National Geographic : 1954 Sep
+ London, 1890, as Seen by the Kodak Fred Church, a patent attorney, took these snap shots on a business trip to Europe with Eastman. SChurch was armed with the No. 2 Kodak camera, using the new nitrocellulose film introduced the previ ous year. Like its prede cessor, this camera took round pictures. This view shows Trafalgar Square. All photographs on this page are from the Eastman House collection. Tourists, Then and Now, 4 Snapped the Eiffel Tower Kodak camera No. 2 was slightly larger than the No. 1 model (opposite page), and its pictures were bigger. This snapshot is reproduced nearly actual size, 32 inches in diameter. The camera made 60 snapshots without reloading. h + Belles Stroll at Monte Carlo Church "Kodaked" strangers, such as these unidentified women, but he rarely pointed the camera at his boss. The photographic pioneer was a reticent man and shunned publicity. Though Eastman's name was world-famous, he often walked the streets of Rochester unrecognized.