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A.C. Jackson was a British camera maker in the late 19th and early 20th century. It worked as a subcontractor for various resellers, and did not publish its own advertisements.[1] It made the Ilex cameras in the early 1900s. In March 1904, the company was absorbed by Houghtons and the production of the Ilex cameras was taken over by the latter.[2] It is said that Mr. A.C. Jackson continued to manage the factory in Hackney (a borough of London).[3]

Notes Edit

  1. Channing and Dunn, p.62.
  2. Channing and Dunn, pp.54–5 and 62.
  3. Channing and Dunn, p.62.

Bibliography Edit

  • Channing, Norman and Dunn, Mike. British Camera Makers. An A-Z Guide to Companies and Products. London : Parkland Designs, 1996. ISBN 0-9524630-0-8 Pp.61–2.

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