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From CLEVELAND HOPKINS

23005 Timber Creek Lane Clarksburg, Maryland 20734 6 March 1981 301 972-0951

Mr John M Deardorf Vice President L F Deardorf & Sons Inc 315 South Peoria Street Chicago, Illinois 606u7. Dear Mr Deardorf: Thanks to your most helpful hand-drawn sketches and longhand directions on refinishing, I have been able to re-assemble the fire-damaged Deardorf 8x10 view camera serial 5583. We had some correspondence on this matter about six months ago. It was a real jigsaw puzzle, and I could not have done it without your sketches. Thank you very much. I have been thoroughly impressed with the quality of your product, and if I'm ever in your area again, I'll try to make a call at your office to see the people that create this quality; it is really remarkable. I have a few more questions and need some parts that are not locally available. These questions and parts are listed separately on the enclosed sheetsso that you will have time to easily handle them. When this camera was dismantled after the fire, we made sketches and fastened the appropriate screws to the relevant sketches, doing this at Antioch, California. When there last summer, we picked up all the parts and sketches, and brought them with us on the returntrip. After I recovered from some surgery about 9 month ago, I started the repair process. To my considerable,eonsternation, 1.found that tne.scotch tape we had used to hold the screws to the skeethes had lost'its adhesiveness, and most of the screws were loose in the container ! This is the source of my problem of where the screws go. A stamp is enclosed for your reply, and if you decide to send the parts, may I suggest UPS COD since I don't knew the amount, of money involved. If you have any questions, call me at the above number. Thank you again.

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23005 Timber Creek Lane Clarksburg, Maryland 20734 6 March 1981 301 972-0951

QUESTIONS THAT AROSE DURING RE-ASSENBLY OF DEARDORF 8x10 VIEW CAMERA S/N 5583
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2) How do I assemble the four flat leaf springs that hold the film holder frame to the ground glass holder ? The short leaf above or below the long leaf that has the curved ends that fit the clips with short shafts on the film holder retainer frame ?

3) R e garding the two pins on the middle of the front edLe of the base; what are they for ? These pins are 3/32" in diameter and 5/8" long with one end pointed the other end spherical. One pin is 21/32" from the front left corner, the other is 23/52" from the right corner.

From CLEVELAND HOPKINS

23005 Timber Creek Lane Clarksburg, Maryland 20734 6 March 1981

301 972-0951

PARTS NEEDED TO COMPLETE ASSEMBLY OF DEARDORF 8x10 VIEW CAMERA S/N 5583
Bill me or ship UPS Collect 1) Tape needed to repair a burned bellows outer crease--a piece 3" wide by le long would do it.

2) Ground glass or washer 3) Bearing compression sleeve/used to enable the right knob to lock the frcntraCk pinion shaft. or wa s her 4) Bearing , compression sleeved/used to enable the right knob to lock the rear rack in place. 5) Leether handle and the four split rivets that hold the clips. 6) The two_Small slotted filister head screws used as stops at the ends of the two rear racks. 7) The U-shaped mahogony rear extension--has a groove in the inner side of the left side. The wood around the anew holes on the right side of my piece is carbonized and I can't salvage it. 8) Spring washers " inside diameter x " outside diameter; the o he

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Mr John N Deardorf Vice President L Deardorf & cons Inc 315 ,,3outh Peoria Street Chicago, Illinois 606o7. Thanks to your most helpful hand-drawn ,sketches and longhand directions on refinishing, I have been able to re-assemble the fire-damaged Deardorf 8x10 view camera serial 5583. We had some correspondence on this matter about six months ago. It was a real jigsaw puzzle, and I could not have done it without your sketches. Thank you very much. I have been thoroughly impressed with the quality of your product, and if l'm ever in your area again, I'll try to make a call at your office to see the people that create this quality; it is really remarkable. I have a few more questions and need some parts that are not locally available. These questions and parts are listed separately on the enclosed sheetsso that you will have time to easily handle them. Olen this camera was dismantled after the fire, we made sketches and fastened the appropriate screws to the relevant sketches, doing this at Antioch, California. When therelast summer, we picLed up all the parts and sketches, and brought them with us on the returntrip. After I recovered from some surgery about a month ago, I started the repair process. To my considerable consternation, I found that the scotch tape we had used to hold the screws to the skecthes had lost its adhesiveness, and most of the screws were loose in the container ! This is the source of my problem of where the screws go. A stamp is enclosed for your reply, and if you decide to send the parts, may I suggest UPS COD since I don't• know the amount of money involved. If you have any questions, call me at the above number. Thank y u again. Dear Mr Deardorf:

Prom (;lUELANH HOPVIN

23005 Timber Creek Lane Harkshurg, Maryland :)073/1 March 1961 301 Y/2-O951

QUESTIONS THAT AROSE DURING RE-ASSENIAN OF DEARDORF 8x10 VIEW CAERA S/N 55d3

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Listed below are the answers to your questions:

Bellows Repair: 1. Remove all loose material 2. Be sure bellows is extended fully (stretched) — preferably while not in camera. 3. Fasten 2x4 or equal to bench top, sticking out far enough to hold bellows fully extended. Clamp both ends to 24.

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13. After another half hour or more roll the surfaces down with a well paper seam roller, working from center to edges in all directions. 114. Or one hour later check all edges-seems for adhesion. If any voids, tuck In some adhesive end let it become tacky before pressing down. 15. One or two hours later wipe the excess adhesive off with a paper towel damp with M.E.K. Again, from the center to the outside. DO NOT 72YE ALONG IND EDT OR INTO IN arE. This will force P.E.K. under the seam end you'll have to re-glue. 16. Tomorrow, spry 1144 with Lemon Pledge for finishing. NOTE:Tf, when cutting mate-iel the all around TlFestitot size, the edge comes in a separation between strips, extend the material to about midway of a stri . Don't e in a groove. T 11 soon start to sente.
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APPENDIX C PRESENT OT COMPUTER USAGE AND COSTS A summary of FMRS operations for calendar years 1969, 1970, and 1971 is shown in Figure C-1. The total number of jobs on the 1108 is reducing, and the average job length is increasing. The product of the numbers of jobs and the average annual time/job is 14,620, 18,900, and 15,250 for 1969, 1970 and 1971 respectively. The computer related FMRS operating cost for FY-1972 consists of the fee of $415,000 to OEP, and the cost of the Computer Service Center of about $200,000. The fee to OEP in FY-1973 will be $450,000. Based on the computer hours through August 1971, the annual cost of the OEP 1108 to OT is $1580/hour. ITS is connected to the 1108 for approximately 1 1/2 hours a day at the present
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L.F. DEARDORFF & SONS, INC.
315 SO. PEORIA ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 60607 PHONE: 312/829.5655 PRECISION VIEW CAMERAS AND ACCESSORIES
VIEW CAMERAS
Sae of Camera Professional User's Net

4x5 SPECIAL $1,321.00 4x5 SPECIAL, with Reversible Back (Graflok fittings) 1,423.60 4x5 SPECIAL, with Revolving Back (Standard) . . . . 1,389.75 4x5 SPECIAL, with Revolving Back only (Graflok fittings) 1,521.75 5x7 1,309.00 8x10 t 1,854.50 11x14 t3,163.60 11x14 with Revolving Adapter and 3,692.75 8x10 Camera Back only Includes Lens Board and Reversible Back, Reducing Back may be substituted for full size. VIEW CAMERA REVERSIBLE BACKS 4x5 SPECIAL or 5x7 to 4x5 4x5 SPECIAL or 5x7 to 4x5 (Graflok fittings) 5x7 8x10 8x10 to 4x5 8x10 to 5x7 8x10 to 4x5 (Graflok fittings) 11x14 11x14 to 8x10 231.25 333.85 219.25 273.00 249.50 249.50 351.00 t420.00 t456.00

VIEW CAMERA LENS BOARD REDUCER For 8x10 View Camera: From 6"x6", to 4'/2"x4'/2", or to 4"x4". .

each $ 47.75

SLIDING CARRIAGE BACKS FOR VIEW CAMERA For 4x5 Special or 5x7 Camera: 4x5 SPECIAL to 4x5 or 5x7 to 4x5 Makes two 2'/2"x4" on 4x5 5x7 to 5x7 Makes two 3%"x5" on 5x7 For 8x10 Camera: 8x10 to 4x5 Makes two 2'/2"x4" on 4x5 8x10 to 5x7 Makes two 3'/2"x5" on 5x7 8x10 to 8x10 Makes two 5"x8" on 8x10

367.60 328.35 422.20 410.20 420.00

VIEW CAMERA REVOLVING BACKS 300.00 4x5 SPECIAL or 5x7 to 4x5 432.00 4x5 SPECIAL or 5x7 to 4x5 (Graflok fittings) . . 347.50 8x10 to 4x5 374.75 8x10 to 5x7 477.80 8x10 to 4x5 (Graflok fittings) The 11 x14 Revolving Adapter for View Camera only. MO cCO3...The 11 x14 Revolving Adapter reduces to 8x10 ancl i 1411,t,V,S-` must be used with one of the Reversible Backs fcia.3. the 8x10 View Camera, as shown above.

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13.80 15.95 * 17.45 * 18.95 49.80 Price on request

VIEW CAMERA CARRYING CASES Suitcase style foam-padded Adapt-A-Case, 22x16x8 overall, with snap closures and key, partitioned for Deardorff View Cameras, compartmented for camera, reducing back, lenses, film holders, and miscellaneous accessories. Cases for 4x5 SPECIAL, 5x7 or 8x10 cameras. Gray Textured Fiber Aluminum (Two cases are required for 8x10. One for the camera and the other for holders. Please specify.)

138.00 200.00

t11x14 cameras and accessories prices are estimates only. These items will be quoted on request with prices in effect for 30 days. *Specify rounded or square corners.

COMMERCIAL SERIES CAMERAS AND STANDS
(PRICES FURNISHED ON REQUEST) COMMERCIAL SERIES STUDIO CAMERA-8x10 Camera with built-in Revolving Adapter and 8x10 Back includes Lens Board Accepts all sizes of 8x10 View Camera Reducing Backs (see Backs to fit the 8x10 listed under View Cameras.) Packing charge extra CAMERA LENS BOARDS AND LENS BOARD REDUCERS For 8x10 or 11x14 Studio Cameras: Lens Board-8"x8" For Commercial Series Camera Lens Board Reducer-From 8"x8" to 6"x6" (For Deardorff-make Lens Boards) PACKARD SHUTTER ADAPTER AND SHUTTER For 8x10 or 11x14 Studio Cameras: Adapter: With 4" No. 6 Shutter With 4" No. 6 Synchro Shutter Includes Lens Board, bulb, and tubing. COMMERCIAL SERIES STUDIO CAMERA-11x14 Camera with 11x14 Reversible Back Camera with Revolving Adapter and 8x10 Back only Includes Lens Board Packing charge extra CAMERA BACK AND REVOLVING ADAPTER Backs-Reversible 11x14 Revolving Adapter: 11x14 Revolving Adapter only The 11x14 Revolving Adapter reduces to 8x10 and will accept all sizes of 8x10 View Camera Reducing Backs. (See Backs to fit the 8x10 listed under View Cameras.)

INVERTED CONE FOR SHORT FOCUS LENSES (Recessed Lens Board) For 8x10 or 11x14 Studio Cameras: 6" Cone, for 12" or 14" Lenses With Packard 3Y2" No. 6 Shutter With Packard 3%" No. 6 Synch ro Shutter Fitted with 6"x6" Lens Board, bulb, and tubing.

COMMERCIAL SERIES CAMERA STANDS Height-8, 10, 12 or 14 foot height When ordering stand separately, specify camera to be used. Packing charge extra.

PRICES IN EFFECT APRIL 1, 1980

ALL PRICES AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION WITHOUT NOTICE

SPECIFICATIONS: Deardorff View Cameras
4x5 Special/5x7
Total Rise & Fall of Front Maximum Bellows Draw Shortest WA Lens, on standard flat lens board Shortest WA Lens, on recessed Lens Board Lens Board size Dimensions of Folded Camera Weight 4-3/8" 22" 75mm 65mm 4x4 in. 9x101/4x33/4 7 lbs.

8x10
61/2" 30" 75mm 65mm 6x6 in. 12x131/4x41/4 121/2 lbs.

11x14
93/4" 42" 5" 4" 6x6 in. 20x171 x6 27 lbs.

All sizes have vertical swings, front and back, 30° each side of center; horizontal swings, front and back, 20° each side of center. All swings pivot at center, except back vertical which is hinged at bottom. Shifts are accomplished by positioning of camera bed and swings. Auxilliary sliding panel in camera front provides shift vertically independent of camera bellows. All standard construction (wooden) backs except 11x14, supplied with double dividi9g boards, removable, for half or quarter sizes when desired. 8x10 and 4x5 ground glass is lined ( 1/2" squares); plain glass supplied upon request. 5x7 ground glass is supplied plain; lined at small extra cost. The revolving type backs are light tight 360° around the circle, and thus the next size larger camera is required to swing the negative diagonal. The 4x5 Special and 5x7 cameras are the same, and either camera may use both the 4x5 or 5x7 reversible type backs, but only the 4x5 in the revolving type. A 5x7 can be revolved on the 8x10 camera, and the 8x10 on the 11x14_by means of the Revolving Adapter. The 4x5 Backs designated as with Graflok Fittings incorporate the 4x5 Graflok metal back, with field lens. These are especially desirable when accessories such as roll-film or Polaroid Holders are to be used in addition to cut film holders, as the ground glass panel is easily detached and the side clamping levers hold the attachments firmly in place. The removable double dividing boards, which are supplied as standard with the reversible backs (wood), are "cut-off" boards and the smaller portions of the negative are not lenscenter. The Sliding Carriage Backs center the 1/2 section of the negative area, in the horizontal position, behind the lens, i.e. the 1/2 sections are vertical. The 8x10 to 4x5 and 8x10 to 5x7 may be reversed, but this cannot be done on the smaller camera.

This sheet contains prices of all Deardorff Products. These prices and the specifications shown are subject to change without notice. It is suggested, before bidding on contracts or making important sales, that these prices and specifications be checked with our factory. Other manufacturers prices subject to same conditions. Prices FOB Chicago.

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PARTS NEEDED TO COMPLETE ASSEMBLY OF DEARDORF 8x10 VIEW CAMERA :3/N 5583

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