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Entrepreneur
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TitleEntrepreneur
AbstractPhoto and biographical article about Jack Wally, a photographer and inventor of "the most highly technical, most scientifically sophisticated camera-projector system in the world" in Kansas City. Taking over his father's (Joseph Wally, dying in 1965) Western Blue Print Company (established in 1908) after starting out as a photographer for the old Kansas City Journal-Post and Los Angeles Times and then inventing the Micro-Master camera in 1947 and the Opti-Copy Micro-Imposer and Projection Platemaker in the early 1970s.
AuthorM. H. Straight
DateJuly//1973
SourceKansas City Magazine
Locationq330.9778 K16
Volume63
Number27
Page26-27
Local SubjectWally, Jack
Photographers
Photography
Inventors
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID121645
CONTENTdm number18395
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