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1924 – 1950
Collection contains [John Capstaff/Dennen--home movies], primarily scenes of domestic and recreational activities in Rochester, New York, and family trips to Maine (Lake Sebago), New Hampshire, Yellowstone Park, and California. Collection also includes stereoscopic glass slides, Castle Films: "World Parade: Escape in Canada," and Kennel Kings: "The Morris and Essex Dog Show at Madison, NJ."
John G. Capstaff was in charge of the photographic division at the Kodak Research Laboratories during the early twentieth century. Capstaff's processing experiments at Kodak were instrumental in the development of Kodak's first amateur 16 mm camera, the Cine'-Kodak.
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