...received all of this plus more from Moscow, ID.
There were 2 cameras as you see, Agfa Pioneer and Ansco ReadyFlash, plus:
-- portrait attachment for Ansco
-- 1 flash
-- 1 case
-- 2 rolls of film, one unused, one exposed
-- manual for Agfa ("The Agfa Pioneer camera is modern, compact camera especially designed blah-blah...
-- plus something else, don't remember at the moment.
For $9.99 and just because of the exposed Verichrome Pan.
Here is the story on the film:
Only the first picture is somewhat sharp, the rest is blurred.
I think they used the portrait attachment on the rest.
These attachments were not designed for the group portraits, should be used at closer distances for the headshots (correct me if I'm wrong, this is No30 Ansco).
Anyway, I think they are even better this way. Love them all.
I think this is Moscow, Idaho
in mid to late 60s. At least what it looks like. I wonder where are they all now.
The streets are emptier these days. Everybody's inside, myself included. Oh well...
Have a nice weekend guys