No. 3 BUSTER BROWN 2 1 / 4 X 3.1 / 4 BOX CAMERA is a film camera on a roll film 120 The camera was produced in the years 1902-1906 by The Anthony & Scovill Co.. Binghamton. N.Y.
The camera is made of wood. Metallic elements of aperture and shutter are mounted to a wooden base. It has an adjustable aperture (up to 3 settings) and a shuttert with speed T and 1/10s.
Anthony has been active in the photographic industry since 1840, and Scovill since 1802. They merged in 1901, and in 1907. Abandoned the name derived from the names of the owners, and the further development of the company already operated under the name ANSCO. In 1928, the company merged with ANSCO, a German company Agfa.