Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, NY

Date Introduced: 1904  (as Century View No. 2); 1914 (as Eastman View Camera No. 2);
Years Manufactured: c.1914-1920
Construction: front and rear focus via rack and pinion (two gear tracks on top of base rails); double swing; reversing by removable back; three-piece lensboard
Materials: mahogany wood body; cherry base; black fabric bellows; brass hardware
Sizes Offered: 5×7, 6.5×8.5, 8×10, 7×11
Notes:  In the 1915 catalog, it is called “The Eastman View Camera No. 2, improved model of Empire State and Century No. 2”.   The Century #2, Century Camera Div., EKC was made from 1907-1915. From ~1916 to ~1922 it is the Eastman View Camera No. 2.  By 1923,  the Eastman No 2 has been replaced by the 2d.  Photos are of the 8×10 size (missing its top brace and rear extension).
Premo Cameras, Rochester Optical Division, Eastman Kodak Co., 1914, pp32-33
Eastman Professional Apparatus Catalog, 1915
Professional Photographic Apparatus and Materials Catalogue No. 30Robey-French Co. (Boston, MA)c. 1915, p. 48
Eastman Professional Apparatus Catalog, 1917
Premo Cameras for 1917, Rochester Optical Dept., Eastman Kodak Co., 1917, pp30-31
Premo Cameras, Rochester Optical Dept., Eastman Kodak Co., 1918, pp. 28-29
Photographic Apparatus and SuppliesHirsch & Kaiser (San Francisco, CA)c. 1918, p. 28-29
A Thousand and One Camera BargainsBass Camera Co. Catalog, 1919-1920p. 18
Catalogue of Cameras, Kodaks, Lenses and Photographic Accessories
, Central Camera Co. (Chicago, IL), 1919-1920, p. 35
Eastman Professional Apparatus Catalog, 1920
Catalogue No. 10 and Bargain Book No. 11 of Cameras, Kodaks, Lenses and Photographic Accessories, 1920-1921; Central Camera Co. (Chicago, IL), 1920, p.29