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  • Kelly Williams

    Camera Bookend $99

  • Jeanne Bowman Yakel

    Eastman Kodak Brownie Camera Bookends - $99.00. Talk about nostalgia: the Kodak Brownie camera that George Eastman created takes you back to those days when taking a picture actually required film. Named after the popular cartoon creature that Palmer Cox created, the Kodak Brownie debuted in 1900 and democratized photography–– it was affordable, a snap to use, and small. We've recast a 1937 Brownie model into an ultra-sturdy bookend. It now supports the quaint old custom of reading printed books. A portion of each sale benefits the nonprofit Eastman House museum, which houses an original of this twentieth-century icon. * Bookend replica of a 1937 Kodak Brownie camera * From the original housed in the George Eastman House museum * A portion of each sale benefits the nonprofit Eastman House * Resin finished in bronze * 31/2W x 5 3/4D x 7 1/4H * 3 pounds Every Levenger bookend tells a story, and you'll find them all in our Collector's Guide to Levenger Bookends, which features both current and retired designs. to order 1. enter quantity 2. ship to Me Other Enter a nickname, like "Mom" or "Jen" We'll ask for shipping information at checkout. For multiple shipments, $5.00 will be added for each additional shipping address. 3. add gift note Send a FREE gift note with this item.

  • Becca Lovvorn Ryan

    awesome bookend - makes me think of @Stephanie Sperber, @Shaina Corbin, and @Mallory Avery :)

  • Wendi Riggens Photography

    We need bookends for our office, and I have several of these olds cameras and would love to do this, but can't figure out how to make them stand up like this!

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