Folmer & Schwing Co., NY, NY

Date Introduced: – ; Years Manufactured:  c. 1915-1929
Construction: front and rear focus via rack and pinion (two gear tracks on top of base rails);  not reversible; three-piece lensboard
Materials: mahogany body; cherry base; black fabric bellows; brass hardware
Sizes Offered: 7×17; 12×20
Notes: unusual swinging lensboard designed to focus on a large seated group from the vantage point of a ladder.  This is a very substantially made camera.  Camera above is 12×20.  The camera was discontinued by the 1929 catalog.
Eastman Professional Apparatus Catalog, 1915
Professional Photographic Apparatus and Materials Catalogue No. 30Robey-French Co. (Boston, MA)c. 1915, p. 50
Eastman Professional Apparatus Catalog, 1917
Photographic Apparatus and SuppliesHirsch & Kaiser (San Francisco, CA)c. 1918, p. 32
Catalogue of Cameras, Kodaks, Lenses and Photographic Accessories, Central Camera Co. (Chicago, IL), 1919-1920, p. 32
Eastman Professional Apparatus Catalog, 1920
Eastman Professional Catalog 1923, p. 30
Eastman Professional Apparatus Catalog, 1925
Studio and Kodak Finishing Equipment CatalogZ.T. Briggs Photo Supply Co. (Kansas City, MOc. 1927, p. 60
No. 29 Illustrated Catalogue of Photographic Outfits and Supplies, Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc. (St. Louis, MO), May 1, 1929, p. 5
Professional Cameras and Sundries
Folmer Graflex Corporation (Rochester, NY)c. 1935, p. 18

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