Fulton County Courthouse

Fulton County Courthouse
Argus A2B
Foma Fomapan 100

In Rochester, Indiana, on the Michigan Road, stands this Romanesque Revival county courthouse.

Photography, Preservation

3 thoughts on “

  1. Dan Cluley says:

    Good shot.

    Any trouble with dust on the negatives?

    I have tried 4 or 5 Argus A’s over the years and on most of them the light seal ribbon around the lens barrel was shedding badly. One of those cameras I want to like, but found a bit frustrating.

    If I remember correctly, you can tell prewar from postwar A’s by whether or not the lens is coated.


    • No dust, but a few shots late on the roll were covered in scratches. Argh.

      I want to like the A, too, but frankly had a dreadful time with this one. More on it tomorrow when I review the camera.

      You can tell the prewar As also by the shutter button type: plunger is prewar, lever is postwar.


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