Cameras — Camera Heritage Museum Inc. Graflex Combat Camera Manufactured for the military in 1953 these cameras were very large, using film. Since the design looked like a giant Contax camera it was given the nickname "Gulliver's Contax".
Zeiss Ikoflex This beautiful camera, presented in 1934 and almost instantly nicknamed 'coffeecan', had a special mission: to beat the Rolleiflex , world's first TLR. In fact, it never doubled Rollei's success.
Army Signal Corps Kodak 35 rangefinder camera without the leather case and neck strap. This one has the nomenclature plate on front of the camera showing the serial number 3615 and dating the camera to
Plastic TLR made in the by the Herbert George Co. This is the same model used by Lee Harvey Oswald's wife to take the famous "backyard" photos of Lee, holding the rifle later used to assassinate John F.