The Chicago Ferrotype Co. was a camera maker which resided in the Ferrotype Building in Chicago, Illinois. It made very particular cameras, an early type of instant camera for the postcard format and a magazine camera for ferrotype film chips. The kind of magazine camera was also made by others, but the ferrotype postcard instant cameras were unique, made for "Mandel's Positive Process-No Negatives". They used a kind of light paper based ferrotype plates.
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|Companies of Chicago (Illinois)|
|Adams & Westlake | American Advertising and Research Co. | Bernard | Burke & James | Busch | Calumet | Candid | Chicago Camera Co. | Chicago Ferrotype Co. | Deardorff | De Vry | Geiss | Herold | Imperial | Kemper | Metropolitan Industries | Montgomery Ward | Pho-Tak | Rolls | Sans & Streiffe | Sears | Seymour | Spartus | The Camera Man | United States Camera Co. | Western Camera Manufacturing Co. | Yale | Zar | Zenith|