Item consists of a portrait format poster that reads "Kodak Gifts Say / Open me first! / When you open your Kodak camera outfit first, you can save all the fun of Christmas-and the years to come-in pictures" Beneath the text are images, prices, and brief descriptions of the Brownie Starflash Outfit camera, the Brownie Hawkeye Flash Outfit camera, the Kodak Pony IV Camera Outfit, and the Brownie Movie Camera Kit.
Item consists of a portrait format board poster advertisement that reads "All out-doors invites your Kodak / Autographic Kodaks $6.70 up, at your dealer's / Canadian Kodak Co., Limited / Toronto". Above the text is a large image of a woman on the beach holding a parasol and an Autographic Kodak camera.
Item consists of a blue, portrait, board poster, advertising Kodak Film. It features an image of a black and white snapshot of a puppy peeking around a corner to look at a kitten. Beneath the snapshot are two paragraphs of text describing the qualities and features of Kodak Film.
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,
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.
Item is a marble plaque with gold lettering that reads: "ETOBICOKE / GENERAL HOSPITAL / FOUNDATION / Patron / Kodak Canada Incorporated / Employees Charity Trust / September 1998 / In appreciation of / your generous support".
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".
Item is a brass plaque mounted on wood with engraved text that reads: The / Eglinton Community Initiative / Gratefully Acknowledges the / Support and Contribution of / KODAK CANADA / to the ECI From / 1999/2000".
Item is a brass plaque mounted on wood that has been engraved with the words: "The Eglinton Community Initiative / gratefully acknowledges / the support & contribution of / KODAK CANADA INC. / to the ECI from / 1996-1999".
Item is a brass plaque mounted on wood with black text that reads: "[North York Board of Education logo] / The North York Board of Education / Hereby expresses its appreciation to / Kodak Canada / For its valued contributions to the / Partners In Education Program / 1996/97".
Item consists of a foldable brochure binder insert with images and information about the cross sections of lungs that is intended to make it possible to identify the segmental anatomy and localize lung lesions observed on a CT examination of the thorax. It was produced by the Department of Radiology, Toronto Division and University of Toronto and published by the Health Sciences Division of the Eastman Kodak Company.
File contains transparencies with images of Kolorkin merchandise, including tshirts, plush toys, Koloring books, cups and a growth chart, laid out on a table, Two employees are seated at the end of the table. Location is Building 11.
File contains transparencies 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 black and white prints see 2005.001.06.03.079.
File contains transparencies featuring images of Kodak employees applying Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) labels on Kodak chemicals at the Distribution Centre [building 11] warehouse.
File contains transparencies featuring images of Kodak employees wearing white lab coats and holding up cartons of Kodak film. Included in the image is a sign that reads "Kodak Canada Inc. / Manufacturing in Canada / for the World". Other images feature Kodak employees showcasing Kodak Canada Inc.'s BSI Registered Firm certificate. Location: Bridge to Building 11; Flow Line Building 10.
File contains transparencies featuring images of two male Kodal employees wearing suits and holding up an award plaque. Behind them on the wall are posters that read "Quality First Supplier Program". Location: Purchasing Department Conference Room.
File contains prints featuring images of Kodak during the war years. Images feature soldiers, speakers, performers, and plaques. Most are from the presentation of a Certificate of Honour to the employees of the Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. for purchasing bonds of the Second Victory Loan.
Toronto, Ontario Mr. Robert C. Kirk (left) Manager of Graphics Imaging Systems, Kodak Canada Inc., presents a cheque in the amount of $5,00 to Ms. Jane Hawtin from Radio Station CKFM who accepts it on behalf of the station's Childrens fund. In turn Ms. Hawtin gives the cheque to Mr. Claus Wirsig, President of the Hospital for Sick Childrens Foundation. The presentation was made in recognition of the Hospital's outstanding work in the health care of young people. Robert Lansdale Photography
Item is a photographic copy print featuring an aerial view of Kodak Heights, with a stick on the verso that reads: Toronto Plant - / the Canadian Kodak Co., Limited / 3500 Eglinton Avenue West / Toronto 15, Ontario.
Item is a print featuring an aerial view of Kodak Canada with text that reads: "KODAK WAS FOUNDED AND GREW TO ITS PRESENT SIZE / PRIMARILY BECAUSE OF THE HIGH QUALITY OF ITS PRODUCTS, / WHICHOVER THE YEARS BROUGHT CUSTOMER PRAISE AND / PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP. THE FUTURE OF THIS COMPANY AND / CONSEQUENTLY THE WELFARE OF ALL THE KODAK PEOPLE, / DEPENDS ON MAINTAINING THIS REPUTATION FOR HIGH / QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS. / WE CANNOT BY INSPECTION ALONE GUARANTEE THE QUALITY / OF KODAK PRODUCTS - IT MUST BE BUILT INTO THEM BY THE / SKILLED CRAFTMANSHIP AND PRIDE OF WORKSMANSHIP ON / THE PART OF EVERY OPERATOR."
File contains images of a Kodak Canada Co. Limited billboard displayed at Kodak Heights. It features a chart with different departments and days of the week, and reads "Avoid accidents at Kodak Heights / Get your building painted / Oct 10 to 16 'No Accident Week'".
File contains images of employees in Kodak Canada's Film Testing Department. Many are inscribed with instructional captions. An image of Jeff Metcalfe reads "Mark at left as indicated. Make engraving 16 pieces wide, 12 1/2 pieces high. October 1953 KODAK".
File contains images of Kodak products piled as Christmas presents, such as the Instamatic M4 and the complete Super 8 home movie outfit, beneath a 'Season's Greetings' picture with hand drawn signs that have slogans like 'open me first' or 'gift idea'. One image features flash cubes hung like snow flakes. For colour prints see 2005.001.06.05.050.
File contains images of Kodak products piled as Christmas presents, such as the Instamatic M4 and the complete Super 8 home movie outfit, beneath a 'Season's Greetings' picture with hand drawn signs that have slogans like 'open me first' or 'gift idea'.
File contains a panorama of lawn bowlers posed outside of a Canadian Kodak Co. building, a panorama of anonymous Kodak employees, an image of men lawn bowling with the inscription "Testing Dept Lawn Bowling Party" inscribed on the verso, an image of Ed Herbert and Fred Rowe lawn bowling, and other aerial views of men lawn bowling.