Kodak No. 1A Autographic Jr. folding bellows camera. 116 roll film; image size 2 1/2 in. x 4 1/4 in. Bausch & Lomb lens; Kodak ball bearing shutter. These cameras were produced from 1914-1922. This one that I have is from 1917. More info and pics on this page.
Conley Kewpie No.2 wooden box camera (1915-1922). 120 Film. Rotating front disc with four apertures f/14, f/16, f/22, f/32. Shutter: Time and Instant. Has a unique side loading film cone as opposed to most box cameras that load from the front or back. Conley Camera Company, Rochester, Minnesota (Marketed by Sears, Roebuck & Co.).
"Clff House and Seal Rocks, San Francisco, Cal. U.S.A." Original 1901 stereoview card. The elaborate Cliff House and Seal Rocks as seen from Sutro Gardens, San Francisco, 1901. Built in 1896 by Adolf Sutro, the Cliff House was a seven story Victorian Chateau (called by some "the Gingerbread Palace") below his estate on the bluffs of Sutro Heights overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The Cliff House survived the 1906 earthquake with little damage but burned to the ground in 1907. Original prints (Keystone View Company).
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