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Myrtle Cook of Canada (left) Winning a Preliminary Heat in the Women's 100 Metre Race at the VIIIth Summer Olympic Games Amsterdam, Netherlands
Kodak Canada Inc.
Phil Edwards of Canada Competing in the Men's 1500 Metre Race at the VIIIth Summer Olympic Games Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Kodak Canada Inc.
- F 125.001.01
Part of Robert B. Scott fonds
File contains 2 copies of the paper "Theatrical Space from the Stone Age to the Space Age" that was presented at the International Conference of Theatre and Television September 1 - 7 Hilversum, The Netherlands. The conference was sponsered by the International Federation for Theatre Research in co-operation with NOS Dutch Broadcasting Corporation. Included with the paper are a CD and slides of photographs referenced in the paper. The paper was later published in the conference proceedings.
Also in the file is correspondence, photographs, souvenir postcards, conference program, and other materials related to the Hilversum conference.
- [ca. 1850-1992]
File consists of stereographs depicting structures, famous locations, and scenes in the Netherlands, such as hotels, docks, and the Hague.
6 stereoscopic photographs by Keystone View Co.
1 stereoscopic photograph by Kilburn Brothers, in association with James M. Davis
2 stereoscopic photographs by J.F. Jarvis
1 stereoscopic photograph by H.C. White Co.
1 stereoscopic photograph by J. J. Killelea & Co.
1 stereoscopic photograph by Universal Photo Art Co.
6 stereoscopic photographs by unidentified publishers
- [ca. 1980]
Part of Heritage Camera Collection
Item is a specialty camera manufactured by CAMBO B.V at Kampen in the Netherlands. Designed specifically for passport photographs, the cameras took 4 instant images at once. The front plate holds four identical Cambonar lenses, all with apertures from f 8. to f 32, and a focal length of 125mm. The individual or (optionally )coupled shutters allow exposures from : B, 1/50, and 1/ 100 of a second. The back with a fine mat screen allows focusing by moving the lens board with all 4 lenses by a precise rack and pinion drive, which can be arrested by a separate screw. The mat screen can be lifted to allow inserting of a standard Polaroid film holder for 4x5 professional film. The photographer could expose all four lenses together or every one separately. The individual fields on the back measure each 55 x59 mm. A flash sync terminal and a socket for a cable release were included.