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Communications reference material

Sub-sub-series contains documents used as reference material for Kodak Canada's Corporate Communications department and also potentially by the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum between approximately 1970 to 2005. Sub-sub-series contains articles photocopied from various publications or printed from websites, including articles published by Kodak--such as articles from Kodak magazine--and articles published externally. Sub-sub-series also includes: mission statements, organizational charts and other strategic documents for both Kodak Canada Inc. and Eastman Kodak Co.; print-outs and photocopies of Kodak Customer Service pamphlets; and reproduced advertisements and photographic images. Because the Corporate Communicatons department was closely associated with the Kodak Heritage Collection and Museum, a similar file of Museum Reference Material was likely also consulted by employees of Corporate Communications.

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Kodak strategic documents

File contains executive-level corporate documents pertaining to both Kodak Canada and Eastman Kodak Company. The documents were likely used as reference materials by Kodak Canada's corporate communications department. File includes: a 2005 organizational chart of Eastman Kodak Company; an Eastman Kodak strategic report entitled "Kodak in Focus"; Kodak Canada's mission, vision and goal statements in English and French; and Kodak Canada's environmental policy statement.

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Reproduced articles, catalogues, and magazine covers

File contains miscellaneous print-outs and photocopies of articles, catalogues, and magazine covers published both by Kodak and externally. Items were likely used as reference materials by Kodak Canada's communications department or by the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum. Topics include: photographic history and production; Kodak history; George Eastman; and others.

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Reproduced advertisements

File includes photocopies of Kodak advertisements from the late 19th century to the late 20th century. The images were likely used as reference materials by Kodak Canada's communications department or by the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum.

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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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Kodak customer service pamphlets

File contains originals and photocopies of Kodak Customer Service Pamphlets and order forms, published between 1977 and 1997. These pamphlets were available for purchase and provided technical advice and information on various aspects of photography. Topics include: photograms; camera lenses; and the history of Kodak cameras.

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Reference information from Kodak

File contains photocopies of Reference Informaton from Kodak. These concise pamphlets were available for purchase and provided information on various aspects of photography and Kodak products. File contains information on Kodak colour films and other aspects of colour photography.

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Kodak instant products

Item is a 3-ring binder containing information on Kodak instant photography products. Includes press releases, diagrams, photographs, and general instructions. Binder is divided into the following sections: a slide presentation; Kodak instant camera production; Kodak instant film production; how the cameras work; how the film works; research and development; and the chemistry. Three promotional brochures for Kodak cameras, Kodak photographic film, and Kodak Park are laid into front.

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Announcing--a new era of decision-free Kodak disc photography

Item is a 3-ring binder containing product information on Kodak disc photography. Includes press releases, promotional photographs, diagrams, and general instructions. Binder is divided into the following sections: announcement news releases; photofinishing systems; marketing and dealer support; picture-taking feature; science and technology. An index to contents has been created and laid into front.

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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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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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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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Reproductions of employment contracts for John G. Palmer and Eben J. Quigley

File contains reproductions of 3 employee contracts. The first, originally dated August 9, 1899, details the employment contract between John G. Palmer and Eastman Kodak Company. John G. Palmer became the treasurer of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., in 1899 and the company's first president in 1918. The latter two contracts, originally dated October 13, 1917 and January 1, 1923, detail the employment contract made between photographic emulsion maker, Eben J. Quigley, and Eastman Kodak Company.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum records

Sub-series consists of records pertaining to the operation of the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum. The Kodak Canada Heritage Collection was instigated in the early 1990s as a continuation of the Kodak Canada Archives, intended to document and display Kodak Canada's corporate history. The archival was never formally absorbed by the museum and was housed in a room adjacent to the museum exhibition space in building 9 of Kodak Heights, in a series of 5 filing cabinets. The Heritage Collection operated under the curatorship of Bonnie Chapman, an employee in Kodak's Corporate Communications department. A request was made in 1996 to establish a permanent exhibition space for the collection in building 9 of Kodak Heights. In 1998, Kodak Canada collaborated with consultants from the Royal Ontario Museum to conceptualize and install the exhibition that was housed in this permanent space. The Museum officially opened in 1999 and was closed as part of the dissolution of Kodak Canada's manufacturing operations in the early 2000s. Many of the records and objects contained in the overall Kodak Canada Corporate Archives and Heritage Collection housed at Ryerson University were originally part of this Museum collection. Records in this sub-series include: display labels and captions; notes and correspondence related to museum events; records pertaining to Kodak's partnership with the ROM; loan agreements and calls for donations; reference material; records and inventories of artifacts; and other ephemera. There was significant crossover between the activities of the Kodak Heritage Collection and Museum and those of the Corporate Communications and Public Affairs department, particularly surrounding Kodak Canada's centennial celebrations in 1999.

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WWII product display captions and labels

File consists of draft and finalized labels for a display consisting of a naval gunsighting telescope and Mark III and IX compasses and their component parts. Includes photocopied images of the display. Mark III and IX compasses and naval gunsighting telescopes were produced by Canadian Kodak Co. during WWII.

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Kodak Canada archives indexes

File consists of 4 itemized indexes of the contents of the Kodak Canada Archives, likely created between 1977 and 1990. The archival collection pre-dated the Kodak Canada Heritage Museum and was never formally absorbed by the museum. The archives were housed in a room adjacent to the museum exhibition space in building 9 of Kodak Heights, in a series of 5 filing cabinets.

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Records related to Kodak's exhibition partnership with Cultural Innovations : the Advisory Services of the Royal Ontario Museum

File contains records created as a result of the Kodak Heritage Collection's partnership with Cultural Innovations: the Advisory Services of the Royal Ontario Museum. Cultural Innovations was hired by Kodak Canada to consult on Kodak's exhibition, Past Preserved, Future Defined, and worked with Kodak from December 1998 until the exhibition opened at Kodak Heights in June 1999. Records pertain to all aspects of exhibition design and execution and include: Cultural Innovations' original proposal; project schedules and budgets; concept design documents; floorplans and other diagrams; text panel drafts; fabric samples; correspondence; and other ephemera.

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Records related to the museum ribbon-cutting ceremony

File contains records related to the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection, held in Building #9 of Kodak Heights on June 10, 1999. The museum opened with the exhibition Past Preserved, Future Defined, produced in partnership with Cultural Innovations: the Advisory Services of the Royal Ontario Museum. File includes notes, draft invitations, printed email correspondence, lists of invitees, and other ephemera.

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Records related to travelling exhibitions

File contains records related to the Kodak Heritage Collection and Museum's travelling exhibitions held at the Calgary Stampede and the Canadian National Exhibition in July and August 1999, as well as events at the Calgary Zoo, the Vancouver Aquarium, and the Tour de Montréal in October 1999. File includes: notes and correspondence; invitations; exhibition text; floorplans and other diagrams; photocopied images; installation views; and other ephemera. The content of the travelling exhibition was a redacted version of the Past Preserved, Future Defined exhibition installed at Kodak Heights in June of the same year.

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Loan agreements

File includes loan agreements made between the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and various individuals documenting artifacts that were leant to the museum during 1999. Most agreements document artifacts leant to the Museum as part of its centennial celebrations.

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Correspondence related to the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum

File contains correspondence related to the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum. Most correspondence is with Bonnie Chapman, who worked both in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs and as the Curator of the Kodak Heritage Collection and Museum. File includes: a formal request to to Kodak facilities management requesting allocation of space for the museum; correspondence with donors to the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection; responses to reference requests; correspondence relating to viewings and tours of the collection; records related to camera loans and sales solicitations; and a letter from Bonnie Chapman to the Eastman Kodak Office of Innovation regarding a Kodak Heritage Collection project.

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Museum reference material

File includes records used as reference materials for the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum and potentially by Corporate Communications. Includes photocopies of camera catalogues and inventories; articles on the history of York; timelines of photographic history; order forms for and information on photography reference books; and information on George Eastman House, Rochester. Because the Museum was closely associated with the Corporate Communications department, a similar file of Communication Reference Material was likely also consulted by employees of the Museum.

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Kodak Canada Corporate Archives and Heritage Collection

  • SC 2005.001
  • Fondo
  • 1895-2006

The Kodak Canada collection contains records and artifacts from the Kodak Heights manufacturing facility in Toronto, as well as the historical collection belonging to the Kodak Heritage Collection Museum. The collection consists of photographs, negatives, advertising records, magazines, pamphlets, daily record books, recipe books, cameras and other photographic equipment produced by Kodak Canada Inc., or other Kodak plants around the world. The collection includes a small selection of financial records, blueprints for Kodak facilities in Canada, and other corporate ephemera, as well as photographs of events, buildings and individual employees that illustrate the social life of the company.

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