Kodak Canada Ltd.--Kodak Heights--Building 05

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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.

Kodak Canada Inc.

J. Borland weekly time books

File includes three small manuscript notebooks detailing the weekly hours worked by employees at Kodak Heights between March 2, 1916 and February 1, 1927. One notebook records the activities of employees in the basement stock room of building #5; the other two notebooks record the activities of "millwrights & painters, etc."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Records pertaining to employee involvement in WWI

File contains documents related to Kodak staff involvment in the First World War. Includes newspaper clippings from the Toronto Star Weekly of July 17, 1916 detailing the use of building 5 of Kodak Heights as barracks for the 127th battalion, with an accompanying list detailing the names of officers pictured. Also included is a photocopied letter to then-general manager of Canadian Kodak, John G. Palmer, from an officer of the 2nd Battalion regarding the transfer of J[ames] W. Spence from England to France. Spence was an active executive member of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., eventually acting as chairman of the board from 1955-1957.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Records related to the use of building #5 as barracks during WWI

File includes two letters written March 13 and 14, 1916, by Kodak Canada Engineer in Charge, C.O. Flint (a.k.a C.K. Flint), detailing the use of Kodak Heights building #5 as barracks for the 127th battalion during World War I. Also includes a magazine clipping pertaining to the same subject and two photocopies of the "Kodak barracks -- Mt. Dennis Standing Orders" by Lt. Col. F.F. Clarke.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Heights

A photographic album that documents the construction of the first Kodak Heights buildings during 1913-1915. Each gelatin silver photograph is the same size and contains an inscribed caption in the lower right corner of each print.

Album is arranged according to building or site with prints ordered chronologically within each section, presenting a detailed progression of the building projects from start to finish. This album includes images of the construction of Kodak Heights buildings no. 4, 5, 7. Index tabs: Bldg. #2, Bldg. #4, Bldg. #5, Bldg. #7, Reservoir, Tunnel, Sewage Disp'l, Trunk Sewer.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Photographs Canadian Kodak Company Kodak Heights

A photographic album that documents the construction of the first Kodak Heights buildings during 1913-1915. Each gelatin silver photograph is the same size and contains an inscribed caption in the lower right corner of each print. This album includes images of the construction of Kodak Heights buildings no. 1,3, 5, 7 as well as bridges, mechanical equipment and roads on the property.

Kodak Canada Inc.