The Henry Fitz Jr. Archive of Photographic History
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The Henry Fitz Jr. archive of photographic history, including one of the world's earliest surviving photographic portraits.
H.G. Fitz 4 1/8 inch telescope and tripod. Length of body tube 53 in. 19th century.
3 1/4 in. wood body single-draw telescope. Length 33 in. 19th century.
1 3/4-inch telescope, possibly naval. Length of body tube 21 1/2 in. 19th century.
H.G. Fitz, Jr. Cassegrain Reflector. New York, 1838.
A group of 6 handheld telescopes found in the workshop of George W. Fitz, Peconic, New York.
A group of 25 items, highlighted by handheld telescopes, found in the workshop of George W. Fitz, Peconic, New York.
A group of 25 telescope parts highlighted by "H. Fitz NY" eyepiece, found in the workshop of George W. Fitz, Peconic, New York.
A collection of lenses and glass samples with manuscript notes addressed to Henry Fitz, New York, found in the workshop of George W. Fitz, Peconic, New York.
A collection of lenses and partial manuscript list referencing locations where Fitz telescopes would be sent, found in the workshop of George W. Fitz, Peconic, New York.
Camera lenses and box camera found in the workshop of George W. Fitz, Peconic, New York.
Builder's level by Jonas Phelps, Westport, Connecticut. 19th century.
Kaleidoscope. 19th century.
90 degree mirror telescope star diagonal and five lenses.
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