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Kodak '99 a Kodak moment in time : a roadmap to the successful implementation of a coporate annicersary strategy

An interactive PDF produced by Kodak Canada on the 100th anniversary of the company. Includes images and vidoes. Chapters include the following: Decision Time, Rediscovered Assets, Plans and Approvals, Graphical Interpretation, Targeted Objectives, Key Messages, Employee Activities, The World Outside, Corporate Messages.

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Kodak Canada Ad Ledger, 1913-1921

Item is a ledger containing newspaper clippings from 1913 to 1921 pertaining to a variety of aspects of Kodak's operations. Despite its content, the item appears to have been compiled by Kodak as its first "advertising ledger." These ledgers, containing clippings and proofs of Kodak's advertising of a variety of products, likely evolved in content and format from this first ledger.

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Advertising proofs binder

Item contains advertising proofs created for Kodak Canada Ltd., by The Baker Advertising Agency Ltd. in 1927, as well as a list of newspapers advertisements where the ads were published, and select rotogravure newspaper clippings of sections containing the Kodak advertisements. Most of the advertisements relate to the Cine-Kodak Amateur film camera, which had recently been introduced in 1923.

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Victory loan honour certificate

World War II Victory Bonds Honour Certificate presented to the employees of the Canadian Kodak Company in 1941: "This is to certify that the employees of Canadian Kodak Company, Limted have purchased bonds of the Victory Loan 1941 to the amount of their objective. On behalf of the people and the Government of Canada, I am happy to send this Honour Certificate with my thanks for your cooperation. -Minister of Finance, June 1941"

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Second victory loan honour certificate

World War II Victory Bonds Honour Certificate presented to the employees of the Canadian Kodak Company in 1942: "Certificate of Honour This is to certify that the employees of Canadian Kodak Company, Ltd. have purchased bonds of the Victory Loan to the amount of their objective. On behalf of the people and the Government of Canada, I am happy to send this Honour Certificate with my thanks for your cooperation. - Minister of Finance, February-March 1942"

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Third victory loan honour certificate

World War II Victory Bonds Honour Certificate presented to the employees of the Canadian Kodak Company in 1942: "Certificate of Honour This is to certify that the employees of Canadian Kodak Co., Limted have purchased bonds of the Victory Loan to the amount of their objective. On behalf of the people and the Government of Canada, I am happy to send this Honour Certificate with my thanks for your cooperation. - Minister of Finance, October-November 1942"

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Sixth victory loan honour certificate

World War II Victory Bonds Honour Certificate presented to the employees of the Canadian Kodak Company in 1944: "Certificate of Honour This is to certify that the personnel of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. have purchased bonds of the Sixth Victory Loan to the amount of their objective. On behalf of the people and the Government of Canada, I am happy to send this Honour Certificate with my thanks for your cooperation. -Minister of Finance, April May 1944". This certificate is annotated with various signatures.

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Seventh victory loan honour certificate

World War II Victory Bonds Honour Certificate presented to the employees of the Canadian Kodak Company in 1944: "Certificate of Honour This is to certify that the personnel of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. have purchased bonds of the Seventh Victory Loan to the amount of their objective. On behalf of the people and the Government of Canada, I am happy to send this Honour Certificate with my thanks for your cooperation. -Minister of Finance, October-November-1944"

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Eighth victory loan honour certificate

World War II Victory Bonds Honour Certificate presented to the employees of the Canadian Kodak Company in 1945: "Certificate of Honour This is to certify that the personnel of Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd. have purchased bonds of the Eighth Victory Loan to the amount of their objective. On behalf of the people and the Government of Canada, I am happy to send this Honour Certificate with my thanks for your cooperation. -Minister of Finance, April-May 1945"

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Ninth victory loan honour certificate

World War II Victory Bonds Honour Certificate presented to the employees of the Canadian Kodak Company in 1945: "Certificate of Honour This is to certify that the employees of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. have purchased bonds of the Ninth Victory Loan to the amount of their objective. On behalf of the people and the Government of Canada, I am happy to send this Honour Certificate with my thanks for your cooperation. -Minister of Finance, October-November 1945"

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Kodak Olympic

Item is a grey, crew neck T-shirt with a silk screen logo of a stylized 35mm roll of film and the official Olympic logo. The Eastman Kodak company sponsored the Olympic games from 1896 (Athens) until 2008 (Beijing).

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Pony 135, Model C

Item consists of a small format camera. It has a Kodak Flash 300 Shutter 1/25-1/300, a 44mm f/3.5 Kodak Anaston Lens and uses 135 film format. It features a faster shutter and a shorter focal length to previous models. The body is made of brown Bakelite. Above the lens is an aperture scale for Kodachrome and Ektachrome films.

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Instamatic X-35F

Similar to the Instamatic X-35, this small hand held camera has black moulded plastic casing meant to look like leatherette, and two brown faux leather panel details on the front on either side of lens. A bright red plate above lens reads "KODAK / INSTAMATIC X-35F". A switch at the top indicates the two Kodar lens focus settings for "beyond 6 feet" or "2 to 6 feet". Fitted with a Flipflash socket. Kodak wrist strap attached. Manufactured for the Canadian market, 'camera' is written on the nameplate in English and in French. Made for use with 126 cartridge film.

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Instamatic 314

Item is a small automatic exposure camera with leatherette and metal case and a Kodar lens. Lens can be adjusted at the top with a switch that indicates to the user "beyond 6 feet" or "2 to 6 feet", allowing for relatively close-up photography. Wrist strap attached. Made for use with 126 cartridge film and flashcubes.

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Winner Pocket

Item is a basic snapshot camera with narrow, horizontal design, similar to that of the Kodak Mickey-Matic or the Gimini. It has an orange coloured release button on top and a brown and tan plastic (the darker brown mottled to look like leatherette) body. Made for use with 110 cartridge film.

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Instamatic X-15F

Item is a basic, hand held snapshot camera with black and brown plastic casing (some areas mottled to look like leatherette). It made exposures on 126 cartridge film. It features a brightline viewer and lever film wind. The original X-15 used Magicubes for flash photos. The F designation is for the updated model, which uses "FlipFlash". This model was one of the last Instamatics to use 126 film.

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Pocket Instamatic 20

Item consists of a Kodak Instamatic 20, a small hand held camera with thin, horizontal design, made for use with 110 film. Red coloured release button on top above viewfinder. Metal and black plastic design with black leatherette bottom and strap attached. It is fitted with a 25mm f/9.5 triplet lens in a two speed shutter, and features a brightline viewfinder, Magicube socket and tripod socket.

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Instamatic X-35

Item is a small hand held camera has black moulded plastic casing meant to look like leatherette, and two black faux leather panel details on the front on either side of lens. A blue plate above lens reads "KODAK / INSTAMATIC X-35". A switch at the top indicates the two Kodar lens focus settings for "beyond 6 feet" or "2 to 6 feet". Fitted with a Flipflash socket. Made for use with 126 cartridge film.

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Instamatic 44

Styled similarly to the Hawkeye Instamatic II, this basic snapshot camera has a flashcube socket. This all-black model was the lowest-price Instamatic produced by Kodak, and the first Kodak to be "carded" for self-service sales. A similar camera, with no flashcube socket, was produced in Brazil as the Instamatic 11. It features an f/11 lens and 1/50 shutter. Made for use with 126 cartridge film. Raised metal text on front reads "MADE IN CANADA".

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Instamatic X-15F

Item is a basic, hand held snapshot camera with black and brown plastic casing (some areas mottled to look like leatherette). It made exposures on 126 cartridge film. It features a brightline viewer and lever film wind. The original X-15 used Magicubes for flash photos. The F designation is for the updated model, which uses "FlipFlash". This model was one of the last Instamatics to use 126 film. In original plastic packaging (unopened). Includes strap and manual. Camera did not require batteries.

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Instamtic X-15F outfit

Item is a basic, hand held snapshot camera with black and brown plastic casing (some areas mottled to look like leatherette). It made exposures on 126 cartridge film. It features a brightline viewer and lever film wind. The original X-15 used Magicubes for flash photos. The F designation is for the updated model, which uses "FlipFlash". This model was one of the last Instamatics to use 126 film. Camera did not require batteries. Red plate on front and the text "appareil camera". Comes with original box (opened) but no extra materials inside. Strap attached. Sticker on top with handwritten note "#15".

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Ektra 1 outfit

Item is a small camera with a thin horizontal design with black plastic body and large green number "1" on top of casing. It has a basic design with fixed focus and a flipflash connector. Made for the Canadian market, this camera is labelled in French and English, and reads "appareil Kodak EKTRA camera" in silver above the green #1. Across bottom, plastic lettering has been attached reading "LORNA CLIFFORD". At the back, opposite viewfinder, the same plastic lettering reading "LMC". Camera is in original packaging (opened) with roll of 110 film and strap included.

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Star 110

Item is a simple snapshot camera with a built-in electronic flash. It has a small, thin horizontal design with black plastic body and flashcube on right. Film-wind wheel centrally mounted on the back of the camera. Comes in original orange plastic packaging (unopened) with a roll of 110 film and 2 AAA batteries.

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Kodak Disc 3600 outfit

Item is a small, rectangular camera in black plastic casing with blue detail around label, in original box (opened). Compact fixed-focus camera with built-in flash. The camera took 15 exposures on 11x8mm film that came in the form of a flat disc.

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FunSaver 35

Item consists of a disposable camera for Outdoor Only loaded with a 24 exposure roll of Kodacolor Gold 400 ISO 35mm film for colour prints. New in box. Develop before date is July 1996.

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Kodak Star 1035 ZD zoom

Item is an automatic camera with black plastic casing, made for use with 35 mm film. It features a 30-60 mm power zoom lens, auto focus, dateback, automatic SENSALITE electronic flash, sealed in original box. Made for the Canadian market, the packaging in is both French and English. Manufactured in Japan.

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FunSaver TeleFoto 35

Item consists of a disposable camera for use outdoors featuring a telephoto lens and loaded with a 27 exposure roll of Kodak Gold 400 ISO 35mm film for colour prints. Unopened in original box. Develop before date is May 1996.

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Ektra 1 outfit

Item is a small camera with a rectagular body made of black plastic and a green #1 on the top. Made for use with 110 cartridge film, it is a basic camera with fixed focus and a flipflash connector. Made for the Canadian market, this camera is labelled in French and English, and reads "appareil Kodak EKTRA camera" in silver above the green #1. Camera is in original packaging (opened) with roll of 110 film, instruction booklet and strap included.

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Brownie Bull's-Eye Flash outfit

Item is a small metal and bakelite camera with Kodak Twindar Lens and settings indicated for scenes, groups or individuals. Used Kodak 620 film. Outfit includes a presentation box with flash holder, one-time use flash bulbs (4 of 8 have been used), user's guide, strap, and Kodacolor II negative film.

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Kodak Wratten gelatin filters

Item consists of a set of 15 Kodak Wratten galatin filters, used to alter the color wave length of light and make changes in the color balance of images recorded on color films, or compensate for deficiencies in the spectral quality of a light source.

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Kodak Flasholder Model B

Item is an external flash bulb holder for use with "cameras equipped with Kodak 'Flash' shutters". Features include a polished aluminum reflector, bulb ejector button, bracket and exposure table. Imported by Canadian Kodak Co. Limited.

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Kodak Midget Flasholder

Item is an external flash bulb holder compatible with Kodak cameras, for use with M-2, M-5, M-25, No. 5 or 25 flashbulbs. Features include Lumaclad reflector, bulb ejector button, bracket and exposure table. Made in Canada.

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Kodak Tourist Adapter Kit

Item is an kit used to adapt the Kodak Tourist camera to use different film formats (828, full 620, half 620, 120) with exposures of 28 x 40mm, 5.7 x 8.25 cm, 4.14 x 5.7 cm, and 5.7 x5.7 cm respectively. The kit includes a special camera back, spool and holder, picture masks, view finder masks and a case. Imported by Canadian Kodak Company.

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No. 1 Kodak Enlarging Camera

Item is a camera for making enlargements up to 16.5 x 21.6 cm (6.5 x 8.5 inches), using daylight. The product was marketed to amateur photographers as there was no need for a darkroom setup to produce the images. The No. 1 Enlarging Camera sold for $15.00 in 1904.

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New visions for Canadian business - strategies for competing in the global economy / Kodak Canada Inc.

Item consists of three copies of a study commissioned by Kodak Canada and prepared by Joseph R. D'Cruz and Alan M. Rugman at the University of Toronto. Part 1 in a 3-part series including "Fast forward : improving Canada's international competitiveness" and "New compacts for Canadian competitiveness". One copy is housed in Kodak Canada folder and accompanied by letter from R.C. Morrison, president of Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Fast forward : improving Canada's international competitiveness / Kodak Canada Inc.

Item consists of two copies of a study commissioned by Kodak Canada and prepared by Joseph R. D'Cruz and Alan M. Rugman at the University of Toronto. Part 2 in a 3-part series including "New visions for Canadian competitiveness" and "New compacts for Canadian competitiveness".

Kodak Canada Inc.

New compacts for Canadian competitiveness / Kodak Canada Inc.

Item consists of three copies of a study commissioned by Kodak Canada and prepared by Joseph R. D'Cruz and Alan M. Rugman at the University of Toronto. Part 3 in a 3-part series including "Fast forward: improving Canada's international competitiveness" and "New visions for Canadian Bbusiness : strategies for competing in the global economy".

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