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The '''Kookie Camera''' was made by the Ideal Toy Corporation, or Hollis, New York, in c.1968.
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The '''Kookie Camera''' was made by the Ideal Toy Corporation, of Hollis, New York, in c.1968.
 
It takes 1&frac34;-inch square photos on special paper, which are processed into positives in the camera.
 
It takes 1&frac34;-inch square photos on special paper, which are processed into positives in the camera.
  
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* {{McKeown}}, p.422.
 
* {{McKeown}}, p.422.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:25, 20 February 2013

The Kookie Camera was made by the Ideal Toy Corporation, of Hollis, New York, in c.1968. It takes 1¾-inch square photos on special paper, which are processed into positives in the camera.


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