Kodak Brownie Junior Six-20 c.1933-c.1941

Kodak Brownie Junior Six-20 side

This camera was a smaller box camera. Kodak gradually updated the Brownies, replacing cardboard and wood with metal, and including more features for photographers. 

Kodak Brownie Jr. Six 20

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This Brownie Junior had an all metal front, aperture settings, and a viewfinder. The first Brownies had no viewfinder—just lines positioned to help the photographer aim the camera. Later, Kodak offered clip-on viewfinders that allowed photographers to see the subject. 

The Evolution of 20th Century Camera Technology from the William B. Cavanaugh Collection