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C.P. Stirn's patent photographic concealed vest cameras...

Illustrated catalogue of various patented cameras and camera equipment available through C.P. Stirn's company, giving descriptions and price lists. Cover design is printed in black ink, shows a woman holding C.P. Stirn's patented vest camera. Various other cameras and slide apparatus are also shown. Back cover advertises a panoramic camera called "The Wonder", producing pictures 18 inches long. The catalogue is a reproduction.

Stirn, Carl P.

Commercial portraits of children and photography

File includes commercial prints of children blowing bubbles, sitting on stairs, and flushing the toilet. Some have captions enclosed, such as one of a young girl observing a photograph that reads "Watching her own picture develop before her eyes will delight and fascinate your child and help make her an interested model as well."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Camera Catalogue, 1938

Catalogue featuring Kodak cameras and accessories availalbe in 1938. Models include: Jiffy Kodak Vest Pocket, Jiffy Kodak, Kodak Junior, Jiffy Kodak Six-16 series II, Jiffy Kodak six-20 series II, Kodak Bantam, Kodak 3A Series II, Kodak Recomar 18, Kodak Recormar 33, Kodak Vollendas, Kodak Retina I, Kodak Retina II, Kodak Junior Six-16 series III, Kodak Junior Six-20 series III, Kodak Senior six-16, Kodak Senior six-20, Kodak Special six-16, Kodak Special six-20, Super Kodak six-20, Kodak Duo Six-20 Series II, Kodak Bantam Special, Six-16 Brownie Junior, Six-20, Bullet, Six-20 Bull's-Eye.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Advertising ledgers

Series includes heavy leather post-bound ledgers containing proof sheets of advertisements and finished prints clipped from magazines and newspapers. The ads describe products intended for the Consumer, Professional, Medical, Dealer and other specialized markets and were collected by employees of the Communications Department.

Kodak Canada Ad Ledger, 1958

Ledger book of advertisements (clippings and proof sheets) preserved by Kodak Canada representing advertisements for the Consumer, Professional, Medical and Dealer markets.

Advertising campaigns subject index: Consumer, Newspapers, Photo Press, Photo Trade, Drug Trade, Professional and Commercial, Salon Catalogues and Misc., Verifax, Recordak Campaign, Audio Visual, General Industry, Kodagraph, Industrial X-Ray, TV Film, Graphic Arts, Medical and Dental.

Kodak S Series promotional images

File contains promotional images of people riding bicycles in the rain, trees with narrow trunks, graduation ceremonies, and sculptures. All include captions, such as a close up of leaves: "Just about all of the new Kodak S Series cameras provide ways of adding flash to pictures taken in bright sunlight. The Kodak S500AF camera automatically fires its flash to lighten shadows."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Camera Catalogue, 1939

Catalogue featuring Kodak cameras and accessories availalbe in 1938. Models include: Jiffy Kodak Vest Pocket, Jiffy Kodak, Kodak Junior, Jiffy Kodak Six-16 series II, Jiffy Kodak six-20 series II, Kodak Bantam, Kodak 3A Series II, Kodak Recomar 18, Kodak Recormar 33, Kodak Vollendas, Kodak Retina I, Kodak Retina II, Kodak Junior Six-16 series III, Kodak Junior Six-20 series III, Kodak Senior six-16, Kodak Senior six-20, Kodak Special six-16, Kodak Special six-20, Super Kodak six-20, Kodak Duo Six-20 Series II, Kodak Bantam Special, Six-16 Brownie Junior, Six-20, Bullet, Six-20 Bull's-Eye, Kodak 35.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Instant camera and film advertisements

File contains prints featuring images of advertisements for Kodak instant cameras, including a diagram of the process fluid, and Kodamatic instant color film. Also included are promotional images of Kodacolor film. Many are filed with captions. The caption for an image advertising Kodamatic Trimprint instant color film reads: "A cold winter's day is an ideal time to organize your pictures into albums. Remember that the Kodamatic Trimprints, when they have been separated from their backing, can be mounted or trimmed like conventional prints."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Konica MT-9

Three MT series cameras, the MT-7, MT-9, and MT-11, were introduced in 1986 by Konica. The MT-9 was more advanced to operate than the MT-7 but simpler than the MT-11. It has an autofocus 35mm lens (f/3.5, Tessar-style 4 elements in 3 groups) and automatic exposure system with shutter speeds ranging from 1/10 to 1/500 seconds. It has a manually activated pop-up flash and a motorwind film advance system.
In Japan, the MT series cameras were sold by Konica as the Multi 7, 8 and 9.

Kodak promotional images of bullfighting, fishing, football and nature

File contains promotional images of various sporting and nature activities, including fishing, bull fighting, a deer in a sunset, baby birds in a nest, a white dove, a dog looking through a hole in a fence, a deer and fawn, and football. Most images are of bull fighting. One caption included with a bull fighting image reads: "When a camera incorporates a motor drive as the new Kodak's 300MD does, it only seems right to explore the potential in a series of pictures."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Camera Catalogue, 1935

Catalogue featuring Kodak cameras and accessories availalbe in 1935. Models include: Jiffy Kodak Vest Pocket, Jiffy Kodak, Kodak Junior, Kodak Six-16, Kodak six-20, Kodak Bantam, Kodak 3A Series II, Kodak Recomars, Kodak Vollendas, Kodak Retina, Kodak Duo Six-20, Kodak Brownie, Brownie Junior, Baby Brownie, Cine-Kodak K, Cine-Kodak Eight.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Canada's 125th Anniversary at Building #5 and Kodak PhotoCD

File contains two identical photographs featuring an image of a group of employees standing with a Canada flag outside in the parking lot of Building #5. A flag in the foreground indicates the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada. The third photograph features an image of the Kodak PhotoCD compact disc with PhotoCD Player and remote, likely taken for advertising purposes.

Kodak Canada Inc.