The Kodak Film Tank 1907-1920 was a two-part system designed for 'daylight' film development. The wooden box was used to spool the film in preparation for development in the cylindrical nickel tank.
The Eastman Kodak Film Developing Tank. 1907-1920
Cylindrical nickel tank used with the wooden Film tank. 1907-1920
Kodak Portrait attachment,(early 1900s) for portraits and close
range photography, subjects must be placed at 3.5 feet away. Designed
for the No2 Box Brownie, No 3 Box Brownie, No 2 & 3 Box Bulls