This is my first camera. I got it for Christmas when I was 11 years old, and believe me, that makes it OLD.
This may very well be the first photo I ever took with that camera on Christmas Day, 1959. The date says January, 1960, but in those days it was roll film, which was a pain to load without ruining it, and you didn't develop the roll until you had taken up the 12 or 24 frames. I'm not even sure Polaroid had come out by then.
The subjects are my grandmother who lived with us, and my cousin and his mother. He was almost exactly my age (2 days difference, he was older), and as you can see, he got a camera for Christmas that year too. He always came over on Christmas Day to see what we got and to show us what he got.
Although the photos were always blurry and poorly exposed, I got quite a bit of SATISFACTION from that old camera, even today as I scan in the few surviving photos I took with it. I later owned many Kodak Instamatics, even the little bitty 110 variety, but I think this is the only one I still have from before the SLRs which came much later in life.