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    Quote Originally Posted by jp80874 View Post
    I was just talking to Peter, asking if he would post some of the 8x10s he has taken down in the Flats. He says he will and mentioned his new interest. He has collected a few Carlton Watkins stereo photos from the 1800s. He says he will bring them, but he doesn’t have a viewer. Does anyone have a stereo viewer they could bring for some gentle Show & Tell?

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    I can bring mine if you would like.
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    Grab bag! Somebody unloaded part of their darkroom on me, and I have a few small things available. The price is right on all of these, and if anybody wants the stuff, I will bring it this weekend.

    Brumberger paper safe - an 8x10 papers safe with a roll-top door. It is about 10 inches tall and has several compartments.

    Speed-E-Zels - 4x5, 5x7, and 8x10, all in dire need of cleaning, but they look usable

    4-in-1 easel - this is a double sided thing that is 8x10 on one side, and 2x3 (?), 4x5, and 5x7 on the other. It is magnetic so the underside doesn't fall or drag around.

    Magnasight grain focuser - has seen better days

    GrayLab 525 timer with foot switch - this appears to be far and away the newest thing in the lot. Don't know if it works.

    Let me know,

    -- Mark

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    Anyone have some empty 16x20 paper boxes they can spare?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bannow View Post
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    I can bring mine if you would like.
    Thanks Jeff. Peter said he would be posting pictures of the Flats. Hopefully he will see your post and say yes or no. I don't know anything about them.

    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee L View Post
    I have something that might work http://www.berezin.com/3d/cardview.htm , but it's increasingly likely that I won't make it. I'll see what I can do.

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    That is pretty neat. Never saw one like that. Hope you can make it.

    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by mfohl View Post
    Grab bag! Somebody unloaded part of their darkroom on me, and I have a few small things available. The price is right on all of these, and if anybody wants the stuff, I will bring it this weekend.

    Brumberger paper safe - an 8x10 papers safe with a roll-top door. It is about 10 inches tall and has several compartments.

    Speed-E-Zels - 4x5, 5x7, and 8x10, all in dire need of cleaning, but they look usable

    4-in-1 easel - this is a double sided thing that is 8x10 on one side, and 2x3 (?), 4x5, and 5x7 on the other. It is magnetic so the underside doesn't fall or drag around.

    Magnasight grain focuser - has seen better days

    GrayLab 525 timer with foot switch - this appears to be far and away the newest thing in the lot. Don't know if it works.

    Let me know,

    -- Mark
    Thanks Mark for the generous offer.

    John
    "If you want to be famous, you must do something more badly than anybody in the entire world." Miroslav Tichı

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bannow View Post
    Anyone have some empty 16x20 paper boxes they can spare?
    How many do you need? I have a few. I'll try to figure how many i want to keep. Any preference, Kodak or Kentmere? The Kodak are much more heavy duty.

    I didn't check whether the Kodak were film or paper boxes come to think of it. I got a surprise reaction one day when I took prints in to U Akron for critique. I used a 16x20 Kodak film box. One of the teachers who shoots 4x5
    said, "Wow, that is really intimidating."

    John
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    This is really what I hoped this thread would turn out to be. Not only are we all getting together, but we are asking and giving help to all. That is my idea of how it should be. Thank you all.

    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by jp80874 View Post
    How many do you need? I have a few. I'll try to figure how many i want to keep. Any preference, Kodak or Kentmere? The Kodak are much more heavy duty.

    I didn't check whether the Kodak were film or paper boxes come to think of it. I got a surprise reaction one day when I took prints in to U Akron for critique. I used a 16x20 Kodak film box. One of the teachers who shoots 4x5
    said, "Wow, that is really intimidating."

    John
    I would gladly take whatever you're willing to part with, film or paper boxes.

    Thanks John!
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    Stereoviewer

    This is exactly it.
    Thanks Jeff
    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bannow View Post
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    I can bring mine if you would like.



 

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