Kodak Canada Ltd.--Employees

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Opening of PET plant, Pro Convention & Kodak Fun Night

File contains contact sheets featuring images of Kodak employees at Kodak events, including the at the opening of Canada's first PET Bottle Polymer Plant (28 September 1990). There are also images of Kodak employees dressed up for Halloween at the Kodak Fun Night (4 March 1990). and at the Pro Convention Auction (5 March 1990).

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Kodak Canada In Focus - Sport Special

Item is a group snapshot of Kodak employees wearing Kodak sweatshirts lined up under a banner that reads "The Todd Brooker Spirit Cup Challenge". A description enclosed with the print reads the date and issue, followed by "Kodak Sales and Market Dept. Sport Special Kodak Sweat Shirt's". It was featured in Vol. 1 No. 3 on pg. 8 of Kodak In Focus.

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Records pertaining to miscellaneous written publications

File contains records created during the process of publishing various books, magazine articles, and other forms of press, including articles for Kodakery Canada, InFocus, and Kodak Canada News. Items include memos, correspondence, annotated drafts, images, and other ephemera. Subjects of publications include: Kodak pioneers; Kodak Canada's Vancouver processing lab; Kodak's role in metropolitan Toronto; airshow photography; Kodak's relationship with Quebec; Kodak products, employees, and awards; antique cameras; Kodak's role in both World Wars; and nature photography.

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Opening of PET plant, Pro Convention & Kodak Fun Night

File contains contact sheets featuring images of Kodak employees at Kodak events, including the at the opening of Canada's first PET Bottle Polymer Plant (28 September 1990). There are also images of Kodak employees dressed up for Halloween at the Kodak Fun Night (4 March 1990). and at the Pro Convention Auction (5 March 1990).

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Kodak people sports, lawn bowling party, golfing, hockey

File contains a portrait of two young men wearing matching sweaters with badges that red: "Weston Juvenile T.L.L. Champions 1930", two matching images of bleachers filled with men and women dressed in suits and hats (between 1930-1939), a group shot of the Sept 1937 Testing & Processing Depts "Lawn Bowling party", an image of "Bob and his girl's" at a golf course, and a portrait of the Kodak hockey team (ca. 1935).

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Kodak people lawn bowling 1926-1937

File contains a panorama of lawn bowlers posed outside of a Canadian Kodak Co. building, a panorama of anonymous Kodak employees, an image of men lawn bowling with the inscription "Testing Dept Lawn Bowling Party" inscribed on the verso, an image of Ed Herbert and Fred Rowe lawn bowling, and other aerial views of men lawn bowling.

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Kodak Canada In Focus - Employees and facilities

File contains prints featuring images of the "York Mayor Alan Tonks (left) and Kodak Canada President Ron Morrison, breaking ground for the new distribution centre", of "Bert Barker measures dispersion material in basement of building #13", of the Itematic Dispenser used at Kodak, and of employees Eric Sibbald, Paul Oliver, Maureen MacGillivary, and Berenice Moore at work at Kodak Heights. Images featured in Vol. 1 No. 3 of In Focus. Subject info adhered to each.

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Kodak employees - Will Chadwick, Medical Division Technical Representatives and others

File contains portraits and photographs from around Kodak. Inscribed on the verso of one notes Will Chadwick's 50th Anniversary with Canadian Kodak Co. on Sunday August 21, 1966. Other prints feature a man and woman working at seperate desks and a group portrait of the Eastman Kodak Company's Medical Division Technical Representatives from June 1954.

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Les Garred and Bill Slinger retirement

File contains snapshots taken at Les Garred's and Bill Slinger's retirement from Kodak. Description housed with a print reads: "On December 29th 1963 a dinner was held at the Rexway restaurant for Mr. L. Garred & Mr. Wm. Slinger who retired on December 31st 1963. Mr & Mrs. Garred, Mr. & Mrs. Slinger, Mr. J. McGrawm Mr. Bill Dean and Mr. E. Dockray who was master of ceremony. Both men received carousel projectors as leaving gifts."

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First Annual Kodak Minstrel Show

Item consists of a mounted photograph depicting the cast of the Kodak Minstrel Show, that took place on May 3rd, 1920. The cast of 35 includes 32 men, most of whom are in blackface, wearing wigs and makeup, and three women in regular dress. Minstrel variety shows were performed occasionally during the 1920's by Canadian Kodak employees as part of the Kodak Athletics Association (KAA) activities.

Minstrel shows are a style of variety show, most popular during the late 19th and early 20th century, in which white performers use make-up and costumes to depict stereotyped caricatures of southern African Americans. The genre originated in the United States, but Canada had its own troupes and touring companies, and the format was popular with schools, community groups, and religious organizations.

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Second annual Kodak minstrel show

The first image, Burgess & Seymour, a study in black and white, depicts two Canadian Kodak employees, one identified as draftsman F.A. Seymour and the other as R. Ainslee Burgess. They performed a skit originally performed in the Canadian Kodak Minstrel Show of February 17-18, 1921, which was, according to an included clipping, repeated at a bazaar held by the Toronto Technical School. The skit consists two easels, on which the two performers have drawn sketches of different Kodak girls. One of the performers (Burgess) is in blackface, as part of the Minstrel variety show performed occasionally during the 1920's by Kodak employees as part of the Kodak Athletics Association (KAA) activities.

The second image is a group portrait of the Kodak minstrel troupe consisting of 29 men in black face and their accompanying 7 musicians and conductor. They performed at the same event as Burgess and Seymour, February 1921.

Minstrel shows are style of variety show, most popular during the late 19th and early 20th century, in which white performers use make-up and costumes to depict stereotyped caricatures of southern African Americans. The genre originated in the United States, but Canada had its own troupes and touring companies, and the format was popular with schools, community groups, and religious organizations.

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Third Annual Kodak Minstrel Show - "Minstrel Maids"

The photograph depicts a female group of 9 women with blackface in costumes of matching stripped hats and dresses. The Minstrel Show of which this troupe was one act, held three performances at the Crystal Theatre in April 1922.

The performers were part of a Kodak Minstrel Show, performed by Canadian Kodak employees and held occasionally by the Kodak Athletics Association (KAA) during the 1920's.

Minstrel shows are style of variety show, most popular during the late 19th and early 20th century, in which white performers use make-up and costumes to depict stereotyped caricatures of southern African Americans. The genre originated in the United States, but Canada had its own troupes and touring companies, and the format was popular with schools, community groups, and religious organizations.

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Third Annual Kodak Minstrel Show - Crystal Theatre

The three duplicate, mounted-on-board photographs depict the minstrel troupe of 32 male participants, one not being blackface and another being a child in blackface on the Crystal Theatre stage with a dimensional painted backdrop. Accompanying them is a 7 member orchestra plus conductor. The Crystal Theatre was located on Dundas St. West, west of Keele St. (re-named the Apollo in 1934).

The performers were part of a Kodak Minstrel Show, performed by Canadian Kodak employees and held occasionally by the Kodak Athletics Association (KAA) during the 1920's.

Minstrel shows are style of variety show, most popular during the late 19th and early 20th century, in which white performers use make-up and costumes to depict stereotyped caricatures of southern African Americans. The genre originated in the United States, but Canada had its own troupes and touring companies, and the format was popular with schools, community groups, and religious organizations.

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