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Date
1900 – 1920
Material
carbon, paper
Catalogue Number
104.41.1001 a-i
Description
8 black carbon rods in box; (a - g); ca 30.6 long, 1.0 diameter; (h) ca 30.6 long, 1.3 diameter;printed on rod: "National trade mark Photographic white flame cored" made inU.S.A. 390" 671; (i) corrugated cardboard box 31.6 x 10.5 x 6.5; withmanufacturer's label "Macbeth Arc Lamp Co."
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Title
Arc Lamp Carbons
Date
1900 – 1920
Material
carbon, paper
Description
8 black carbon rods in box; (a - g); ca 30.6 long, 1.0 diameter; (h) ca 30.6 long, 1.3 diameter;printed on rod: "National trade mark Photographic white flame cored" made inU.S.A. 390" 671; (i) corrugated cardboard box 31.6 x 10.5 x 6.5; withmanufacturer's label "Macbeth Arc Lamp Co."
Subject
photography
Byron Harmon
Credit
Gift of Don Harmon, Banff, 1966
Catalogue Number
104.41.1001 a-i
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Date
1930 – 1940
Material
metal; glass; skin
Catalogue Number
104.41.1064
Description
One Jhagee Exakta SLR 35mm with a leather case. This metal camera is built for a left-handed user.
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Title
Camera
Date
1930 – 1940
Material
metal; glass; skin
Description
One Jhagee Exakta SLR 35mm with a leather case. This metal camera is built for a left-handed user.
Subject
Byron Harmon
photography
Credit
Gift of Jim Davies, Banff, 1991
Catalogue Number
104.41.1064
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Date
1942
Material
metal; paint; plastic
Catalogue Number
104.41.1166
Description
A silver-coloured metal tripod with adjustable, telescoping legs that are screwed onto a metal base covered with black plastic; this, in turn, is connected to a flat metal base that has a place to screw the camera on and also a metal arm with a faux tortoise-shell plastic handle. The bottoms of the…
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Title
Camera Tripod
Date
1942
Material
metal; paint; plastic
Dimensions
67.0 x 7.3 cm
Description
A silver-coloured metal tripod with adjustable, telescoping legs that are screwed onto a metal base covered with black plastic; this, in turn, is connected to a flat metal base that has a place to screw the camera on and also a metal arm with a faux tortoise-shell plastic handle. The bottoms of the legs have hard black, plastic tips and the top of the base, which is covered in black hard plastic, has the manufacturer’s name in white script, but is indiscernible.
Subject
hobbies
photography
business
Byron Harmon
Credit
Gift of Lorne James, North Vancouver, 2006
Catalogue Number
104.41.1166
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Date
prior to 1950
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
104.41.1067
Description
Metal press with handle, electrical cord (220). Three brass hinged mounting plates, 3 sizes.
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Title
Dry Mounting Press
Date
prior to 1950
Material
metal
Description
Metal press with handle, electrical cord (220). Three brass hinged mounting plates, 3 sizes.
Subject
photography
Byron Harmon
Credit
Gift of Don Harmon, Banff, 1994
Catalogue Number
104.41.1067
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Date
1903 – 1930
Material
metal; wood
Catalogue Number
104.43.1006 a,b
Description
Two engraving plates and accompanying hardware (screws and nuts). Each plate has “POST CARD” and other words with the letters reversed and in relief.
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Title
Engraving Plate
Date
1903 – 1930
Material
metal; wood
Description
Two engraving plates and accompanying hardware (screws and nuts). Each plate has “POST CARD” and other words with the letters reversed and in relief.
Subject
photography
Byron Harmon
souvenirs
Credit
Gift of Don Harmon, Banff, 1966
Catalogue Number
104.43.1006 a,b
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Date
1897 – 1915
Material
wood, brass, cloth, glass
Catalogue Number
104.41.1021 a-c
Description
Enlarging view camera with two backs; mahogany wood construction; rubberized cloth bellows; some brass fittings;front piece rides on track; brass knob on side moves lens mounting plate; 2 pieces for tracks tightening wood knob; slots for glass plates behind hinged door; one plate clear glass, one p…
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Title
Enlarging Camera
Date
1897 – 1915
Material
wood, brass, cloth, glass
Dimensions
61.0 x 56.4 x 46.0 cm
Description
Enlarging view camera with two backs; mahogany wood construction; rubberized cloth bellows; some brass fittings;front piece rides on track; brass knob on side moves lens mounting plate; 2 pieces for tracks tightening wood knob; slots for glass plates behind hinged door; one plate clear glass, one plate frosted glass; large slot for backs to slide in; two backs: one 42.3 x 33.1; other 59.9 x 41.9; the smaller back has two black slides, sheet frosted glass, cardboard divider; larger back has an area in centre with piece of glass with clips; carpet nailed around edges of slot and also perimeter of back piece; manufacturer's name plate loose.
Subject
photography
Byron Harmon
Credit
Gift of Don Harmon, Banff, 1966
Catalogue Number
104.41.1021 a-c
Images
Less detail

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