Conley Camera Co., Rochester, MN

Date Introduced: – ; Years Manufactured: c. 1908 – c. 1912
Construction: front and rear focus via rack and pinion (two gear tracks on top of the base rails with diagonally cut gears); double swing; reversing by removable back;
Materials: mahogany wood body; cherry base; black keratol (leatherette) or maroon leather bellows; nickeled hardware
Sizes Offered: 5×7 (Conley View photos above); 6.5×8.5; 8×10 (Seroco View photo below)
Notes: The Conley Camera Co. was active c. 1900-1920s, and made cameras for Sears, Roebuck & Co. as well as under its own label.  Note that it was located in the Minnesota Rochester.  Basically the same camera as the Model B.W., but with different hardware. See Seroco View, Variation 1, the earlier Seroco View model.
Sears, Roebuck & Co. (Chicago, IL) Catalog, 1904
Cameras and Photographic Supplies, Sears, Roebuck & Co. (Chicago, IL) Catalog 159L 3rd Editionfrom Sears Catalog 118, c. 1908, p. 262 (as No. 1 Conley View Camera)
Cameras and Photographic Supplies, Sears, Roebuck & Co. (Chicago, IL) Catalog 159R 1st Edition, 1909, p. 38-39 (as Model B.S. Conley View Camera)
Conley Cameras for 1910, Sears, Roebuck & Co. (Chicago, IL) Catalog, 1910, p. 40-42 (as the Model B.S.)

Cameras, Silent Shutters and Photographic Accessories, Conley Camera Catalog, 1910, p. 24-25 (As Queen City View Camera, No. 38)

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