Rochester Optical Co.

The Standard

Rochester Optical Co. Catalog, 1895, p. 14

4 x 5


5 x 7



 


Date Introduced: - ; Years Manufactured: c.1890-1899
Construction: back focus via push-pull; single or double swing; three-piece lens board; reversing by removable back; no gears
Materials: mahogany body; cherry bed; black fabric bellows; brass hardware varnish finish
Sizes Offered: 3x4; 4x5; 4x6; 5x7; 5x8; 6x8; 8x10
Notes: This is a rather compact and serviceable back focus model.

References:
Illustrated Catalogue of Photographic Apparatus, Rochester Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), June 1890, p. 6
Illustrated Catalogue of Photographic Apparatus,
Rochester Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), May 1891, p. 6
1893 Catalogue of Photographic Apparatus, Rochester Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), 1893, p. 10
American Annual of Photography and Photographic Times Almanac for 1893, The Scovill & Adams Co. (New York, NY), ads p. 104
1894 Catalogue of Photographic Apparatus, Rochester Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), 1894, p. 10
1895 Catalogue of Photographic Apparatus, Rochester Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), 1895, p. 14
1896 Catalogue of Photographic Apparatus, Rochester Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), 1896, p. 14
Catalogue of Photographic Apparatus, Rochester Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), May 1897, p. 14
Hand Cameras, Kodaks and Supplies, Robert Dempster (Omaha, NE), 1897, p. 41
Dept. 5: Photographic Lenses, Supplies, etc. 2nd ed.; Andrew J. Lloyd & Co. (Boston, MA), 1897, p. 46
Illustrated Price List of Photographic Goods,
George Murphy (New York, NY), April 1898, p. 20
Photographic Apparatus, Rochester Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), distributed by Horgan, Robey & Co. (Boston, MA), 1898, p. 12
Photographic Apparatus, Rochester Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), 1899, p. 14
Illustrated Catalogue No. 18,
L.M. Prince & Bros. (Cincinnati, OH), c. 1899, p. 33
 

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