[Woodcliff-on-Hudson, N. J. Tripak Laboratories], [ca. 1910]. 24mo., 15 pp., illustrated. Stiff wrappers. Slight bump at the crown. Near fine. Item #30024
This short manual describes the "regular Tripak lantern slide camera," "compensating screens," exposure and development, solutions, various transparencies (including fish glue film), notes on lantern slides, lighting, etc.
Frederic Eugene Ives, the inventor of multiple photographic apparatus and processes, released the Kromskop color camera, his first color process in 1892. Over the years, he released multiple color processes, many short lived; the Tripak Color system is one of those.