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George Hare (1825-1913) was employed by Thomas Ottewill, helping to manufacture cameras. At some point he left the company, and established his own company G. Hare around 1857. His son, Jimmy, was helping him until 1879, then he left the business, moved to USA and became a well-known photographer. The company slowly dissolved by 1911.

Hare cameras: Years of manufacture:
Cabinet Portrait c1860s  
Cartes-De-Visite c1860s  
Improved Kinnear c1858-1869  
Improved Pocket c1880s   Photo
Improved Portable Bellows c1880s   Photo
Improved Portable Bellows Binocular c1880s  
New Camera c1890s   Photo
New Patent c1880s-1890s   Photo
New Universal c1871  
Patent 1882  
Pocket c1870s   Photo
Portable Bellows c1878  
Portable Binocular 1860   Photo
Sandham c1890   Photo
Sliding Box (Maharajah) c1875   Photo
Sliding Box (Tropical) c1860s   Photo
Stereo (early) c1860s  
Stereo (sliding board) c1864   Photo
Stereo (sliding rear) c1880   Photo
Stereo Camera c1860-1870s   Photo
Studio (Universal) c1864-1880s  
Tailboard Camera c1870s   Photo
Tourist Camera c1865  
Tourist Camera Stereo c1880s  

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