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.
Item consists of a disposable camera for indoor/outdoor use with flash loaded with a 15 exposure roll of Kodak Gold 800 ISO 35mm film for colour prints. Unopened in box. Develop before date is September 1996.
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.
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.
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".
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.
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.
File contains 3 colour-printed empty cardboard boxes, in two different sizes, for Kodak Velox F2 single weight photographic paper. The two smaller boxes are stamped with the expiry dates July 1, 1956 and Aug 1, 1962, respectively.
Item is a sealed package of twelve 5 x 7 sheets of Kodak Velox E2 single weight sensitized photographic paper, produced ca. 1943 by Canadian Kodak Co., Limited. Item is stamped with the expiry date Oct. 1, 1943.
File contains 3 blueprints (2 cyanotype reproductions) related to the original land proposal for the Kodak Heights factory in Ontario, showing the outline of the area including proposed buildings, Eglinton and Yonge streets, as well as surrounding lots and concessions. Blueprints pertain specifically to the construction of a steel railway trestle connecting Canadian Pacific rail lines to the Kodak Heights power house (Building 1)
Item consists of a 15 metre Super 8 Sound cartridge of Kodachrome 40 Sound Colour Movie Film Type A in original packaging. Develop before date is April 1981. Inscribed in blue ink on verso reads the name "Fritz Siess" followed by an address in Willowdale, Ontario. It was mailed to the Kodak Canada Inc. processing laboratory in Brampton, Ontario.
Item consists of a pro pack meant to contain four 36 exposure rolls of ASA 160 Tungsten Kodak Ektachrome Professional Film for color transparencies in original packaging. Develop before date is August 1981.
Item consists of a pro pack meant to contain four 36 exposure rolls of ASA 64 Daylight Kodak Ektachrome Professional Film for color transparencies in original packaging. Develop before date is August 1981.
File contains photographs featuring images of Kodak employees applying Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) labels on Kodak chemicals at the Distribution Centre [building 11] warehouse.
Item consists of a photograph of Janet Gilles behind a Ford Thunderbird, her prize for winning the Consumer Markets "Colors in Motion" Sweepstakes. Entry forms were included on special 3-paks of Kodacolor Gold 100 film.
File consists of 2 contact sheets and 2 prints featuring images of a life-sized cutout french advertisement at the Image Centre in Toronto for Kodak Colorwatch System, featuring an image of a man holding a baby standing beside a dog wearing a birthday hat and sunglasses and a stuffed Kosmic the Kolorkin mascot toy.
File contains three contact sheets featuring images of a man in a lab coat standing at the of a Kodak's Signature Color Proofing System machine, explaining the information on its monitor to a woman. Located at Batten Graphics. For transparencies see 2005.001.06.08.005.
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.
File contains photographs featuring images of the Kodak booth at the 1959 Master Photo Dealers' & Finishers' Association (MPDFA) held in Toronto, Ontario. This later became known as the Photo Marketing Association International.
Item is a photograph featuring an image of three men, including Ed Juris, holding two documents. One is from the Quality Management Program at Kodak, the other is a Quality First, Silver Award from the Quality Management Program presented to Kodak Canada Inc. in 1988 for BISD (Business Imaging Systems Division) sensitized films. The photograph was taked on the 5th floor of Building 7 at Kodak Heights.