Brenda, I see you left a message for Kathy with your contact info in it. That may be best for a private email through the IAO system rather that on the comment wall which can be viewed publicly. Perhaps you can delete the post before google crawls the site and your personal email is out there on the interwebs for good. Be safe!
hey love to meet new people and make friends its part of the fun, i am a little bit further than califonia - i some times feel isolated a bit as when i am awake most of you are sleeping, i am in johannesburg south africa
glad you accepted my request and keep in touch - i have a very strange sense of humour but i can laugh at myself so dont mind if others do
The Kodak Bantam is a folding camera using Kodak's 828 film format (35mm film with only 1 perforation per image). It was a very compact camera, designed by the famous Walter Dorwin Teague. The basic model had a 1:12.5 Doublet lens and a single speed shutter. It appeared in 1935, together with another model that had a 1:6.3 lens and a rigid finder. Most Bantams were strut folders, but the F.8 model of 1938 had a rectangular pull-out lens tube instead. The luxurious Bantam Special was launched in 1936, and some other models appeared in 1938. Optical replacement finders were available for the models with rigid or metal frame finder. The Flash Bantam appeared in 1947. The Bantam RF of Arthur H Crapsey was added in 1953, not as new folder but as compact rigid body model for the advanced fan of the 28×40mm frame format. Other simpler rigid body viewfinder cameras followed, the Bantam Colorsnap series.
oh will do im going to a flea market tommrow in badgerville indiana near indianapolis by brown county there is a bunch of people who go sundays but no one goes on saturday so you should chrck it out sometime.
ya, #30 comes for me next month and my 11 year old niece asked me yesterday how old I was going to be and I told her. The Look of horror on her face almost scared me, then she proceded to say "Wow uncle Thommy, so when I'm your age you'll be dead huh." I didn't know weather to laugh or cry -- age is veiwed so differently throughout your life it seams...