aerial photographs

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300128222

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  • Photographs of the earth taken from aircraft. For photographs taken from beyond the earth's atmosphere, use

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  • Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus

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aerial photographs

aerial photographs

Equivalent terms

aerial photographs

  • UF aerial photograph
  • UF air photographs
  • UF air photos
  • UF airphotos
  • UF photographs, aerial

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aerial photographs

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Kodak Heights aerial view made from the first roll of Ektacolor Edge 5 coated at KCI

Item is an aerial photograph of the Kodak Heights complex in Toronto, Ontario. Printed below the image is a dedication: "In Appreciation Of Your Contribution This Print is Made From The First Roll of Ekacolor Edge 5 Coated at KCI on March 25th, 1996". Ektacolor Edge 5 is a glossy colour photographic paper that was produced at the Kodak Heights factory.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Campus exteriors

File contains photographic slides taken around campus. Included are aerial campus photos, Kerr Hall and the Quad, Victoria Lane - including the Podium and Library buildings, Lake Devo, Rogers Communication Centre, O'Keefe House, Pitman Hall, Student Campus Centre, the Normal School facade, and Yonge-Dundas re-development. Also include are photographs of flowers around campus and the Bird of Spring sculpture. A number of the photographs were taken during the winter.

Aviation album

Black cardboard cover with gold embossed letters "Photographs"; image on cover. Spine missing but stitched binding intact. Black pages.

Photographs of aerial exhibitions at Texas Love Field Air Corps Training Depot on November 12 and 13, 1918 to celebrate the end of WWI. Fairly detailed notations included as text printed directly onto the images. Images show pilots and early airplanes, photographs of blimps; select number of aerial photographs of the land with respective geographic locational coordinates, crowds of spectators, parachute jump - with flags, images of airplane crashes.
Most photographs taken from the air.

Kodak Heights aerial views 1970s, with text

Item is a print featuring an aerial view of Kodak Canada with text that reads: "KODAK WAS FOUNDED AND GREW TO ITS PRESENT SIZE / PRIMARILY BECAUSE OF THE HIGH QUALITY OF ITS PRODUCTS, / WHICHOVER THE YEARS BROUGHT CUSTOMER PRAISE AND / PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP. THE FUTURE OF THIS COMPANY AND / CONSEQUENTLY THE WELFARE OF ALL THE KODAK PEOPLE, / DEPENDS ON MAINTAINING THIS REPUTATION FOR HIGH / QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS. / WE CANNOT BY INSPECTION ALONE GUARANTEE THE QUALITY / OF KODAK PRODUCTS - IT MUST BE BUILT INTO THEM BY THE / SKILLED CRAFTMANSHIP AND PRIDE OF WORKSMANSHIP ON / THE PART OF EVERY OPERATOR."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Heights and Kodak Brampton aerial views

File contains many duplicates of two views of Kodak Canada Inc. Brampton location that appear to be from the 1980s. Also, there are a number of views of Kodak Heights that appear to be from the 1960s. Additional prints feature views of the Kodak Processing Laboratory. One print, featuring a painted image by H.H. Angus & Associates Ltd. (engineers) and Allward & Gouinlock (architect) is housed with a caption that reads: Canadian Kodak's new processing laboratory will be the second major building at the company's new 200-acre property near Brampton, Ontario. A final print is a contact sheet featuring images of employees sitting around a computer monitor.

Kodak Canada Inc.

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