Catalogue No. 10 of Cameras, Photographic Apparatus and Supplies, Burke & James (Chicago, IL), dated 1906-1907, ~6"x9", 256pp
Burke & James was reportedly founded in 1897, hence their 10th catalog in 1906-1907. Ansco products are featured, as well as B&J's own house brands, Ideal and Ingento. The view cameras appear to have been manufactured by Seneca, and marketed by B&J. In the Ninth Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois, dated 15 Dec 1901, p. 128, under Portraits, Artists' Specialties, Art Novelties, Burke & James is listed at 109-111 Wabash Ave., and having 54 total employees, 36 males >16, 14 females >16, and 4 females <16. They are the largest photographic firm in Chicago at the time.