Was this the first Kodak moment?
A toddler poses for the camera, thumb in mouth, right ankle twisted in a moment of childhood sheepishness. The scene was captured on a Kodak Graflex by L. L. Martin of New Orleans. In July 1929, it was a moment worth a whopping $2,500.
From The New York Times, March 2, 2012
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