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  Kodak Scout Cameras

Kodak Scout Cameras were a manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from 1929 to 1934. Three versions were made, one for the each of the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Camp fire Girls. It was able to take 1 5/8 x 2 1/2 inch images on 127 roll film.

The Boy Scout is olive drab in color with green bellows and the official boy scout emblem engraved on the bed. The words BOY SCOUT, are located on the shutter face.

The Girl Scout camera is a bright green vest pocket camera with green bellows. the Girl Scout emblem is engraved on the front door and the words GIRL SCOUT located on the shutter face

The Camp fire girls camera is a brown vest pocket camera with brown bellows. the Cam fire Girls emblem is engraved on the front door and the words CAMP FIRE GIRLS KODAK located on the shutter face. This is a rare camera.

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