Because of my interest in old cameras I was, of course, happy to bump into this. It’s a Speed Graphic made by Graflex in Rochester, NY.
According to Wikipedia:
Produced by Graflex in Rochester, New York, the Speed Graphic is commonly called the most famous press camera. Although the first Speed Graphic cameras were produced in 1912, production of later versions continued until 1973; with the most significant improvements occurring in 1947 with the introduction of the Pacemaker Speed Graphic (and Pacemaker Crown Graphic, which is one pound lighter but lacks the focal plane shutter). It was standard equipment for many American press photographers until the mid-1960s.
Unfortunately I’m don’t know enough about this line of cameras to be able to identify which specific model this is. For more information on the Speed Graphic see: The Graflex Speed Graphic FAQ.
Taken with a Sony RX-100 M3.