Gundlach-Manhattan Optical Co.

Date Introduced: – ; Years Manufactured: c. 1915-1930’s
Construction: rear focus via rack and pinion (two gear tracks on top of base rails); double swing; reversing by removable back; three-piece lensboard;
Materials: walnut-stained cherry body and base, black leatherette bellows (leather optional); nickeled hardware
Sizes Offered: 5×7 (illustrated); 6.5×8.5; 8×10
Notes: canvas case. Not offered as late as 1915
Korona Cameras, Gundlach-Manhattan Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), 1915, p. 24-25
Catalogue of Cameras, Kodaks, Lenses and Photographic Accessories, Central Camera Co. (Chicago, IL), 1919-1920, p. 37
Korona Cameras, Gundlach-Manhattan Optical Co. Catalog, May 1, 1920, pp. 16-17
Photographic Lenses and Korona Cameras
, Gundlach-Manhattan Optical Co. Catalog #22, c. 1920’s, p. 42-42
Catalogue No. 10 and Bargain Book No. 11 of Cameras, Kodaks, Lenses and Photographic Accessories, 1920-1921; Central Camera Co. (Chicago, IL), 1920, p.34
Photographic Lenses and Korona Cameras, Gundlach-Manhattan Optical Co. Catalog No. 25, 1925, p. 40
Studio and Kodak Finishing Equipment CatalogZ.T. Briggs Photo Supply Co. (Kansas City, MO)c. 1927, p. 55 (as the Briggs Home Portrait Outfit, 8×10; camera, Korona Folding Studio Stand, 8×10 Series II Velostigmat lens in Betax, 8×10 and 5×7 backs and canvas case; deluxe outfit in dark finish, and with sliding back)
Korona Cameras, Gundlach-Manhattan Optical Co. (Rochester, NY), 1930
Photographic Supplies, Burke & James, Inc. (Chicago), Catalog #250, 1931, p. 26 (As The Rexo Home Portrait Camera)
Photographic Materials, Mail Order Catalog No. 131, 
George Murphy, Inc. (New York, NY), April 1931, p. 31
Cameras, Lenses, Equipment
, Gundlach Manufacturing Co. Catalog No. 32, c. 1932, p. 32
Catalogue No. 42 of Cameras, Kodaks, Lenses and Photographic Accessories 1932-33, Central Camera Co. (Chicago, IL), p. 43

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