \ T est Pocket Kodak Enlarg- 
ing CaJllera, the exposure nlay be nlade by daylight. but to 
acco1l1Jnodate those \\.ho wish to do their enlarging at night or 
who prefer to use artificiaÍ light at all tin1cs \ye ha\"e de\ri
cd the 
TIrownie Enlarging Catnera IlluJllinator, ,,'hich as
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a unifortnly strong. even light. day or night. It is silnply con- 
structed, and n10dcrate in price. 
The illtllninator i
 collapsible, but when set up. has the fort11 
of a half-round. light-proof hox \vith socket through ,,'hich i" 
in"crted an electric light bulb. 
The inner walls of this box arc white alHI act as a reflector 
when the light is turneù on. \t the end i
 a ground glas:,. which 
diffuses the light, 
() that by placing negativc end of the cnlarging 
canH.'ra in contact with this glass and turning on the electricity. 
an excellent 
t('ady printing light ic:; ohtained. 
The glas
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which l11ay be closeù as soon as thc exposure is con1plete(1. and the 
ilhtll1inator then bec()n1l"
 a pcr feet la1nl> for the de\'eloping and 
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The I<:odiopticon opens a ne\v use-a ne\v pleasure In his 
negatives. for the amateur photographer. For it enables anyone 
"rho has electricity in his house, to sho\v sharp. \vell-illuminated 
lantern slide projections \vithout difficulty and at s1nall expense. 
The I(odiopticon is substantially made. and operated \vith an 
ordinary 
Iazda electric lal11p. at a distance of 10 feet from the 
sheet, \vill project images of about 36 inches. .A larger inlage nlay 
be secured by setting the I(ocliopticon a greater distance a\vay, but 
the greater the distance the less the illunlination. Can also be fur- 
nished ,,"ith an electric arc lamp. \vhen it can be used at 12 feet, \vith 
the maximul11 illunlination, projecting an inlage of about 42 inches. 
The I(ocliopticon has a \vater jacket for protection of the 
Iides 
from heat. and the price includes a strong wooden case. \vhich, by 
reversing the top, serves as a pennanent stand for the outfit. 
The Price 
Kodiopticon, complete with l\Iazda Lamp. . . . . . . . . $25.00 
Ditto, with Hand-feed 
'\rc Lamp and ..J. ampere Rheostat, acommo- 
dating 110 volts 
Ditto, accommodating 220 volts . 
100 Watt Mazda (Tungsten) Lamp, Concentratecl Filament 
Eastman Portable Background Carrier 
Eastman Portable Background, plain, 4 x 5 feet 
Lantern Slicle Plates, 3Xí. x 4, per dozen 
Lantern Slide Cover Glass, per dozen . 
Lantern Slide Binders, per package 50 strips 
Velox Lantern Slide Films, 2% x 3%, per dozen 
Velox Lantern Slide Frames, per dozen 
Velox Lantern Slide l\Iats, 2'98 x 3 15G, per 2 dozen . 
Nepera Solution, for developing Velox L. S. Films, 4-ounce bottle. 
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TZodiopticon ",ill find that l11any slides are grcatly illlproved by the 
add ition of color. \ \Thill' actual color photography is by no Jl1eanS 
practical for general al11ateur usc. anyonc can nlakc hcauti fully 
colorcd prints hy the use of 'T c10x TransparC'nt \ ,. ater Color Stal11p:,. 

 0 special artistic 
kill. no knowledge of painting" whatevcr is 
nccessary. Just a hrush or two and the hook () f stall1ps. which in- 
cludes sÏtl1plc directions for coloring hoth prints an<llantern sli<les. 
Each hook includes tweh'c shcets of rolors and each sheet i
 
dividcd hy perforations into Ì\\"enty-two 
tal11ps. To use any color 
ll1ereh' tear otï a stall1p. place in a slnall saucer or palctte supplied 
\\ ith the outfit. and COyer \\'ith al,(Jltt a teaspuonful of water. 
The "elox Transparcnt \Yater \oIor Stalnp ()utfit offers the 
greatL'
t con\'cnience in coloring prints. as it ill<."ludc'-\ the hook of 
stalllps. th rcc hrushcs and a \\' hitc cnalllded Ini'\. ing palette, put 
up In cl ncat cardhoard casC'. 
V clox Transpa rl'nt \Vater Color Stamp"o complete booklcto 12 colors $0.25 
Separate Color Lea\'cs. two sheets .05 
Set of 3 Spl'rial Bru"hcs, per set .50 
:\Iixing Palette . . . . 0 .. .".,. .25 
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Development. that former bugbear of the anlateur photog- 
rapher and especially of the heginner. is nlade a simple proposition 
hy the I
odak Filt11 Tank-fully as simple as any part of the 
photographic process, 
The K:oclak Film Tank autolllatically develops every roll of 
filnl put into it, just as well as that roll of filnl could be developed 
 
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if the chenlicals are n1Ïxed and the tenlperature regulated accord- 
ing to instructions. a boy or girl can get just as good results from 
the I{odak Film Tank as an expert by any nlethod. 
In other words. every roll of film put into the film tank, where 
the sil11ple directions are ill1plicitly follo\ved o will come out 
developed as ""ell. or better, than that roll of filtll could be devel- 
oped in the dark rOOll1 by the nlost experienced photographer. 
And it IS very sil11plc, it elilllinates the dark roonl entirely, 
developing the filnl in brnad daylight. and is so conlpact as to 
be easily carried and used any\vhere. 
The I{odak Filtn Tank consists of a winding box, a light- 
proof apron, and a heavily nickeled brass solution cup \vith cover. 
In the Dro\vnie Filtn Tank, ho\vever, no cover is necessary as 
the film roll itsel f is turned. All articles can be packed in the box, 
making the entire outfit self-contained. 
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COtllpIctely wound. the apron protects the filnl effectually frotH 
light. and tl1ay be renloyed fronl the winding box 
a fely at any 
tÎnle. It IS then lowered into the cup of dcyeloper o the CO\Ter 
attached and the filtn left to de\'eIop for t\\-ent,o tl1il1ute
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developtnent the filtn t
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Every step is perfortned in daylight and the exact tinlc neces- 
sary for de\-e1()ptllent. in cotnbination with the chenlical fOrtllula, 
ha
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exposure within reasonable bounds arc taken care ufo E
pecial 
attention i" called to the ne\v 2 1 2 -inch StZC, fur the de\Tclnpnlcnt 
of L\ or 2.\ filnls. 
Those who wish to develop nlore than one rnIl at a titHe can 
do so without purcha,;ing cxtra tanks cOtnplete. by secunng 
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Brownie Kodak Film Tank, for use with Xo. 1, Xo. 2 and Xo. 2 
Folding Pocket Brownie Cartridges, complete . ... 
Vest Pocket Kodak Film Tank, for Vest PockL't Cartridges o complete 
20-inch Kodak Film Tank, for use with all Kodak or Brownie cart 
ridges ha\-ing a film width of 2'.2 inches or less, complete 
3 1 2 -inch hndak Film Tank, for use with all Kodak and Brownie 
cartridges ha\.ing a film width of JI.! inches or le5'\. complete 
5-inch Kodak Film Tank, for use with all Kodak and Brownie cart- 
ridges ha \'ing- a film wi(lth of 5 inches or less, complete 
7-inch Kodak Film Tank, for use with Xo. 5 Cartridge K()(lak or 
shorter film cartridges, cOIl1plcte. ........ 
Duplicating Outfit, consisting of one solution eupo onc transferring 
reel, and one apron, for Brownic Kodak Film Tank 
I >itto, for Vest Pockd Film Tank 
Ditto, for 2 1 ,2-inch Kodak Film Tank 
Ditto, for 3 1 2 -ineh Kodak Film Tank 
Ditto, for S-inch Kodak Film Tank 
Ditto, for 7 inch Ko(lak Film Tank 
Kodak Tank Dcveloper Powders for Brownie Kodak fïlm Tank, per 
package, I.! do/en 
Ditto, for Ve...t Pocket Tank . 
I >itto, for 2( ,2-inch tank, per package, '2 do/en 
I >itto, for 3 (,2-inch t.lI1k, per package, '.! do/en 
I >itto, for 5-inc11 tank, pcr paekage, 1.2 dn/.cn 
I >itto, for 7 inch t.lIlk, pl'r package, '.l do/en . 
Kc I(lak . \cid Fixing PO\\ dl'r, pcr 1 4 -1)( 111IHI IMckage 
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the Kodak Film Tank. the Brownie Developing Box is a 1110dified 
fonn of the sanle, so sill1ple to use that any boy or girl can readily 
understand and operate it. 
I t consists of a ll1etal box \\'ith coyer. just long enough to 
acconllnodate a roll of 
 o. 1 or ^ o. 2 Bro\ynie Filnl in one loop. 
To develop. the roll of filtn is inserted in the spool carrier. 
and by nleans of a cord and \vinding shaft the filtn is unrolled 
and carried around a roller bearing, tInts exposing the filnl to 
the action of the developer. 
Before unrolling the filnl the developer is poured in the box 
and the cover put in place; all these operations being performed 
in daylight. The filnl is then unrolled by turning the crank, \vhen 
the box is rockecl on its standard for six ll1inutes. The developer 
is then poured off and box filled with water to wash out developer, 
after \vhich fihn is removed and fixed in daylight. 
This is an excellent nleans. for those \\' ho have 1\0. 1 or No.2 
Dro\ynie Canleras, of developing their filtns without the need of 
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Brownie Developing Box Powders, per package of 6 
Kodak r\cid Fixing Powders, 0-pound package . 
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\ rhat the filt11 tank ha
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of the two tanks is based upon the c;ame 
tinlC and ten1perature 
ystenl of develop- 
l11ent. with. of course. 
uch differences in 
actual construction of the tanks as arc 
required by the physical differences be- 
tween films and plates. .Ancl ac; plates 
nlust be unloaded In a dark rooln. the 
plate tank cannot offer the advantage of 
daylight quite all the way. but it takes unly 
a fe,," n10111ent:-; in thl: dark rOOI11 to load 
thi:- tank. after which it l11ay he brought 
out into any light for develuplllent. 
The device cunsists of a l11etal solution cup with cover. a cage 
for hulding 12 ur ll:
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plates in the cage. 
The e
posed plate
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tank, which has been filled with developer. in the dark rOOI11 and 
the tank CO\Tr fastened in place. ()11 the front uf the tank is ..1 dial 
for registering til11e. I)eveloplllent 1'-' allowed to continue for 
fifteen l11inutes. the tank heing re\.ersecl se\.eral tilne
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de\.elopn1ent the de\.eluper b \\"ashed out of the plates. and the 
fixing hath poured intu the tank. a fter which the plates are ready 
for wa
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The I )nce 
Eastman Plate Tank. fur" ),. 5, 3 1 
 X 5' .!, and smaller plates, includes 
solution cup, plate cage, loading tÌ"\.ture and aùju
tablc kit 
Ditto, 5 x Îo without kit 
Adjustahle Kit, for" "\. 5 or 3 1 
 x 5 1 .2 tank, tl> take smaller plates. 
Separatc Kits, for 5 x 7 tank, to take 3 1 
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Ü'.l platcs, each . 
.ì\1t"tal Inscrt. ior 5 x 7 tank. to take" x 5 plates 
Eastman Plate T.l11k lJc"dopcr Powders, for -J "\. 5 tank. pcr IMck 
age 0 '.1 do/cn 
Ditto, for 5 "\. 7 tank. per packagc, 1.2 do/en 
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m hventy-four 30 x .).0 or sll1aIIer pictures, and by cOll1bining a 
 
variety of different articles and 111aking up the outfits In large 
quantities. we furnish thenl at a nutch lower pnce than if the 
articles were purchased separately. 
One Kodak Candle Lamp $0.25 
One Printing Frame .25 
One Glass for Frame .05 
One 4-ounce Graduate .10 
One Stirring Rod .05 
Four Developing Trays 40 
Five tuhes Eastman Special Developer . .25 
One-half pound Kodak Acid Fixing Powder .15 
One Package Potassium Bromide .05 
Two dozen 3Yí x 50 Velox Paper . .30 
Three Eastman l\Ietol Quinol Powders, for de\'eloping Velox .15 
Instruction Book . .10 


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Eastman 3_\ Outfit, complete, neatly packed, $1.50. 
EAST:\L\N ABC OUTFIT, similar to above but providing for 
4 x 5 or smaller pictures $1.50 
BRO-VVX IE Den
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beginncr can get guod results hy following the sitnple. e.....plicit 
directioJlS contained in the instruction hook. This ouHÌt is sÍ111ple 
enough for boys and girls. while at the satne titl1e it will Jllake 
pictures which will please the gn)\\"Jl-up people. 
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One 1\0.2 Brownic Camera, 21.... x 3'..... 
Onc X o. 2 Brownic Dc\"c1op in h Uox 
Onc Roll Xo. 2 Brownic Film, 21.... x 3 1 .... 
Two Brownie De\.c1oping- Box Powders 
()nc l.l-pound package Kodak \cid Fh..ing Powdcr 
()nc 
-ouncc Graduatc 
{)nc Stirring" R()(l . . 
()nc Xo. 2 Bnm nic Printing Frame . 
{)ne Package (1 do/en) 2 1 J X 3 1 .... Bro\\nie \ l.llI"\. 
Two Ea
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Il'tol Quinnl De\"l'llIper Powders 
Three Paper l)c\-c1uping- Tra
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OIlC Do/ell 2(.... x 3(.... 
lol1llts 
OIlC J)o/CIl2(4X314 Kodak I)ry 
loul1ting Ti

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Ünc In", t rl1ct ion Book 


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There IS no greater pleasure In 
photography than IIolne Portraiture, 
and this little attaclunent. fitted to a 
l(odak or Brownie Canlera. \yill enable 
one to work up close to the subject 
and thereby secure bust portraits of 
excellent quality IÏ1nited in size, with the 
focusing IZodaks, only by the dimensions 
of the fihn. The attachnlents are silnply extra lenses. which sliD 
on In front of the 
regular lens. and they 
in no way affect the 
operation of the In- 
strlll11ent, excepting to 
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traiture but also for 
photographing any 
snlall object. such as 
flo\\'ers, fruits, still 
Ii fe conlposition, at 
close range. Please 
order by nlunber, or 
if required for older 
1110dels or cameras 
with special equlp- 
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Xo. 1. For Xo. 2 Brownie. Xo. 2 nnd Xo. 2A P. r. Brownie, Yest Pocket 
and Xo. 1 and Xu. L\ F. P. K. $0.:>0 

o. 2. For Xu. 2.\ Brownie .50 

o. 3. For Xo. L\ Kodak .Junior, 1.oth !-.ingle and douhlt' Il.ns; Xo. L\ 
(<'. P. K., H. H. 'l'YPt'; Xo. 3 P. P. K.. 
o. 3 Fuldin
 Bruwnie .50 
Xo. 4. Por Xu. 2 and Xo. 3 Bull's-Eye. Xo. 3 Brownic' .50 
Xo. 5. For Xos. 3.\. 4 and 4 \ Folding Kodaks and Xo. 3.\ Folding Browni(' .50 

o. 6. For Xo. 3 SII('('ial and Six-Three ,1I1d L\ 
1I('ci,ll and S,x-Three h.odaks .50 
Xo. ï. Por Xu. 3.\ Spe('ial and Six-Thrcc Kodaks . . .50 

o. 8. For Xo. 1 Kodak Juniur, Luth single and duuLle lens, and Yest 
Puckf't Kodak Special .50 
XO. 9. For 
o. 3 F. P. K. with Kodak Automatic shutter .50 
Xo. 10. For No. 1 Bruwnie .50 


l{odak Color Screens 


These 
crCCllS are of great \"aluc in uutdooí photography, and 
for al1 subjects el11hracing colors \\'hich act weakly on the sensiti\'e 
fihll, as they hohl hack thc strong bluc and violet rays. affording 
thc wcaker colors tit11e to recurd. The Kodak Color Screcns are 
111ol1nted 111 the sal11e l11anner as the l
()dak I )ortrait I\ttachlllcnt. 



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The I )ricc 
1. For Yest Pock('t. Xos. 1 and L\ Fulding Po<'1,.('t Kodaks, Xos. 2 Bnd 
2 \ Folding Pocket Brownies $U.50 
2. !<'or Xo. 2.\ Brownie . .. ...... .5u 
3. For Xo. L\ Kodak .Junior, hoth single and doul)](' l('ns; XOS. 2 and 3 
I<'o](ling Po('kE't Kudaks; Xu. L\ P. P. Kodak, R. R. '1') pe; and 
u. 3 
Folding Brownie .ï5 
4. For Xns. 2 and 3 BIlII's-E\e nnd Xo. 3 Brownie .ï;) 
5. Fur 
os. 3.\, 4 and 4 \ K'oelaks, Xo. 3.\ Folding Brownif' I.UII 
6. For Xos. L\ SPl'('Î;ll and S,.t-Threc Kodaks and 3 SlIl'l'Îal and S,r- 
Three Koelaks .ï:; 
7. For Xo. 3.\ Spe('ial nnd Six-Three Kodak<; 1.IJU 

. j<'or Xo. 1 }'i:odnk .Juniur, hoth 8ingl(' and duuhle lens, and \" est 
Pu('ket Kodak 
p('e'ia] .. ..... .50 
9. For 
o. 3 F. P. K. with Kodak .\utomnti(' bhllttl'r .50 


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Th('C\e lcn
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peed vf f. I() and are interchangeahle 
with the lenses f l1 rni
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l
oclaks. and the X n. -+ \ Folding K"odak. \ \ïth ('ach one wc furnish 
a leather case and a graduated focu
ing 
('alc for the can1l'ra be(l. 
In ordering a Kodak wide angle kns. gi vc sizc ( X n. ) () f Kodak 
and b
 
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peci f)' the shutter that the l
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:'\11. 4. (4 x 5) ]{oduk ".icl(' AII
lt' "1'11 !I, e'ellli\"ult'nt (elC'us, 4 ' J. ÎllC.h('R 
( \1..0 Del.lJ,tl'el tll 3.\ h.oclnk.) 

o. 5. (5 " i) 1\:lIIluk \\ ielt> \n
II' l.e'II:4, Nl1lh ule'nt (II C' tUl, 5 1 
 irlC'llI's 
(.\l!\o ulll1l'II.el III .1.\ Koeluk.) 


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These tripods have the qualities that nlake for serVIce as 
weB as good appearance. 
Light and very conlpact. they are yet rigid \vhen extended 
because of their special construction. The principle is that of a 
telescope, each section sliding into the one above it, tin the .whole 
length is reduced to a single section and the sections are securely 
fastened to one another. 


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Nos. 380, 390. 400 and 410 fold up flat. the first three being 
supplied in neat cases. Nos. 400 and 410 have the additional 
advantage of being fitted \vith a patent top, \vhich provides a 
broad firnl table for supporting the canlera. but folds to the side "., 

 
\vhen tripod is not in use. lJpper or outer sections are al1 black' ill 
enaIlleled. lo\ver section brass. 


Xo. 320. 5 sections, length closed 140 inches 
X o. 330. 7 sections, length closed 11 % inches 
Xo. 340. 4 sections, length closed 150 inches 
)J o. 380. 7 sections, length closed 11 % inches 

o. 390. 7 sections, length closed 110 inches 
X o. 400. 7 sections, length closed 12 inches 
X o. 410. 4 sections, length closed 16 inches 


$3.00 
3.75 
2.50 
6.25 
5.00 
6.50 
3.25 


..\cljustable IIeads {extra) fitted with bal1 and socket joint. 
suitable for any üf above Tripods. 
Xo.300......$1.00 No. 305......$1.50 No. 310......$1.75 
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Price, $2.25. 


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tripod that wil1 go in a suitcase. 
Price, $1.50. 


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tachable h
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inch< s. \ Y eight. 18 ounces. Cherry fini
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straight-grained wuod i:-. used in its construction. 
Price, $1.00. 


Folding Pucket Kodak 
rrip()d 
l\dapter XOo 10 


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either the X n. 1 or 
 o. L \ Folding Pocket 
Kodak on a trip()(l in 
ithl'r horii'ontal or ver- 
tical p()
iti()n. Kodak nla\. bl.' reversed without 
n.'nl0\ï1lg- frol11 the ë:ulaptl'r. 
F. P. K. TriplHl . \dapkr X o. 1 $0.-5 


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\
 elox is the very best paper for al11ateur use for it is simple 
to nse, thoroughly dependable and is l1lacle in a variety of grades 
an(l surfaces to fit all sorts of alllateur negatives. 
It prints in any light, requires no clark rOOln and pennÏts 
the alllatcur to utilize his evening hours in print Inaking. Its 
sÏ1nplicity of 111anipulation and extrenle gradation nlake it suitable 
for photographic \vork of every kind. 
\T elox IS divided broadly into two kinds of paper called 
"Regular " and 0' Special"o (hard ancl soft) each division containing 
a variety of surfaces. "H.egular" papers develop quickly and are 
best suited for negatives lacking contrast. "Special" papers 
develop slo\vly, and give soft effects fronl hard negatives. Use 
"Special" \T elox for negatives producing good results on "Printing 
Out" paper (such as Solio), and "Regular" only \vith very flat 
 
negatives (negatives lacking contrast). 
 
\r elox surfaces: In the "Regular" class are carbon (l1latte 
:-,urface), Glossy, Glossy double \veight, \T elvet, and \T elvet double 
\\Teight. "Regular" \ T elvet \T elox is selni-gloss and gives prints 
of exceptional beauty. This paper \vill give satisfactory results 
froln very Hat negatives. 
In the "Special"' class, the surfaces are Carbon (matte sur- 
face), Portrait (snlooth Inatte), Portrait double \veight, Rough, 
Glossy, Glo
sy double \veight. \
 elvet, and \T elvet double \veight. 
"Special" \ T e1\"et \T elox has a greater range than any of the 
other ., Special" papers. 
Royal \T elox is coated on a soft, Inello\Y-tillted stock, \vhich 
\vhen re-developed affords all the soft delicacy of a rare old 
etching. It is nlade in two grades, "Regular" and" S}Jecial" and 
one surface, just rough enough to produce the desired effect 


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Sped.11 \"l"1n.t, Speci.I1 Portrait, Rl'g-ular C
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Spt:cial (
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Ditto. Uouhle Post-canis. :

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Brownie I'ost-c.nds, :!\-, x 4 I{. Rq.
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.15 .N) 1.'-111 


* Clr.ssy only t For use in Sdf-tr.lIlsposing" Stereo printing Fr.lJne. 


DrowlIie \ Y cIo" (one grade only) 


2'...J. x 2 [4, per package 2 dozen sheets 
2[ 4 x 3
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X. A. (i\ on-ahrasion) V do
 Liquid Dc\'doper, 4 ounce hoUle 
(makes 20 ounces for Special, 1 
 ounces for Regular) 
Ditto, 16-ounce hottle 
Xepera Sc,lutiol1, per -t-ounce bottle 
I >itto, per 16-ounce houle 
Xepera Capsules (for ('onverting Xcpera s(llutiCln to a film or pl.lte 
den'loper) 0 per package 1 clnzen 
\Y(.lox Re-(Ie\'eloper for 
l'pia Tones, per -t-Ol1nce hottle 
I >itto, 2 ounccs (sufficient for 150 -t x 5 prints) 
Y do"\. J{e-cle\"doper ruhes, per package 12 t uhes 
V do"\( Liquid ] I a rdl'nl'r, per -t-ol1nce I,ottle 
] >itto, 8-ol1nce hoU]e 
Kodak X. .\.:\L Q. l>en'lop(.r, per package 3 tuhes 
Kodak \ci{1 Fi "\.ing Powder for fi:\.ing V do"\. prinh, per pound 
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Effects heretofore to be had only by the laborious carbon 
process can no\v be secured by any anlateur photographer \vith 
this ne\v paper. 
For landscapes, for l11arines, and in fact, for the l11ajority of 
outdoor anlateur negatives, the rich green of prints on l<:odak 
\ 
 elyet Green produces nlost beauti ful harmonious effects, \vith 
an indescribable "atn10sphere" of nature itself. 
...:\nd to use this paper the anlateur has to learn no ne\v pro- 
cesses nor possess extraordinary skill. Anyone ,,'ho can print 
on \Telox paper can print just as successfully on Kodak Velvet 
Green, as the t".o processes after exposure are identical, and the 
developing solution is only slightly changed. 
The surface-a snlooth semi-l11atte-brings out detail fully, 
and the paper is supplied in both single and double weights. 
l<:odak \ - eh-et Green Post-cards are very appropriate for use 
at vacation tinle. 
Prices saIne as for \ 
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Angelo Platinum Paper 
Angelo Platinunl Paper is exceedingly sÏtnple to handle and 
yields prints that are ll1arvelous in gradation and delicacy. l\Iade 
in Sepia only. 
Angelo Sepia, unlike 1110st Sepia Platinunl Papers, develops 
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3
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3y,í X 4y,í . .25 4
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4 X 5 .40 I 5 X 7 .65 


AXGELU SOLUTIO
 


.\ngelo Sepia Solution (2-ounce I Angelo Sepia Salts (2-ounce 
bottle) . $0.30 package) . $0.10 


Aristo Gold Post Cards 


Rich sepia and purple tones. Print, \yash and fix. 
Aristo Gold Post-cards. per dozen $0.30 


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Size Per Package 2 DO.l. 1 Sin' Oer Pac1...age 2 n07. 
2 1 2 X 2
 .... $0.20 2'2 X ï (Xo. 1 Panoram Kodak). $0.25 
2 I 4 X 3' 4 .... .20 Pl. r D07. 
2' 2 X 4'4 .20 4'4 X ó I 2 $0.25 
3
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.V 4 x 4'4 .20 3'2 X 12 (No.4 Panoram Kodak) .35 
J'4x50 .25 Post-cards .15 
4 x 5 .25 I )ouhle Solio Post-cards .30 
3' 4 x 6 (Stereo) .25 Brownie Post-cards, 2 3 4 X 4'4 .10 

()li() Cumhined Toning and Fixing Solution, per 8-ouncc hottle o 50 
cents. Ditto, 4-ounce hottle, 30 cents; post-paid, 50 cents. Solio Toning 
and Fi xing Puwùers, per box of 5 tubes, 25 cents. 


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.J. \ .. Blue Print" that retain-.; delicacy and detail. 


Post-canis (in se.d('(l tuhes) 


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Evcr) 
idc of .. \ll1atCl1r Photography I
 treated In thi
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h()()k. '1 hc LCIl", the CatHcra, CUlllposition. Expo
t1re, Developing 
and I)rinting are all handkd in a tn()
t helpful and 
inlpk Inanl1er. 
Fla
h Light and I I igh Spccd work are described III detail. The 
tcxt I
 11ladc plaincr h) nunH.'rOlh illu:--tratiotb and eVl'n a child 
can undcr
tand clearly what I
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avoided pr l11ade perfcctly plain. 
'!'he Price 
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prints by paste or other\vise. They are l11erely slipped into pocket 
strips at top and bottonl, and \vil1 not COl1le out ul1less rel110ved by 
hanel. IIandsonle grain leather cover and black leaves \vith linen 
finish. 

\, 2%: x 3%, 25 leayes, 3 on $2.75 E, 3% x 50,50 leaves, 3 on 
B, 20 x 40,25 leayes, 3 011 3.00 F, 4 x 5, 25 leaves, 2 on 
C, 3y,í x 4%, 25 leaves, 3 on 3.00 G, 4% x 60, 25 leaves, 2 on 
D, 3% x 50, 25 leaves, 3 on 3.25 H, 5 x 7, 25 leaves, 2 on 
The Interchange Album 
.An ul1usual1y long-lived album on the loose leaf principll". 
Has special t'lnbossecl leather cover with grain leather corners and 
back. Furnished \vith 50 linen finish leayes-black only. 
A, 5 x 8 $3.00 Pkg. 12 eX$b\ss \ C, 10 x 12 $5.0;k g . 12 eX.$Ó
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B, 7 x 11 3.50 .20 D, 11 x 14 6.00 .40 
The Agrippa i\.lbunl 
A ne\\T. ul1nsnal1y flexible loose leaf albu111 \vith beautiful 
grain leather covering and 50 linen finish black leaves. 
Pkg. 12 ex. le'y's I Pkg. I2 ex. le'y's 
$1.60 $0.15 \ C. 10 x 12 $3.50 $0.30 
1.90 .20 D, 9 x l-l 3.75 .40 
The Arena Albunl 
Flexible, finest quality black grain leather cover. 
], 50 Black leaves, or S, 50 Sepia leaves, 50 x 7 
K, 50 Black leayes, or T, 50 Sepia leaves, 7 x 10 
L, 50 Black leaves, or D, 50 Sepia leaves, 10 x 7 
1\1, 50 Black leaves, or \V, 50 Sepia leaves, 11 x 14 
The Tiber Albulll 
.. \ very flexible loose leaf albt1111 \vith Ïtnitation leather cover-- 
ing and 50 black leaves. 
Pkg. 12 ex. le'y's I 
A, 5 x 8 $0.80 $0.15 I e, 10 X 12 
B, 7 X 11 1.15 .20 D, 9 x 14 
The Forulll Albulll 
Flexible, black ilnitation leather el11bossed cover. 
A, 25 Clack leaves, or X, 25 Sepia leaves, 50 x 7 
B, 25 Black leaves, or 0, 25 Sepia leaves, 7 x 10 
C, 25 Black leaves, or P, 25 Sepia leaves, 10 x 7 
D, 25 R!ack leaves, fir R, 25 Sepia leayes, 11 x 14 
E, 50 Black leaves, 5 
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F, 50 Black leaves, 7 x 10 
G, 50 Black leaves, 10 x 7 
H, 50 Black leaves, 11 ,,1-t 


$4.25 
3.00 
3.25 
3.50 


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1.90 
1.90 
3.75 


Pkg. I2ex. le'v.s 
$1.90 $0.30 
2.20 .40 


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tClll. silk lacIng. 
Xu. 1, Black IC<l\.cs: XI). 2. \Yhitc leaves; X o. 3, Scpia lea\.cs, 50 x 7 $025 
E:...tra leaves. package uf 5 .09 
Xù. 4, Black lcaves; Xo. 5, \Vhite lean.
s; Xo. 6, Scpia lea\"es, 7 x 10. .35 
E:...tra leaves, packag-c of 5 .12 


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Snb
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Xo. 19 20 pages, 50 x 7 $0.12 Xf'. 18 20 pagcs, 7 x 10 $0.15 


SOUyel1Ïr Post-card .L \lbunl 


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25 Black leave
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25 ßlack leaves, 11 x 14, for 200 cards 
( Flexible, I1lack gram leather covcr ) 
l 25 kaves, 11 x 14, for 200 canIs J . 


$0.60 
1.90 
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giving thc effcct of a rich bro\\"n wuod fralllc. 


"0. 1 
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Xo.3 
Xu. 3.\ 
Xu. 4 


For Print 
2'4:<..3 1 4 
2 1 2 X4'4 
3 1 4 X4 T 4 
3Y-íx5 1 2 
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Outside 
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For 100 ncgatives, 2 1 2 X 
414, or smaller $ .i5 
For 100 negativcs, 3 1 2 X 
3 1 2 , or smaller .i5 
For 100 l1egati\.cs o 3' I x 
4 1 4, 0 r 4 x 5 1. 00 
For 100 negati\'cs, 314 x 
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For Prints I Size Outside Per 50 I Per doz. For Prints Size Outside Per 50 Per doz. 
1% x 
% 3
 x 4 $0.30 $0.10 4 x5 5 % x (j}ls $ 0.60 - - 

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 4: x5 .35 .10 27.( x 7 4: xR9-{ .60 .20 
276 x 4:
 47.( x 6 .45 .Ii) 4X x 6% fiX" xS76 .R5 .25 
376 x 376 5 x5 .45 .15 5 xi 7 x9 .9;) .30 
37.( x 4:7.( 5 x6 .55 .:W 376 x 12 ;}% x 13X 1.10 .30 
3
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 .65 .20 
LAGOON 
Jet Black, Ash Grey and \Vhite 
For Prints I Size Outside Per 50 Per doz. For Prints Size Outside Per 50 Per doz. 
3% x 3% $0.4 0 - 
0.10 37.( x 5% 57.( x 776 $0.75 $0.25 
27.( x 
7.( 
27.( x 3
 4: x;) .45 .15 4 x5 5% x 6% .70 .20 
276 x 4:7.( 47.( x 6 .55 .If} 47.( x 6% 6X: x 876 1.05 .30 
3% x 3% 5 x5 .55 .15 5 x7 7 x9 1.15 .35 
3
 x 4:7.( 5 x6 .65 .20 
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RI\TERVIEW 
A Slip-in :\lol1nt, no paste needed. Grey and Brown-Oval and Square 

 For Prints Size Outsidc Per 50 !e r dOZ_ ' For l'o"t, Size Outside Per 50 ler d07. ro 
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7.( x 37.( 4: x5 $0.75 ::tU.

) 37.( x 47.( 5 x6 $0.95 $0.30 
 
2% x 4
 478 x 5J1s .8;) .30 37.( x 576 5 x7 1.00 .35 
3% x 3Yz 5 x5 .90 .30 4 x5 f}%: x 6U 1.05 .31) 
GLEN CAIRN 
slip-i n Style, Solid Back, Grey and Buff, Square onlv 
For Prints Size Outside Per 50 Per doz. For Prints Size Outside Per 50 Per doz. 


 x 37.( 4 x5 $1. O;} 
.30 37.( x 5% 57.( x 776 $1.45 -- 
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Jet Black, \Vhite and Artists Brown, wide border, bevelled edges 
For Prints Size Outside Per 50 Per doz. For Prints Size Outside Per 50 Per doz. 
2X: x 37.( 476 x 5% $0.60 $0.2-0-- 3U x 5% fiU x R $1.00 $0.30 
2% x 4X: 5 x6U .70 .20 4 x5 G76 x 7:yB 1.05 .30 
3% x 376 5% x 5% .6;) .20 47.( x fi% 6
 x RU 1.15 .35 
37.( x 47.( 5% x 6:yB .75 .2;-) ;) x 7 71
 X 97.( 1.20 .35 
RIDGE\V A Y 
In duplex fortn, for Oval or Square Prints, Brown and Grey. 
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For prints I Size Outside Pcr 
)U Per doz. For Prints 
ize outside Per 50 Per doz. 
ex x3X I 4 x5 $1.05 - - - 37.( x f}76 57.( x 7 % & 1A5 '0.45 
$0.30 
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Kodak I )ry 
Iollnting Tissue 
:\Iounts print:; eyen on thin l110unts without curl. The 51111- 
plest ll1ethod of 111ounting, no apparatlb being required-just lix 
the ti
sue on print. lay all IlH>Ullt and press with a wan11 flat iron: 
110 sticky fingers. nu ll1U

 uf any kind. 
The I )rice 
. $0.10 Size, 4 x 5, 
 dozen 
.10 Si7e, 4 1 ..J x 6' 2, 1 dozen 
.10 Size,S x 7, 1 dozen 



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Si7C\ 3' 4 x ..p 4, 3 dozen 
SiLl', 314 X 5 1 2, 2 dozen 


Glass I)ry Plates 


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JI..J X 3 1 ..J 
Ditto, JI..J x 4 
Lantern Slide 


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.35 Co\'er Glass, 3 1 ..J x 3'..J 
.45 Ditto.JI..J x 4 
Binders, pcr package, 50 strip
 


$0.10 


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Eastman 3 1 2 X 3 1 2 , opl'ns tw()-thinls 
Eastman 3 1 ..J x "P..J, opl'ns two-thinls 
Eastman 3 1 4 
 5 1 2. for films, opens two-thinls 
I )itto, for plates 
Eastman 4 x 5, ()pen
 two-thinls 
Eastman 5 J\.. 7, opens two-thircls 
Eastman 3 1 
 x 12, for Xn. 4 Pannram I"\.odakopens in threescctinns 
Ea
tman 2'4 x 7, for Xo. 1 Panoram I"\.odak. opens in two sl'ctiolb 
Brownie Printing Frame, 
o. 1, for 214 x 2'..J Un'eloping paper onh 
Bruwnie Printing Frame, Xu. 2, for 2 1 ..J 
 3 1 ..J Dcveloping papcr only 


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The simplest and safest method of 
making flash-light pictures IS by means 
of the Eastnlan Flash Sheets and Kodak 
Flash Sheet Holder. The sheets burn 
slo\vly, giving a broad, soft light, and not 
so startling the subject as to give a staring 
effect to the eyes. 
The holder is a genuine innovation. 
A sa\v tooth holds the sheet In proper 
position and it is lighted fronl the back 
through an aperture provided in the centre 
for the purpose. In this n1anner the holder 
is ahvays bet\\'een the operator anù the flash 
sheet. and it n1ay be held in the hand or 
supported on a tripod, a socket being 
provided for the latter purpose. 

 o. 1 Flash Sheets, per package of 0 dozen sheets, 3 x 4 . 
K o. 2 Fla 5h Sheets, pcr package of 0 dozen sheets, 4 x 5 . 
No.3 Flash Sheets, per package of 0 dozen sheets, 5 x 7 . 
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Kodak l\Iagnesiulll Ribbon Holder 
This extren1ely handy little apparatus provides a most conven- 
ient method of burning Inagnesiunl ribbon for photographic pur- 
poses. It conlprises at once a compact nlagazine for storing the 
ribbon, a convenient holder for 
burning it, and a ready nleans 
of Ineasuring definite lengths. 
For printing on \T elox and 
other gas light papers, lantern 
slides, etc.. the ribbon IS 
pushed forward by a Inove- 
ment of the thumb upon the 
edge of the revolving disc until 
the desired length of ribbon 
projects fron1 holder. 



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X o. 2, capacity, 7 x 7 
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Kodak Candle I
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This clever little lanl}> i
 collap
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packed into ,'ery sl11all 
pace \vhen not in use. I t is 
nlad
 of 
pecial te
te<l ruhy fabric. bound in 111etal 
fra111es and gives a 
trung. sa fe light for the dark rOOlTI. 
Kodak Candle Lamp $0.25 
E.xtra Candles for samc, pcr duzcn .30 
Kodak Dark Roonl Lal11p 
The I(ullak Dark ROOHl Latnp iç, oil burning and 
is fitted with hoth orange and ruhy glass. T t ha
 an 
unusually hroad wick regulated fronl the out
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-.f and gives a soft. steady light for the dark r00I11. 
X o. 2 Kodak Dark Room Lamp $1.00 
\Telox I
antern Slide I
"i1tll 
Ji'or use with the l
oclil)pticon or any other lantern slide pro- 
jector that has a water cell couling dc,'icc. \\ïth these fihns you 
can l11ake lantern slides by contact as easily as you can l11ake \. clox 
prinh. the exp()
ure. dC\"e1opl11ent alHl printing heing the 
alTIe. For 
lTIaking sli<lt'
 by projection they are as con\"en:ent as any plate. 
A fter the ç,lide h nlade. it 1
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Slide :\1 ats an<l l11ounte<l in the \ - el()
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Iille Fr:une which 
ha:-; 
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These slides are ah
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V clox Lantern Slide Films. 23.t x 3' oJo per d07cn 
Velox Lantern Slide F raml'So pl'r d07en 
V clox Lantl'rn Slidc :\1 ats. 2 1 , "' 3 1
1, per 2 don'n 
Xl'J)cra Solution, for d<:n.'loping \Tclux Lankrn Slide Films, 4 oUl1ce 
buttll' 
Lantern Slide Film Varnish, 4-0t1I1Cl' hottlc 


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Certainty in Inaking negatives and prints de- 
pends as nluch on the quality of your chenlicals 
as on any other one thing. .L \11 Kodak chelnicals 
are tested both photographically and for purity 
before the C. K. C. tested seal is allo\yed to go 
upon theine That seal is your protection. 
Kodak Chemical Outfit . ... $0.30 
Eastman Special Deve10per Powders, per dozen .50 
Di tto, per 0 dozen . . . . . . . . . . . .. .25 
Eastman Special Developer Powders, per pkg. 5, in sealed glass tubes .25 
Eastman Hydrochinon Developer Powders, per dozen . .50 
Ditto, per 0 dozen . ...... .25 
Eastman's Pyro Developer Powders, per dozen . .50 
Di tto, per 0 dozen . . .25 
Ditto, per package 5 powders
 in sealed glass tubes .25 
Elon, per I-ounce .50 
Roylon, per I-ounce bottle .50 
Hydrochinon, per I-ounce bottle . . . .15 
EastmanOs Permanent Crystal Pyro, per I-ounce bottle .25 
Velox Re- Developer Tubes, package of 12 tubes .60 
Hypo Sulphite of Soda, granular, per pound .08 
Alum, powdered, per ponnd . .10 
Kodak Acid Fixing Powder, per pound package .25 
Ditto, per 0-pound package . .15 
Ditto, per %-pound package . .10 
Eastman Intensifier, glass tube, per tube . .15 
Eastman Reducer, per box of 5 tubes . .25 
Potassium Bromide, per ounce . .... ..... .12 
Kodak Tested Carbonate of Soda (desiccated), per I-pound bottle. .20 
Kodak Testecl Sulphite of Soda (desiccated), per I-pound bottle. .30 
For Velox preparations see page 53. For Solio preparations, see page 55. 
F or Tank Developer Chemicals, see page 43. 
Kodak Sundries 


Eastman Photo Paste, 3-ounce 
tube 
Ditto, 5-ounce tube . 
Eastman Thermometer 
Thermometer Stirring Rod 
lIard Rubher Stirring Rod 
Eastman Film Clips, 30-inch, 
per pair (nickeled) 
Ditto, 5-inrh. . . 
Kodak Film Clips, 5-inch 
(wood), per pair . 
Focusing" Cloth, per yard . 
:rvIouldcd Graduate, 4-ounce 
Ditto, 8-ounce 


$0.15 
.25 
.50 
.60 
.20 
.30 
.35 
.15 
.50 
.10 
.15 


Ditto, 16-ounce . $0.20 
Fcrrotype Plate, 10 x 14, light .20 
Ditto, 10 x 14, heavy . .25 
Ditto, 18 x 2..J, heavy . .75 
Koùak Print Roller, 2 x 6-inch 
rubber roller, n i c k e led 
frame . .50 
Flexo Print Roller, 4-inch 
rubber roller, black enam- 
eled frame .15 
Eastman's Special Squeegee, 
6-inch .30 
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1 
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12 ex. 
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IH,,'ifi,'d in or,ll'r. 
.. f)ou),l{' ". {'i
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1'\0 ol'd"r" 1'
I'('utt'll for It.ss than $O.2:ï. 
Prints muunh.tI with .. Kodak Dry 
Iollntillg Tissue," no cllr]in
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}':.\d\ Per do.l.. 
$0.35 $3.00 
.50 5.00 
.75 
.50 5.00 


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11 x 1-1. on card 1.25 
1-1 x 17, on card 1.50 
Largl'r S17CS in proportiùno 


-114 X 6 1 2 , on card 
6' 2 X H';1, 011 card 
8 "\. 10 0 (In card 
Lantern Slides 


3 1 .. 
 5'.l Enlargetlll'nts, frotll l:Õ... x 2'.! J1eg.Ltin::5, (..Leh, UJ1mollJ1ted $0.15; 
J1lOunkd $0.16. 


Xo {'xtrl& (.hun.... for :o:,."il& Tonl's. 
lIIall I'xlrl& l'IlIarKI' fo:- duultll' ur triph. muunting. 
\\ïat're' tIlt' kind or p.lJH'r is nut sp"I'ifipd, WI' II'" our own judgw.>nt. 


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A speCImen photograph lllade \vith any Kodak (not larger 
than 4 x 5) ,,,ill be sent to any address In Canada upon receipt 
of four cents in stalnps: K o. 4A Folding I(odak, eight cents; No.4 
Panoranl I(odak, t\yenty cents. 
Tourists 
Travelers can always obtain fresh supplies of films at any of the 
following addresses: 



 

 


LormON .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ Kodak, Limited. Kingsway, W.C. 
60 Cheapside, E.C.; 115 Oxford Street, 'V.; 171-173 Regent Street. W.; 
40 Strand, W.c.; 59 Brompton Road, S.W.; 1 and 2 Gracechurch Street, E.C. 
LIVERPOOL . . _ . . . . _ . . . . . . . . Kodak, Limited, 96 Bold Street 
BIRMINGHAM _.. . . . . . . . . . . . Kodak, Limited, 45 Corporation Street 
NEWCASTLE ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kodak, Limited, 3.1 Grainger Street 
GLASGOW .... .... .. .... .... Kodak, Limited, 72-74 Buchanan Street 
DUBLIN .... .... .... .... .... Kodak, Limited, 89 Grafton Street 
PARIS .... Kodak Société Anonyme Française, Avenue de l'Opéra 5; Place Vendðme 4 
Boulevard des I taliens 9 
... Kodak Société Anonyme Française. Rue de la Republic 26 
. . . . . . . . Kodak Société Anonyme, Avenue du Tribunal Federa] 13 
.... .... Kodak Société Anonyme Française, Avenue dela Gare 34 
. . . . . . . . . . . . .. Kodak Sociedad Anonima ; Puerta del Sol 4 
Kodak Gesellschaft, m. b. H., Leipzigerstrasse 115-116; Unter den Linden 26 
Tauentzienstrasse 14 
.. .. .... Kodak, Limited, Rue de 1 'Ecuyer 36 
. . . . . . . . Kodak Aktieselskab, Ostergade 1 
.. Kodak Gesellschaft, m. b. H. 1 Kärntnerstrasse 16 
. . . Kodak, Limited, Bolschaia Konnuschenaia 19 
.. .. .... .... Kodak, Limited, Petrovka 15-16 
Kodak Società Anonima; Corso Vittorio Emanule 34 
.... Kodak Società Anonima; Corso Umberto 1, 399 
. . . . . . . . Kodak Società Anonima. Via Roma 288 
... Kodak Società Anonima; Piazza S. Marco 52 
. ........ Kodak Társaság K. f. 4 Vaci-utca 9 
Kodak (Egypt) Societé Anonyme, Rue Chérif Pacha 30 
. . . . . . . . . . . . Kodak (Egypt) S. A. Opera Square 
Kodak (South Africa). Limited, 92-96 St. George's Street 
Kodak (Australasia), Limited, 284 Collins Street 
Kodak (Australasia), Limited. 379 George Street 
Kodak (Australasia), Limited. 78 Queen Street 
Kodak (Australasia), Limited, 97 Rundle Street 
Kodak (Australasia), Limited, 9 Mercer Street 
Kodak, Limited, Cook's Building, Hornby Road 



 

 


LYONS 
LAUSANNE 
NICE 
MADRID 
BERLIN 


BRUSSEL.S . . . 
COPENHAGEN. . . . 
VIENNA . . . 
ST. PETERSBURG 
Moscow.... 
MILAN .. 
ROME .. 
NAPLES .... 
VENICE . . . . 
BUDAPEST . . . 
ALEXANDRIA... . 
CAIRO . . . . 
CAPE TOWN 
MELBOURSE.. . 
SYDNEY . . . 
BRISBANE . . . . 
ADELAIDE 
\VELLINGTON .. 
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T erll1S 
The prices in this catalogue are strictly net, except to regular 
dealers ,vho carry our goods In stock. For the convenIence of 
our custonlers ,ve reconlnlend that they nlake their purchases 
from a dealer 111 photographic goods, as by so doing they can 
save both tilHe and transportation charges. 
CAK
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