This file contains a paper authored by Farah Shroff published in the proceedings of the conference, "Race , Gender and the Construction of Canada," hosted by the University of British Columbia Centre for Research in Women's Studies and Gender Relations, October 19 - 22, 1995.
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.
Item is a bound illustrated manual providing instructions for producing motion pictures films using Kodak products. The manual contains the following chapters and appendices: introduction; Eastman color negative film; Eastman color print film; Eastman panchromatic separation film; Eastman color internegative film; suggestions for processing machine design and construction; dermatitis due to color processing chemicals; certification and sources of supply of chemicals used in processing Eastman color negative, color internegative and color print film; formulas for processing solutions; analytical reagents and procedures for use in processing control for Eastman color films; and some equipment suppliers.
Item is a white plaque with a blue border that reads: "Thank You / For your time support and / encouragement! You've helped to / make our wishes come true / Love the Wish Children / The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada".
This file contains a chapter, authored by Susan Silver, from "Remaking Canadian Social Policy: Staking Claims and Forging Change", edited by Jane Pulkingham and Gordon Ternowetsky, Fernwood Press, 1996.
File contains photographs 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 two prints featured in In Focus September 1986, Vol. 1 No. 4. They feature an image of Lou Berger with a cut across his forehead, and of the safety glasses that saved him from serious eye damage.
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 plaque with a gold border, cream-coloured background and black text. Text reads: A CERTIFICATE OF / APPRECIATION / The Alzheimer Society / Halton-Wentworth / Most Gratefully Acknowledges / The Contribution of / KODAK CANADA INC. / for supporting the / 2001 / "Celebrity Pour" / COFFEE BREAK / Your Kindness and Generosity Will Aid in Supporting / Programs and Services To Benefit Individuals and / Families Coping With This Degenerative Brain Disorder." It is signed by two members of the fundraising committee, Marlene R. Burnett and Carolyn Kovacs.
Item consists of a black poster featuring a printed page written by a friend about a man named Hughy, and his hospital experiences adhered to the poster board. To the right of the page are adhered a photograph and a matching negative featuring an image of Hughy sitting in a three-wheeled vehicle. Beneath the photographic images is a short text stating that the images were made to resemble those made with a 1938 Kodak. Appears to be made for Kodak Museum display, to acompany one of the cameras, which was used to create the images on the poster.
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 negatives featuring images of Kodak employees applying Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) labels on Kodak chemicals at the Distribution Centre [building 11] warehouse.