Talk:Argus (camera company)

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Potential reference material[edit]

There's this, if anyone is interested, moved here from Argus Museum:

  • Ann Arbor News, December 29, 1944. “Argus, Inc., Receives Praise In Fortune Magazine Article”, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Ann Arbor News, October 1982. John Hilton, “Amazing Argus”, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Argus Museum Archives, Museum History folder, personal correspondence, 1986–1988, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Barker, Chaz A., ed., Argus Eyes (for Victory), June 26, 1943. "Argus gets Army-Navy 'E' Award, Vol 1, No. 9. p.1.
  • C-3 Partners, 1987. “Argus I Building”, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Fortune, January, 1945. “Business at War, The Fall and Rise of Argus”, pp. 236–240.
  • Gambino, Henry. Argomania: A look at Argus cameras and the company that made them. Aeone Communications, Doylestown, Pennsylvania), 2005. ISBN 0-9770507-0-X.
  • Gambino, Henry. The Argus Museum: Ann Arbor's Hidden Treasure. Available in PDF: Gambino-ArgusMuseum.pdf [Hosted with author's consent].
  • Haynie, Millie, ed., Argus Eyes, August–September 1956. “Argus, 25 years of progress”, Vol. 12, No. 8. pp. 3–9.
  • Kelly, Robert E. The Design and Marketing of Argus Slide Projectors. The Photogram: A Publication of the Michigan Photographic Historical Society. Volume 37, No. 3. November–December 2009. ISSN 1082-6874.
  • Lahue, Kalton C., and Joseph A. Bailey. Glass, Brass, & Chrome: The American 35mm Miniature Camera. University of Oklahoma Press, 2001
  • Lahue, Kalton C., and Joseph A. Bailey. Collecting Vintage Cameras, The American 35mm, Volume 1. American Photographic Book Publishing Co., Inc. New York, 1972.
  • Old West Side News, August 1987. “Michigan Furniture Company”, Volume 17, Number 6, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Parade Magazine, July 2, 1995. Timothy D. Cahill, “The Soldier Who Shot The War”, Detroit, Michigan.
  • Powell, William. By Daylight (Journal of the Chicago Photographic Collectors Society), “Commentary on the early Argus Camera”, Grayslake IL.
  • The New York Times, Thursday, December 21, 2000, Obituaries, “Milt Hinton, Dean of Jazz Bassists, Is Dead at 90, p. C18.
  • The Ridgeway Journal, October 9, 2008. Dirk Johnson, “Farm Boy’s Photographs Tell Long-Ago Stories of an Iowa Town”, accessed 8/21/2011 at:
  • Wallace, Donald, “The Argus Camera…Some Background,” c. 1987. Argus Museum Archives, Company History folder, No. 1.
  • Walle, Doris, ed., Argus Eyes, May 1953. Vol 9, No. 3, cover.