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The '''Kookie Camera''' was made by the Ideal Toy Corporation, of Hollis, New York, in c.1968.
 
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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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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