Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly — 1907 (Heft 17)

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Fulton Street


(new address)

The new store is just a few yards east
of Broadway, and has more than double
the floor area of the old location.
The most modern appliances for develop-
ing and printing have been installed, which
means better and quicker work than ever
before.
All the latest photographic novelties, and
a complete line of Kodaks and Cameras

are kept in stock, besides a full assortment
of printing papers and films always fresh.
The mail-order department is a special
feature. They are ready to take care of
orders from all parts of the globe, and render
the best possible service.
Their 68-page illustrated handbook, also
catalogues of Cameras and Lenses, will be
mailed free on request.

(Send for Photo Newspaper— DOWN-TOWN TOPICS —free)

The Obrig Camera Co.
147 Fulton St. New York City
Telephone, No.4704 Cortlandt

The
Platinotype
The winner of the Goerz Cup at
Niagara Falls at the recent conven-
tion was John Garo, of Boston,who
thus carries off the coveted honor
a second time. His winning print
was a gem of tone-quality, and
well deserved the recognition given
it. — From “ Photo Beacon."
This winning print was made on
our TT Sepia paper
Send for circular and sample print on our
new JAPINE paper
Willis & Clements
Philadelphia, Pa.

BINDINGS FOR
CAMERA WORK
AS DESIGNED BY
MESSRS. ALFRED STIEGLITZ
AND EDUARD J. STEICHEN
High-class Binding of all descrip-
tions. Photographs Mounted and
Bound in Album Form, etc., etc.
OTTO KNOLL
743 LEXINGTON AVENUE, NEW
YORK, N.Y. Telephone 1810 Plaza

Seymour Company
Fine Book and
Pamphlet Papers

76 Duane Street, New York
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