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Kodak Canada In Focus employee portraits, Photography Drive

File consists of Kodak employee portraits. Adhered to the verso of each are labels that indicate the images were for Kodak Canada In Focus, April 1981, Vol. 27 No. 4. Subject info for the portraits read: "Mary Rowntree has 10 years of service pg. 6", "Kodak lawn bowler displays his winning medals over the years. pg. 6", "Vida Lainson has 40 years service. pg. 5", "George Lugsoin put in 41 years of service. pg. 5", "Winnie Tomlinson has 25 yrs service pg. 5", "Alec Young has 40 yr service pg. 5". Portraits include Ron Eaton, "Carmela", Sharon Reid. The final image in this file is a smaller photograph of a road sign, with a label included that reads "Road sign of Photography Drive. pg. 2" and is from the same issue of In Focus.

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Young adult gathering, employees at warehouse

File contains a collection of snapshots, all with borders and some with bevelled edges, that feature images from a gathering of young adults at someone's home or cottage. Additionally, there are images of employees inside a warehouse and office building. A photographer's stamp on the verso of many of the images reads: "W. P. Edwards / 26 Monterrey Dr. / REXDALE, ONT. 741-0192". Previously in green 3-ringed binder. Previous title: Camera repair 1950-1975

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George Eastman self-portrait

George Eastman took this self-portrait in 1884, with the following handwritten note: "made on paper with soluble substratum developed after transferring." The print is the self-portrait with the handwritten statement printed over the image.

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Mounted photographs of Eastman Kodak Stores, Ltd., Montreal, QC

Item is a leaf from a photo album containing 2 mounted black-and-white photographs of the Eastman Kodak Stores, Ltd. property at 286-288 Craig Street (Rue Craig) in Montreal, Quebec from 1934. Captions indicate the images represent the front of the building, looking south, and the top of the building, looking north.

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Children promotional portraits

File consists of photographs featuring images of children. Many are promotional images, and feature children at the beach, pumpkin picking, with grandparents, professional portraits, Easter egg hunting, eating lollipops, applying clown make-up, eating donuts, being sprayed by a hose, dressed in costume and more. Some have captions enclosed, such as an image of a girl holding up a maple leaf with a caption that reads: "The essence of late fall is captured bin this one golden leaf. With it, the wily photographer has also obtained a charming unselconscious portrait of the little girl." Some duplicates.

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Commercial portraits of children

File contains promotional group portraits of children participating in outdoor activities, including sleighing, camping, tree climbing and Easter egg hunting. Many are enclosed with captions that feature photography technique pointers, such as a print of a row of toddlers sitting outside on a bench with a caption that reads: "The photographer saw this fascinating line-up and was quick to get their picture before the children noticed."

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Nordic and alpine skiers

File consists of prints featuring images of people nordic and alpine skiing, included couples, families, individuals and friends. An enclosed caption reads: "The tranquility of a lovely afternoon in a snowy woodland glade is but one of the rewards for the cross-country skier." Some duplicates.

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Shooting Guidelines - Landscape and Portrait

File contains images demonstrating various lansdcape and portrait techniques. An enclosed caption from one images reads: "The craftsmen of Williamsburg are just one of the many picture opportunities you find indoors and out. Being able to use existing light is particularly important at the silversmith's shop when you want to avoid flash reflection in the silver.

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Actress Dorothy Gish

Item is a copy print with the caption: A 1916 crew films actress Dorothy Gish. The director, center, is Elmer Clifton. The assistant cameraman, right is Karl Brown. Eight years later, Brown photographed "The Covered Wagon," the prototype of the "Hollywood western." I-88-1454

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First Kodak camera

Item is a print featuring an image with the caption: The first Kodak camera, introduced in 1888, sold for $25, loaded with enough Eastman film for 100 exposures. It produced a 2 1/2 inch diameter negative.

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Portrait of George Eastman

Caption adhered to verso of print reads: George Eastman's contribution to society included improving the quality of the workplace by pioneering such concepts as wage dividends, retirement annuities, life insurance and disability benefit plans for employees.

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