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Kodak Canada Corporate Archives and Heritage Collection Dossier
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Kodak copier and duplicator brochures / Eastman Kodak Company

File consists of 6 colour illustrated brochures featuring Kodak photocopying machines and duplicators for the business market. Products include: Kodak 1570 and 1575 copier-duplicators; Kodak Color-Edge 1550 copier; Kodak Color-Edge 1525 copier; Kodak 2110 and 2120 duplicators; Kodak 2085 copier-duplicator; and Koda Ektaprint 95 copier.

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Handheld photographic field guides / Chimifoto Ornano ; Eastman Kodak Company ; Kodak AG ; Radiant

File consists of 8 handheld guides designed for use while operating photographic and projection equipment. Includes the Kodak Print-Exposure Computer (in envelope), Kodak Indoor Exposure Guide (2 copies), Snapshot Kodaguide, Kodak Development/Enlarging Dial, Kodak Projection Calculator, Chimifoto Ornano Optical Test Target, and Radiant Screen Finder. The five former items, all published by Eastman Kodak or its subsidiary, Kodak AG, contain rotating volvelles intended to guide users in the choice of film, shutter speed, and f-number for a variety of subjects and lighting situations, to help with photographic enlarging and development, and to aid in determining projection distance.

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At Kodak Heights / Canadian Kodak Co.

At Kodak Heights was a bimonthly magazine, first published in January 1921, intended to foster communication among employees of Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd.

The full lineage of internal publications for Kodak Canada employees ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

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Kodakery Canada / Kodak Canada Inc.

First published in 1994, Kodakery Canada is a monthly publication of Kodak Canada designed to communicate the activities of the company and its employees. File includes vol. 1, no. 1 (May/June 1994) to vol. 15, no. 1 (Jan. 2008). Some issues bear the title Kodakery Canada Nation. File includes Communications Sessions Reports and issues of Kodakery Newsflash, which were published alongside Kodakery Canada.

The full lineage of internal publications for Kodak Canada employees ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed again to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

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The photo finisher / Canadian Kodak Co., Limited

File includes issues of The Photo Finisher, published by Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. from 1927 to 1930 and from 1943 to 1960. The publication took over from "D and P Bulletin" in 1927 and was targeted toward developers and printers of Kodak film products. File includes issues of The Photo Finisher Bulletin and other ephemera. Some issues missing.

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Reproductions of John G. Palmer correspondence

File contains reproductions of correspondence between John G. Palmer and members of Eastman Kodak Company, including George Eastman. Most of the correspondence pertains to the purchase and rental of property in Toronto, but some pertains to bank balances and transfers, annual general meetings, and other miscellaneous topics. Palmer was the treasurer of Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd., becoming the company's first president in 1918.

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Miscellaneous corporate records

File consists of: a directory to Kodak facilites, including telephone, conference room, and department listings; a listing of Ontario customers with image centres. sorted by city; and notes and correspondence from a presentation by the Black Creek Business Corridor Intermunicipal Task Force.

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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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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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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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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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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 pertaining to inspections, insurance, and safety compliance

File includes correspondence, inspection reports, and technical drawings related to plant safety and risk assessment from 1913 to 1940. Correspondents include: Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, the Bureau of Explosives (Toronto), various contractors, the Mount Dennis Volunteer Fire Department, and the Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies. This latter company performed detailed inspections for insurance purposes on Kodak Heights buildings before and during construction. Topics include: outfitting Kodak Heights with sprinkler systems, fire alarms, water supplies and oxygen masks, storage and handling of magnesium and its alloys, and storage and transport of cellulose nitrate film. File also includes a preliminary inspector's report on the fire that occurred in Building #3 of Kodak Heights on November 17, 1914.

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Records pertaining to sewer construction

File contains correspondence, specifications, contracts, and technical drawings from 1913 to 1914 related to the construction of an outlet sewer at Kodak Heights. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, and various construction companies, including F.F. Fry, General Contractors of Toronto, who were awarded the contract.

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Miscellaneous records related to Kodak Heights construction and maintenance

File contains miscellaneous correspondence, specifications, orders, and contracts related to the construction, outfitting, and maintenance of Kodak Heights from 1913 to 1969. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, Kodak (Australasia) Pty. Ltd., and numerous contractors.

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Records pertaining to the gelatine blending building (building #6)

File includes correspondence and orders related to the construction and outfitting of the gelatine blending building (building #6) at Kodak Heights. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., the Detroit Cement Floor Company, the Dominion Bridge Company, and Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd.. Construction of building #6 began on November 6, 1929.

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Records pertaining to the construction of the employee builidng (building #9)

File contains correspondence and orders related to the construction and outfitting of the Kodak Heights employee building (building #9). Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. and numerous contractors. Work on the building began on March 24, 1939 when Cedarvale Tree Experts moved trees in preparation for construction. The building was completed in 1940.

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Records pertaining to the 1973 Kodak Brampton open house and family night

File contains records related to the planning and execution of an open house and family nights held at Kodak Canada's Brampton facilities in 1973. The events celebrated the completion of the second phase of the plant with the opening of the colour print and processing building (building #34). The family nights were held on September 21 and 24, 1973; the open house was held October 18-20, 1973. File includes invitations, meeting minutes, event schedules, correspondence, posters, maps, and other ephemera.

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Report on the official opening of the Kodak processing laboratory in North Vancouver, B.C.

File includes a post-event report on the official opening of the Kodak Canada Vancouver processing laboratory. The report documents the opening event, held on October 18, 1961, as well as a dealer open house, held on October 19, 1961. Report includes descriptions of the events, invitations, and programs.

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Raw stock records

File consists of 6 halfbound manuscript record books recording the daily stock numbers, in grams, kilograms and feet, of various types of paper manufactured by Canadian Kodak Co. between 1906 and 1933.

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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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Records related to photograph production and publication

File contains records created in the production and publication of promotional photographs. Documents include: image captions for photographs of individuals, products, and war-related munitions work; picture files for photographs for the 1962 annual report; correspondence with external individuals requesting usage rights; correspondence regarding the Kodak commemorative stamp photographs, product images, and Kodak Ltd.'s coronation photographs; and photography release forms. Most records in file were unfortunately divorced from their accompanying photographs at some point during their life cycle.

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Kodak press releases and press kits / Eastman Kodak Company

File contains press releases and press kits prepared by Eastman Kodak Company communications department between 1976 and 1989. Most press releases pertain to Kodak products and provide tips on various forms of photography and subject matter. However, some releases pertain to events in Kodak's corporate history, such as corporate anniversaries. Eastman Kodak's Corporte Information department changed its name to Corporate Communicatons in 1979 and then to Communications and Public Affairs between 1983 and 1987.

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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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Records pertaining to the Kodak Canada George Eastman centennial

File contains records related to the celebration of the George Eastman centennial at Kodak Heights. Includes: an orginal and two copies of a debriefing document created after the employee celebration which took place from September 30 to October 4, 1954; a debriefing document created after a celebratory Dealers' Night held at Kodak Heights; and a copy of the Eastman commemorative issue of Rochester Commerce (vol. 41, no. 7, 1954).

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Records pertaining to Kodak Canada centennial open house

File contains records pertaining to the Kodak Canada centennial open house, held at Kodak Heights on October 30, 1999 for kodak employees, retirees, and their families. File includes notes, correspondence, presentations, guidelines for participating departments, draft invitations, and other ephemera. Records likely belonged to Bonnie Chapman, who worked both in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs and as the Curator of the Kodak Heritage Collection and Museum.

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Records pertaining to Kodak Canada's centennial marketing

File contains records related to marketing and communications for the 100th anniversary of the founding of Kodak Canada Inc. in 1999. File includes: centennial team strategic documents and timelines; Powerpoint presentation printouts; a presentation from Business Communication Service Ltd. related to brochure publication; correspondence with Alliance Atlantis related to broadcast advertising; centennial logos; inventories of images used in web advertising; an issue of Marketing Magazine from Dec. 1999; records related to the distribution of special edition Kodak T-550 Advantix cameras to employees; brochures; Mayor Mel Lastman's proclamation of Kodak Photo Week and Kodak Centennial Day; and other miscellaneous documents. Records likely belonged to Bonnie Chapman, who worked both in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs and as the Curator of the Kodak Heritage Collection and Museum.

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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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