National Geographic : 1920 Jul
GRAFLEX CAUGHT-and in every detail. One can almost hear the smashing, tearing effort of bone and sinew. Graflex was not made for speed pictures alone. It is equally effective for making pictures of average subjects, with a certainty that is only possible the Graflex way-landscapes, marine views, birds and insect studies-fully timed negatives in light thought impossible for photography-pictures on cloudy or rainy days, indoor or outdoor portraits-through the whole gamut of subjects that have a trace of appeal. Eastman Kodak Company Folmer & Schwing Department Rochester, N. Y. Catalogue free at your Dealer'sor by mail. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"