Kirk Plastic Co.
Title: Kirk Stereo Camera
Date: [Production dates: ca. 1942]
Credit Line: Gift of Dr. Robert Kneisel
Accession Number: 2007.0038.0030
Description: The Kirk Stereo Camera was a basic stereoscopic camera made with a brown bakelite body. The photographer would use Kodachrome color slide film to make exposures that were relatively large considering the small frame of the camera. It had little exposure control, which led many users to make transparencies that appeared either too dark or too light.
Roll; 828, makes six stereo pairs
Place Made:United States