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The Hall Camera Company of 14-18 Dunham Place, Brooklyn, New York manufactured cameras in the late 1900s and early 1910s. It ceased business before 1914, and subsequently sued the Eastman Kodak Company claiming that it had been driven out of business by unfair methods. The $750,000 suit was settled out of court in 1916.
- Hall Diamomd Camera, a box camera of 1908
- Hall Mirror Reflex Camera, a reflex camera of 1908
- Hall Mirror Camera, a metal relfex camera circa 1910
- Hall Pocket Camera, a $15 compact camera of 1912
- Hall Camera Company, Historic Camera History Librarium
- US Patent 832,970, "Camera" (PDF) from FreePatentsOnline.com issued Oct 9, 1906 to Edward Lander Hall.
- "Suit Against Kodak Co. Settled", New York Times, April 8, 1916.