I am looking for early 35mm cameras, original literature, or copies of original literature, especially
Multi-Exposure Simplex 1914
Tourist Multiple 1914
Jules Richard Homeos
Ansco Memo (orig literature only)
For those who care, I'm as sure as I reasonably can be that the Multi-Exposure Simplex, not the Tourist Multiple, was indeed the first commercially sold 35mm still camera. In 1914 that funny looking camera next to the Leica prototype replica was the first commerically sold 24x36 only format camera -- eleven years before the first Leica A was sold to the public! It was designed, manufactured, and sold to the public in that sleepy little german village called New York City. Rudely having their sales plans interrupted by WWI, neither camera's production survived the conflict.
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