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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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Objects series

Series contains objects donated from Kodak Canada Inc. including plaques highlighting Kodak's community initiatives and corporate status, promotional items such as clothing, flags, keychains, pins, toys, badges, and medals provided to honor excellence within the Kodak company, and objects referencing Kodak's Olympic involvement.

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Textiles

File contains promotional textile material produced by the Kodak company and includes T-shirts, sweat shirts, a towel, a cloth bag, neckties and a flag. These items were given to employees and customers by Kodak Canada and used as promotional giveaways.

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Calgary Stampede Wooden Wagon

Item consists of a model wooden wagon featuring a wagon canopy that has a characterized image of a cowboy riding a horse, beneath the words "Calgary Stampede" in red. Stamped on the base is the inscription: COBBLESTONE BASKET FACTORY / CANGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA

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1995 1,000,000,000 Roll Kodak Gold

Item consists of a collection of 30 lapel pins with butterfly clutches. Pins are attached to small cards: "We hope that you will wear this special pin with pride, recognizing the collective contribution of worldwide CI Associates to the sale of the 1,000,000,000th roll of Kodak film in 1995. -Dave, Alex, and Charlie"

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Kodak Advantix & Special Olympics

3 pins with butterfly clutches are attached to cards describing Kodak Canada's sponsorship of the Special Olympics World Winter Games taking place in Toronto and Collingwood, Ontario, February 1-8, 1997, including the specific ways they contributed to the event through camera and film technolgoy. The additional pins are individually packaged without the attached description. Pins represent a roll of Kodak Advantix Film with the Special Olympics logo and feature a cloisonne appearance.

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"Kodak 100 Past Preserved, Future Defined Un Passe Preserve Un Avenir Defini" Canada inc 1899-1999

Item contains a collection of 20 pins, in groups of 5, attached to leather strips, with the remaining pins in individual plastic bags. Pins are rectangular and have a cloisonne appearance with a butterfly clutch. They read: PAST PRESERVED FUTURE DEFINED. / KODAK 100 / CANADA INC. 1899-1999 / UN PASSE PRESERVE UNAVENIR DEFINI.

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Kodak, Official imaging sponsor of the 1996 Olympic games, Atlantic 1996

Item is a collections of butterfly clutch lapel pins. Pins are a square shape with rounded corners and have a cloisonne type appearance. The left side features the Olympic logo on top of a blue background with the words "100 / Atlanta 1996". The right side is gold with the words "Kodak / Official Imaging Sponsor of the 1996 Olympic Games" in black. These Olympic Games were the 100th Anniversary of the first Summer Games in Greece held in 1896.

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EM Power!

Item is a butterfly clutch lapel pin that is gold, rectangular and features the word "EMPower" with "EM" in black lettering on a yellow background and "Power" in yellow lettering on a red background.

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Appreciation plaque from Trillium Health Ctr Foundation

Item is a wall plaque that reads: "[Trillium Health Centre Foundation logo] / Presented with sincere appreciation to / Kodak Canada Inc. / (Donor Wall Category - Sponsor) / For your support of Trillium Health Centre / Healping us provide the very best in health care". It has a black marble border and a cream coloured background with black text,

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Certificate of appreciation from Alzheimer Society of Halton-Wentworth

Item is a plaque with a gold border, cream-coloured background and black text. Text reads: A CERTIFICATE OF / APPRECIATION / The Alzheimer Society / Halton-Wentworth / Most Gratefully Acknowledges / The Contribution of / KODAK CANADA INC. / for supporting the / 2001 / "Celebrity Pour" / COFFEE BREAK / Your Kindness and Generosity Will Aid in Supporting / Programs and Services To Benefit Individuals and / Families Coping With This Degenerative Brain Disorder." It is signed by two members of the fundraising committee, Marlene R. Burnett and Carolyn Kovacs.

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Innovation Insights

Item is a glass plaque mounted on a black background. It reads: "[Innovation Insights logo] INNOVATION INSIGHTS / ...exploring best practices / Recognizes / KODAK CANADA INC. / for / World Class Perforamce / [logo] Alliance of Manufacturers & Exporters Canada / NRC - CNRC"

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Psychology foundation of Canada plaque

Item is a black plaque mounted to marble painted wood with silver text that reads: "[logo] / Presented to / Kodak Canada / In Recognition of / your team's / ongoing support / to / The Psychology Foundation of Canada / and for your / leadership role in the development / of the / Parenting For Life series / October, 2000".

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1995 Moe Classic

Item is a [brass?] plaque mounted on wood with engraved text that reads: "THE 1995 MOE CLASSIC / PRESENTED TO / KODAK CANADA / IN RECOGNITION OF YOUR SUPPORT FOR / PEDIATRIC CARDIAC RESEARCH THROUGH / THE HEART & STROKE FOUNDATION OF ONTARIO / "by working together / we can give the children of today / a fighting chance to become / the vibrant, healthy, and productive / adults of tomorrow" / Moe".

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Children's wish foundation of canada

Item is a painted black brass plaque, mounted on a brass plaque, mounted on wood. A blue, red and gold version of the Children's Wish Foundation logo is mounted above gold text that reads: "Inrecognition of the support / and encouragement afforded / The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada / This plaque of appreciation is presented to / KODAK CANADA INC. / whose contribution towards realizing / the wishes of children suffereing from / high risk life-threatening illnesses / is greatfully acknowledged."

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Orillia soldiers' memorial hospital

Item is a laquered black brass plaque mounted to wood with a carved border. Engraved brass text reads: "Presented to / KODAK CANADA / for your support, training and encouragement / in our Quality Journey / from / ORILLIA SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL / CANADA / AWARDS FOR / EXCELLENCE / RECIPIENT 1997 QUALITY - HEALTH CARE / October 29, 1997".

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100th Anniversary of Kodak Canada

Item is a collection of two plaques, one with a pink shaded background and one with a green shaded background. Both read: "1899 [Kodak Canada Inc. 100 years logo] 1999 / It all started at / 41 Colborne St. in / Toronto / Past Preserved - Future Defined / Presented by BGM Imaging Inc. in celebration of Kodak Canada's 100th Anniversary - 1999". On the left side is an image circa 1910 of the Kodak Canada Inc. location at 41 Colborne Street, and on the right is an image circa 1999 of the same location.

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BGM imaging congratulatory plaque

Item is a brass plaque mounted on wood with black text that reads: [BGM logo] / BGM IMAGING INC. Congratulates / KODAK CANADA INC. / [red and yellow Kodak logo] / on the occasion of their / 100th Anniversary / [black, red and yellow Kodak Canada Inc. 100 years logo]". It is signed by Robert N. Graham, President - BGM Imaging Inc. and Ilgvars Broks, Executive Vice-President - BGM Imaging Inc.

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West Park hospital foundation

Item is a glass plaque with an image of a rainbow and a tree in a park that reads: "WEST PARK HOSPITAL / FOUNDATION / In the Spirit of Triumph / In Recognition of the / Official Unveiling and Dedication of / Milestone Way on Kodak Boulevard / May 30, 1999". Previously in frame.

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Ethics in action

Item is a pressed piece of paper mounted on a red background with a blue mat in a black frame. The pressing in the paper reads: "ethics in / action / awards / Recognizing Leadership in / Corporate Social Responsibility". Mounted on the base of the blue mat is a brass plaque that is engraved with the words: "Kodak Canada Inc. / Nominee / Ongoing Social Responsibility - Business / Ethics in Action Awards 2000".

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Dufferin Children's Car Rally award

Item is a piece of pressed paper hung on a black background behind red and blue mats in a black frame. The pressing reads: "[Dufferin Children's Fund Car Rally logo] / oomanac / Corporate Challenge". A brass plaque mounted to the base of the blue mat is engraved with the words: "CORPORATE CHALLENGE WINNER / 2ND ANNUAL / DUFFFERIN CHILDREN'S CAR RALLY / SEPTEMBER 21, 1996 / ORANGEVILLE ON".

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Award of Excellence - Canadian Tire

Item is a wooden plaque engraved with the words: "THE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE" above a smaller brass plaque adhered at the base of the wood that is engraved "1997 / KODAK CANADA INC." Beside the plaque the Canadian tire logo is carved into the plaque. Beneath the brass plaque are the words "CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION, LIMITED", also engraved into the wood. The centre of the wooden plaque has an image of a Canadian Tire store engraved behind an image of a handshake. On the verso is a sticker from the manufacturer, Laserwood Inc., that states the plaque was made using the new art form of Laser Engraving.

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Humber College

Item is a brass plaque mounted on glass with red text that reads: "Humber College of Applied Arts And Technology [logo]" and black text that reads: "PARTNERSHIP / with / Kodak Canada Inc. / In recognition of our commitment to the continuous / development of business and industry through / progressive training and education. / Toronto 1991 / [signed] Robert A. Good / President".

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Terry Fox foundation

Item is a beige plaque with a black border that reads in grey and pink text: "THE TERRY FOX FOUNDATION / Certificate of / Appreciation / To Kodak Canada Inc. Employee Charity Fund / For your participation and dedication to the / annual Terry Fox Run. / Terry Fox's race is over. In fact, he never finished the / course: none of us do. What is important is the running. / What is important is to set goals. What is important is / not to quit, not ever. What is important is to run well and / honestly, with as much human grace as possible not for- / getting, too, to take in the joy in running, to laugh at life's / absurdities as well as weep at its cruelties. / The Globe and Mail, July 1, 1981". An image of Terry Fox is on the left, and 10 borders indicating where to adhere stickers are in the bottom right corner. One red sticker is attached that reads "THE / TERRY FOX / RUN / 1995".

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Industrial energy innovator

Item is a plaque awarded to Kodak Canada by Natural Resources Canada and the Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) for "commitment to improving energy efficiency as a means of becoming more competitive while helping to meet Canada's greenhouse gas stabilization goals by reducing CO2 emissions"

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Ken Shaw classic

Item is a brass black with black laquer, mounted on brass, mounted on wood with a carved border. Engraved on the black is text that reads: "[logo] / The / Ken Shaw / Classic / On behalf of / The Ken Shaw Classic / benefiting / Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre, / The Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation, / The Tammy Emmerton Scholarship Fund / & / Variety Village / We thank / KODAK CANADA / and offer our sincere appreciation / for your generous support in these / worthwhile causes. / JUNE 17, 1997 / EMERALD HILLS GOLF CLUB".

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Kodak for Kids Microscope Set

Item is a Kodak for Kids Microscope Set made by Tyco. It is a 54 piece kit that includes 1 clear petri dish with lid, 2 clear plastic vials (1 is missing), a spatula, tweezers, a stirring rod, 6 glass slides (4 are missing), 3 prepared slides (1 is missing), 12 cover glasses, 12 statical covers, 12 blank labels, a microscope with 25x to 100x magnification and instructions in both french and english. In original packaging.

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Totem sculpture with commemorative plaque

Item is a totem scultpure with a commemorative plaque mounted at the base that reads: "The North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce / - Welcomes - / Kodak / into the alliance of North Shore industry and / presents this symbol to mark the event. / The growth and prosperity of the community / shall be our joint endeavor. / To that end this token pledges us. - Oct. 1961"

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Kodak 100 year commemorative plate

2 commemorative plates celebrating Kodak's centennial in 1980, in the center of the plate there is imprint with a woman in an old-fashioned dress holding a brownie box camera taking a photo outside of a girl holding a doll and an umbrella, there is a boy standing next to the woman, and the Kodak slogan printed below the scene "You press the button we do the rest".

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Photographic equipment and materials series

Series contains 251 photographic materials and equipment donated by Kodak Canada Inc. including cameras, camera accessories, film and paper, photographic viewing and editing equipment, and processing equipment and materials. Objects have been arranged by the above stated categories. Most of the eqiupment and materials originated from the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection Museum, and specific reference to this original intent has been included in the notes and subject fields.

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Photographs series

This series contains photographic albums, b&w negatives and prints, colour negatives and prints, colour slides, glass plate negatives and transparencies originating from the Kodak Canada Corporate Archives and Heritage Collection. These materials were used both as forms of documentation of the history of the company at various sites including Kodak Heights, Brampton, Montreal and Vancouver, as well as functioned as a working collection to use for promotional efforts. Highlights include: documentation of the construction of the Kodak Heights site circa 1915 in a series of commissioned albums and loose prints; documentation of the various operations related to the photographic and moving image industry including paper, film, and camera production and processing; marketing campaigns for digital initiatives; and a reference slide collection used by the Kodak Canada Corporation.

Photographic materials have been organized by format and within by the order created when processed in 2005. This arrangement was loosely based on the Kodak Canada's original organization of the files in their archives index. Files of photographs organized by the Kodak Canada Archives Index associated with the collection have been kept together, with the individual file numbers and index titles referenced in the Notes field of each record. Previously assigned reference numbers are indicated in the Archivist's Comments fields.

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Albums

Series contains 24 photographic albums donated from Kodak Canada. Highlights include a series of 6 photograph albums documenting the construction of the first Kodak Heights buildings during the date range of 1913-1916 with indexes organizing the prints by building or site chronologically; these albums form a significant primary resource on industrial construction in the early 20th century.

Also included in the series are several family photograph albums spanning the range of 1920-1950 that portray recreational and family life in Southern Ontario as well as WWI subject matter; and a group of Kodak company albums documenting employee events, vacations, and social parties at Kodak.

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Photograph album of Kodak Heights property

Album contains gelatin silver prints mounted on black cardboard inserts. Below each image is a handwritten caption including the subject and date. The images are landscape views of the Kodak Heights property circa 1913 during initial preparations for construction, specifically documenting the wells. Includes several images taken in 1921 of the 4th well, a Kodak building can be seen in the background.

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Kodak Heights photograph albums

File contains six photograph albums documenting the development of the Kodak Heights property and the construction of the first Kodak Heights buildings during 1913-1916. These albums are consistent in their presentation and physical characteristics, including bindings, construction, and gelatin silver prints and includes inscribed captions in the lower right corner with the title and dates.

Each album is organized by building or site with indexed tabs to indicate the building or construction project. Prints are arranged chronologically within each section, presenting a detailed progression of the building projects from start to finish. Kodak Heights buildings documented include: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 as well as site projects including reservoirs, chimney, sewage disposal, trunk sewage, tunnels, plant nursery. Highlights include a series of images of the Canadian Battalion at Kodak Heights during WWI.

Several images are printed from the glass plate negatives in the collection.

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Photographs Canadian Kodak Company Kodak Heights

A photographic album that documents the construction of the first Kodak Heights buildings during 1913-1915. Each gelatin silver photograph is the same size and contains an inscribed caption in the lower right corner of each print. This album includes images of the construction of Kodak Heights building no. 7 as well as miscellaneous construction subjects such as reservoirs, chimneys, and the plant nursery. Index tabs are: 6, 7, MISC.

Album is arranged according to building or site with prints ordered chronologically within each section, presenting a detailed progression of the building projects from start to finish.

The verso of a print in the Misc. section is stamped in ink with: Noted W.S. Austin.

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Photographs Canadian Kodak Company Kodak Heights

A photographic album that documents the construction of the first Kodak Heights buildings during 1913-1915. Each gelatin silver photograph is the same size and contains an inscribed caption in the lower right corner of each print. This album includes images of the construction of Kodak Heights buildings no. 1,3, 5, 7 as well as bridges, mechanical equipment and roads on the property.

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Kodak Heights

A photographic album that documents the construction of the first Kodak Heights buildings during 1913-1915. Each gelatin silver photograph is the same size and contains an inscribed caption in the lower right corner of each print.

Album is arranged according to building or site with prints ordered chronologically within each section, presenting a detailed progression of the building projects from start to finish. This album includes images of the construction of Kodak Heights buildings no. 4, 5, 7. Index tabs: Bldg. #2, Bldg. #4, Bldg. #5, Bldg. #7, Reservoir, Tunnel, Sewage Disp'l, Trunk Sewer.

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Kodak Heights

A photographic album that documents the construction of the first Kodak Heights buildings during 1913-1915. Each gelatin silver photograph is the same size and contains an inscribed caption in the lower right corner of each print. Highlights include a series of images on the Canadian Battalion at Kodak Heights, an image of a sign announcing the new Kodak Heights facilities, and images of the construction of Kodak Heights building no. 1 as well as other site projects. Index tabs: Canadian Battalion, Nursery, Fence, Pile Driver, Chimney, Bldg. #1, Equip't, Coal Trestle, Water Soft'n'r.

Album is arranged according to building or site with prints ordered chronologically within each section, presenting a detailed progression of the building projects from start to finish.

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Kodak Heights

A photographic album that documents the construction of the first Kodak Heights buildings during 1913-1915. Each gelatin silver photograph is the same size and contains an inscribed caption in the lower right corner of each print.

Album is arranged according to building or site with prints ordered chronologically within each section, presenting a detailed progression of the building projects from start to finish. This album includes images of the construction of Kodak Heights building no.3. Index tabs: Bldg. #3.

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Photographs: Earle G. Lindsay Christmas 1915

A photographic album containing snapshot photographs of family gatherings, most appear to be in Ontario. Includes early photo-booth images as well as a variety of snapshots documenting family life and recreational activities throughout rural Ontario in the early twentieth century. The inside title page contains a handwritten inscription, "Earle G.[?] :omdsau, Christmas 1915."

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Post Cards : [photographs]

Photographic album containing images of a family including snapshots of recreational activities in various locations throughout Southern Ontario. Noted locations include: Uxbridge (Victory Day), Centre Island, High Park, and Oakville. Several images portray soldiers and one image has the caption "Victory Day, Uxbridge, Ont."

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Photographs

Photograph album contains images of various Kodak Heights subjects including: recreational activities including baseball, lawn ball; company field trips, election campaigns for the Board of Governors and the K.A.A. Governorship; rallying support for WWI soldiers and campaigns for victory bonds. Includes a portrait of John G. Palmer (d. 1921), who acted as Canadian Kodak Co.'s first President and General Manager from 1918 to 1921.

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Volume I vacation post cards & "things" from 1961 to 1968

Binder contains photographs and postcards from various Canadian Kodak Company employees vacations. Photographs and postcards are adhered to hole punched pages with typed text captions stating the name of the employee, the date, and location of the trip along with transcribed annotations from the employee's correspondence.

The binder also includes 1.25 cm of textual records in the form of reprographic copies of the binder's pages as well as a Print File Preserver containing loose photographs and miscellaneous correspondence materials.

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Volume II vacation post cards & "things" from 1969 to 1973

Binder contains photographs and postcards from various Canadian Kodak Company employees vacations as well as company events and parties. Photographs and postcards are adhered to hole punched pages with typed text captions stating the name of the employee, the date, and location of the trip along with transcribed annotations from the employee's correspondence.

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Kodak Canada Inc. ground breaking ceremony

Item is an album of 6 colour photographs documenting a ground breaking ceremony held at Kodak Heights on July 21, 1986. The ceremony marked the beginning of a construction project that constituted part of the Toronto Expansion Program, in which Kodak Canada closed its Brampton manufacturing facilities and expanded Kodak Heights, the company's property at Eglinton Avenue and Weston Road, Toronto, Ontario. The ceremony was presided over by Ronald Morrison, then-president and general manager of Kodak Canada.

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Black and white negatives

Contains 6027 b&w negatives from the Kodak Canada Corporate Archives spanning the history of the company from 1900-2005. Negatives are organized by prior arrangement when processed, which was loosely based on the Kodak Canada's organization of the files in their archives index. Files of negatives originating from the previous index associated with the collection have been kept together, with the individual file numbers and index titles referenced in the Notes field of each record.

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