Yes discovered that during some research into My Grandad. He used a Kodak Autographic A1 camera (takes 616 autographic film) that I still have. We gave a lot of his pictures to the war memorial when he passed away but there is a pic of him in the AWM collection; https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/P03608.010/
Looks posed to me...
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Off Topic (What---Herb off topic??---) but the Kodak Autographic got its name because it had a small window in the back that--with the original roll film (Not the later 616) you could write--with a stylus-- through a wax layer in the paper backing of the negative roll-- what the subject was, then hold the window up to a bright light for a number of seconds--and the subject title would appear in the margin of the print. I was told that the whole wax thing was short lived. I took a few pictures with an Autographic as a kid, By then, the film was 626 (I think) which used a spool with a smaller axle diameter--but still worked in the camera.
More arcane drivel from the boss
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