Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/04/01

[Author Prev] [Author Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Author Index] [Topic Index] [Home] [Search]

Subject: [Leica] Kodak B&W 400 film
From: leicachris at (Christopher Williams)
Date: Thu Apr 1 06:10:38 2004
References: <001601c417e9$27ed2bd0$7e6b0e44@newukolbqveo9i><008c01c417ed$2abcc9c0$4c55fea9@MacPhisto> <p06100400bc91cd59921f@[]>

Alfredo's is now sadly a parking lot. Bennett's moved to the suburbs.
Liberty Camera is the only downtown store left. Alfredo did custom paint
jobs on Leicas. I've seen a few from area users. Nice work.

New Orleans

----- Original Message -----
From: "Allen Graves" Subject: Re: [Leica] Kodak B&W 400 film

> I spent my college years in the mid 70's in N.O. and wasted a fair
> amount of time in the Canal  St K&B as well. Just to keep this on
> topic, whatever happened to Alfredo's Camera in the CBD ?(near the
> Cotton Exchange). He was a Leica dealer and had also lots of used
> equipment, including some fake military paint Leicas. I remember a
> couple in sand beige with the Afrika Korps palm tree and swastika on
> them. Now there's an idea for the Russians to pick up for eBay.....
> Allen

Replies: Reply from ahgraves at (Allen Graves) ([Leica] Kodak B&W 400 film)
In reply to: Message from jls at (Jeffery Smith) ([Leica] Kodak B&W 400 film)
Message from leicachris at (Christopher Williams) ([Leica] Kodak B&W 400 film)
Message from ahgraves at (Allen Graves) ([Leica] Kodak B&W 400 film)