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|photography related industry in Rochester (New York)|
|American Camera | Bausch & Lomb | Blair | Century | Crown Optical Co. | Elgeet | Folmer & Schwing | Gassner and Marx | Graflex | Gundlach | Ilex | JML | Kodak | Milburn | Monroe | PMC | Ray | Reichenbach, Morey and Will | Rochester Camera and Supply Co. | Rochester Optical Co. | Seneca | Sunart | Walker | Wollensak|
|and in Rochester (Minnesota)|
| graflex.org - Rudolf Kingslake's|
"Optical industry in Rochester (N.Y.)"
The Blair Camera Co. was an American camera maker based in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1879 it was Blair Tourograph Co., named after a camera type introduced in 1878. In 1890 it bought another Boston-based camera maker, the Boston Camera Company. From this company it took over the "Hawk-Eye" box camera series. In 1899 Blair became a division of Kodak. It was relocated to Rochester, New York, the home of Kodak. First the Hawk-Eye cameras were continued by Blair, later the camera type name was reused by Kodak for several later camera types.
- Hawk-Eye Detective Camera
- Stereo Hawk-Eye
- Weno No.7 Hawk-Eye
- Weno No.5 Hawk-Eye
- Weno Stereo Camera
- No. 3 B Folding Hawk-Eye
- Blair Camera Listing at Historic Camera
- Blair view cameras at Field Cameras of the United States: 1879-1930 
- Rare 1883 Blair Advertising Envelope
- Blair's Hawk-Eye Detective camera at Scott's Photographica 
- Stereo Hawk-Eye Mod. 3 and 4 of Blair Camera Division at BoxCameras.com 
- Blair patents
- Blair Weno Stereo at Sylvain Halgand's www.collection-appareils.fr