The Kodak Vigilant Junior six-20 is a simple folding camera manufactured between 1940-1949. This one is in good cosmetic condition overall. Designed for now obsolete 620 size film, it's made usable by simply re-rolling still available 120 film on old 620 reels, which I fortunately have quite a few of.
The shutter seems to be sticking a bit, so the film ended up being overexposed, I was only able to rescue a few frames.
These were taken in the four canyons preserve in western Oklahoma. These were taken at an archaeological site from the archaic period (around 3.000-1,000 years ago) where I've been doing some work. The top of the hill from which this was taken was used as a campsite multiple times by groups hunting game such as bison.