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Kodak no. 2A folding autographic Brownie in cardboard box, with instruction books [realia] / Eastman Kodak Company
Bib ID 883697
Format ObjectObject [realia]
Author
Eastman Kodak Company
 
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Description [ca. 1925] 
1 camera : leatherette-covered metal body, chrome fittings and glass lens ; 20 cm. 
Notes

Presented by W.D. Thorn, 1982.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-135508003

A40003469.

Subjects Cameras.  |  Object -- Camera equipment.
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Kodak number twoA folding autographic Brownie in cardboard box with instruction books

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