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Anna G.

Item is a portrait of young woman. Black text on back of card reads, 'Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco, United States, The World, Vienna 1873 Gold Medals, 429 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Cal.' Inscription in pencil reads, 'Anna G.'

Bradley & Rulofson

Artist catalogues takeaways

Series contains pamphlets, cards, catalogues and booklest produced by photographers as handouts between 2000 and 2005. Artists include:

Lili Almog
Matthre Barlow
Mette Bersang
Beth Block
Joergen Brandt
Brittain Bright
Andrew Buurman
Catherine Cameron
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Marcelo Coelho
Lois Conner
Michael Corridore
Vincent Delbrouck
Gair Dunlop
Beth Dow
Sebastian Friedman
Johannes Galert
Moyrah Gall
Edouard Glissant
Jules Greenberg
Myar Greene
Kyna Gourley
Linda Hansen
Mark Edward Harris
Heinrich Heidersberger
German Herrera
April Hickox
Julia Hoerner
Michael Itkoff
Adam Jeppeson
Max Kandhola
Misty Keasler
Karen Keating
Jens Knigge
Michael Kolster
Oliver Krebs
Bob Kubiak
James Lerager
Rania Matar
Heather McMlintock
Beatrice Minda
Rizwan Mirza
Edgar Moreno
Huong Ngo
Christian Nielinger
Dan Nelken
Rachel Papo
Mary Parisi
Patricia Pastore
Gilles Perrin
Liv Carle Mortenesen
Liza Nguyen
Elizabeth Orbutt
Betty Press
Susan Raab
David Ramkalawon
Scully & Osterman
Sole, Magdalena
Kristopher Stallworth
David Star
Amy Stein
Wei Leng Tay
Mogens Ulderup
Jim Vecchi
Carla Williams
Dennis Witmer

Pawel Zak

Nordström, Alison

Baby portrait.

Item is a baby portrait. Black text below photograph reads, 'Weston & Son, Dover & Folkestone'. Black text on back of card reads, 'Photographed From Life by Lambert Weston & Son. Waterloo Crescent, Dover. Sandgate Road, Folkestone.'

Lambert Weston & Son

Banff album

Brown soft cover album with word "Photographs" on front. Bound by green braided string. Black pages with photos glued in. Handwritten notations in pencil. Back cover folded in upper left corner.
Photographs are family snapshots taken around Toronto, Orillia, Banff, Regina, Ancaster, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. Some activities include rowing, tennis, canoeing, and attending various events.

Black album, "Photographs"

Black leather album, lined with satin, bound with black string. "Photographs" is embossed on the front cover, and "Royal Albums" and "Made in USA" are in gold letterpress inside the back cover. Snapshots are glued to 40 black construction paper pages. Primarily vernacular images of weddings, soldiers, and vacations. Only Dick Gossett, Alan Pride, Bill McMillan, Duncan Wallace, and Minnie (Wallace) Owens are identified. One photograph of young men is entitled "Bolsover Flirts."

Royal Albums

Black and white 35mm transparencies

Item consists of 52 black and white transparency copy slides of photo-historical images for teaching. The slides are all in metal housings, made in Switzerland by Perro Color, US Pat. 2919840. They are individually numbered in black ink with a 4 digit number on white sticker labels, but there is no index to go with the slides.

Image Arts

Cabinet card and tintype album

Item consists of a dark blue album with the words "Scenes By the Way" written in white ink on the cover. Pages are grey with cutouts to slide in and hold photographs. Photographs consist of cartes de visite, cabinet cards and tintypes and are either loose or glued onto the pages. Some have captions written in fading white ink.
Photographs were taken at studios in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; New Westminster, British Columbia; Summerside, Prince Edward Island; Ottawa, Ontario; and Chicago, Illinois, and all consist of single-figure portraits.

Photographers and studios include: C. Lewis, E. R. Turner

California album

Brown suede cover slip with some sort of faded decorative drawing; slipped over maroon hard-cover. Grey pages. Some photograph peeling away from pages; protective paper inserted between pages. A few lose photographs. Many pages left blank.

Themes include portraits, horse-drawn carriages, landscapes, waterscapes.

Includes a photograph of B. Heyman Furniture Co. in Phoenix, Arizona while located at the Anderson building on the northwest corner of Washington and 1st Street. The Anderson Building was built in 1888 and lasted until the 1980's. Also includes a photograph of Davidson's Cash Store, believed to be in Phoenix, Arizona c. 1902.

Canada album

Black cover album with black pages bound by black braided string. The word "Photographs" is embosed on front cover in gold lettering. Photographs held in with black photo corners.

Photographs are mostly family snapshots, on the beach, at home, having a picnic and by the lake; some include domestic animals. Some photographs taken Ottawa, and Niagara Falls, and at Balboa Island, California, among other destinations.

Photo stores include Thompson's Camera and Art Store.
Date on the back of a loose photograph says "Apr. / 30".

Canada album

Item consists of a brown album with gold embossing and darker brown detailing. Item has part of a metal clasp on right of cover. Pages are white with gold embossing and sleeves with cutouts to insert the photographs into. Spine is torn and in very poor condition.
Photographs are all carte de visite size, and there are 5 tintypes in paper mats spread throughout the album. Some are hand-coloured. They are all portraits, some are labeled in pencil or black ink on the back of or below the photograph with the subject's name and sometimes a date. The photographs were taken accross Canada in Charlottetown, Montreal, Halifax, Pictou, Ottawa, and others as well as Boston, Washington D.C., New York and Auckland New Zealand. Some of the studios that made the photographs in this album are the Notman Studio, Brady's National Portrait Galleries, James Inglis, and J.W. Black. Photographers include C.S. Lewis and Tanton.

Loose materials include: photographs, tintypes in individual envelopes.

Shields, Lorne

Canterbury cathedral and girl

Two pairs of photographs originally grouped together. Two photographs are of a girl seated on a miniature chaise longue in front of garden wall, and two photographs are of the interior of Canterbury Cathedral. The cathedral photographs have both been written on verso in pencil "Canterbury Cathedral," and individually in ink, "Presbytery and Archbishop Bourchier's Tomb" and "Effigy of the Black Prince from his Tomb."

Shields, Lorne

Catherine Lund portrait photograph

Portrait created at the Eaton's Portrait Studio. A copy of the portrait was published accompanying a translated speech in the Ontairo Commercial Teachers' Association, 1961 yearbook.

Colour Magic Lantern Slide

Item is an automatic coloured magic lantern slide containing several hand painted glass slides that could be rotated against each other with a small attached hand crank. Hand crank appears to be made of wood, as does the mount.

Commercial portraits or children

File contains commercial images of children attending birthday parties, wearing costumes, at weddings and with family. Some have captions enclosed, such as an image of children wearing fake moustaches with a caption that reads "If you want pictures in which children aren't looking directly at the camera and your subjects aren't cooperating, have them pretend that your camera is a "monster" that will get them if they look at it."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Communications reference material

Sub-sub-series contains documents used as reference material for Kodak Canada's Corporate Communications department and also potentially by the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum between approximately 1970 to 2005. Sub-sub-series contains articles photocopied from various publications or printed from websites, including articles published by Kodak--such as articles from Kodak magazine--and articles published externally. Sub-sub-series also includes: mission statements, organizational charts and other strategic documents for both Kodak Canada Inc. and Eastman Kodak Co.; print-outs and photocopies of Kodak Customer Service pamphlets; and reproduced advertisements and photographic images. Because the Corporate Communicatons department was closely associated with the Kodak Heritage Collection and Museum, a similar file of Museum Reference Material was likely also consulted by employees of Corporate Communications.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Composite photograph of professors in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Michigan

Item is a cream coloured card with gold border and a series of oval-shaped portraits arranged in an oval around two central oval portraits. Names of individuals have been lightly added in pencil, clockwise from top: [illeg.], Palmer, Lusker(?), none given, none given, [illeg.], Douglass." Across bottom, also in pencil, "Med. Faculty Mich. University 1868". On verso, in black letterpress, at centre, "R.D. PALMER,/ PHOTOGRAPHER,/ And Portrait Painter,/ Huron Street, East of Cook's Hotel,/ ANN ARBOR, MICH." And below, "Negatives preserved, Copies enlarged in India Ink or Oil."

R.D. Palmer

Constance Orr infant portrait

Item is a portrait of baby standing on a chair. The mother's arm is subtley draped in the background. Embossed beneath the photograph reads, 'Phillips Square, Montreal, Wm. Notman & Son'. Inscription in black ink on back of mount reads, 'Constance Orr'.

William Notman & Son

Consumer mkts french ad

File consists of 2 contact sheets and 2 prints featuring images of a life-sized cutout french advertisement at the Image Centre in Toronto for Kodak Colorwatch System, featuring an image of a man holding a baby standing beside a dog wearing a birthday hat and sunglasses and a stuffed Kosmic the Kolorkin mascot toy.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Coronation Day at the Home of Mr and Mrs Smith, June 22nd 1911 Toronto Canada

Glossy print with white border mounted on thick card of the same size, and black paper of a larger size. Depicts a group of people outside a house surrounded by flags. A picture of the royal family hangs behind them. Recto caption, bottom right of image area: "Coronation Day at the Home of Mr and Mrs Smith June 22nd 1911 Toronto Canada."

Dave Heath fonds

  • F 733
  • Fonds
  • 1965-1979

This fonds contains the book "Dialogue with Solitude" by Dave Heath, and a photocopy of a review of the book titled "A Dialogue with Solitude David Heath" from Journal vol. 34, no. 5, October 1979.

Heath, Dave

Design Archive photographic collection

  • 2015.005
  • Fonds
  • 1987 - 2003

Design Archive Inc. was the professional company of photographer Robert Burley, who established it in January 1987 and acted as president until January, 2000. Design Archive Inc. specialized in architectural photography: work is project-based, with project locations including commercial centers, businesses, private residences, and public places of note. Interior and exterior architectural structure is the predominant photographic subject, with landscapes and detailed design highlights, furniture, and machinery filling out the collection. In 2003, Burley accepted a full-time teaching position at Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts and suspended work at Design Archive Inc.

These fonds include photographic materials, including photographic prints, contact sheets, negatives, CDs, and other miscellaneous items that were collected by Design Archive Inc. from 1987 to 2003.

Burley, Robert

Edith A. Murphy

Item is a portrait of woman. Gold text beneath photograph reads, 'Boissonnas, Geneve' Gold ink on back of card reads, 'Photographie Instantanee Medailles D'argent Zurich 1883, Stuttgart 1887. Boissonnas 4 Quai de la Poste Geneve La Maison N'est Pas a L'Angle. Tous les cliches sont conserves'. Inscription in black ink reads, 'Property of Edith A. Murphy, Geneva Suitz. '89'

Boissonnas Photographie Instantanee

Emily Rae

Item is a portrait of woman. Text in blue ink below photograph reads, 'Kellie & Co. Portraits'. Inscription in pencil on back of card reads, 'Emily Rae'.

Kellie and Co. Portraits

England album

Item consists of brown, textured, hardcover, leather-bound album with decorative flower detailing on cover. Leather has worn off the spine. Pages are an off-white colour with decorative gold embossing and illustrative floral detail. Photographs slide in between two pieces of card that make each page and hold them in place.

Photographs are mostly portraits of one or two figures taken in studios across England, primarily around London, in towns and cities that include Brighton, Luton, Woburn, Tavistock, Bedford, Northampton and London. One photograph was made at J. C. Waler & Co. at 147 Yonge Street, Toronto.The address written inside the cover of the album is 61 High Street Ridgmont Bedford. Some notes and captions are written under and on the back of a few of the photographs in pencil and black ink. Inserted in the front page of the album are two loose pages with personal notes dated 1847 and 1881.

Studio names include: Chenhall & Son, The American Photo Co., W. Hall & Son, Powell Studios, T. Miller - Artist, Photo Artist - Lewes,

Names: W, M, Francis, T.G. Roberts The County Tea Exchange and Provision Warehouse [address was 45 & 46 High Street]

Shields, Lorne

Exhibition prior to 2000

Series contains pamphlets, press releases, invitations and publications for photographic exhibitions at museums, galleries, festivals and universities in the United States and some abroad, between 1985 and 1999. Venues include:
621 Gallery, Tallahassee
Akron Art Museum
Amon Carter Museum
Bibliotheque Nationale de France, site Francois-Mitterrand
Bronx Museum of Art
California Museum of Photography
The Corcoran Gallery of Art
Denver Art Museum
Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia
The Flagler Museum
George Eastman House, Rochester <BR>
Grey Art Gallery, New York University
Haas Gallery of Art, Bloomsburg University
Hood Museum of Art, Darmouth College
The International Center of Photography, New York,
James Howe Gallery, New Jersey
Kanagawa Arts Festival, Japan
Klebenov Gallery
Lehigh University Art Galleries
Missoula Art Museum
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago
The National Trust, UK
Octagon Galleries, Bath
Photographic Resource Centre Boston
Rose Art Museum, Brandis University
Seattle Art Museum
Smithsonian Institution, Washington
Southeast Museum of Photography
Taft Museum, Cincinnati
Tozzer Library, Harvard University
University Gallery at the University of Massachusetts
University of Southern Main
Wellesley College Museum
Wolfsonian, Miami Beach

Nordström, Alison

Ferdinand, Daytona Beach Florida

Title taken from card-frame. The bull in the picture with the name Ferdinand on the card-frame could be referencing the children story of Ferdinand The Bull from 1935, made into a cartoon in 1938 by Walt Disney - this would potentially date the image from after 1938. The tintype is an image of a bull with a man sitting on its back, arms in the air and holding two guns. Another man stands beside the bull, in sunglasses and a hat. They seem to be standing on a beach.

Florence Roe Orr

Item is a carte de visite portrait of a young girl in a photography studio. Inscription on verso reads 'Florence Rose Orr - 6 years old - 30th July 1881. Made by Notman & Sandham, Montreal.

Notman & Sandham

Grandfather Bird in his young days

Item is a hinged union case (plastic case) with scroll design. Die Engraver is Frederick C. Key, Casemaker is S. Peck and Company who began manufacturing in 1852, as per example in Union Cases: A Collector's Guide to the art of America's First Plastics by Clifford and Michele Krainik p. 173. Inside cover has a brown velvet cushion. Image side has brass matt, cover glass and brass preserver over tintype. Image is of a little boy, right hand on armrest. Cheeks tinted pink.

Group seated in car in front of the Hollow Tree in Stanley Park

Photograph of a group of 7 passengers in an early automobile, stopped along Stanley Park drive in front of the "Hollow Tree". This old cedar was a popular spot for group photographs in both cars and horse-drawn carriages. The stamp on the back of the card mount indicates this was taken by an official park photographer: "The Stanley Park Photographers, Head Office, 162 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B.C.". The negative number for ordering more prints is given as 4869a.

Stanley Park Photographers

Hiro

Item is an audio recording of American photographer Hiro speaking about his work at Ryerson University as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture Series at Ryerson University on November 14, 1986.

Hiro, 1930

Horse team

Photographic image is of a two-horse team standing on a dirt road with cart and driver in front of residential buildings. The card mount is taupe and dark gray.

Jesse J. H. Plato

Kodak Chair lecture series, 1997

Series contains audio recordings of 6 lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 1996-1997 academic year. The Deepa Mehta lecture was recorded in both audio and video formats, the Diana Thorneycroft lecture was recorded in audio only, and the Robin Collyer, Timothy Druckrey, and Perry Hoberman lectures were recorded in video only. The lecture schedule was as follows:

Diana Thorneycroft (American photographer), January 23, 1997
Deepa, Mehta (Canadian filmmaker), February 6, 1997
Robin Collyer (Canadian photographer and sculptor), February 20, 1997
Timothy Druckrey (American writer and curator), March 13, 1997
Perry Hoberman (American installation artist), March 27, 1997

Image Arts

Kodak Chair lecture series, 1997-1998

Series contains audio recordings of 6 lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 1997-1998 academic year. Lectures were recorded in both audio and video formats, with the exception of the Vincent LaVoie lecture, which is only available in audio. The lecture schedule was as follows:

Jochen Gerz (German conceptual artist), December 12, 1997
Julian Cox (American curator) on Julia Margaret Cameron (UK photographer), January 30, 1998
Vincent LaVoie (French Canadian historian), February 5, 1998
Laurie Simmons (American photographer and filmmaker), March 6, 1998
Ed Burtynsky (Canadian landscape photographer), March 20, 1998
Jeffrey Shaw (Australian media artist), April 3, 1998

Image Arts

Kodak Chair lecture series, 1998-1999

Series contains audio recordings of 8 lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 1998-1999 academic year. Lectures were recorded in both audio and video formats, with the exceptoin of the David Plowden, scheduled for January 29, 1999, whic was cancelled and no audio or video is available. The lecture schedule was as follows:
Adam Fuss October 23, 1998
William Ewing October 23, 1998
Carolee Schneeman November 13, 1998
Larry Fink November 20, 1998
Sophie Ristelhueber January 21, 1999
David Plowden January 29, 1999 (cancelled)
Donigan, Cumming March 5, 1999
Thomas Roma May 5, 1999

Image Arts

Kodak Chair lecture series, 1999-2000

Series contains audio recordings of lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 1999-2000 academic year. Lectures were recorded in both audio and video formats. The lecture schedule was as follows:

Sandy Skoglund (American photographer), October 22, 1999
Linda Troeller (American photographer), November 5, 1999
John Gosssage (American photographer ), November 12, 1999
Suzy Lake (American-Canadian photographer, videography and performance artist), January 28, 2000
Jim Goldberg (American photographer), February 11, 2000
Ken Josephson (American photographer), March 3, 2000
Johan Van Der Keuken (Dutch documentary filmmaker & photographer), March 10, 2000
Alain Fleisher (French filmmaker and photographer), March 17, 2000

Image Arts

Kodak Chair lecture series, 2000-2001

Series contains audio recordings of lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 2000-2001 academic year. Lectures were recorded in both audio and video formats. A lecture by Jeremy Podeswa, scheduled for February 16, 2001, was cancelled and is not included in the recordings. The lecture schedule was as follows:

Martin Parr (UK photographer), October 13, 2000
Daniel & Geo Fuchs (German photographers), October 27, 2000
Ernie Gehr (American filmmaker), November 11, 2000
Abelardo Morell (American photographer), November 17, 2000
Stan Douglas (Canadian photographer & installation artist), January 18, 2001
Robbert Flick (American photographer), February 9, 2001
Steven Mann (Canadian computational photographer), March 16, 2001

Image Arts

Kodak Chair lecture series, 2001-2002

Series contains audio recordings of 7 lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 2000-2001 academic year. Lectures were recorded in both audio and video formats. The lecture schedule was as follows:

Nicolas Baier (French Canadian multidisciplinary artist), October 19, 2001
Tom Hunter (UK photographer), November 2, 2001
Rineke Dijkstra (Dutch photographer), February 8, 2002
Roni Horn (American visual artist), February 15, 2002
(Lorna Simpson (American photographer), February 22, 2002
Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller (Canadian multi-media and installation artists), March 15, 2002
Joan Fontcuberta (Spanish conceptual artist), March 22, 2002

Image Arts

Kodak Chair lecture series, 2003-2004

Series contains audio recordings of 7 lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 2003-2004 academic year. Lectures were recorded in video format and the schedule was as follows:

Sultan, Larry (American photographer), October 24, 2003 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/500.aspx
David Cronenberg (Canadian filmmaker), November 7, 2003 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/501.aspx
Jemima Stehli (UK photographer), November 14, 2003 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/502.aspx
Max Dean (Canadian installation artist), January 30, 2004 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/503.aspx
Lauren Greenfield (American documentary photographer and filmmaker), March 5, 2004 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/505.aspx
Andres Serrano (American photographer), March 12, 2004 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/506.aspx
Shirin Neshat (Iranian filmmaker), March 19, 2004 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/507.aspx

Image Arts

Kodak Chair lecture series, 2004-2005

Series contains audio recordings of 8 lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 2004-2005 academic year. Lectures were recorded in video format. The lecture schedule was as follows:

Phil Bergerson (Canadian photographer), October 15, 2004 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/493.aspx
Janieta Eyre (Canadian photographer), November 12, 2004 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/494.aspx
Walid Ra'ad (Lebanese-American media artist), November 26, 2004 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/495.aspx
David Robeky (Canadin video and installation artist), December 2, 2005 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/489.aspx
Michael Awad (Canadian photographer and architect), February 11, 2005 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/497.aspx
Raphael Lorzano-Hemmer (Mexican-Canadian installation artist), March 11, 2005 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/498.aspx
Harmony Korine (American director), April 1, 2005 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/499.aspx
Shu Lea Cheang (Taiwanese-American multimedia artist), April 14, 2005 Steam online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/496.aspx

Image Arts

Kodak Chair lecture series, 2005-2006

Series contains audio recordings of 4 lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 2005-2006 academic year. Lectures were recorded in video format. The lecture schedule was as follows:

Mariko Mori (Japanese photographer), October 7, 2005 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/488.aspx
Fiona Tan (Australian-Dutch film and video installation artist), January 27, 2006 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/490.aspx
Chris Buck (Canadian portrait photographer), March 10, 2006 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/491.aspx
Steve Schapiro (American documentary photographer), April 7, 2006 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/48/Watch/492.aspx

Image Arts

Kodak Chair lecture series, 2006-2007

Series contains audio recordings of 5 lectures by photographers and filmmakers that took place as part of the Kodak Chair Lecture series at Ryerson University in the 2006-2007 academic year. Lectures were recorded in video format. The lecture schedule was as follows:

Jeremy Podeswa (Canadian film and television director), January 26, 2007 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/482.aspx
Joanna Berzowska & SX Labs (Concordia University), February 23, 2007 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/483.aspx
Jamel Shabazz (African-American photographer), March 29, 2007 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/484.aspx
Alain Fleischer (French filmmaker), April 27, 2007 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/485.aspx
Roger Ballen (American-South African photographer), May 11, 2007 Stream online: https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/6/Watch/486.aspx

Image Arts

Kodak Publication C/CC : Publications about Kodak, Arctic Photography

File contains instructional booklets published by Eastman Kodak on how to photograph in certain situations. Topics include: astrophotography; composition; photographing flowers; winter, flash, underwater, travel, night, close up and tropical photography; photography through binoculars; and photography the television.

Eastman Kodak Company

Kodak commercial advertising photographs

Commerical photographs: one still life of a tea set, one advertising a fisher price camera for children - the image is of three children (two boys and a girl) and a note with the photograph reads "Put a camera in the hands of children and sharpen your own view of the world. The Fisher-Price camera was designed for younsters in the five-to-eight-year-old group". Four are head shots of a young man wth a mohawk. Two are of Grey Line red double decker buses with Kodak advertising on the side of the buses. Two are studio shots of Kodak cameras with boxes of Kodak film. One is of men in the middle of a soccer game, this photograph includes a note that reads "Participants in the 1986 Kodak 'Run for the Money' color reporduction contest will be working from this colorful sports action photo in their attempts to accurately reproduce the image for the ninth annual Kodak 'Run for the Money." Other images are still lifes of coloured umbrellas, chalk, and casino lights taken at night. As well as two commercial 'beauty' shots of two women.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak press releases and press kits / Eastman Kodak Company

File contains press releases and press kits prepared by Eastman Kodak Company communications department between 1976 and 1989. Most press releases pertain to Kodak products and provide tips on various forms of photography and subject matter. However, some releases pertain to events in Kodak's corporate history, such as corporate anniversaries. Eastman Kodak's Corporte Information department changed its name to Corporate Communicatons in 1979 and then to Communications and Public Affairs between 1983 and 1987.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Lady sitting for D. parnes

Item is a cream carte de visite with photograph of two women in a studio with formal park backdrop. At bottom, handwritten in pink ink, "S/4 illegible of Leil." On verso, photographer's stamp, "Thomspon & Sun(sic),/ Photographers,/ George Street, Peterborough/ NEGATIVES PRESERVED./ No." In blue ink, "2162/ - of Lady sitting/ for/ D.parne(?)" Below, in grey ink, "Dparnes" is scratched out with blue and below, also in blue ink, "W. Pepper." In pink, at centre of card, "202" and in pencil, at upper left "1083". Finally, beside the text "No." is the penciled number "127".

Thompson & Sun Photographers

Linda Lewis fonds

  • F 435
  • Fonds
  • 1979-1999

Linda R. Lewis is Professor Emeritus in the School of Fashion at Ryerson University. Lewis earned her Bachelor of Interior Design from the University of Manitoba. She began her career at Ryerson in 1969 in the Department of Photographic Arts, where she taught until 2004, when she became a faculty member and Chair of the School of Fashion. During her tenure at Ryerson, Lewis lectured in design, art history and film theory and also served as Director of the Film Studies program. She has written extensively about design and has been recognized by the community as a design advocate. She was the founding President of the Design Exchange, Toronto, and remains involved with the organization as a member of the Collection Committee. In 2009, she was appointed a leader of the National Design Policy Committee, an initiative led by Design Exchange in partnership with Canadian associations, universities seeking to establish a design policy at the federal government level. Lewis retired to Emeritus status in 2010. After her retirement, the School of Fashion established the Linda Lewis Award in recognition of student excellence in fashion design history, design theory, communication design and fashion design.

Fonds consists of books, committee documents, and curriculum records authored or co-authored by Lewis, as well as one photograph and one exhibition poster.

Lewis, Linda

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