The University of Texas at Austin
Camera and tripod
Identifier: TMC_0073
Title: Camera and tripod
Description: Black leather covered wooden box camera. Inside the box the camera has a brown leather bellows, a brown wooden body and brass trim. A label reads "W. WATSON & SONS 313 HIGH HOLBORN LONDON". The separate wooden tripod is collapsable. The camera support attachment on the tripod reads: "EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY ROCHESTER, NEW YORK" around edges. Central: BULLS EYE PATENTED AUG. 24, 1897. MADE IN U.S.A. Owned by Mr. Pope, an Englishman, who was the engineer for the first dam at Austin in 1885. Donated by Mr. L. H. Gruber.
State: Texas
Country: United States
Date: circa 1885-1900
Creator: W. Watson and Sons; Eastman Kodak Company
Source: UT Texas Memorial Museum Collection
Publisher: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Rights: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Box: UTA 0.118c SR 2.8 Bx 14A; SR 1.4 Bx 13B
Format: Box cameras
Size: Camera: 18.5 cm L x 17.3 cm W x 26.9 cm H
Other ID: TMM 237-1 A; TMM 237-1 B
Subject: Material culture--Texas--19th century