Photography2017-03-30T20:22:21+00:00

Project Description

Photography has changed a great deal since it’s invention in the 19th century. Show the children original tin types and negatives. Try to explain what film was used for!

I.1:
Zenith-B 35ml SLR Camera

I.2:
Toy Camera With Bellows

I.3:
Toy Camera With Color Filters

I.4:
Lens With Color Filters

I.5:
Cardboard Camera Obscura

I.6:
No. 2 Kodak Brownie Camera

I.7:
Rolls of 35ml film

I.8:
Kodak Movie Camera with box

II.1:
Click

II.2:
Take A Look Around

II.3:
Dorothea Lange

II.4:
Camera-A History of Photography

II.5:
Backseat Buckaroo

III.1:
Stereoscope

III.2a:
Without Sereoscopic Effect

III.2b:
With Stereoscopic Effect

IIII.2c:
Grand Falls Of Yellowstone River

III.2d:
Bushes, Wellesley MA

III.2e:
Children’s Tea Party

III.2f:
Daisy Field

III.2g:
Man At Wisconsin Dells

III.2h:
Niagara Ice Cave Under The Horseshoe Fall

III.3.a, b, c:
Tintype, Magnet, Ambrotype

III.4:
Round Metal Button Of A Man

III.5:
Two Carte-De-Visite

III.6a:
Photograph Of School Group

III.6b:
Photograph Of Woman (Margaret Salton)

III.7:
Glass Plate Negative Of Man In Landscape

III.8:
Glass Plate Positive Of Six Men And Train

III.9:
Info On Using A Stereoscope

III.10:
Daguerreotype Of Boy And Dog

III.11.:
Kineticard

IV.:
Display Plaque

IV.3:
Orange Binder With Info

V. 1-25:
Black Boards With Various Techniques

VI.1:
 2C Autographic Kodak Jr

VI.2:
Argus 4.5 Anastigmat Camera And Case

VI.3:
Kodak Duaflex III Camera In Case (Front View)

VI.4:
Kodak Instamatic X-15 No Case

VI.5:
Polaroid Colopack II Camera With Case, Manuals, Bulbs

VI.6:
Kodak Hawkey Flashfun Camera With Film

VI.7:
DeJur Citation Eight MM Movie Camera And Case

VI.7a:

Movies The World On Film

VI.8:
Escot Slide Viewer With Box