Kodak Six-20 Bull's Eye 1938 - 1941

McKeown calls this camera "uncommon". I'd call it a good camera to bring to a fight. It's as hard as a stone.

The camera had an exposed roll of Verichrome in it.


If you're old and you look through your family photo albums you'll find some snow storm shots. The amount of snow that triggers the photographer depends on where he lives. Here's a shot of someone's 1959 or 1960 Chevy at Lawrence's Restaurant. The driver is loading up on home cooking, cut rate gifts, ice cream and a Pepsi.

Something like forty-five winters have passed since this snow fell on the old homestead.

On the far left you can see someone bent into the time-honored snow-shovel crouch. It's a great activity for back injuries and heart attacks. The car is moved to the end of the driveway so the shovel wielder can enjoy himself fully.