New York: Scovill Manufacturing Co., 1885. 8vo., 127 pp., fully illustrated from engravings. Bound with: LISTA DE PRECIOS DE CARTULINAS PARA FOTOGRAFÍAS DE LA FABRICA DE A.M. COLLINS, HIJO Y COMP. 1885. 43 pp., illustrated. Decorative paper wrappers. Front cover detached, spine paper chipped; otherwise very good. Item #29827
"The first main organizational change came to Scovill when in the late 1880s, the company decided to separate the photographic area from the rest of the company and establish it in New York City as the Scovill & Adams Company. The president, treasurer and manager of the new organization was Washington Irving Adams, who had been a director of Scovill and manager of the New York City business since 1878." (p. 162, IMAGES AND ENTERPRISE: TECHNOLOGY AND THE AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY, 1839 TO 1925, by Reese V. Jenkins, 1975.) Catalog of Scovill photographic supplies; text in Spanish for the Latin American market, with the priced catalogue of the A. M. Dean and Son Company, offering papers, mounts, mats, and other materials for presenting photographs. All texts in Spanish.
OCLC does not locate this nor any Scovill catalogue produced for the Latin American audience.