Showing 95 results

Archival description
Toronto aerial photographs
Print preview View:

1 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Kodak Heights aerial views 1970s, with text

Item is a print featuring an aerial view of Kodak Canada with text that reads: "KODAK WAS FOUNDED AND GREW TO ITS PRESENT SIZE / PRIMARILY BECAUSE OF THE HIGH QUALITY OF ITS PRODUCTS, / WHICHOVER THE YEARS BROUGHT CUSTOMER PRAISE AND / PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP. THE FUTURE OF THIS COMPANY AND / CONSEQUENTLY THE WELFARE OF ALL THE KODAK PEOPLE, / DEPENDS ON MAINTAINING THIS REPUTATION FOR HIGH / QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS. / WE CANNOT BY INSPECTION ALONE GUARANTEE THE QUALITY / OF KODAK PRODUCTS - IT MUST BE BUILT INTO THEM BY THE / SKILLED CRAFTMANSHIP AND PRIDE OF WORKSMANSHIP ON / THE PART OF EVERY OPERATOR."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Heights aerial and ground level views and marching band

Photographs consist of views of Kodak Heights :

  • Three aerial views, one slightly earlier in years
  • One panorama of three buildings
  • One at entrance gate with buildings nos. 3 and 5 in background
  • One of Kodak Canadian soldiers (or air men) in marching band, passing in front of Building No. 9 (Employees Building).
    Previously in 3-ringed binder.

Kodak Canada Inc.

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.

Kodak Canada Inc.