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[Alice Faye and Photographer with Lockheed 12A Electra Junior]

Cameras flea market old.

Photo tourists tourists photographer.

Surveillance state cameras monitoring.

Spying nsa privacy.

La daguerreotypomanie / Maurisset.

[Early foreign photographer in Yokohama]

[French photographer in old Yokohama]

Sam. A. Cooley, photographer Tenth Army Corps

L'intrépide Nadar

[Photography] / H.G. Webber del.

[Photographer and subject, in Yokohama, Japan]

Brown's landing, Rice Creek

General view of experiment track, background and cameras

[A photographing camera and back of electro-shutter]

Front of operating room in which are arranged parallel with track, 24 cameras at a distance of 12 inches from the center of each lens, and an electro-shutter in front of each

[A.K. Kuznetsov, standing inside greenhouse with a tripod-mounted camera, as seen through his reflected image in a mirrored sphere]

Group crossing footbridge with cameras

[Frances Benjamin Johnston on a balcony of the State, War and Navy Building with a tripod-mounted camera, photographing an unidentified man]

[Two men in high silk hats, one with Kodak camera, on the White House grounds, Washington, D.C.]

Group of photographers posing in a studio

A positive process from a negative result, "try yer funny bizness on us, will yer?"

A dark foreshading - on a flash picture, "Take us smilin' or we'll lay yer out!"

A dark foreshading - on a flash picture, "Take us smilin' or we'll lay yer out!"

[A photographer appears to be photographing himself in a photographic studio] / Wheeler, Berlin, Wis.

[Photographing Goldi shaman on the Amur River, north of Khabarovsk]

In the Rogue's Gallery

Puck Christmas / Harrison Fisher '98.

[Sightseers at Victoria Market, Kingston, Jamaica]

Miss Johnston & audience, Lake Como, Italy

[Interior of Frances Benjamin Johnston's studio at 1332 V St. NW, Washington, D.C., showing a large camera mounted on wheels]

[Archie Roosevelt photographing Quentin Roosevelt outdoors]

[The Brownies on Palawan]

The Brownies on Tawi Tawi

[3 children sighting box cameras]

[John Steel, full-length portrait, holding camera in a wooded area]

[Advertisement for Seneca Duo camera]

[Woman in canoe pointing camera]

[Photographers with cameras on steps]

[News photographers posed with cameras]

[Four unidentified photographers with cameras]

Wilbur Wright, Pau, France, 1909

[Unidentified photographers with cameras]

[Three men with cameras outside White House]

Herbert G. Ponting and his camera / H.G.P.

[Germany Schaefer, Washington AL (baseball)]

Officers of the Sherwood Foresters with captured helmets, cameras, etc

Boche prisoner, wounded and muddy, coming in on the 13th

[Francis Lincoln and Lucy Lee with a camera]

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - School of Photography - Different types of cameras for instruction purposes

Koo & Sze children

Miles Poindexter

Photography. Front and back of Kodak Bantam camera I

Old Executive Building (State, War, and Navy Building). Photographers and film cameras across from Old Executive Building

Kenep[?] at at Ain Farah

Photography. Front and back of Kodak Bantam camera II

[Newsreel cameramen with cameras at the Dempsey-Carpentier boxing match at Boyle's Thirty Acres, Jersey City, N.J.]

Edwards boy with movie cameras

[Group portrait of seventeen members of the White House News Photographers' Association, standing and squatting, facing front, with cameras]

[Group portrait of four members of the White House News Photographers' Association, standing, facing front, holding cameras]

Turkish girls no longer run from cameras and picture takers no longer fear irate Turk husbands As in New York ferryboats play over the waters of Constantinople and peanut shells, fruit skins and crying babies decorate the decks.

The battery of cameras. Here is the way the cameraman greeted Premier MacDonald at the Union Station, Washington, today upon his arrival to confer with President Hoover. This shot was made as the battery was "shooting" the Premier with Secretary of State Stimson

Into the open. Harry F. Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate faced a battery of cameras and flash guns as he stepped, a free man, from the District Jail, shortly after midnight, last night

Photography. Front and back of Kodak Bantam camera

Photography. View of camera from bottom

It must be the heat, Wash. D.C. Congressmen have been blinking into cameras since the opening of the session, Jan. 3, and now they have started "shooting" each other. This photograph shows, from the left, Rep. Gerald Boileau, Progressive of Wis.; Rep. Louis C. Rabaut, D. of Mich., and Rep. Paul Kvale, Farm-Labor of Minn. The Congressman with the candid camera was industriously banging away on the floor of the house when he was informed that he was breaking the rules. So he went outside, as the session was almost over anyway, 8/23/35

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, full-length portrait, standing in front of door, with camera, facing slightly left]

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1864-1952, half length, facing front, adjusting lens of large tripod camera, in front of the Arts Club, 2017 Eye Street, Washington, D.C.]

Testing airplanes lenses used in map making. Washington, D.C., May 6. Dr. F.E. Washer of the U.S. Bureau of Standards testing the lens for the airplane cameras that are used by the Army and Navy. There are lights in the rear of the columnmeters and exposures are made on the photographic plate in front of the doctor. The lens are tested for distortion, focal length, and definition. This work must be very exacting as a small error would make an error of many miles on the maps made by the aerial cameras, 5/6/1937

[Photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston standing beside her view camera preparing to take a photograph Biltmore Estate; her assistant Huntley Ruff is in the foreground and a motorbike is in the background]

[Photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston standing beside her view camera looking towards the Biltmore Estate mansion in the background]

MOVIES RECORD VISIT OF FIRST LADY AND WIFE OF TREASURY SECRETARY TO SELF HELP EXCHANGE. WASHINGTON, D.C., FEBRUARY 9. WHEN MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND MRS. HENRY MORGANTHAU TODAY VISITED THE SELF-HELP EXCHANGE HERE, MOVIE NEWS CAMERAS WERE ON HAND . FACING THE MOVIE PHOTOGRAPHER ARE MRS. MORGANTHAU AND MRS. ROOSEVELT. THEY CAME TO THE EXCHANGE TO SEE THE UNEMPLOYED EMPLOYABLES PRODUCE GOOD, BE PAID IN SCRIP AND BUY COMMUNAL ARTICLES FOR THEIR OWN USE

Du Page County Centennial--Centennial of the photo, and art exhibit--Clarendon Hills / Buczak.

Alf Landon, Repub. nominee for presidency in 1936, facing a battery of cameras when he arrived at White House for luncheon conference with Pres. Roosevelt

Photography exhibition Photographs by the W.P.A. Federal Art Project.

Naval Photography School instructor and students at NAS Pensacola

Naval Photography School students loading aerial camera on to a plane at NAS Pensacola

Victory Corps, tomorrow's defenders of liberty. Learning to operate their cameras, these members of the Washington High School Victory Corps in Los Angeles, are being trained for war work. To supply technical training in various skills relating to the war effort is the main object of Victory Corps organizations

Naval Photography School instructor and students at NAS Pensacola

Lt. Joe Steinmetz photographing a camellia bush at NAS Pensacola

Rodeo photographer Ralph Doubleday and his camera: Lakeland, Florida

Filmming of "On an Island with You," Anna Maria Island, Florida

[Samuel F.B. Morse, three-quarter-length portrait, seated, facing front, posed with a camera and glass plate negatives]

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, three-quarter length portrait, holding and looking down at camera, facing slightly left]

Robert Yarnall Richie with Mitchell Camera, Houston, Texas, at Shell Refinery

[Filming Actors at Table, Motion Picture Kitchen Set, Texas-Illinois Co.]

[Filming Actors at Table, Motion Picture Kitchen Set, Texas-Illinois Co.]

[Interior of L.C. Handy Studio, 494 Maryland Ave., SW, Washington, D.C., with view camera and copy stand set up in crowded conditions] / photograph by the Library of Congress.

Sarasota High School Sailor Circus acrobat Judy Laurent

Rich's department store, business in Knoxville, Tennessee. Cameras

Art McKee showing group the coral encrusted pistol he found - Plantation Key

Cameramen during filmming of "Wind Across the Everglades" on location in Everglades National Park

FSU students with snomwan - Tallahassee

[Man with cameras at Red Square, Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union / TOH.

Two unidentified men on opening day of the Legislature in Tallahassee, Florida

First Lady’s Press Secretary Pamela Turnure

Aerial view of Gasdynamics facility in 1964 and the 20 inch helium tunnel Part of the Thermal Protection Laboratory used to research materials for heat shield applications and for aerodynamic heating and materials studies of vehicles in planetary atmospheres.  This laboratory is comprised of five separate facilities: an Aerodynamic Heating Tunnel, a Heat Transfer Tunnel, two Supersonic Turbulent Ducts, and a High-Power CO2 Gasdynamic Laser. All these facilities are driven by arc-heaters, with the exception of the large, combustion-type laser. The arc-heated facilities are powered by a 20 Megawatt DC power supply. Their effluent gas stream (test gases; Air, N2, He, CO2 and mixtures; flow rates from 0.05 to 5.0 lbs/sec) discharges into a five-stage stream-ejector-driven vacuum system. The vacuum system and power supply are common to the test faciities in building N-238. All of the facilities have high pressure water available at flow rates up to 4, 000 gals/min. The data obtained from these facilities are recorded on magnetic tape or oscillographs. All forms of data can be handled whether from thermo-couples, pressure cells, pyrometers, or radiometers, etc. in addition, closed circuit T. V. monitors and various film cameras are available. (operational since 1962) ARC-1964-A-33038-22

[Portrait of photographer Alice Kandell, standing, half-length, with camera]

CAMERAS - GEMINI-TITAN (GT-3) - MSC

Handheld camera for use on Gemini 4 mission