Don't know if this post belongs in here but I couldn't think of any other forum to put it in. I inherited an awesome camera today called the Mandel-Ette Postcard Camera. Apparently street photographs used to use this camera back in the 1910's for making direct positive prints. I reached inside of the camera and low and behold there was the original postcards (photographic paper) in there!!! Just wondering if anyone has any advice about what I should do with this thing or if anyone has any more information on it. I doubt taking photos with it would work since the emulsion is almost 100 years old. Even if I could, I would have no idea where to start in terms of the cameras aperture, the speed of the paper (if it has one), and what to develop in. Anyway, any input or comments would be great!