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Rialto, Venice

Lantern slide, glass B&W slide in wood frame. Image framed in black paint. Sticker on wood, torn off but visible are the words in ink "Rialto Ven..." and in pencil on the wood frame "Rialto, Venice." Handwritten in ink on a sticker on the glass "456 Le Rialto a Venise" in french. Image of a covered bridge, the Rialto, over a canal with gondola.

Communications department tour movie

The reel features two films. First, A Kodak Album looks at the history of Kodak cameras and the Kodak Canada offices in Toronto, and later in Vancouver and Montreal. The second film, The Film/Paper Story, explains the chemical and industrial process of making film stock and photographic paper.

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.

Kodak Canada Inc.

[Kodak brand transformation, digital imaging]

Item is an internal brand transformation DVD containing 4 different edits, of differing lengths, of a promotional video detailing the digital photographic products and services offered by Kodak. Also includes a PDF Brand Book about these services and a 35 page Power Point presentation about the changes in photography with a customizable title page. Likely used for sales or marketing presentations.

Eastman Kodak Company

GCG Booyah! Final

Item is a promotional video produced by Eastman Kodak encouraging people to continue using Kodak products for digital photographs. This is the same video as "Winds of Change" (2005.001.21.154).

Eastman Kodak Company

Thanks for the memories: Kodak Heights manufacturing 1914-2005

A commemorative DVD produced by Kodak Canada Ltd. for employees during the final days of the Kodak Heights operations. The DVD celebrates the employees of Kodak Heights in Toronto upon the closing of the plant in 2005. Four films on the disc include events and speeches from the June 30th, 2005 employee day, interviews and photographs of Kodak Heights employees.

Kodak Canada Inc.

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