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The American Camera Manufacturing Company was established in Northborough, Massachusetts in 1895 by Thomas Henry Blair after he left his previous company, Blair Tourograph & Dry Plate Co in 1892. Shortly after the opening, in 1897 American Camera was sold to George Eastman. It continued to operate under the same name until about 1904-1908 when it became the American Camera Division of the Eastman Kodak Co.
There was another American Camera Company in Northboro, Massachusetts which main purpose was to market products manufactured by the American Camera Manufacturing Company.

American Camera cameras: Years of manufacture:
American Junior 1904   Photo
American Senior 1904   Photo
Buckeye special c1897  
Folding Poco No.14 1904   Photo
Folding Poco No.15 c1904   Photo
Folding Poco No.16 c1904   Photo
Folding Poco No.17 c1904   Photo
Folding Poco No.18 c1904   Photo
Folding Poco No.19 c1904   Photo
No.1 Buckeye c1904   Photo
No.1 Tourist Buckeye 1895   Photo
No.2 Buckeye c1899-1908   PhotoRarity indexCollection
No.3 Buckeye c1895-1904   Photo
No.4 Buckeye c1895-1904  
No.5 Buckeye 1904   Photo
No.6 Buckeye 1904  
No.7 Buckeye c1895-1904  
No.8 Buckeye c1895-1904   Photo
Pocket C Poco c1904  
Poco c1904   Photo

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