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Photographic printing machine; trade name “Bromograph” Length 30”, width 16”, height 49”. Used for multiple developing and printing of photographs from one negative onto a continous roll of paper (SB).

Photographic printing machine; trade name “Bromograph” Length 30”, width 16”, height 49”. Used for multiple developing and printing of photographs from one negative onto a continous roll of paper (SB).

Summary

Object No.

H7913

Object Statement

Photographic printing machine; trade name "Bromograph" Length 30", width 16", height 49". Used for multiple developing and printing of photographs from one negative onto a continous roll of paper (SB).

Physical Description

Photographic printing machine; trade name "Bromograph" Length 30", width 16", height 49". Used for multiple developing and printing of photographs from one negative onto a continous roll of paper (SB).

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Paximos, A, 1966

Acquisition Date

23 March 1966

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photographic printing machine; trade name "Bromograph" Length 30", width 16", height 49". Used for multiple developing and printing of photographs from one negative onto a continous roll of paper (SB). 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 August 2019, <https://ma.as/249432>

Wikipedia

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