The Kodak Junior Six-16 was folding camera for 616 film rolls made by Kodak. A number of variations were built under the same name. This US built design was in production c1935-37. It sported all of the features of it's Continental cousins with the lens being a an octoganal ended, Kodak Anastigmat, a No 1 Kodex shutter and further differentiated from it's cousins by the "N" style struts.
Vintage Cameras...I had some of these and even one further back with the old, old Kodak "Browie." It was a brown box with a lens and simple click system to capture black and white photos that I still have today.