The Spartus Full-Vue - 1948-1960

Pedestrian and unremarkable. The Full-Vue is typical of the parade of

cheap "TLR's" of the fifties. The deco-ish paint and textured finish do

little to hide its mundane soul.

This particular Full-Vue contained a roll of Kodacolor-X.


Dogs do smile. This one is delighted to be part of this photo session. He's looking

at his master and thinking "isn't this great ?"
















"Let's take another one, in case the first one doesn't come out."

Those are sensible shoes dad's wearing. I'd have refused to pay the electrician for that hideous wiring job. I assume that's a stogie in the pumpkin's smiling face.

Even massive camera movement can't hide the pumpkin pride evident here.