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Thank you for this Kodak moment

Item consists of four identical posters, two in French and two in English. The poster features black and white images of a letter from the president of Kodak Canada Inc. celebrating the success of their manufacturing and supply operations, a Kodacolor roll of film, and of six Kodak employees. Writing at the bottom of the poster describes the accomplishments of the Kodak team and thanks them for their great performance in 1992.

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Kodak Canada In Focus employee portraits

File consists of Kodak employee portraits. Adhered to the verso of each are labels that indicate the images were for Kodak Canada In Focus, May 1981, Vol. 27 No. 5. Subject info for the portraits read: "Don Thompson has 25 years service", "Al Williamson has 25 years service", "Max Wagner has 25 years service", and "Tom Penman was honoured by the Society of Management Accounts of Ontario".

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Kodak Canada In Focus salon winners, Calgary office, Ron Morrison

File consists of Kodak Canada In Focus snapshots . Adhered to the verso of each are labels that indicate the images were for Kodak Canada In Focus, Aug-Sept 1980, Vol. 26 No. 7. Subjects info for each reads: "Kodak Calgary Office", "Vice-President of Manufacturing Ron Morrison, now President of Kodak Canada", "Kodak Salon winners Canadian entries, Reg Brown's photo titled 'Jessica'", and "Kodak Salon winners Canadian entries, Dick Robinson's photo titled 'Gannets'".

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Kodak Canada In Focus stock planning department

Item is a snapshot with an enclosed caption that reads "Julie learning the use of the video display unit at the stock planning department. 'The teacher' is Tuula Multala, stock planning assistant." Inscribed in blue ink below the caption reads "Jan 1980 / Vol. 26 No. 1", likely the issues of Kodak Canada In Focus this photograph may appear in.

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Kodak Canada In Focus employee portraits, Photography Drive

File consists of Kodak employee portraits. Adhered to the verso of each are labels that indicate the images were for Kodak Canada In Focus, April 1981, Vol. 27 No. 4. Subject info for the portraits read: "Mary Rowntree has 10 years of service pg. 6", "Kodak lawn bowler displays his winning medals over the years. pg. 6", "Vida Lainson has 40 years service. pg. 5", "George Lugsoin put in 41 years of service. pg. 5", "Winnie Tomlinson has 25 yrs service pg. 5", "Alec Young has 40 yr service pg. 5". Portraits include Ron Eaton, "Carmela", Sharon Reid. The final image in this file is a smaller photograph of a road sign, with a label included that reads "Road sign of Photography Drive. pg. 2" and is from the same issue of In Focus.

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Kodak Canada In Focus portrait of Ron Nicholson, fire chief

Item is a portrait of a man wearing a peaked cap with a badge that reads "FIRE DEPARTMENT / SERVICE D'INCENOIE". Adhered to the verso is a label that indicates the image was for Kodak Canada In Focus, Nov 1980, Vol. 26 No. 9. Subject info reads: "Kodak's own fire chief Ron Nicholson, was honoured by the Boy Scouts of Canada."

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Kodak Canada In Focus portrait of Doug Norton, fire chief

Item consists of a portrait of a man wearing a peaked cap with a badge that reads "KODAK CANADA / FIRE DEPARTMENT". Adhered to the verso is a label that indicates the image was for Kodak Canada In Focus, Nov, Dec, 1979, Vol. 25 No. 10. Subject info reads: "Kodak's fire chief Doug Norton retired after 41 years of service."

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Young adult gathering, employees at warehouse

File contains a collection of snapshots, all with borders and some with bevelled edges, that feature images from a gathering of young adults at someone's home or cottage. Additionally, there are images of employees inside a warehouse and office building. A photographer's stamp on the verso of many of the images reads: "W. P. Edwards / 26 Monterrey Dr. / REXDALE, ONT. 741-0192". Previously in green 3-ringed binder. Previous title: Camera repair 1950-1975

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Opening of PET plant, Pro Convention & Kodak Fun Night

File contains contact sheets featuring images of Kodak employees at Kodak events, including the at the opening of Canada's first PET Bottle Polymer Plant (28 September 1990). There are also images of Kodak employees dressed up for Halloween at the Kodak Fun Night (4 March 1990). and at the Pro Convention Auction (5 March 1990).

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Kodak Image Check Awards 1996 Regional Retailers of the Year

File contains a group portrait featuring the Regional Retailers of the Year at the Kodak Image Check Awards in 1996. Included are representatives from The Pridham's Studios Image Centres, Truro , NS; Lord Photo Image Centre, St. Jean, PQ; Parken Photo Centre, Cobourg, ON; and Pro Photo Image Centre, Kelowna, BC. Appleby's-release 97-01-4899

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Kodak Worldwide Puchasing Conference

File contains snapshots of Kodak employees and the public at a the Kodak booth at a convention or conference. On the verso of one of the snapshots is an inscription that reads: "Kodak Worldwide Purchasing Conference (Kodak Canada INc) Apr. 88 - VRG 200 - 2 Broncolor flash".

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Employee suggestion books

File consists of two clothbound manuscript notebooks containing suggestions put forward by employees of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. between 1915 and 1959. Information recorded includes name, date, description of suggestion, date of adoption where relevant, and compensation awarded for adopted suggestions.

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Employee salary book

Item is a detailed manuscript history of employee salaries at the Kodak manufacturing plant, tracking raises, bonuses and commissions, and the dates of engagement, retirement, resignation and death.

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J. Borland weekly time books

File includes three small manuscript notebooks detailing the weekly hours worked by employees at Kodak Heights between March 2, 1916 and February 1, 1927. One notebook records the activities of employees in the basement stock room of building #5; the other two notebooks record the activities of "millwrights & painters, etc."

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Records pertaining to employee involvement in WWI

File contains documents related to Kodak staff involvment in the First World War. Includes newspaper clippings from the Toronto Star Weekly of July 17, 1916 detailing the use of building 5 of Kodak Heights as barracks for the 127th battalion, with an accompanying list detailing the names of officers pictured. Also included is a photocopied letter to then-general manager of Canadian Kodak, John G. Palmer, from an officer of the 2nd Battalion regarding the transfer of J[ames] W. Spence from England to France. Spence was an active executive member of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., eventually acting as chairman of the board from 1955-1957.

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Records pertaining to employee involvement in WWII

File contains records related to employee involvement in the Second World War. Includes newspaper clippings related to individual staff member involvement; typescript lists of employees enlisted or killed in action; and an issue of Kodak magazine from October 1943 containing an annotated list of Canadian Kodak staff members who volunteered to fight.

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Reproduced photographs

File contains reproductions of photographs used by corporate communications and also likely by the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum. Subject matter includes: Plant and facilities at Colborne and King streets; Kodak Heights; factory work; employees; wartime; product images; dental and medical photography; George Eastman; corporate events; and others. Some reproductions annotated.

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Records pertaining to the publication of employee benefits pamphlets

File includes documents pertaining to the publication of Kodak Canada's employee benefits brochures from 1990 to 1991 in both English and French. This includes corporate memos, meeting minutes and 'critical path' documents composed by Kodak employees throughout the process of publication, as well as annotated photocopies of draft brochures.

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Programs for events honouring individual Kodak employees

File includes programs and other ephemera related to events held in honour of individual Kodak employees, such as celebrations of years of service and retirement. Honourees include E. Stanley Currie, Jim Spence, Frank Frey, Henry E. Herbert, [Wilbur E.] 'Squire' Appleyard, Bill Hales, John O. Arrowsmith, Jim Atkin, and James Cowan. Some programs contain photographs of the honourees.

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At Kodak Heights / Canadian Kodak Co.

At Kodak Heights was a bimonthly magazine, first published in January 1921, intended to foster communication among employees of Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd.

The full lineage of internal publications for Kodak Canada employees ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

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Canadian Kodakery : a publication for the men and women of Kodak in Canada / Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd.

Running from 1955 to 1975, Canadian Kodakery was a monthly Kodak Canada publication designed to communicate the activities of employees at Kodak Heights in Toronto, Ontario. The publicaton succeeded the magazine Kodak. The newer publication included a larger format than its predecessor, as well as new features. Collection includes vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1955) to vol. 20, no. 6 (Aug./Sept 1975).

The full lineage of internal publications for Kodak Canada employees ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

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In focus / Kodak Canada Inc.

In Focus was a roughly bimonthly internal publication intended to communicate the activities of Kodak Canada and its employees. In Focus ran from May 1986 to April 1994, at which time it was succeeded by the publication Kodakery Canada. File includes vol. 4, no. 1 (Jan. 1989) to vol. 9, no. 4 (Apr. 1994).

The full lineage of internal publications for Kodak Canada employees ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed again to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

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Kodak / Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd.

Running from 1936 to 1955, Kodak was a bimonthly internal publication designed to communicate the activities of Canadian Kodak and its employees.

The full lineage of internal publications for Kodak Canada employees ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed again to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

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Kodak Canada news / Kodak Canada Inc.

Running from 1975 to 1986, Kodak Canada News was a monthly internal publication designed to communicate the activities of Kodak Canada and its employees. The publicaton succeeded and continued the numbering of Canadian Kodakery. File includes vol. 21, no. 1 (Oct. 1975) to vol. 30, no. 6 (Sept./Oct. 1984).

The full lineage of internal publications for Kodak Canada employees ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed again to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

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Kodak Canada news ; In focus / Kodak Canada Inc.

Running from 1975 to 1986, Kodak Canada News was a monthly internal publication designed to communicate the activities of Kodak Canada and its employees. In 1986, Kodak Canada News was succeeded by In Focus, which ran from May 1986 to April 1994. Item is a bound volume containing: Kodak Canada News, vol. 31, no. 1 (Jan.-Mar. 1985) to vol. 32, no. 2 (Feb/Mar. 1986); and In Focus, vol. 1., no.1 (May 1986) vol. 3, no. 6 (Nov. 1988).

The full lineage of internal Kodak Canada publications ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed again to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

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Kodakery Canada / Kodak Canada Inc.

First published in 1994, Kodakery Canada is a monthly publication of Kodak Canada designed to communicate the activities of the company and its employees. File includes vol. 1, no. 1 (May/June 1994) to vol. 15, no. 1 (Jan. 2008). Some issues bear the title Kodakery Canada Nation. File includes Communications Sessions Reports and issues of Kodakery Newsflash, which were published alongside Kodakery Canada.

The full lineage of internal publications for Kodak Canada employees ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed again to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

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Kodakery for Kodak employees / Eastman Kodak Company

File includes nine issues of Kodakery, a publication for current and former employees of Eastman Kodak Company, published in 1958 and between 1995 and 2005. In addition to five regular issues, file includes: one issue (Jul. 31, 1958) with the title Kodakery: a newspaper for the men and women of Kodak; two special issues (Spring 1996[?] and Sept. 2005) and two issues specifically for retirees (Jan. 26, 2000 and Dec. 2004).

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Human resources and industrial relations brochures and pamphlets

File consists of 17 brochures and pamphlets designed as reference material for employees of Kodak Canada Inc. Topics include: Kodak's stock purchase, medical, insurance, survivor benefit, and pension plans; recruitment brochures; 1 pamphlet providing an overview of Eastman Kodak's inustrial relations department; 1 promotional pamphlet for Eastman Savings and Loan; and externally-published pamphlets containing information on stress management and organizational change.

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Kodak employee handbooks

File includes 24 handbooks published by Kodak Canada and 1 published by Eastman Kodak (1959) designed to provide general orientational information for Kodak employees on all aspects of the company and its facilities. Topics include: general policies; benefits programs; plant rules; recreation facilities; health and safety; education and advancement opportunities; payment schedules; and many others. Some years missing.

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E.C. & M. newsletter

File includes 5 issues of E.C. & M. Newsletter, a typescript publication produced by employees of Kodak Canada's Electrical Construction & Maintenance Department, from 1972 to 1973. Publication contains information on safety procedures and other plant operations, as well as information about employee activities, employee biographies, puzzles and brainteasers.

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Records pertaining to an event for descendants of John G. Palmer

File contains records pertaining to an event held to honour descendants of John G. Palmer, Canadian Kodak's first president. The event was held in building # 9 of Kodak Heights on May 2, 1999. File includes notes, photocopied photographs, historical and contemporary correspondence, photocopied articles, and other ephemera. Records likely belonged to Bonnie Chapman, who worked both in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs and as the Curator of the Kodak Heritiage Collection and Museum.

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Kodak benefits = Avantages sociaux Kodak / Kodak Canada Inc.

File consists of three cardboard slipcases containing human resources brochures published between 1980 and 1988 as reference material for Kodak Canada employees. File also includes generic corporate letters welcoming employees to Kodak Canada and providing further information about employee benefits.

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Human resources and industrial relations records

Sub-series consists of records pertaining to Kodak Canada's human resources and industrial relations practices from 1896 to 1997. Includes logbooks pertaining to employee salaries and work hours; reproductions of employment contracts; records related to wage dividends; records related to union activity, including collective bargaining agreements and clippings from the employee strike of 1974; records pertaining to employee benefits; and Kodak employee handbooks and information brochures.

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Records pertaining to employee activities

Sub-series consists of records pertaining to the activities of Kodak employees from 1916 to 2001. To a significant extent, Kodak Canada imported the corporate culture created by George Eastman at Eastman Kodak Company. This culture encouraged and supported employee participation in collective leisure activities, including participation in athletic and cultural clubs and events. Sub-series includes records pertaining to employee involvement in WWI and WWII, employee recognition events and annual meetings, and employee leisure and athletic activities.

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Records pertaining to the Mount Dennis reunion

File contains records related to the Mount Dennis reunion, held in Schomberg, Ontario on June 12, 1999. While the reunion was not specifically for Kodak community members, many retired Kodak employees were in attendance. As such, Kodak partnered with the organizing team to plan the event. File includes: notes, correspondence, maps to the venue, a speech transcription, and drafts of advertising for the event. Records likely belonged to Bonnie Chapman, who worked both in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs and as the Curator of the Kodak Heritiage Collection and Museum.

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Records related to Kodak employee wage dividends

File consists of annual notices written to the employees of Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd. regarding wage dividends issued by the company between 1913 and 1964. File also includes miscellaneous managerial documents--including presentation notes, press releases, and other forms of communication--pertaining to the issuance of wage dividends in 1975. The records were likely complied by Kenneth Winter who, among other positions within the company, was the assistant general manager of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. from 1962 to 1976.

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Records related to the Canadian Kodak employee stock purchase plan

File contains records pertaining to Canadian Kodak's employee stock purchase plan, including a written description of the program as well as correspondence with barristers and with the Morgan Guarantee Trust Company of New York. The records were likely complied by Kenneth Winter who, among other positions within the company, was the assistant general manager of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. from 1962 to 1976.

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Media clippings and transcriptions related to the employee strike of 1974

File includes compiled newspaper clippings and transcriptions of radio and television broadcasts related to the Kodak employee strike of 1974. The strike was the first in Kodak Canada's history and was instigated by members of the International Chemical Workers Union (ICWU), which had organized at Kodak Canada thirty years earlier. The strike lasted 7 weeks and affected over 1000 employees. The clippings, divided into weeks of the strike, were likely compiled by A. A. Bolté, Kodak Canada's media spokesperson at the time.

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Collective bargaining agreements

File consists of 13 collective bargaining agreements made between 1966 and 1997. Agreements for the years 1966 to 1974 are made between Kodak Canada and Local 159 of the International Chemical Workers' Union. Agreements for the years 1978 to 1997 are made between Kodak Canada and the Employees' Association of Kodak Canada. Kodak Canada employees were later represented by the Steelworkers' Union.

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Kodak Pioneers' anniversary banquet and recognition luncheon programs and notes

File includes 36 programs from Kodak's annual Pioneers' anniversary banquet and 2 from Kodak's annual recognition luncheon, each held to celebrate years of service for Kodak employees. File also includes 2 word processed pages of preparatory notes for presentations for Kodak employees Ron Morrison and Linda Shirley, each written in 1988, highlighting Kodak events from 25 and 40 years earlier. The first Pioneers' night was held on December 8, 1939.

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Miscellaneous records related to employee activities

File includes: photocopied photographs and ephemera related to a Kodak musical ensemble; a holiday chain letter; two photocopied images of the 'Six sigma green belt training program'; a photocopied page of a 1968 company newsletter listing births, deaths, and new arrivals; and records pertaining to the death of W. Bruce Poldon.

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Workers on the Grand Trunk Line 1902

Item consists of a grey card with photograph affixed. Image shows four rows of men standing and seated on a wagon in front of a brick building, all workers on the Grand Trunk Railway line. On verso, handwritten in pencil, "Grand Trunk line" and at top right corner, "1901". On plastic bag accompanying photograph (discarded), a sticker was attached with the text "Grand Trunk Railway/ 1902/ 9.25".

2nd Annual Outing of Herschell Spillman & Co's Employees

Item consists of a photograph mounted on grey card. Image shows a group of men seated outside a large brick building with a wooden sign high above their heads "HER-/ SPILLMAN/ THE/ ONLY/ BUILDERS/ OF/ IMPROVED/ 1873-1890" with the image of a carousel painted on the sign. The front row of the group holds up a wooden sign that reads "2ND ANNUAL OUTING/ OF HERSCEHLL SPILLMAN & CO'S/ EMPLOYEES JULY 3RD 1902." At bottom right, embossed in card, "L. H. Linh-pf(?)/ TONAWANDA, N.Y."

A.T. Orr

Item features two portraits side by side of same man in different outfits. Black text below photographs reads, 'A.T. Orr c/o Jerry Lodge Associates Ltd. 105 Carlton St, Toronto, 2, Ont. 363-0022'

Community survey of Toronto & district manufacturing companies

Item is a survey report on the human resource practices of fourteen manufacturing companies in Toronto and its environs in 1938, including Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. The survey contains information on "working hours, starting rates, minimum take-outs, average earnings, rate structure, employee relations, etc." and also details general policies on issues such as the hiring of married women.

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Customer Equipment Service ISO 9001 promotional group shots

File consists of 10 contact sheets and 4 prints featuring promotional studio shots of a group of cheering individuals, presumably Kodak employees, holding an ISO 9001 Kodak Customer Equipment Service banner. An image from this file was used in a poster for Kodak Platinum Service, 2005.001.03.3.002.

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Kodak T.S.R. Demonstrating half tone calculator

Item consists of 1 print featuring an image with the description:
Penni Adams (left), president of Penograph Company, and Eddie Eng, production manager of Dayon Lithographing, receive pointers on the use of the Kodak hanftone calculator from David Fleury, a Kodak Canada Technical Sales Representative, during a recent graphic arts seminar in Toronto.

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Shooting Guidelines - Landscape and Portrait

File contains images demonstrating various lansdcape and portrait techniques. An enclosed caption from one images reads: "The craftsmen of Williamsburg are just one of the many picture opportunities you find indoors and out. Being able to use existing light is particularly important at the silversmith's shop when you want to avoid flash reflection in the silver.

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