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Posters and Signage

Series contains posters and signs from Kodak Canada Ltd. Most posters are reproductions of the original Eastman Kodak advertisements on foamcore boards for the purposes of display in the Kodak Heritage Museum. Objects originally intended for the Kodak Heritage Museum have been indicated in the notes field of the record. Subjects include: promotional posters from Kodak's The Techniques of the Masters Videoconference Series, advertising campaigns and Kodak slogans printed on posters, historical images of Kodak cameras, and medical imaging posters from the Health Sciences Division of Eastman Kodak Company. Also included are a group of large-scale foamcore posters of Kodak Heights operations reproduced from glass plate negatives in the collection.

Thank you for this Kodak moment

Item consists of four identical posters, two in French and two in English. The poster features black and white images of a letter from the president of Kodak Canada Inc. celebrating the success of their manufacturing and supply operations, a Kodacolor roll of film, and of six Kodak employees. Writing at the bottom of the poster describes the accomplishments of the Kodak team and thanks them for their great performance in 1992.

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"You've come a long way baby"

Item consists of 1 poster for Kodak Ektachem, featuring a school bus with an image of the 1984 Colorama Babies transparency along the side, and the children in the image (now about 7 years old) leaning out of the bus windows above their own image. The phrases "You've come a long way, baby." and "Kodak Ektachem clinical chemistry products" appear on the right hand side.

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Kodak coffee mugs

Item contains 2 promotional Kodak mugs. The first is ceramic and promotes Kodak's Ektachrome professional film and Q-Lab service, the second is plastic and has a yellow Kodak Film logo.

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To capture that special moment. Kodak.... it's all you need to know

Item consists of two similar foamcore signs both with the phrase "To capture that Special Moment / Kodak ...it's all you need to know." One features an image of a bird in flight and one an image of a butterfly on a flower. The reverse of each sign is labelled with a sticker that reads "Mazzuca Design, Photography & Ideas" followed by their contact information.

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Black and white prints

Contains ca. 7500 b&w prints from the Kodak Canada Corporate Archives spanning the history of the company from 1900-2005. Highlights include early images of the Kodak Heights facilities, including construction of the first buildings ca. 1915. These prints also correspond to the series of Kodak Heights Albums that document the development of the property. Other images document the various industrial activities related to the production of photographic materials, cameras and moving images at Kodak Canada. Oversize prints include reproductions of portraits of George Eastman as well as images of his life and various leisurely activities.

Prints are organized by the order created when processed in 2005. This arrangement was loosely based on the Kodak Canada's original organization of the files in their archives index. Files of prints organized by the Kodak Canada Archives Index associated with the collection have been kept together, with the individual file numbers and index titles referenced in the Notes field of each record.

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Craig Drew inspecting film

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of a man inspecting film at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab. Description reads: Craig Drew Inspects 35mm Kodachrome Film From the Drying Cabinet at the End of the Processing Operation. / The Roll Will be Taken to the Semi-Automatic Mount Machine.

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Michael Hoffman and Jim Ferguson adjusting microfilm processor

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of two men at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab, one is adjusting a microfilm processor. Description reads: Michael Hoffman, right, a Micrographics Equipment Service Rep, Adjusts a Recordak Prostar Microfilm Processor. / With Him is Jim Ferguson, Vancouver District Service Supervisor for Micrographics, Photofinishing and Roller Transport Processors.

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Dale Allen and Larry Cadorin comparing densities

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of two men holding photographs up to a window at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab. Description reads: Dale Allen, left, and Larry Cadorin, Both Equipment Service Reps, Compare Densities of Negatives From Roller Transport Processors.

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Allison Cameron and Ian Ferguson

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of a woman talking on the phone with a man next to her at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab. Description reads: Allison Cameron Gets a Call From a Kodak Equipment Service Rep While Ian Ferguson Waits to Discuss his Service Calls for the Day.

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John Lo checking copier

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of a man checking the setup of a copier-duplicator at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab. Description reads: John Lo, a Copier Equipment Service Rep, Uses a Service Module to Check and Setup a New Kodak Ektaprint Copier-Duplicator in the CESD Repair Shops. / Pre-installation Checks are Done to Speed Installation on the Customer's Premises.

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Ted Bagley and Len King with motion picture film

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of four men with part of the stock of motion picture film at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab. Description reads: Ted Begley and Len King, Processing Service, With Part of the Stock of Motion Picture Film Kept for Pickup by Local Cinematographers.

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Kodak Heights Building #3

Photographs showing the construction of Building 3 at Kodak Heights during 1913-1917. These are loose prints that are exactly the same as the prints in the photographic albums that document the construction of Kodak Heights during the date range 1913-1917. See related records for albums: 2005.001.06.01.002

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Kodak Heights Building #5

Appear to be loose prints from the Kodak Heights series of albums that document the construction of Kodak Heights during 1913-1917, See related records for albums: 2005.001.06.01.002. Note that a group of these prints were organized in a separate box, P-56 and P-64, they have been assigned the same number and the different locations noted in the record.

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Graphic materials series

Series contains graphic materials related to the operations of Kodak Canada Limited including Blueprints and Plans, Kodak Advertising Materials, and Posters and Signs. Blueprints and plans document the establishment of Kodak facilities in Ontario, including historical blueprints of the Kodak King street plant, as well as early diagrams and cyanotype blueprints of the Kodak Heights property drafted by The Canadian Pacific Railway. Kodak Advertising Materials includes a group of 35 Ad Ledgers containing proofs for Kodak ad campaigns from 1920-1987. Poster and signage include a group of posters publicizing Kodak's The Techniques of the Masters Videoconference Series, early images of Kodak Heights operationas reproduced on large-scale foamcore boards, and Kodak advertising campaigns reprinted on foam-core boards for the Kodak Heritage Museum.

Kodak Advertising Materials

Series includes heavy leather post-bound ledgers containing proof sheets of advertisements and finished prints clipped from magazines and newspapers. The ads describe products intended for the Consumer, Professional, Medical, Dealer and other specialized markets and were collected by employees of the Communications Department.

The series also includes loose Kodak advertising proofs from 1927 assembled in a two-ring binder.

Kodak Canada In Focus mask from "The Man from Zodiac"

File consists of a Kodak Canada In Focus snapshot of a gargoyle mask . Adhered to the verso of the photograph is a label that indicates the image was for Kodak Canada In Focus, October 1980, Vol. 26 No. 8. Subject info reads: "Plastic mask used in Holly Adorantis award winning film The Man from Zodiac."

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Kodak Canada In Focus tenite polypropylene foam uses

File consists of a Kodak Canada In Focus snapshot of kitchen utensils and vegetables laid out on a counter. Adhered to the verso of the photograph is a label that indicates the image was for Kodak Canada In Focus, September 1981, Vol. 27 No. 8. Subject info reads: "Tenite polypropylene foam used in making handles on kitchen tools and cutlery."

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Kodak Canada In Focus employee portraits

File consists of Kodak employee portraits. Adhered to the verso of each are labels that indicate the images were for Kodak Canada In Focus, May 1981, Vol. 27 No. 5. Subject info for the portraits read: "Don Thompson has 25 years service", "Al Williamson has 25 years service", "Max Wagner has 25 years service", and "Tom Penman was honoured by the Society of Management Accounts of Ontario".

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Kodak Canada In Focus salon winners, Calgary office, Ron Morrison

File consists of Kodak Canada In Focus snapshots . Adhered to the verso of each are labels that indicate the images were for Kodak Canada In Focus, Aug-Sept 1980, Vol. 26 No. 7. Subjects info for each reads: "Kodak Calgary Office", "Vice-President of Manufacturing Ron Morrison, now President of Kodak Canada", "Kodak Salon winners Canadian entries, Reg Brown's photo titled 'Jessica'", and "Kodak Salon winners Canadian entries, Dick Robinson's photo titled 'Gannets'".

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Kodak Canada In Focus stock planning department

Item is a snapshot with an enclosed caption that reads "Julie learning the use of the video display unit at the stock planning department. 'The teacher' is Tuula Multala, stock planning assistant." Inscribed in blue ink below the caption reads "Jan 1980 / Vol. 26 No. 1", likely the issues of Kodak Canada In Focus this photograph may appear in.

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Kodak Canada In Focus forty-first annual pioneers' banquet

File consists of Kodak Canada In Focus snapshots from the forty-first annual Kodak pioneers' banquet . Adhered to the verso of each are labels that indicate the images were for Kodak Canada In Focus, March 1980, Vol. 26 No. 3. Subjects named include: Bram Coles, Donald Miller, Ken Winter, Douglas Harvey, Don Morrison, Roland -ondry, Morrison Richard, Gerry Ham, John Clark, Ron Morrison, Ed Hicken, Ross -eland, Helen Floyd, Charles Tachauer, George Innes, John Wong, Hazel Lee, and Art Annis.

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Kodak Canada In Focus fortieth annual pioneers' banquet

File consists of Kodak Canada In Focus snapshots from the fortieth annual Kodak pioneers' banquet . Adhered to the verso of each are labels that indicate the images were for Kodak Canada In Focus, February 1979, Vol. 25 No. 2. Subjects named include: Jack and Kay McLean, Jack Burgess, John McLean, Ron Breen, Bob Searles, Don Spring, Elsie Dallan, Bernice Welsh, Cis Ball, Doug Harvey, Earl Plester, Art and Bett Hagerman, Bram Coles, Gabrielle Stewart, Alf Hall, the Chaplins, and the Randalls. Also included from this issue of In Focus is a portrait of Donald Miller, CP & P dept. for 40 years of service.

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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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Kodak Canada In Focus portrait of Ron Nicholson, fire chief

Item is a portrait of a man wearing a peaked cap with a badge that reads "FIRE DEPARTMENT / SERVICE D'INCENOIE". Adhered to the verso is a label that indicates the image was for Kodak Canada In Focus, Nov 1980, Vol. 26 No. 9. Subject info reads: "Kodak's own fire chief Ron Nicholson, was honoured by the Boy Scouts of Canada."

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Kodak Canada In Focus portrait of Doug Norton, fire chief

Item consists of a portrait of a man wearing a peaked cap with a badge that reads "KODAK CANADA / FIRE DEPARTMENT". Adhered to the verso is a label that indicates the image was for Kodak Canada In Focus, Nov, Dec, 1979, Vol. 25 No. 10. Subject info reads: "Kodak's fire chief Doug Norton retired after 41 years of service."

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