A Kodak circular snapshot photograph of Montague Place, London, taken by an unknown photographer in 1888. The photograph is taken from the balcony of 11 Montague Place.
A Kodak circular snapshot photograph of Montague Place, London, taken by an unknown photographer in 1888.
The photograph is taken from the balcony of 11 Montague Place with the Kodak camera - a simple, leather-covered wooden box designed for amateur use, which produced circular snapshots two and a half inches in diameter. The camera was sold pre-loaded with film, when the whole film had been exposed the camera was sent back to Kodak who developed it, returning the prints and the reloaded camera.
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- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
- National Science and Media Museum
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