Auguste Armour Bolté

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Auguste Armour Bolté

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  • A. A. Bolté

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1926-2014

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He graduated from Upper Canada College in 1944 and then attended Trinity College at the University of Toronto. After graduating, he worked as a reporter for the Toronto Globe and Mail before joining Kodak as editor of the employee magazine. He was later promoted to Assistant Advertising Manager and was responsible for TV advertising with the Ed Sullivan Show. After being involved with the Kodak exhibit at Expo '67, he moved into Industrial Relations where he remained until his retirement, acting as Kodak Canada's media spokesperson at the time of the 1974 employee strike.

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Kodak Canada Inc. (1900-)

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? - 1987

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