World War, 1914-1918--Canada



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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. Highlights include a series of images on the Canadian Battalion at Kodak Heights, an image of a sign announcing the new Kodak Heights facilities, and images of the construction of Kodak Heights building no. 1 as well as other site projects. Index tabs: Canadian Battalion, Nursery, Fence, Pile Driver, Chimney, Bldg. #1, Equip't, Coal Trestle, Water Soft'n'r.

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.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Post Cards : [photographs]

Photographic album containing images of a family including snapshots of recreational activities in various locations throughout Southern Ontario. Noted locations include: Uxbridge (Victory Day), Centre Island, High Park, and Oakville. Several images portray soldiers and one image has the caption "Victory Day, Uxbridge, Ont."

Kodak Canada Inc.


Photograph album contains images of various Kodak Heights subjects including: recreational activities including baseball, lawn ball; company field trips, election campaigns for the Board of Governors and the K.A.A. Governorship; rallying support for WWI soldiers and campaigns for victory bonds. Includes a portrait of John G. Palmer (d. 1921), who acted as Canadian Kodak Co.'s first President and General Manager from 1918 to 1921.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Mary Willmina Ferguson portrait

Photograph of Mary Willmina Ferguson. Born October 13, 1889 in Richards Falls, Ontario. She was a member of Wellesley's first graduating class in 1915. She signed up with Canada's overseas expeditionary force as a member of the Canadian Army Medical Corps on January 31st, 1916. She received a British War Medal, a Victory (Inter-allied) War Medal and 2 Mentioned in despatches oak leaf sprays for her service over seas.
Removed from the the back of the frame was a yellow piece of cardstock with writing "Miss Willmina Ferguson Class 1915 - 1st graduating class) Wellesley. Meant a great deal to Miss F. [Fitled] in wherever she could help. Miss Ferguson went overseas in 1st world war. She was an outstanding nurse and very well thought of by everyone. A kind, thoughtful, intelligent person. Married later in life to Mr. F. Adams. We were very proud of her."