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No. 1A Gift Kodak

Item consists of a No. 1A Gift Kodak folding camera. This was a special version of the No. 1A Pocket Kodak Junior camera with an early Art Deco design by industrial designer Walter Dorwin Teague to target a female market audience. The camera has a genuine brown leather trim with metal decorations on the door and faceplate on the shutter. It is a fixed focus model that uses type 116 roll film to take 2.50 x 4.25 inch exposures and has a meniscus achromatic lens. The camera can take instantaneous exposures and time exposures depending on the setting. This gift model was originally priced at $15.00.

No. 3 Autographic Brownie Model H

Item consists of a Kodak No. 3 Autographic folding camera, model H. Camera has a brilliant viewfinder and black leather covering. It uses type A118 autographic film rolls to make 6 exposures of 3.125 x 4.25 in (8 x 10.5 cm). This camera has a Kodak Ball Bearing shutter and Kodak antistigmat f7.7, 130mm lens with an aperture scale from f7.7 to 45. The shutter has speeds of B, T, 1/25, 1/50 and 1/100 sec. The bellows are adjusted to focus and have a pointer on a 6 to 100 feet scale. The brilliant viewfinder folds out with the bellows and can be flipped between vertical and horizontal shots.

Kodak Canada Inc. a BSI registered firm [buildings 10 and 11]

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.

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Kodak Heights aerial view made from the first roll of Ektacolor Edge 5 coated at KCI

Item is an aerial photograph of the Kodak Heights complex in Toronto, Ontario. Printed below the image is a dedication: "In Appreciation Of Your Contribution This Print is Made From The First Roll of Ekacolor Edge 5 Coated at KCI on March 25th, 1996". Ektacolor Edge 5 is a glossy colour photographic paper that was produced at the Kodak Heights factory.

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Kodak Canada In Focus - Sport Special

Item is a group snapshot of Kodak employees wearing Kodak sweatshirts lined up under a banner that reads "The Todd Brooker Spirit Cup Challenge". A description enclosed with the print reads the date and issue, followed by "Kodak Sales and Market Dept. Sport Special Kodak Sweat Shirt's". It was featured in Vol. 1 No. 3 on pg. 8 of Kodak In Focus.

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Canada's 125th Anniversary at Building #5 and Kodak PhotoCD

File contains two identical photographs featuring an image of a group of employees standing with a Canada flag outside in the parking lot of Building #5. A flag in the foreground indicates the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada. The third photograph features an image of the Kodak PhotoCD compact disc with PhotoCD Player and remote, likely taken for advertising purposes.

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Kodak window displays, Christmas 1965

File contains images of Kodak products piled as Christmas presents, such as the Instamatic M4 and the complete Super 8 home movie oufit, 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 black and white prints see 2005.001.06.03.346.

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Kodak window displays, Christmas 1965

File contains colour negatives featuring images of Kodak products piled as Christmas presents, such as the Instamatic M4 and the complete Super 8 home movie oufit, 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.

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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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New visions for Canadian business... book

File contains two prints featuring images of a book titled "New visions for Canadian business... Strategies for competing in the global economy". A header on the cover of the book reads "A study by Alan M. Rugman and Joseph R. D'Cruz Faculty of Management, University of Toronto". There is also a Kodak logo on the bottom left corner.

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Kodak people lawn bowling 1926-1937

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.

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Kodak window displays, Christmas 1965

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.

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