F.M. Bishop worked in the Development Department of Eastman Kodak during the early 20th century. He educated the “Air Scout” soldiers during WWI with the United States Signal Corps as a camera lens expert.
Mr. Bishop scratched his name and date into the emulsion of the film: June 6, 1926. The identity of who is in the film and where this film was made is unknown.
Mr. Bishop worked on a camera similar to the one used by Albert R. Stone to capture the 1919 Aerials of Rochester.
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