Fonds contains photographic camera equipment used by the photographer Alfred S. Upton, and an exhibition catalogue that accompanied a 1987 exhibition of his work at the Pearl Street Gallery in Hamilton, Ontario.
Eastman Film Envelope contains two negatives and two positives, depicting a cemetary scene, Mount Royal Cemetary. Inscription in black ink on front of envelope reads, 'Mount Royal Cemetery Sept 1917, Flowers on Graves of father, mother and brothers Roe Monument.
Item is a loose leaf binder with documents outlining the policies and procedures for the emulsion production departments. Includes position schedules, security procedures, standard practices, smoking rules, and solution recipies and steps.
Item is a loose leaf binder with stat copies of recipes and instructions for the creation of photographic emulsion and dyes. Property of the Film Emulsion department, it also includes correspondence with suppliers and other departments.
Sub-sub-series contains notebooks and loose pages documenting the work of the engineering department at Kodak Heights. Notes detail the construction, repairs, and renovations of buildings on the site as well as land surveys.
Item consists of three copies of a study commissioned by Kodak Canada and prepared by Joseph R. D'Cruz and Alan M. Rugman at the University of Toronto. Part 3 in a 3-part series including "Fast forward: improving Canada's international competitiveness" and "New visions for Canadian Bbusiness : strategies for competing in the global economy".
Item consists of two copies of a study commissioned by Kodak Canada and prepared by Joseph R. D'Cruz and Alan M. Rugman at the University of Toronto. Part 2 in a 3-part series including "New visions for Canadian competitiveness" and "New compacts for Canadian competitiveness".
Item consists of three copies of a study commissioned by Kodak Canada and prepared by Joseph R. D'Cruz and Alan M. Rugman at the University of Toronto. Part 1 in a 3-part series including "Fast forward : improving Canada's international competitiveness" and "New compacts for Canadian competitiveness". One copy is housed in Kodak Canada folder and accompanied by letter from R.C. Morrison, president of Kodak Canada Inc.
File contains reports published by Eastman Kodak Company, Kodak Canada Inc. and the Canadian government outlining key points in American and Canadian manufacturing and industry for the purpose of strategic decision-making.
Item is the original patent (#22351) granted on September 2, 1885 by the Commissioner of Patents, Dominion of Canada, to George Eastman and William Hall Walker of Rochester, NY, for "improvements in roll holders, for exposing flexible sensitive photographic films." Item includes textual specifications and diagrams of the proposed improvements. Prior to patenting the innovation in Canada, Eastman and Walker were granted a similar patent (#317049) by the United States patent office on May 5, 1885.
Item consists of a black and white poster advertising ISO 9001 Customer Equipment Service. Writing on the poster describes Kodak Canada's commitment to service and high quality products. Black and white and colour prints of the image used in this poster can be found under the title "Customer Equipment Service ISO 9001 promotional group shots".