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Leitz Leica M 3 #737925 with Elmar f=5 cm 1:3.5 Lens #1141105
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Acquired from the Louis H. Draper Preservation Trust with the Arthur and Margaret Glasgow Endowment Fund.
Louis H. Draper Artist Archives (VA-04). Acquired from the Louis H. Draper Preservation Trust with the Arthur and Margaret Glasgow Endowment Fund. VMFA Archives, Richmond, Virginia.
Digitization has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the Human Endeavor. The lens is dated to 1954, and the camera body is dated to 1955. Camera is missing the piece that fits on the bottom.