Kodak Historical Collection #003

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Kodak Historical Collection #003
Creator: Eastman Kodak Company
Call Number: D.319
Dates: 1854-2006
Physical Description: 221 boxes, 2 Files, 138 Volumes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Scope and Content
Arrangement
Subject(s)
Processing Information
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Content List
Series 1. Speeches
Boxes 1-26: Speeches, September 1932- July 1986
Series 2. Corporate Papers
Subseries 1. Correspondence
Subseries 2. Financial Records
Box 27: Stocks and Shareholders, 1898- 1970
Box 28: Shareholder Materials
Box 29: Analyses of Stockholders and related materials
Box 30: Financial supplement material and Notices of Annual Meetings
Subseries 3. Executive and Management Papers
Box 31:
Box 31a: A Biography-Autobiography of Charles Edward Kenneth Mees
Box 32: Oversize Portraits (flat box)
Subseries 4. History and Development of Eastman Kodak Company
Box 33: Photographic History
Box 34: Photographic History
Box 35: Civic Activism and Company History
Box 36: Company History
Box 37: Company History
Box 38: Company History
Box 39: "The Story of Kodak" and other manuscripts related to Eastman Kodak Company History
Box 39a: Building of Kodak Corporate Headquarters, State Street, Rochester, photograph album ca. 1911-1913
Subseries 5. Industrial Relations
Box 40: Labor Agitation, 1958-1972
Box 41: Equal Employment
Box 42: Employee Programs
Box 43: Employee Programs
Box 43a: Kodak Camera Club
Box 44: Employee Programs
Subseries 7. Meeting Minutes and Reports
Box 45: Eastman Kodak Company Management
Box 46: Annual Reports, 1905- 1976
Box 46a: Annual Reports, 1977- 2004
Box 46b: Transcripts of Annual Stockholder Meetings, 1967- 1980
Box 46C: Annual Reports, 1908-1937
Box 47: Committee Meeting Minutes and Statistical Data
Subseries 8. Materials Related to George Eastman
Box 47a: Photographs documenting George Eastman's Life and Contributions
Box 48: 13 Period Calendar
Subseries 9. Rochester Area Buildings
Box 48a: Materials related to the Early History of Kodak Park
Box 49: Rochester Area Eastman Kodak Company Offices
Box 49a: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 49b: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 49c: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 50: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 50a: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 51: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 51a: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 51b: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 51c: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 51d: Kodak Park Buildings
Box 52: Employee Statistics
Box 52a: Employment Data: Rochester, National and International
Subseries 10. National and International Kodak Locations
Box 53: National and International Eastman Kodak Company Offices (A)
53a: Eastman Kodak Company Stores, Cleveland, Carnegie Avenue Suite, ca. June 1965
53b: Company Profiles
Box 54: International Eastman Kodak Company Office (A-F)
Box 55: International Eastman Kodak Company Office (G-N)
Box 56: International Eastman Kodak Company Office (P- Z)
Box 57: Histories
Box 58: Histories and Kodak - Pathe
Box 59: Annual Reports and Data
Box 60: Statistics
Box 61: Lease Information
Subseries 11. Centennial Celebration
Box 62: Centennial Celebration
Box 63: Centennial Celebration
Series 3. Products
Subseries 1. Market Research
Box 64: Market Research
Box 65: Market Research
Subseries 2. Product Development
Box 66: Product Development
Box 67: Product Development
Box 68: Product Development
Subseries 3. Camera Models
Box 69: Camera Models (A-B)
Box 70: Camera Models (B-I)
Box 71: Camera Models (I-S)
Box 72: Camera and Film Products
Subseries 4. Film
Box 72: Camera and Film Products
Box 73: Film
73a: Using Process E-6 on Ektachrome Film, 1981
Box 74: Film
Box 75: Film
Subseries 5. Paper
Box 76: Film and Paper
Subseries 6. Product Lists
Box 77: (A- Le)
Box 77a: Chemical Products
Box 78: (Lu)
Box 79: (Lu- Pi)
Box 80: (Pr- R)
Box 81: (Ro- V), Catalogs
Subseries 7. Price Lists
Box 82: Price Lists
Series 4. Paper Mills and Paper Support Divisions
Box 83: Management and Processes, 1929- 1987
Box 83a: Management and Training Programs, ca. 1960s- 1980s
Box 83b: Reports and Articles, ca. 1960s- 1980s
Box 84: Processes, ca. 1949- 1986
Box 85: Equipment Photographs and Correspondence, ca. 1913, 1960s- 1980s
Box 86: Building photographs and department events, ca. 1930- 1984
Box 87: Department events, 1910- 1987
Box 88: Retirement Party Photographs
Box 88a: Development and Start up Personnel of Building 319, Paper Mill Division, September 4, 1982, oversized, framed photograph
Series 5. Recordak
Box 89: Microfilm Readers
Box 90: Microfilm Readers and Office Locations (A-L)
Box 91: Office Locations (M-Z) and Microfilm Applications
Box 92: Microfilm Applications
Box 93: Product Details
Series 6. Divisions
Box 94: Apparatus and Optical Division
Box 95: Apparatus Division
Box 96: (B- C)
Box 96a: Distillation Products Industry
Box 97: (D - F)
Box 97a: Film Emulsion Coating Division
Box 98: (F- H)
Box 99: (K- R)
Box 100: Histories of the Kodak Research Labs and Products
Box 101: Histories of the Kodak Research Labs and Products
Box 102: World's Fair, 1851-1970
Box 103: Merger with Sterling Drug Inc. Graphic Arts Division, 1938-1961
Box 104: Advertisements, 1910-1978
Box 105: Aerial and Space Photography, 1954-1971
Box 106: Applied Use of Photography in Sciences and Fine Arts, 1948-1984
Box 107: Pantopaque Medical Dye, 1939-1953
Box 108: Professional photography, 1920-1997
Box 109: Publicity Packets for New Products, 1980s
Box 110: Impact of Law Enforcement Photography: Press releases and Articles, 1955-1995
Box 111: Kodak Partnerships and Initiatives, 1940s-1990s
Box 112: Kodak Initiatives and Programs
Box 113: Kodak Sponsorships
Box 114:
Box 115: 16 glass plates depicting soldier training at Kodak Park during World War I
Box 116: Kodak Sponsorships (1950s-1970s) and News Articles (1982)
Box 117: News Articles and Press Releases, 1980-1990s, and Presentations, Reports, and Product Histories, 1920s-1970s
Box 118: Freedom, Integration, God, Honor, Today! (FIGHT) Protest at 1967 Shareholders' Meeting, photographs
Box 119: Freedom, Integration, God, Honor, Today! (FIGHT) Protest at 1967 Shareholders' Meeting, photographs
Box 120: Press releases for new products and partnerships
Box 121: "A record of the progress of aerial photography as compiled by Brigadier General George W. Goddard. 1914-1980
Box 122: Obsolete Image Quality Standards, 1940s
Box 123: Obsolete Image Quality Standards, 1940
Box 124: Obsolete Image Quality Standards, 1940s
Box 125: Obsolete Image Quality Standards, 1940s
Box 126: Photography in the Fine Arts exhibition program (1960s)
Box 127: Photography in the Fine Arts exhibition program (1960s)
Box 128: Sales and Advertising
Box 129: Sales and Advertising
Box 130: Marketing Education Center, 1966-1989
Box 131: Company Histories
Box 132:
Box 133: Aperture cards of Kodak Park building construction, 1950s-1960s
Box 134: Aperture cards of Kodak Park building construction, 1950s-1960s
Box 135: Aperture cards of Kodak Park building construction, 1930s, 1950s-1960s
Box 136: Aperture cards of Kodak Park building construction, 1920s-1960s
Box 137: Corona Film Roll
Box 138: Ultrasonic Splicing Film Roll
Box 139: Oversized Advertisements, 1891-1982
Box 140: Articles and Essays
Box 141:
Box 142: Kodak Centennial Celebration Press Kit, oversized materials, 1980
Box 143: Museum Objects and Media
Box 144: Microfilm reel with drawings of buildings, machinery, cameras, and products
Box 145: 15 Kodak Display Enlargements, ca. 1940
Box 146: Advertisements
Box 147: Microfilm Images of Advertisements
Box 147A: Microfilm Images of Advertisements
Box 147B: Index Cards of Terms, People, and Events in the Eastman Kodak Company's History
Box 148: Kodak Centennial Museum Objects
Box 149: TWR Image Film Reel
Box 150: Apollo 9 footage, 16mm film
Box 151: Advertising and Product Manuals
Box 152: Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938
Box 153: Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938, Stockhouse Data
Box 154: Kodak Extapro Slide Tray
Box 155: Kodak Create-It Photo CD Presentation Software; Kodak Centennial Banner
Box 156: Stockhouse Data
Box 157: Plaque presented to John W. Brooks, July 1, 1982
Box 158: Brick from Kodak Park Building
Box 159: Flow Diagrams for Paper Making Machine, 1961-1962
Box 160: Kodak's Involvement in Atomic Energy Industry, 1952-1963
Box 161: Oversized Photographs
Box 162:
Box 163: Magazine issues with articles about Kodak, ca. 1976-1986
Box 164: Examples of Historical Photographs and Photographic Processes
Box 165: Training Manuals for Kodak Products
Box 166: Service Data for Kodak Products
Box 167:
Box 168: Plate Department: record of Help, 1890s-1959
Box 169:
Box 170: Secretarial training program, 1970s
Box 171: Tapes of Advertisements Created by J. Walter Thompson's Marketing Firm, 1963-1982
Box 172: Book 1A Log of emulsion experiments, 1888 George Eastman
Bound Volumes
Box 173: Formula, Gelatin, and Emulsion Experiment Notebooks, 1887-1912
Box 174: Book 2A Plate Emulsion Formula and Log Book, 1989-1900 W. R. Maitland
Box 175: Diary of Gel Productions, July 19 1918-October 31, 1919
Box 176: Photograph Binders
Box 177: Advertisements, 1881-1900
Box 178: Advertisements, 1900-1916
Box 179: Advertisements, 1916-1935
Box 179a: Advertisements, 1930s-1940s
Box 180: Advertisements, 1930s-1940s
Box 181: Kodak Events and Retirement Parties, 1970s-1980s
Box 182: Kodak Events and Retirement Parties, 1970s-1980s
Box 183: Pins
Box 184: Oversized Photographs and Posters
Box 185: Mees Trophy for Best Color Print in the 14th Annual Kodak International Salon of Photography, 1943
Box 185A: 8 cans of 16mm films, ca 1930s-1950s
Series 7: Kodak Research Laboratories
Box 186: Early Kodak Park History, and Product Development, 1880-1910
Box 187: Development of Laboratories, 1910-1921
Box 188: Aerial Photography, 1917-1920
Box 189: Price lists, Early Company Outings, and Organizational Charts, 1917-1921
Box 190: Chemistry Department Products, Infra-red Film, and Aerial Photography, 1921-1930
Box 191: Kodak Park Expansion and Kodak Pathe, 1934-1937
Box 192: Aerial Photography, 1937-1939
Box 193: Aerial Photograph, 1930s-1940s
Box 194: Product Development in the 1930s
Box 195: Infra-red, exposed by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, 1910- Glass plate negatives
Box 196: Aerial Photography: 1941-1943
Box 197: Color Processes, 1941-1944
Box 198: Aerial Photography, 1942-1945
Box 199
Box A:
Box 200: Organizational Charts, 1946
Box 201: Photographic Testing in Tropical Climates, 1947-1950
Box 202: Tropical Research Labs, 1948-1950
Box 203: Glass Plate Negatives
Box 204: Postwar Production, 1948-1950
Box 205: Graphic Arts, 1951-1952
Box 206: Tropical Laboratory, 1952-1956; Equipment, 1953-1955
Box 207: Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees Retirement, 1955
Box 208: Tropical Research Lab, 1951-1960
Box 209: Resograph prints, testing and results, 1957
Box 210: Photographs of Lab Personnel, 1950-1959
Box 211: New Products, 1940s-19450
Box 212: Aerial Photography, 1940s
Collection Overview
Title: Kodak Historical Collection #003
Creator: Eastman Kodak Company
Call Number: D.319
Dates: 1854-2006
Physical Description: 221 boxes, 2 Files, 138 Volumes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Scope and Content
The Kodak Historical Collection #003 is organized into six series: Speeches, Corporate Papers, Products, Paper Mills and Paper Support Divisions, Recordak, Divisions. A searchable database for Series I: Speeches can be accessed using a link below. The Corporate Papers consists of eleven sub-series which describe the financial and organizational structures, as well as the development of local, national, international factories and stores. The third series, Products, documents the items made by Kodak beginning in the 1880s. Product descriptions also include press releases, press kits, and photographs about new products released and promoted by Kodak. This series is subdivided into seven subseries that include large amounts of material related to camera, film and paper products. The Paper Mills and Paper Support Divisions constitutes a significant portion of the collection. Descriptions of products, building construction to house the expanding divisions, selected lists of employees, organizational charts, photographs of open houses and parties can all be found in this series. The five series: Recordak documents Kodak's expansion into the microfilm industry in the mid-twentieth century. This series include photographs of products and product descriptions, company locations, and promotional materials. The final series is Divisions and most major divisions and departments of Kodak are listed and described in alphabetical order. The materials in Boxes 102-185 include materials that relate to the first five series as well as Divisions. Product descriptions and promotional materials for the late 1990s and early 2000s can be found in these later boxes.

For further information, or if you would like to contribute to this descriptive guide to the collection, please contact the department: rarebks@library.rochester.edu.

Arrangement
Series 1. Speeches

Series 2. Corporate Papers

Subseries 1. Correspondence

Subseries 2. Financial Records

Subseries 3. Executives and Management Papers

Subseries 4. History and Development of Eastman Kodak Company

Subseries 5. Industrial Relations

Subseries 6. Legal Records: unprocessed

Subseries 7. Meeting Minutes and Reports

Subseries 8. Materials related to George Eastman

Subseries 9. Rochester Area Operations

Subseries 10. National and International Operations

Subseries 11. Kodak Centennial

Series 3. Products

Subseries 1. Market Research

Subseries 2. Product Development

Subseries 3. Camera Models

Subseries 4. Film

Subseries 5. Paper

Subseries 6. Product Lists

Subseries 7. Price Lists

Series 4. Paper Mills and Paper Support Divisions

Series 5. Recordak

Series 6. Divisions

Please note the materials in Boxes 102-185 do not necessarily relate to the Series: Divisions. These boxes more closely reflect the original order of the collection, as it was donated in 2006. Using the Control + F function you can do keyword searches to navigate the inventory below.

Series 7: Kodak Research Laboratories

Subject(s):
New York (State)--Rochester
Photography
Speeches
Correspondence
Photographs
Eastman Kodak Company
Processing Information
This collection was processed in two phases. The first began after the initial group of materials was donated in 2006. At that time the processor's initials were EDV, and the boxes became labeled with those letters to distinguish them from boxes processed by a second staff member. To facilitate access to the collection three initial inventories were made available to researchers. Each had item level description. These descriptions included one for the Kodak Research Laboratories part of the collection which at the time of transfer was housed at the university's off-site storage facility. Beginning in 2012, a second processing phase began. The collection was rehoused and placed in new acid free boxes and folders, and the initial inventories were altered to bring similar topics together. The original inventories remain intact, to facilitate use of the collection by researchers familiar with these previous versions. Please contact the department for more information. As of 2017, the first filing cabinet described in the original inventory, and 3 of 4 drawers in the second cabinet have been transferred to the department for further processing, and are described below.Immediate Source of Acquisition
The Eastman Kodak Company donated the Kodak Historical Collection #003, as they so named it, to the Rush Rhees Library in 2004. A second large component of the donation, that of the Kodak Research Libraries, was received in 2006. Since that time, additional smaller segments of historical records have also been received.Access
The Kodak Historical Collection #003 is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], Kodak Historical Collection #003, D.319, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
Extensive histories have been published about the development of the Eastman Kodak Company, evolution of the photography industry, and George Eastman. Listed below are select titles that provide information about the key events, people, and inventions documents in the Kodak Historical Collection #003. Related materials also include manuscript collection holdings in the department.

Brayer, Elizabeth. George Eastman: A Biography. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.

Collins, Douglas. The Story of Kodak. New York : H.N. Abrams, 1990.

Eastman Kodak Company. A Brief History of the Eastman Kodak Company. Rochester, N.Y. : Eastman Kodak Company, Public Relations Dept., [1957].

Marion B. Folsom Papers

John J. Larish Papers

Raymond DeMoulin

The Kodak Research Laboratory Materials document the work done by Kodak in the field of optics. These materials are stored offsite and we ask that you contact us at least 72 business hours before you plan to visit the department.


Administrative Information
Author: Finding aid prepared by Rare Books and Special Collections staff
Publisher: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
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Content List
Series 1. Speeches
Please click here to search for or browse speeches in the Kodak Historical Collection.

Boxes 1-26: Speeches, September 1932- July 1986
Series 2. Corporate Papers
Subseries 1. Correspondence
Volume 1. 1887- 1890
Volume 2. 1891- 1894
Volume 3. 1895- 1896
Volume 4. 1897- 1898
Volume 5. 1899- 1900
Volume 6. 1901- 1903
Volume 7. 1904- 1906
Volume 8. 1907- 1909
Volume 9. 1910- 1913
Subseries 2. Financial Records
Box 27: Stocks and Shareholders, 1898- 1970
Folder 1. Common Stock Reports
Folder 2. Securities and Exchange Commission Registration Statement for Eastman Kodak Company, April 6, 1939
Folder 3. Department of New York Stock Exchange Commission Stock and Prospectus for Eastman Kodak Company, 1929, 1939, 1947
Folder 4. Eastman Kodak Company stock certificate, photographic negatives
Folder 5. Growth in common stock materials, 1884- 1985
Folder 6. Assets, 1892, 1902
Folder 7. Photographic materials ordered by Mr. G.D. Conway, August 18, 1893
Folder 8. Company overview, December 2, 1893
Folder 9. Correspondence between Eastman Kodak Company and stockholders, 1893- 1951
Folder 10. Overviews of Boston Camera Manufacturing Company and the American Camera Manufacturing Company, 1895, 1908
Folder 11. Combination of the Kodak companies, 1897- 1898
Folder 12. Treasurer's report for 1898
Folder 13. Form application for shares, 1898
Folder 14. Share price information, 1900- 1919
Folder 15. Prospectus for incorporation in England, October 31, 1901
Folder 16. Common stock values, 1901- 1970
Folder 17. Annual earnings and their distribution, 1903- 1959
Folder 18. Newspaper clippings, October 1920- 1939
Folder 19. United States vs. Eastman Kodak Company: certified copy decree, February 1, 1921
Folder 20. Stock split information, 1922, 1947
Folder 21. Prospectus of common stock, April 3, 1939
Folder 22. "A Decade of Progress: 1929- 1939" pamphlet, April 1940
Folder 23. Francis I. DuPont and company information on Eastman Kodak Company, September 1946
Folder 24. "A Picture of Eastman Kodak", reprinted from Investor's Reader, September 6, 1946
Folder 25. Study of Eastman Kodak Company by Wertheim and Company, February 1951
Folder 26. Eastman Kodak Company replies to questions asked in Fortune Magazine survey, ca. 1956
Folder 27. "One Share of Kodak Stock Bought in 1884 would be Worth more than $300,000 Today", press release, June 1958
Folder 28. Management audit of Eastman Kodak Company by the American Institute of Management, April 1959
Folder 29. "Kodak's 1960 Sales and Earning Moderately Ahead of 1959", press release, February 20, 1961
Folder 30. "Suggested General Business Assumptions: Business Outlook", 1961, 1963
Folder 31. "About Kodak" pamphlets, 1962, 1963
Folder 32. "Eastman Kodak Sales and Earnings at Record Levels", press releases, October 22, 1962
Folder 33. "Kodak and Its List Prices", May 6, 1964
Folder 34. Prospectus of Eastman Kodak Company employee's savings and investment plans, 1967- 1971
Folder 35. Offering circular "41/2% Convertible Guaranteed Debentures due 1988", May 9, 1968
Folder 36. Eastman Kodak Company By-Laws, February 19, 1970
Folder 37. Restated certificate of incorporation, April 30, 1970
Folder 38. "Kodak Reports Lower Earning for First Quarter of 1985", press release, May 1, 1985
Box 28: Shareholder Materials
Folder 1. Number of shareholders, 1880- 1950
Folder 2. Synopsis of plan for sale of common stock to employees, July 10, 1919
Folder 3. List of stockholders as used at annual meeting, March 16, 1920
Folder 4. Stockholders of 500 shares and over, 1920- 1942
Folder 5. "Hold on to Your Stock: Good Reasons for So Doing from Your Fellow Employees", pamphlet, 1924
Folder 6. Statements of earnings to stockholders, 1925- 1953
Folder 7. "Stock Open to Employees", by Peter F. O'Shea, in The Magazine of Business, June 1927
Folder 8. Average number of stockholders from 1923- 1927, from the Lincoln- Alliance Bank, January 25, 1928
Folder 9. Letters to the "Common Stockholders", 1929- 1950
Folder 10. Investment trusts holding Eastman Kodak Company stock, January 1, 1930
Folder 11. "Who Owns the Kodak Company?" in Kodak Magazine, August 1930
Folder 12. Common stockholders, 1930- 1935
Folder 13. Largest stockholder, 1930- 1943
Folder 14. Letters concerning stockholders to: Mr. Folsom, Mr. M.K. Robins and Mr. T.J. Hargrove, 1930- 1956
Folder 15. Twenty largest stockholders, June 1933
Folder 16. News release of letters to stockholders, March 14, 1939
Folder 17. List of preferred stockholders, 500 shares and over, March 5, 1942
Folder 18. List of ten largest stockholder, 1942- 1958
Folder 19. Surveys of stockholders, 1947- 1960
Folder 20. List of common $10.00 par value stockholders, March 5, 1940
Folder 21. Report to stockholders, August 17, 1948
Folder 22. Dividend inserts, 1953- 1958
Folder 23. Dividend inserts, 1958- 1961
Folder 24. Changes in corporate organization, from shareholders' viewpoint, 1953- 1958
Box 29: Analyses of Stockholders and related materials
Folder 1. 100,000th shareowner celebration book, August 1959
Folder 2. Biennial analyses of Eastman Kodak Company stockholders, 1959- 1967 (Folder 1 of 2)
Folder 3. Folder 2 of 2
Folder 4. Information on the 200,000th shareholder: the Chapin family (includes newspaper clippings, memos and photographs), 1959- June 1969
Folder 5. Dividend inserts, 1961- 1964 6. Dividend inserts, 1965- 1970
Folder 7. Annual stockholder's meeting minutes, 1962, 1967
Folder 8. Kodak management letter, "Walter A. Fallon reports to shareholders in Flemington, NJ", April 24, 1973
Folder 9. Kodak management letter, "Commitments to fundamentals stressed at annual meeting", April 26, 1977
Folder 10. 1997 Eastman Kodak Company form 10-Kas filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
Box 30: Financial supplement material and Notices of Annual Meetings
Folder 1. 10 year financial review charts, 1958- 1968; 1959- 1969; 1960- 1970; 1961- 1971
Folder 2. Financial review: suppliments and trends, 1973
Folder 3. Financial supplement, 1974- 1977
Folder 4. Financial supplement, 1978- 1981
Folder 5. Notice of annual meeting, 1943- 1955
Folder 6. Notice of annual meeting, 1956- 1969
Folder 7. Notice of annual meeting and proxy statement, 1970- 1979
Folder 8. Notice of annual meeting and proxy statement, 1980- 1992
Folder 9. Semiannual report- Eastman Saving and Loan Association, June 30, 1943
Folder 10. Letters regarding wages, 1899- 1932
Folder 11. Petty cash memoranda, January 1905- September 1911
Folder 12. Sales policies and trade deals, September 13, 1887 June 10, 1913
Folder 13. Summary of study Eastman Kodak Company sales of amateur film to MacKesson- Robbins Houses, 1928- 1931, published 1932
Subseries 3. Executive and Management Papers
Box 31:
Folder 1. Eastman Kodak Company Presidents board chairman chronology
Folder 2. George Eastman appointees to Board of Directors, 1922- 1930
Folder 3. Officers: office holders, Directors: active and inactive
Folder 4. Officers: active and inactive
Folder 4a. Organizational chart, undated
Folder 5. Eastman Kodak Company organizational chart as of January 1, 1979
Folder 6. Eastman Kodak Company management letter: "Our current situation" part 1 and 2, October 1949
Folder 7. Eastman Kodak Company management letter, September 11, 1950
Folder 8. "Conflict of Interest" section in "Kodak management letter", December 1960
Folder 9. F.W. Lovejoy book manuscript, January- June, 1904, pgs. 1- 66
Folder 10. F.W. Lovejoy book manuscript, July- December, 1904, pgs. 67-130
Folder 11. F.W. Lovejoy book manuscript, January- April, 1905, pgs. i-52
Folder 12. F.W. Lovejoy book manuscript, May- December, 1905, pgs. 53- 132
Folder 13. Information on submitting ideas, suggestions and developments to Eastman Kodak Company
Folder 14. Reprintings from the Conference Board: "Company Policies for Promoting Stabilization" and "Forecasting for Production Control", 1947
Folder 15. "Where Kodak Dollar Goes", chart used in Eastman Kodak Company supervisory development program- from Kodakery, Vol. 3, No. 11
Folder 16. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees Autobiography, manuscript notes, (Folder 1 of 3)
Box 31a: A Biography-Autobiography of Charles Edward Kenneth Mees
Folder 1. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees Autobiography, manuscript notes, (Folder 2 of 3)
Folder 2. Kenneth Mees Autobiography, manuscript notes, (Folder 3 of 3)
Folder 3. Introductory notes and manuscript draft of Charles Edward Kenneth Mees Autobiography (Folder 1 of 2)
Folder 4. Introductory notes and manuscript draft of Charles Edward Kenneth Mees Autobiography (Folder 2 of 2)
Folder 5. A Biography- Autobiography of Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, manuscript, pgs. 1-55
Folder 6. A Biography- Autobiography of Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, manuscript, pgs. 56-100
Folder 7. A Biography- Autobiography of Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, manuscript, pgs. 101-144
Folder 8. A Biography- Autobiography of Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, manuscript, pgs. 145-185
Box 32: Oversize Portraits (flat box)
Subseries 4. History and Development of Eastman Kodak Company
Box 33: Photographic History
Folder 1. "When I was a Photographer: Balzac and the Daguerreotype", article, photocopy
Folder 2. The Catherine Draper picture
Folder 3. Encyclopedia articles "Bromoil Process" and "Gum bi-chromate Process", articles, photocopies
Folder 4. A brief history of the contributions of Eastman Kodak Company to photographic processes
Folder 5. "France and the Progress of Photography", by Dr. Marcel Abribat, "British Pioneers in the Development of Photography", by Dr. Douglas Spincer
Folder 6. "From Aristotle to Eastman: a Vest Pocket History of Photography",
Folder 7. "Jules E. Brulator", transcription of court appearances
Folder 8. Pearl Harbor attacks (originals at National Archives)
Folder 9. Men by a lake and waterfall
Folder 10. President Lincoln visits troops after Battle of Antietam (originals at National Archives)
Folder 11. Wright Brothers flights (originals at National Archives)
Folder 12. Downed plane, World War I (originals at National Archives)
Folder 13. American bomber over Ploesti, World War II (originals at National Archives)
Folder 14. Master date list of photographic discoveries, 1802- 1950
Folder 15. Notes on introduction of dry plates, 1867- 1879
Folder 16. "Fifty Years of Photography" by C.E.K. Mees in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, September 1926
Folder 17. Eastman Kodak Company commercial photograph finishing, February 1927, booklet
Folder 18. "An Account of General Photographic Progress from 1921 to the Present", by W.J. Cullen, ca. 1930
Folder 19. "Photographs of Yesteryear", by W.E. Barr, September 24, 1932
Folder 20. "A Hundred Years of Photography", by C.E.K. Mees, October 10, 1933
Folder 21. "Photography of the Civil War Period", from E. Garvin, 1936
Folder 22. "100 Years of Photography" Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, May 15, 1938
Folder 23. "A Decade of Progress: 1929- 1939", April 1940
Folder 24. "First Camera in America to be Placed in Smithsonian Institution" National photograph News Weekly, May 18, 1940
Folder 25. "You Press the Button..." by Edward Cullis Christian Science Monitor, January 11, 1941
Folder 26. "A Hundred Years of Photography" by Mark Ashley, October 1941
Folder 27. Histories of Kodak Park, 1890- 1938, by Claude E. Van Houten
Folder 28. Original advertisement for Eastman Kodak Company "Highest in America", 1907
Folder 29. Rochester song book, including "To My Sweetheart's Kodak", 1910
Folder 30. "The Personal Relation in Industry", by John D. Rockefeller Jr., 1917
Folder 31. "Getting your Pay Envelope to You", article in The Kodak Magazine, 1921 32. Clippings from The Kodak Magazine about Eastman Kodak Company stores in various cities, 1922- 1929
Folder 33. Minutes of Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company, 1884- 1901
Folder 34. "The Kodak Primer", 1888
Folder 35. Beiblatt Fliegenden Blatter, Eastman Kodak Company advertisements, December 9, 1888
Folder 36. "Progress report: The Bigness of Small Business", by Arthur McGee, President, Small Business Association- Rochester
Folder 37. Two documents in a small envelope from George Eastman to F.W. Lovejoy: ticket on New York Central and Hudson River Railroad from Rochester to Charlotte; postage currency 5 cents, 1879
Box 34: Photographic History
Folder 1. Kodak horse-drawn wagons, trucks, and cars, photographs and negatives
Folder 2. Photograph of Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company advertisement
Folder 3. Rochester flood, 1913, photograph
Folder 4. George Eastman, two photographs
Folder 5. Photograph of George Eastman on Kodak Safety Film
Folder 6. Thomas Edison, (1 black and white photograph, 1 negative)
Folder 7. "Just what I wanted- a Kodak", advertisement (negative)
Folder 8. Original advertisement for: "Circus day calls for a Kodak", promoting Autographic Kodak cameras
Folder 9. Excerpts from George Eastman letter to Photographer's Association of American, with photograph, July 1930
Folder 10. Photographs of Admiral Graf Spee, German World War II ship, Battle of the River Plate near Uruguay, December 13- 17, 1939
Folder 11. "Medals with a Certain Gift of Prophecy", advertisement, 1940s
Folder 12. Lecture on the Eastman Kodak Company Stores Incorporated, by Mr. A.R. Ulrich, August 14, 1940
Folder 13. "Aristotle to Eastman: Early Photographic History and Late Kodak Contributions", 1945
Folder 14. Kodakery clippings about Eastman Kodak Company, June 12, 1945- March 30, 1961
Folder 15. Presses releases, 1946
Folder 16. "The Miles of Separation Disappear..." advertisement for Kodacolor Film in Collier's (1 color and 1 negative photograph)
Folder 17. Letter from Elsie Garnier, research librarian, to Mr. W.J.P. Cullen, Advertising Department, June 20, 1947
Folder 18. "Annual Report Reviews 1947 at Kodak", Kodakery Vol. 6, No. 12, March 25, 1948
Folder 19. "Photography in Industry and Science", by Glenn E. Matthews, The American Journal of Photography, 1950
Folder 20. "After Dinner Humor- 1911 Version", related by Mr. Claude Van Houten, May 25, 1950
Folder 21. "Some Photohighlights of the Last Fifty Years", by Glenn Matthews, February 1951
Folder 22. "The Photographic Year: a Review of Progress in 1950", by Dr. Walter Clark, March 1951
Folder 23. "Monsieur Daguerre", Part I, by Beaumont Newhall, Modern Photography, December 1951
Folder 24. "Monsieur Daguerre", Part II, by Beaumont Newhall, Modern Photography, January 1952
Folder 25. "Photography Then and Now", by Valentine Sarra and Beaumont Newhall, Popular Mechanics, July 1952
Folder 26. "Criminology and Police Photography", report, September 1952
Folder 27. Power equipment from 1880- 1891, Eastman Kodak Company, compiled by J. Howard Cather, 1952
Folder 28. "Milestones in Photography", pamphlet, August 1953
Folder 29. "The Graphic History Society", Image, Vol. II, No. 6, September 1953
Folder 30. "The Magic Box", The Anaconda Wire, May 1956
Folder 31. "The Role of Photography in Archives", by Keast Burke, March 6, 1957
Folder 32. "Photography in the Sixties", by Gerald B. Zornow, May 1960
Folder 33. Tape recording- observing 125 years of photography, by Beaumont Newhall, April 24, 1964, transcript
Folder 34. "Origins of Photography" article series, August 1965
Folder 35. 150th anniversary of photography, press release, May 1972
Folder 36. 'Smile and Say "Prunes" You're on Daguerreotype', produced by National Geographic Society, November 16, 1973
Folder 37. Men in lab with uncut photographic prints, (1 color, 1 black and white photograph)
Folder 38. "Kodak Presses Pollution Attack to Keep Air and Water Clean", by Kathy Zanni, newspaper article
Folder 39. Biography of George Eastman, printed fragment- unknown author and date, photocopy
Box 35: Civic Activism and Company History
Folder 1. "The Empire of Kodak: the Story of the Realization of a Dream that Created a World Art", Isaac F. Marconsson, Manuscript, ca. 1930
Folder 2. Lists of Academy Awards and photograph of Oscar
Folder 3. "Kodak", reprinted from Glamour, 1952
Folder 4. List of awards to Eastman Kodak Company, 1954-1974
Folder 5. Eastman Kodak Company cited for aid to higher education, press release, 1960
Folder 6. Sixteen organizations honored for supported American Physics, press release, 1961
Folder 7. The "E" (export) Award and related materials, 1963- 1964
Folder 8. 'Kodak received Export "E" Award', press release, May 19, 1964
Folder 9. "Eastman Kodak received Bell & Howell Engineering Award", press release, May 4, 1965
Folder 10. Eastman Kodak Company Histories: "Pontoons", "Kodak in Canada", manuscripts, Dr. Chapman, 1965
Folder 11. Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge Award, 1969
Folder 12. "Kodak Announces formation of Eastman Technology, Inc", press release, 1972
Folder 13. Financial World awards, 1971- 1973
Folder 14. "Association for Retarded Citizens to Honor Eastman Kodak Company", press release, 1978
Folder 15. Business in the Arts Award, press release, 1978
Folder 16. "Kodak and Atex Announce Merger Plans", press release, 1981
Folder 17. Eastman Kodak Company, "A Brief History", 1983
Folder 18. "Setting the Course", guide to improving Eastman Kodak Company business, 1983
Folder 19. Time Magazine and 100 years of photojournalism, 1989
Folder 20. Development of Eastman Kodak Company, general materials
Folder 21. Historical projects picture file
Folder 22. Corporate Identity Manual, (1 of 3)
Folder 23. Corporate Identity Manual, (2 of 3)
Folder 24. Corporate Identity Manual, (3 of 3)
Box 36: Company History
Folder 1. Corporate Identity Manual, incomplete
Folder 2. Corporations that Eastman Kodak Company owned 50% or more, (Folder 1 of 2)
Folder 3. Corporations, (2 of 2)
Folder 4. Eastman Kodak Company trademark materials
Folder 4a. Use of Kodak brand manual
Folder 5. "The Story of Kodak" (1 of 3)
Folder 6. "The Story of Kodak" (2 of 3)
Folder 7. "The Story of Kodak" (3 of 3)
Box 37: Company History
Folder 1. "The Story of Kodak", master copy, (1 of 2)
Folder 2. "The Story of Kodak", master copy (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Company history, (1 of 6)
Folder 4. Company history, (2 of 6)
Folder 5. Company history, (3 of 6)
Box 38: Company History
Folder 1. Company history, (4 of 6)
Folder 2. History, (5 of 6)
Folder 3. History, (6 of 6)
Folder 4. "Industrial Relations" by George Eastman
Folder 5. "Corporate Sales and Advertising" by George Eastman
Folder 6. "Kodak All Over the World" by George Eastman
Folder 7. "Kodak Park" by George Eastman
Folder 8. "A Kind of Magic", fragment by George Eastman
Folder 9. "Up from Translucine" by George Eastman
Folder 10. "Distillation Produces", fragment by George Eastman
Box 39: "The Story of Kodak" and other manuscripts related to Eastman Kodak Company History
Folder 1. "The Story of Kodak" Volume III. Production-- England, Frances, Germany, Australia, Hungary
Folder 2. "Kodak and Color" by George Eastman
Folder 3. Eastman Kodak Company Part II. Chapters III- VIII
Folder 4. "Kodak People" by George Eastman
Folder 5. "Photography-- Kodak and Research", draft manuscripts
Folder 6. Reprography
Folder 7. "Creative Chemistry"
Folder 8. "The World Market"-- Great Britain
Folder 9. "Overseas Development"
Folder 10. Company Chronologies
Folder 11. "Kodak Park"
Volume 10: Kodak Works, photograph album
February 26, 1897
March 11, 1897
March 11, 1897
March 18, 1897
March 18, 1897
March 18, 1897
March 25, 1897
March 25, 1897
March 25, 1897
April 1, 1897
April 1, 1897
April 8, 1897
April 8, 1897
April 15, 1897
April 15, 1897
April 22, 1897
April 22, 1897
April 29, 1897
Undated, completed building
Undated, completed building
Box 39a: Building of Kodak Corporate Headquarters, State Street, Rochester, photograph album ca. 1911-1913
Subseries 5. Industrial Relations
Box 40: Labor Agitation, 1958-1972
Folder 1. Tax Materials, Dec. 1932
Folder 2. A.M. Tenney, Inc. Acquisition. 1947-1950 (1 of 2)
Folder 3. A.M. Tenney, Inc. Acquisition. 1947-1950 (2 of 2)
Folder 4. J.F. Adams Acquisition, 1957-1958
Folder 5. Labor Agitation, 1901-1962
Folder 6. Labor Unions, 1956
Folder 7. Kodak Management Letters about the 1964 Civil Rights Act, 1958-1972
Folder 8. "White House, EK sign 'Plan for Progress'", Kodakery June 5, 1962
Folder 9. Materials related to FIGHT, 1966-1967 (1 of 3)
Folder 10. Materials related to FIGHT, 1966-1967 (2 of 3)
Folder 11. Materials related to FIGHT, 1966-1967 (3 of 3)
Box 41: Equal Employment
Folder 1. Equal Employment Printed Materials, 1967
Folder 2. Annual Meeting Minutes, 1967
Folder 3. Mr. Vaughn's Statement after 1967 Annual Meeting
Folder 4. Letter to Kodak shareowners about Louis K. Eilers' letter to Minister Franklin Florence, 1967-1968
Folder 5. "Fair Employment" and "Policy of Nondiscrimination of Kodak Statements", March 1967
Folder 6. Flemington, NJ Shareowners' Meeting April 1967
Folder 7. Press Coverage of 1967 Meeting
Folder 8. Remarks by William S. Vaughn, Wilson Day, 1978
Folder 9. "Urban Opportunities..." Gerald B. Zornow, October 21, 1968
Folder 10. Personal booklet, July, 1967
Folder 11. Employee benefits materials, 1889-1979
Folder 12. Training Materials, 1894-1972 (1 of 3)
Folder 13. Training Materials, 1894-1972 (2 of 3)
Folder 14. Training Materials, 1894-1972 (3 of 3)
Folder 15. Safety committee materials, 1896-1953
Box 42: Employee Programs
Folder 1. Suggestion System, 1892-1952
Folder 1a. Suggestion System, correspondence, 1920- 1924
Folder 2. Assessment of Suggestion System, 1952
Folder 3. 75th Anniversary of Suggestion System
Folder 3a. Policies and Procedures of Employees Suggestion Plan, 1983
Folder 4. Industrial Relations Materials
Folder 5. Employee statistics; educational aid brochures, 1905-1980
Folder 6. Statements of Personnel Policy by Industrial Conference Board, Inc. 1959
Folder 7. Educational aid program booklets, 1959-1966
Folder 8. Teaching machines and programs, 1960-1961
Folder 9. Statistics, 1965
Folder 10. Retirement plan materials, 1960-1976
Folder 11. Eastman Kodak Company Letter to President W. Allen Wallis, 1963
Box 43: Employee Programs
Folder 1. Food Service and Dietician Program, 1906-1963
Folder 1a. Kodak Camera Club articles in Kodakery, 1970-1996
Folder 2. Employee savings and investment plan, 1912-1972
Folder 3. Employers' Manual by Katherine M.H. Blackford, M.D. 1913
Cataloged in RBSCP stacks- HF5549.5.S38 B53 1912. See: https://catalog.lib.rochester.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=5503522

Folder 4. Personnel records, 1916-1919
Folder 5. Wage and Salary information, 1916-1983
Folder 6. Materials related to automation, 1918-1976 (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Materials related to automation, 1918-1976 (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Kodak Employers' Association, 1920-1967 (1 of 2)
Folder 9. Kodak Employers' Association, 1920-1967 (2 of 2)
Folder 10. History of industrial design
Folder 11. Employee Entertainment and Dance Program, December 3, 1920
Folder 12. The Human Factors Laboratory, 1925-1971
Folder 13. Welfare Fund and Profit Sharing Information, 1928-1978 (1 of 2)
Folder 14. Welfare Fund and Profit Sharing Information, 1928-1978 (2 of 2)
Box 43a: Kodak Camera Club
Folder 1. History and General Materials (1 of 2)
Folder 2. History and General Materials (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Constitution and By-Laws of Rochester Club, 1931
Folder 4. "The Camera Club: Its Organization and Management"
Folder 5. Meeting Minutes, 1920-1922
Folder 6. "The Story of the Croydon Camera Club" By John Reane, 1950
Folder 7. Notes
Box 44: Employee Programs
Folder 1. Microfilm/Recordak Company, 1928-1980
Folder 2. "A Young Man Looks at the Eastman Kodak Company", ca. 1929
Folder 3. Industrial Relations Vol. 1 No. 1, 1930
Folder 4. Unemployment Benefit Plan Announcement, 1931
Folder 5. Retirement Plans, 1935-1978
Folder 6. Anniversary Dinner Program in honor of Rochester Eastman Kodak Company Employees, December 12, 1935
Folder 7. "Employee - Employer Relationships", Sodus Rotary Club by A.B. Gates, October 26, 1937
Folder 8. "Eastman's Production Stabilization Eliminates Seasonal Unemployment", The Wall Street Journal, 1938
Folder 9. Kodak Park World's Amateur Softball Champions 1936 & 1940 Program
Folder 10. Annual Kodak Dinner Program, January 31, 1941
Folder 11. Town Meeting. "Are you Preparing to Grow Old Successfully?" June 22, 1948
Folder 12. Career Opportunities at Eastman Kodak Company, 1950s-1970s
Folder 13. Summaries of college graduates employed by Business and Technical Personnel Department, August 1, 1952
Folder 14. "Total charges to students at colleges and universities" report by K.O. Statistical Department, March 26, 1954
Folder 15. J.H. Howard's notes on aid-to-education program, 1955
Folder 16. Educational Contributions Committee minutes, February 1955 - September 1955
Folder 17. Outside companies' contributions to Aid to Education, March 3, 1955 - August 10, 1955
Folder 18. Comments regarding proposed Program of Financial Aid to Higher Education, July 19, 1955
Folder 19. Press releases related to higher education programs, 1955-1967 (1 of 2)
Folder 20. Press releases related to higher education programs, 1955-1967 (2 of 2)
Folder 21. "Eastman Kodak Company" by Geneva Seybold, National Industrial Conference Board, June 1958
Folder 22. Pollution, 1956-1970s
Folder 23. Medical Department organizational chart, 1958-1960
Folder 24. Medical Programs (1 of 2)
Folder 25. Medical Programs (2 of 2)
Subseries 7. Meeting Minutes and Reports
Box 45: Eastman Kodak Company Management
Folder 1. Management Letters, 1970-1977
Folder 2. Store Managers
This folder contains a memo written by George Eastman in 1919 regarding the threat of Bolshevism.

Folder 3. History of Kodak Employees Association, Inc. Materials, 1975 (1 of 2)
Folder 4. History of Kodak Employees Association, Inc. Materials, 1975 (2 of 2)
Folder 5. Joint Ventures, 1979
Folder 6. Employee Assistance Program, June 1985 - June 1986
Folder 7. Eastman Kodak Company Supervisors' Meeting Program Materials, undated
Folder 8. Legal Materials (1 of 2)
Folder 9. Legal Materials (2 of 2)
Folder 10. Camera Works: Executive meeting minutes, 1919-1930 (1 of 2)
Folder 11. Camera Works: Executive meeting minutes, 1919-1930 (2 of 2)
Box 46: Annual Reports, 1905- 1976
Folder 1. Annual Reports, 1905-1937
1905
1914
1932
1933
1934
1935
Folder 2. 1938-1942
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
Folder 3. 1943-1954
1943
1944
1945
1946
1954
Folder 4. 1961-1966
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
Folder 5. 1968-1972
1968
1970
1970 International Report
1971
1971 International Report
1972
Folder 6. 1973-1976
1973
1974
1975
1976
Box 46a: Annual Reports, 1977- 2004
Folder 1. 1977-1991
Folder 2. 1992-1995
Folder 3. 1996-1999
Folder 4. 2000-2001
Folder 5. 2004
Box 46b: Transcripts of Annual Stockholder Meetings, 1967- 1980
Folder 1. Annual Stockholders' Meeting, April 25, 1967
Folder 2. Transcript of 1967 Annual Shareholders' Meeting
This transcript reflect the activities outside the meeting, which include protests related to Kodak's labor practices. Please refer to Box 162 for an additional transcription of the 1967 meeting.

Folder 3. Transcript of 1968 Meeting
Folder 4. Transcript of 1969 Meeting
Folder 5. Transcript of 1971 Meeting
Folder 6. Transcript of 1972 Meeting (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Transcript of 1972 Meeting (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Transcript of 1974 Meeting
Folder 9. Transcript of 1975 Meeting
Folder 10. Transcript of 1976 Meeting
Folder 11. Transcript of 1977 Meeting
Folder 12. Transcript of 1978 Meeting
Folder 13. Transcript of 1979 Meeting
Folder 14. Transcript of 1980 Meeting
Folder 15. Corporate Records Management Program, 1980
Folder 16. Record Retention Program and Manual
Box 46C: Annual Reports, 1908-1937
This box was acquired in 2015.

Folder 1. Director's Annual Reports, 1908-1915
Folder 2. Director's Annual Reports, 1916-1921
Folder 3. Director's Annual Reports, 1922-1926
Folder 4. Annual Reports, 1927-1929
Folder 5. Annual Reports, 1930-1931
Folder 6. Annual Reports, 1936-1937
Box 47: Committee Meeting Minutes and Statistical Data
Folder 1. Kodak Office Suggestion Committee meeting minutes (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Kodak Office Suggestion Committee meeting minutes (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Joint Committee meeting minutes (1 of 3)
Folder 4. Joint Committee meeting minutes (2 of 3)
Folder 5. Joint Committee meeting minutes (3 of 3)
Folder 6. Price Changes
Folder 7. Price Restrictions
Folder 8. Data Prepared for Mr. Eastman
Folder 9. Terms of Sale, Volume 2
Folder 10. George Eastman memorial service
Subseries 8. Materials Related to George Eastman
Box 47a: Photographs documenting George Eastman's Life and Contributions
Folder 1. Early Photography
Folder 2. Photographs documenting George Eastman (GE) Background
Folder 3. Portraits of George Eastman
Folder 4. Photographs documenting George Eastman Philanthropy
Box 48: 13 Period Calendar
Folder 1. General Materials
Folder 2. George Eastman Articles and Speeches (1 of 2)
Folder 3. George Eastman Articles and Speeches (2 of 2)
Folder 4. League of Nations and Calendar Reform, 1926-1928
Folder 5. Manual
Folder 6. Sample Calendar (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Sample Calendar (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Implementation of Eastman Kodak Company (1 of 3)
Folder 9. Implementation of Eastman Kodak Company (2 of 3)
Folder 10. Implementation of Eastman Kodak Company (3 of 3)
Folder 11. Volvelle
Folder 12. Phototgraphs and Negatives
Folder 13. "Sol 26, 1936" by M.B. Folsom
Folder 14. Articles
Folder 15. Posters
Subseries 9. Rochester Area Buildings
Box 48a: Materials related to the Early History of Kodak Park
Folder 1. First picnic of employees of Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company, July 1898, photograph
Folder 2. Film workers at Kodak Park, photograph
Folder 3. John Bowman of Department 5, Camera Works, 1892, 1893, photographs
Folder 4. Kodak employees (3 unidentified photographs, pre-1920)
Folder 5. Kodak Park Area photographs
Folder 6. Kodak Regent Street branch office, photograph
Folder 7. Camera factory office, 1895, photograph
Folder 8. Collodion and Paper Buildings, 1894, photograph
Folder 9. Kodak Park factory buildings, photographs
Folder 10. Kodak office building, ca. 1911, photograph
Folder 11. Photographic material building, photographs
Folder 12. Advertisements, 1880s
Folder 13. Exposure index card
Folder 14. Four negatives with Premo Film Pack
Folder 15. Paysheet, March 17, 1881, facsimile
Folder 16. Genesee River, photographs
Folder 17. Cardinal Mercier's visit to Kodak Park, 1919, photograph
Folder 18. Kodak Park visitor passes
Folder 19. Employee matchbook
Box 49: Rochester Area Eastman Kodak Company Offices
Folder 1. Materials related to Kodak Park
Folder 2. Management
Folder 3. Press Releases, Kodak Park
Folder 4. Development of Railroads
Folder 5. Coal Shortage, 1940s
Folder 6. Kodak Park Whistle
Folder 7. Railroads, Photographs (1 of 2)
Folder 8. Railroads, Photographs (2 of 2)
Folder 9. Census of Employees, 1929-1958
Folder 10. Draft Publications about Kodak Park
Folder 11. Kodak Park Publications (1 of 2)
Folder 12. Kodak Park Publications (2 of 2)
Folder 13. Articles about Kodak Park
Folder 14. Plant Tour Script and Press Release
Folder 15. Storage Tank, Photographs
Folder 16. Kodak Park Telephone Systems
Folder 17. Kodak Park Water Systems
Folder 18. Kodak Park Pioneers Club, Member Lists, and Event Descriptions
Box 49a: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Building of Kodak Park
Folder 2. Kodak Park Land Acquisition (1 of 2)
Folder 3. Kodak Park Land Acquisition (2 of 2)
Folder 4. Kodak Park Acres, Buildings (1 of 2)
Folder 5. Kodak Park Acres, Buildings (2 of 2)
Folder 5. History of Kodak Park
Folder 6. Kodak Park History, Essay
Folder 7. Building 6 (1 of 3)
Folder 8. Building 6 (2 of 3)
Folder 9. Building 6 (3 of 3)
Folder 10. Building 6c
Box 49b: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Building 9
Folder 2. Building 10
Folder 3. Building 16 (1 of 2)
Folder 4. Building 16 (2 of 2)
Folder 5. Building 18
Folder 6. Building 23
Folder 7. Building 26 (1 of 2)
Folder 8. Building 26 (2 of 2)
Folder 9. Building 29 (1 of 2)
Folder 10. Building 29 (2 of 2)
Folder 11. Building 31
Folder 12. Building 34
Box 49c: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Building 38
Folder 2. Building 40
Folder 3. Building 48
Folder 4. Building 50
Folder 5. Building 52
Folder 6. Building 53
Folder 7. Building 59
Folder 8. Building 69 (1 of 2)
Folder 9. Building 69 (2 of 2)
Folder 10. Building 82 (1 of 3)
Folder 11. Building 82 (2 of 3)
Folder 12. Building 82 (3 of 3)
Box 50: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Building 82a
Folder 2. Building 82c
Folder 3. Building 102
Folder 4. Building 105 (1 of 2)
Folder 5. Building 105 (2 of 2)
Folder 6. Building 106
Folder 7. Building 112
Folder 8. Building 119 (1 of 2)
Folder 9. Building 119 (2 of 2)
Folder 10. Building 135
Folder 11. Building 138
Folder 12. Building 143
Box 50a: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Building 145 (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Building 145 (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Building 151
Folder 4. Building 202
Folder 5. Building 205
Folder 5a. Building 211, open house, 1954
Folder 6. Building 304
Folder 7. Building 312
Folder 8. Building 313 (1 of 2)
Folder 9. Building 313 (2 of 2)
Folder 10. Building 317 (1 of 3)
Folder 11. Building 317 (2 of 3)
Box 51: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Building 317 (1 of 3)
Folder 2. Building 318
Folder 3. Building 319 ground breaking and construction, 1960-1962, photographs
Folder 4. Building 319 equipment installation, 1961-1962, photographs (1 of 2)
Folder 5. Building 319 equipment installation, 1961-1962, photographs (2 of 2)
Folder 6. Building 321 (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Building 321 (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Building 323 (1 of 2)
Folder 9. Building 323 (2 of 2)
Folder 10. Building 325 (1 of 2)
Folder 11. Building 325 (2 of 2)
Box 51a: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Building 326 (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Building 326 (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Building 328
Folder 4. Building 329 (1 of 2)
Folder 5. Building 329 (2 of 2)
Folder 6. Building 332 (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Building 332 (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Building 349
Folder 9. Building 350
Folder 10. Building 502
Box 51b: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Building 503
Folder 2. Building 506
Folder 3. Building 511
Folder 4. Building 601
Folder 5. Building 603
Folder 6. Building 605 (1 of 6)
Folder 7. Building 605 (2 of 6)
Folder 8. Building 605 (3 of 6)
Box 51c: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Building 605 (4 of 6)
Folder 2. Building 605 (5 of 6)
Folder 3. Building 605 (6 of 6)
Folder 4. Building 642 (1 of 2)
Folder 5. Building 642 (2 of 2)
Folder 6. Building 701
Folder 7. Various Buildings
Folder 8. Construction Projects, Buildings, 1960s-1970s, photographs (1 of 2)
Folder 9. Construction Projects, Buildings, 1960s-1970s, photographs (2 of 2)
Box 51d: Kodak Park Buildings
Folder 1. Elmgrove Plant, 1969, photographs
Folder 2. Lake Avenue Bridge
Folder 3. King's Landing Water Purification Plant, photographs (1 of 2)
Folder 4. King's Landing Water Purification Plant, photographs (2 of 2)
Folder 5. Lake Pumping Station, transformer platform, photographs
Folder 6. Mt Read Bridge, Ridgeway Avenue, photographs (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Mt Read Bridge, Ridgeway Avenue, photographs (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Parking Lots, photographs
Folder 9. Riverwood Project, photographs (1 of 2)
Folder 10. Riverwood Project, photographs (2 of 2)
Folder 11. Second Construction Chronology
Box 52: Employee Statistics
Folder 1. Number of Employees, Rochester (1 of 3)
Folder 2. Number of Employees, Rochester (2 of 3)
Folder 3. Number of Employees, Rochester (3 of 3)
Folder 4. History of Kodak Station, 1962
Folder 5. EK Stores, Meeting Minutes (1 of 2)
Folder 6. EK Stores, Meeting Minutes (2 of 2)
Box 52a: Employment Data: Rochester, National and International
Folder 1. Number of employees, Rochester, by gender, 1929-1976
Folder 2. Number of employees, Rochester, hourly and salaried, 1929-1976
Folder 3. Number of employees, Rochester, by division, 1930-1976
Folder 4. Number of employees, Rochester, by division, 1946-1958
Folder 5. Number of employees, Rochester and Canada, 1955-1976
Folder 6. Number of employees, outside of Rochester, 1955-1976
Folder 7. Number of employees, Rochester and national, 1939-1976
Folder 8. Annual employment data, Rochester and national, 1888-1979
Folder 9. Annual employment data, national, 1900-1976
Folder 10. Annual employment data, 1928-1977
Folder 11. Annual employment data, national stores, 1906-1967
Folder 12. Annual employment data, national and Canada, 1902-1976
Subseries 10. National and International Kodak Locations
Box 53: National and International Eastman Kodak Company Offices (A)
Folder 1. Arkansas
Folder 2. Boston
Folder 3. Hollywood, California
Folder 4. Palo Alto, California
Folder 5. Sacramento, California, April 20, 1891
Folder 6. San Francisco, California, 1901
Folder 7. Colorado (1 of 2)
Folder 8. Colorado (2 of 2)
Folder 9. Denver, Colorado
Folder 10. Chamblee, Georgia
Folder 11. St. Louis, Missouri, April 5, 1891
Folder 12. Lincoln, Nebraska
Folder 13. New Jersey
Folder 14. Findlay, Ohio
Folder 15. Tennessee
Folder 16. Texas
Folder 17. San Antonio, Texas, February 1, 1901
Folder 18. Salt Lake City, Utah, April 20 1891
Folder 19. List of companies incorporated or acquired, ca. 1881-1913
Folder 20. National company profiles and histories (1 of 2)
Folder 21. National company profiles and histories (2 of 2)
Folder 22. Foreign Companies' Histories
53a: Eastman Kodak Company Stores, Cleveland, Carnegie Avenue Suite, ca. June 1965
Folder Photographs
53b: Company Profiles
Folder 1. Paper, Plate and Camera Company Profiles (1 of 8)
Folder 2. Paper, Plate and Camera Company Profiles (2 of 8)
Folder 3. Paper, Plate and Camera Company Profiles (3 of 8)
Folder 4. Paper, Plate and Camera Company Profiles (4 of 8)
Folder 5. Paper, Plate and Camera Company Profiles (5 of 8)
Folder 6. Paper, Plate and Camera Company Profiles (6 of 8)
Folder 7. Paper, Plate and Camera Company Profiles (7 of 8)
Folder 8. Paper, Plate and Camera Company Profiles (8 of 8)
Box 54: International Eastman Kodak Company Office (A-F)
Folder 1. Africa
Folder 2. Argentina
Folder 3. Australia (1 of 2)
Folder 4. Australia (2 of 2)
Folder 5. Australasia
Folder 6. Austria
Folder 7. Belgium
Folder 8. Bolivia
Folder 9. Brazil
Folder 10. Canada
Folder 11. Caribbean
Folder 12. Chili
Folder 13. China
Folder 14. Columbia
Folder 15. Cuba
Folder 16. Czechoslovakia
Folder 17. Denmark
Folder 18. Dominican Republic
Folder 18a. Dutch East Indies
Folder 19. Egypt
Folder 20. Finland
Folder 21. France
Volume 12: Official opening of the Kodak factory at Coburg, Australia, April 1961, photographs
Volume 13: Kodak - Pathe, France, photographs of building development
Volume 14: Kodak - Pathe Visitors, photographs
Box 55: International Eastman Kodak Company Office (G-N)
Folder 1. Germany (1 of 4)
Folder 2. Germany (2 of 4)
Folder 3. Germany (3 of 4)
Folder 4. Germany (4 of 4)
Folder 5. Greece
Folder 6. Holland
Folder 7. Hungary
Folder 8. Iceland
Folder 9. India
Folder 10. Indonesia
Folder 11. Iran
Folder 12. Ireland
Folder 13. Italy
Folder 14. Japan
Folder 15. Kenya
Folder 16. Korea
Folder 17. Latin America
Folder 18. Lebanon
Folder 19. Malaysia
Folder 20. Mexico
Folder 21. Morocco
Folder 22. Netherlands
Folder 23. New Zealand
Folder 24. Norway
Box 56: International Eastman Kodak Company Office (P- Z)
Folder 1. Panama
Folder 2. Paraguay
Folder 3. Peru
Folder 4. Philippines
Folder 5. Poland
Folder 6. Portugal
Folder 7. Puerto Rico
Folder 8. Russia
Folder 9. Singapore
Folder 10. South Africa
Folder 11. Spain
Folder 12. Sweden
Folder 13. Switzerland
Folder 14. Taiwan
Folder 15. Thailand
Folder 16. Turkey
Folder 17. Uruguay
Folder 18. Vancouver, British Columbia
Folder 19. Venezuela
Folder 20. Virgin Islands
Folder 21. Zambia
Folder 22 Zimbabwe
Folder 23. General Information (1 of 3)
Folder 24. General Information (2 of 3)
Folder 25. General Information (3 of 3)
Box 57: Histories
Folder 1. History, 1885-1949
Folder 2. 1939-1950 (1 of 3)
Folder 3. 1939-1950 (2 of 3)
Folder 4. 1939-1950 (3 of 3)
Folder 5. 1885-1975
Folder 6. Kodak Professional
Folder 7. History of Kodak Ltd. to 1977 by Margaret Gauntlett
Folder 8. Histories
Folder 9. Companies
Folder 10. Western Europe
Folder 11. Combined Territories
Folder 12. Territories
Box 58: Histories and Kodak - Pathe
Folder 1. Germany War Claims (1 of 5)
Folder 2. Germany War Claims (2 of 5)
Folder 3. Germany War Claims (3 of 5)
Folder 4. Germany War Claims (4 of 5)
Folder 5. Germany War Claims (5 of 5)
Folder 6. History (1 of 3)
Folder 7. History (2 of 3)
Folder 8. History (3 of 3)
Folder 9. History of Kodak in France
Folder 10. Le Societe Kodak-Pathe Publication
Box 59: Annual Reports and Data
Folder 1. Annual Reports, 1969-1973
Folder 2. Annual Reports 1974, 1975, 1984
Folder 3. Copenick, Germany Plant
Folder 4. Kodak Europe Statistics (1 of 4)
Folder 5. Kodak Europe Statistics (2 of 4)
Folder 6. Kodak Europe Statistics (3 of 4)
Folder 7. Kodak Europe Statistics (4 of 4)
Folder 8. Histories of Kodak International Unites
Folder 9. Information on Foreign Companies (1 of 3)
Box 60: Statistics
Folder 1. Information on Foreign Companies (2 of 3)
Folder 2. Information on Foreign Companies (3 of 3)
Folder 3. World Wide Employment Statistics (1 of 4)
Folder 4. World Wide Employment Statistics (2 of 4)
Folder 5. World Wide Employment Statistics (3 of 4)
Folder 6. World Wide Employment Statistics (4 of 4)
Folder 7. Privatization Protection Materials
Box 61: Lease Information
Folder 1. Restraints on Price Competition in Japan materials
Folder 2. Petition to Remove Japanese Barriers to Eastman Kodak Company (1 of 2)
Folder 3. Petition to Remove Japanese Barriers to Eastman Kodak Company (2 of 2)
Folder 4. 301 Petition and Decision
Folder 5. Materials Related to 301 Petition
Folder 6. Foreign Purchasing Information, 1955-1963
Folder 7. Floor Space, all plants, 1915-1956
Folder 8. Lease Schedules of Eastman Kodak Company Stores in Major Cities
Folder 9. Company Property in Rochester, 1934
Folder 10. No. 129 West Adams St., Jacksonville, FL, 1960
Folder 11. 607 14th St. N.W., Washington, DC, 1952
Folder 12. 1009 Oliver Street, St. Louis, Missouri, 1952
Subseries 11. Centennial Celebration
Box 62: Centennial Celebration
Folder 1. "Eastman - The Filmmakers' Film Maker": Historical Photographs and Centennial papers
Folder 2. "1980 Centennial"
Folder 3. "100 Years of Memories": Historical Photographs and Feature Articles
Folder 4. "A 100-Year Start on Tomorrow": Centennial Program Gift and Information Packet
Folder 5. Kodak Centennial desk calendar, 1980
Folder 6. "Centennial in the News"
Folder 7. Suburban Circle Publications, "A Birthday Salute to Kodak"
Folder 8. Kodak "Studio Light," Centennial Issue 1980
Folder 9. "International Photography 3 - Special Kodak Issue"
Folder 10. "The Kodak Centennial Celebration: A Review"
Folder 11. "The 100 years' footsteps of Eastman Kodak Company" by K. Sacki, Camera Mainichi Magazine (Japan) 1981
Box 63: Centennial Celebration
Folder 1. "1st Centennial Report, Summer '78"
Folder 2. Planning Committee August 30, 1978
Folder 3. "Steering Committee Meeting September 21, 1978"
Folder 4. Committee Meeting September 28, 1978
Folder 5. "Steering Committee Meeting October 18, 1978"
Folder 6. "Centennial Information": goals, plans, organization
Folder 7. "ECD Centennial Plan"
Folder 8. Administrative Kodak Centennial Program papers
Folder 9. "Kodak Centennial 1980 Management Papers"
Folder 10. KODAK CENTENNIAL 1980 Task Force Report
Folder 11. Centennial Corporate Calendar
Folder 12. "Centennial Employee-Oriented Activities", "Centennial Objectives", "Company Histories and Other Publications"
Folder 13. Kodak Centennial Pamphlets
Series 3. Products
Subseries 1. Market Research
Box 64: Market Research
Folder 1. Certificate of Incorporation
Folder 2. Trademark and Patent Materials, ca. 1960s
Folder 3. Trademark Guidelines, 1940s-1970s (1 of 2)
Folder 4. Trademark Guidelines, 1940s-1970s (2 of 2)
Folder 5. Select Product Patents
Folder 6. Tocopheral Patents, 1942-1952
Folder 7. Anti-Trust Cases, 1948-1951 (1 of 2)
Folder 8. Anti-Trust Cases, 1948-1951 (2 of 2)
Folder 9. Market Competition Research (1 of 2)
Folder 10. Market Competition Research (2 of 2)
Box 65: Market Research
Folder 1. Polaroid Analysis, 1967 (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Polaroid Analysis, 1967 (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Polaroid vs. Eastman Kodak Company, Lawsuit Materials, 1990 (1 of 2)
Folder 4. Polaroid vs. Eastman Kodak Company, Lawsuit Materials, 1990 (2 of 2)
Folder 5. Articles about Eastman Kodak Company Patents
Folder 6. Articles related to Polaroid (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Articles related to Polaroid (2 of 2)
Subseries 2. Product Development
Box 66: Product Development
Folder 1. Production Office Report of Products, 1950-1956
Folder 2. Products 1956-1960
Folder 3. Correspondence, Product Development, 1905-1980
Folder 4. Kodak Park Product Development
Folder 5. Product Development History (1 of 3)
Folder 6. Product Development History (2 of 3)
Folder 7. Product Development History (3 of 3)
Folder 8. Speeches and Articles, Product Development, 1937-1974
Folder 9. Product Listings
Folder 10. Catalogs and Advertisements (1 of 2)
Folder 11. Catalogs and Advertisements (2 of 2)
Box 67: Product Development
Folder 1. 1889, 1892
Folder 2. 1936
Folder 3. 1938
Folder 4. 1940
Folder 5. 1941
Folder 6. 1942
Box 68: Product Development
Folder 1. 1947
Folder 2. 1950 (1 of 2)
Folder 3. 1950 (2 of 2)
Folder 4. 1952
Folder 5. 1953 (1 of 2)
Folder 6. 1953 (2 of 2)
Folder 7. 1955 (1 of 2)
Folder 8. 1955 (2 of 2)
Subseries 3. Camera Models
Box 69: Camera Models (A-B)
Folder 1. Kodak Park Production Sales, Shipments
Folder 2. Major Amateur Equipment Sold 1905-1980
Folder 3. User Manuals
Folder 4. "History of the Kodak Camera"
Folder 5. Chronology of Kodak and Brownie Cameras, 1888- 1962
Folder 6. Listing of Kodak, Brownie and Eastman Cameras, 1888- 1973
Folder 7. Autographic Camera
Folder 8. Description of Product Development, 1961
Folder 9. Advantix Presskit
Folder 10. Prices and Publicity
Folder 11. Aero Camera
Folder 12. Bantam Special f.2
Box 70: Camera Models (B-I)
Folder 1. Brownie Product Details (1 of 3)
Folder 2. Brownie Product Details (2 of 3)
Folder 3. Brownie Product Details (3 of 3)
Folder 4. Brownie Start Cameras
Folder 5. Brownie Auto 27 Guide
Folder 6. Brownie Super 27 Guide
Folder 7. Brownie Sales Figures
Folder 8. Cine Kodak Simplicity
Folder 9. Curkut Cameras, 1904
Folder 10. Disc Camera
Folder 11. Kodal Extra
Folder 12. Extralite
Folder 13. Fisher- Price, 1984
Folder 14. Model B f 3.5
Folder 15. No. 1 Kodak Camera
Folder 16. No. 4 Bulls- Eye Special Camera, 1989- 1904
Folder 17. Kodak Ekralite 10, 1978
Folder 18. Kodak Extra 2, 1978
Folder 19. Flash
Folder 20. Fling 35, 1987
Folder 21. History of Instamatic
Folder 22. Instamatic Product Details
Folder 23. Instamatic Batteries and Flash
Folder 24. Instamatic Press Releases, 1972
Box 71: Camera Models (I-S)
Folder 1. Instamatic Product Photographs
Folder 2. Instamatic Press releases, 1963
Folder 3. Press releases, 1964- 1966
Folder 4. Press releases, 1968- 1970
Folder 5. Press releases, 1972
Folder 6. Press Conference Script, 1972
Folder 7. Articles and Promotions
Folder 8. Meter Reading
Folder 9. Panoramic Camera
Folder 10. Pocket Kodak Special
Folder 11. Radar Recording Camera
Folder 12. Retina Camera
Folder 13. Still Camera (1 of 2)
Folder 14. Still Camera (2 of 2)
Folder 15. Super Kodak Six- 20
Folder 16. Kodak Junior Synchronizer, 1941
Folder 17. Kodak Senior Synchronizer, 1940
Box 72: Camera and Film Products
Folder 1. Still Cameras, Product Details and Price Listings, 1935- 1952
Folder 2. Sales Figures, 1887- 1916
Folder 3. Comparison of Cameras, Projectors and View Cameras, 1921 and 1948
Folder 3a. Camera Fact Sheets, 1994-1997
Kodak Star 110 Camera
Kodak Cameo Motor 110 Camera
Kodak Advantix 4800ix Text Zoom Camera
Kodak Advantix 48700ix Text Zoom Camera
Kodak Advantix 1600 Auto Camera
Kodak Advantix 2100 Auto Camera
Kodak Advantix 2000 Auto Camera
Kodak Advantix 4100ix Zoom Camera
Kodak Advantix 3700ix Camera
Kodak Advantix 3600ix Camera
Kodak Advantix 3200AF Camera
Kodak Advantix 3100AF Camera
Kodak KC50 Camera
Kodak KC30 Camera
Kodak KD60/65 Camera
Kodak KB30 Camera
Kodak KB20 Camera
Kodak KB10 Camera
Kodak Star Focus Free Camera
Kodak Cameo Motor EX Camera
Kodak Advantix 5800MRX Zoom Camera
Folder 4. "Highlights in the History of Kodak Cameras"
Folder 5. "The Inside Story"
Folder 6. "The Manufacture of Kodaks"
Folder 7. "Story of the Kodak Camera"
Folder 8. "Story of Eastman Cameras"
Subseries 4. Film
Box 72: Camera and Film Products
Folder 9. Film, 6mm. 1935
Folder 10. Film, 35mm. 1950s
Folder 11. Film Codes
Folder 12. Film, Color Photography (1 of 3)
Box 73: Film
Folder 1. Film, Color Photography (2 of 3)
Folder 2. Film, Color Photography (3 of 3)
Folder 3. Disc Photography Press Packet, 1982 (1 of 3)
Folder 4. Disc Photography Press Packet, 1982 (2 of 3)
Folder 5. Disc Photography Press Packet, 1982 (3 of 3)
Folder 6. Film Formulas
Folder 7. History of Film (1 of 2)
Folder 8. History of Film (2 of 2)
Folder 9. Ektachrome
73a: Using Process E-6 on Ektachrome Film, 1981
Folder 1. Using Process E-6, manual, 1981 (1 of 3)
Folder 2. Using Process E-6, manual, 1981 (2 of 3)
Folder 3. Using Process E-6, manual, 1981 (3 of 3)
Box 74: Film
Folder 1. Film, Invention Reports, 1960s
Folder 2. Film, Kodachrome, 1930s (1 of 8)
Folder 3. Film, Kodachrome, 1930s (2 of 8)
Folder 4. Film, Kodachrome, 1930s (3 of 8)
Folder 5. Film, Kodachrome, 1930s (4 of 8)
Folder 6. Film, Kodachrome, 1930s (5 of 8)
Folder 7. Film, Kodachrome, 1930s (6 of 8)
Folder 8. Film, Kodachrome, 1930s (7 of 8)
Folder 9. Film, Kodachrome, 1930s (8 of 8)
Folder 10. Kodachrome, Press Releases
Box 75: Film
Folder 1. Publicity (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Publicity (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Film, Press Releases and Publicity (1 of 4)
Folder 4. Film, Press Releases and Publicity (2 of 4)
Folder 5. Film, Press Releases and Publicity (3 of 4)
Folder 6. Film, Press Releases and Publicity (4 of 4)
Folder 7. Film, Kodacolor (1 of 2)
Folder 8. Film, Kodacolor (2 of 2)
Folder 9. Film, Kodacolor for Color Negatives, 1941 (1 of 2)
Folder 10. Film, Kodacolor for Color Negatives, 1941 (2 of 2)
Subseries 5. Paper
Box 76: Film and Paper
Folder 1. Film, Publications and Promotions (1 of 6)
Folder 2. Film, Publications and Promotions (2 of 6)
Folder 3. Film, Publications and Promotions (3 of 6)
Folder 4. Film, Publications and Promotions (4 of 6)
Folder 5. Film, Publications and Promotions (5 of 6)
Folder 6. Film, Publications and Promotions (6 of 6)
Folder 7. Film, Catalogs
Folder 8. Color Photograph Recording Paper, Press Release,
Folder 9. Eastman Dry Plate Photographic Papers, 1884, 1892
Folder 10. Ektacolor, 1950s
Folder 11. Ferro-Prussiate Paper
Folder 12. Negative-Positive Printing
Folder 13. Chronology of Platinum Paper, 1900-1916
Folder 14. Chronology of all Printed Photographic Papers, 1973
Folder 15. Catalog, Professional Use Papers, 1941
Folder 16. Sensitized Paper
Folder 17. Envelope for Solis Paper, ca. 1900
Folder 18. Velox Manuals, Developing Out Papers, 1904, 1930s
Folder 19. "Leo Hendrik Baekeland and Photographic Printing Papers," by Kenneth Mees
Folder 20. "The Making of Photographic Paper" Article
Folder 21. Paper, General Catalogs
Subseries 6. Product Lists
Box 77: (A- Le)
Folder 1. "Airgraph" Service
Folder 2. Copiers (1 of 3)
Folder 3. Copiers (2 of 3)
Folder 4. Copiers (3 of 3)
Folder 5. Electronic Printer
Folder 6. Flash Photography
Folder 7. Holography, 1960s
Folder 8. Kodel Polyester Fiber, 1958 (1 of 3)
Folder 9. Kodel Polyester Fiber, 1958 (2 of 3)
Folder 10. Kodel Polyester Fiber, 1958 (3 of 3)
Folder 11. Lasers, Press Releases
Box 77a: Chemical Products
Folder 1. 910 Adhesives
Folder 2. Chemicals (1 of 3)
Folder 3. Chemicals (2 of 3)
Folder 4. Chemicals (3 of 3)
Folder 5. Color photography
This file contains "Modern Color Photography," accounts of a speech given by Dr. C.E. Kenneth Mees at the Photographic Society of America Convention in Rochester, New York. October, 1946.

Box 78: (Lu)
Folder 1. Lenses
Folder 2. Kodak Employees Watch John Glenn's Take Off
Folder 3. Photographs taken by or of Lunar Orbiter
Folder 4. Articles, Lunar Orbiter, 1960s (1 of 2)
Folder 5. Articles, Lunar Orbiter, 1960s (2 of 2)
Volume 15: Photographic Subsystem Reference Handbook for the Lunar Orbiter Program, prepare for the Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington by the Eastman Kodak Company Apparatus and Optical Division
Box 79: (Lu- Pi)
Folder 1. Correspondence, Lunar Orbiter
Folder 2. Press Releases, Lunar Orbiter, Mission I, 1960s (1 of 3)
Folder 3. Press Releases, Lunar Orbiter, Mission I, 1960s (2 of 3)
Folder 4. Press Releases, Lunar Orbiter, Mission I, 1960s (3 of 3)
Folder 5. Magnetic Tape (1 of 5)
Folder 6. Magnetic Tape (2 of 5)
Folder 7. Magnetic Tape (3 of 5)
Folder 8. Magnetic Tape (4 of 5)
Folder 9. Magnetic Tape (5 of 5)
Folder 10. Motion Picture
Folder 11. Plates
Box 80: (Pr- R)
Folder 1. Projection Printer No. 2
Folder 2. Projectors (1 of 5)
Folder 3. Projectors (2 of 5)
Folder 4. Projectors (3 of 5)
Folder 5. Projectors (4 of 5)
Folder 6. Projectors (5 of 5)
Folder 7. Radiography, articles, product information (1 of 3)
Folder 8. Radiography, articles, product information (2 of 3)
Folder 9. Radiography, articles, product information (2 of 3)
Folder 10. Radiographic Lenses
Folder 11. Radiography, Press releases (1 of 3)
Folder 12. Radiography, Press releases (2 of 3)
Folder 13. Radiography, Press releases (3 of 3)
Box 81: (Ro- V), Catalogs
Folder 1. Roll Coating
Folder 2. Sound Kodascopes, 1942
Folder 3. Video Systems, Catalogs
Folder 3a. Ektasound movie cameras and projectors
Folder 4. Vitamins
Folder 5. Product Catalogs, Advertisements (1 of 5)
Folder 6. Product Catalogs, Advertisements (2 of 5)
Folder 7. Product Catalogs, Advertisements (3 of 5)
Folder 8. Product Catalogs, Advertisements (4 of 5)
Folder 9. Product Catalogs, Advertisements (5 of 5)
Folder 10. Kodak Photographic Catalog, 1985
Folder 11. "More Than Photography... A Visit to the Eastman Kodak Company"
Subseries 7. Price Lists
Box 82: Price Lists
Folder 1. Professional films, plates, papers and chemicals, price lists, 1923- 1927
Folder 2. Professional films, plates, and papers, price lists, 1925
Folder 3. Professional films, plates, and papers, price lists, 1929
Folder 4. Professional films, plates, and papers price lists, 1931- 1934
Folder 5. X- ray photographic materials, price lists, 1926- 1945
Price List Volumes:
16. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1911
17. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1919
18. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1920
19. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1928
20. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1930
21. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1933(1 of 2)
22. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1933 (2 of 2)
23. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1936
24. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1936 (1 of 3)
25. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1936 (2 of 3)
26. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1936 (3 of 3)
27. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1937 (1 of 2)
28. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1937 (2 of 2)
29. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1938 (1 of 3)
30. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1938 (2 of 3)
31. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1938 (3 of 3)
32. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1939 (1 of 3)
33. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1939 (2 of 3)
34. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1936 (3 of 3)
35. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1936 (1 of 3)
36. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1940 (1 of 2)
37. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1940 (2 of 2)
38. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1941 (1 of 2)
39. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1941 (2 of 2)
40. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1942
41. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1943
42. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1947
43. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1949
44. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1950- 1951
45. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1952
46. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1953
47. Condensed Price List: Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y. 1954- 1955
48. Kodak Photographic Apparatus and Materials, Kodak Limited, 1937
49. Kodak Dealer Catalogue, Kodak Limited, 1938
50. Kodak Dealer Catalogue, Kodak Limited, 1955
51. Kodak Dealer Catalogue, Kodak Limited, 1956
52. Kodak Dealer Catalogue, Kodak Limited, 1958
Series 4. Paper Mills and Paper Support Divisions
Box 83: Management and Processes, 1929- 1987
Folder 1. Histories, 1932, 1946, 1976, 1978 (1 of 2)
Folder 1a. Histories, (2 of 2)
Folder 2. "History of Paper Mill," 1946, typescript
Folder 3. "History of Kodak Park Paper Mills"
Folder 4. Mission, 1975
Folder 5. Organization charts, ca. 1949- 1987 (1 of 2)
Folder 6. Organization charts, ca. 1949- 1987 (2 of 2)
Folder 7. Paper Support organizational chart, ca. 1976
Folder 8. Paper manufacturing organization: informational assignment, 1982
Folder 9. Manager, ca. 1942
Folder 10. John P. Helprey, paper manufacturing manager, 1959- 1970, photograph
Folder 11. Annual reports, 1971- 1981
Folder 12. Timeline
Folder 13. Paper Services (1 of 2)
Folder 14. Paper Services (1 of 2)
Folder 15. Photo paper formulas, Building 50, 1929
Folder 16. Formula book, Building 62, 1947
Folder 17. Introduction to paper making guide
Box 83a: Management and Training Programs, ca. 1960s- 1980s
Folder 1. Backtenders' training manual (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Backtenders' training manual (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Informational assignment program, background materials and charts (1 of 3)
Folder 4. Informational assignment program, background materials and charts (2 of 3)
Folder 5. Informational assignment program, background materials and charts (3 of 3)
Folder 6. Lecture I: Photographic Paper Base
Folder 7. Lee- Schoeller Mill at Pulaski, N.Y. report, April 13, 1965
Folder 8. Machine tenders' training manual (1 of 2)
Folder 9. Machine tenders' training manual (2 of 2)
Folder 10. "Paper," report (1 of 2)
Folder 11. "Paper," report (2 of 2)
Folder 12. Paper machine training guide
Box 83b: Reports and Articles, ca. 1960s- 1980s
Folder 1. "Pulp," report, ca. 1975 (1 of 2)
Folder 2. "Pulp," report, ca. 1975 (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Properties of electrical papers, reports
Folder 4. Summary comparison of raw stock, 1980
Folder 5. "Paper making, seen through a glass dimly," memorandum Joseph W. Mengel, 1977
Folder 6. "Paper prepared from partially acetylated cellulois fiber," W.H. Griggs, John W. Brooks
Folder 7. "Photo Paper Base Chemistry- One Man's Fantasy," W.H. Griggs, May 1983
Folder 8. Presentation delivered at 1978 Society of Photographic Scientists and Engineers
Folder 9. Appendix I. Pulp testing program for Brazilian mills using eucalyptus, 1980
Folder 10. "Refining a practical approach," report, 1977
Folder 11. "Resin coated photographic base manufacture," report, 1980
Folder 12. "The Unsung Hero: Photographic Paper Base," J. Littwitz, 1980
Folder 13. Use of fibers and chemicals booklet, W.H. Griggs, 1969
Folder 14. "We made a Billion," celebration, October 31, 1998
Folder 15. "Wet end sizing- an overview," report, W.H. Griggs, Barry W. Crouse, 1978
Folder 16. Trip report, Kodak Limited, 1977
Folder 17. Paper processing and products, articles
Folder 18. Eastman Negative Album
Flat File 1: Paper making processes, photographs
Box 84: Processes, ca. 1949- 1986
Folder 1. Product development and statistics, 1949- 1980 (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Product development and statistics, 1949- 1980 (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Roland paper mill, paper samples, 1957
Folder 4. Description of process, ca. 1962
Folder 5. Memorandums describing use and purpose of fibers and chemicals in photographic paper base, 1972
Folder 6. Notes on extrusion coating history
Folder 7. Coating procedure, 1976
Folder 8. Visit to France paper mill, report, 1975
Folder 9. Sources of pulp, map, 1976- 1977
Folder 10. Process diagram and notes, 1977
Folder 11. Informational overview, 1979
Folder 12. Ektacolor color paper demand analysis, 1987
Folder 13. Paper samples
Folder 14. Person testing process, photograph
Folder 15. Bartya coating, photograph and copies
Folder 16. Processing paper, photograph
Folder 17. Resin coating, photographs and process descriptions
Folder 18. Testing process, photographs
Folder 19. Wise Owl presentation for safety
Folder 20. Bill Griggs' slides from presentations (1 of 3)
Folder 21. Bill Griggs' slides from presentations (2 of 3)
Box 85: Equipment Photographs and Correspondence, ca. 1913, 1960s- 1980s
Folder 1. Bill Griggs' slides from presentations (3 of 3)
Folder 2. "Photo Paper Base Chemistry- One Man's Fantasy," W. H. Griggs, 1983
Folder 3. "The Beginners Guide to Papermaking," ca. 1970s
Folder 4. "A Glimpse at Paper Sensitizing B & W Product Heritage," 1986
Folder 5. Celebrating billions of square feet produced, 1978, photograph
Folder 6. "Regarding the Manufacture of Raw Stock Paper for Photographic Base," 1919
Folder 7. Equipment photographs and photostats (1 of 2)
Folder 8. Equipment photographs and photostats (2 of 2)
Folder 9. Specifications for first paper machine installed at Kodak Park, 1913
Folder 10. Mixing room, photographs and descriptions
Folder 11. Hot melt machine, Gordon Waasdorp, (left) 1945, photograph
Folder 12. Paper machine wet end, photograph
Folder 13. Resin coating machines, ca. 1960s (1 of 4)
Folder 14. Resin coating machines, ca. 1960s (2 of 4)
Folder 15. Resin coating machines, ca. 1960s (3 of 4)
Folder 16. Resin coating machines, ca. 1960s (4 of 4)
Folder 17. B- 310 sole plate removal, 1981, photographs
Folder 18. Conference notes, 1980
Folder 19. Copy of correspondence, 1914- 1980
Folder 20. Correspondence and memoranda, 1913- 1981 (1 of 3)
Box 86: Building photographs and department events, ca. 1930- 1984
Folder 1. Correspondence and memoranda, 1913- 1981 (2 of 3)
Folder 2. Correspondence and memoranda, 1913- 1981 (3 of 3)
Folder 3. Internal memo, J.E. Koller, 1984
Folder 4. Division buildings, photographs
Folder 5. Paper mill construction proposal, 1930
Folder 6. Aerial photograph
Folder 7. East mills, capacity study, 1984
Folder 8. Photographs of the party celebrating merger of Bartya and Paper Mills Division to form Paper Support Division, 1972
Folder 9. Photograph of safety trophy plaque, and 1985 dedication
Folder 10. Service bulletin, 1945- 1946
Folder 11. Paper mills related articles
Folder 12. ABC Club By-laws (Azo, Bromide, and Chemical)
Folder 13. Board of Directors visit to Building 350, 1985
Folder 14. Open house, 1968, 1999
Folder 15. Open house photographs
Folder 16. Open house ca. 1960, photographs (1 of 5)
Folder 17. Open house ca. 1960, photographs (2 of 5)
Folder 18. Open house ca. 1960, photographs (3 of 5)
Volume 53: Building construction photograph album
Volume 54: Building construction photograph album
Box 87: Department events, 1910- 1987
Folder 1. Open house ca. 1960, photographs (4 of 5)
Folder 2. Open house ca. 1960, photographs (5 of 5)
Folder 3. Department outings, ca. 1910- 1981, photographs
Folder 4. Department staff, 1940s- 1950, photographs
Folder 5. Bowling league trophy presentation, 1961
Folder 6. Department dinners, 1958- 1963, photographs
Folder 7. Department teams, 1950s, 1982, photographs
Folder 8. Retirement party, 1955, guest lists, photographs
Folder 9. 40th anniversary for Frank Weidman and Bill Reiss, 1974, photographs
Folder 10. G. Robb Ducat retirement, 1980, photographs
Folder 11. Wesley Bills' Retirement, 1976, photograph
Folder 12. G. Waasdorp, D. Beach retirement from B-28 reception, negatives
Folder 13. Gordon Waasdorp 40th anniversary photograph
Folder 14. 25th anniversary of Building 319, family open house, 1987, photographs
Folder 15. Al Bleier's 25th anniversary with Eastman Kodak Company, photographs
Folder 16. Photographs from Ralph Peters's retirement from Paper Mills
Folder 17. Retired employee contact information and photographs
Folder 18. Donald Kimble, photographs
Folder 19. Charles Stalker, photograph
Box 88: Retirement Party Photographs
Box 88a: Development and Start up Personnel of Building 319, Paper Mill Division, September 4, 1982, oversized, framed photograph
Series 5. Recordak
Box 89: Microfilm Readers
Folder 1. Microfilm readers (1 of 13)
Folder 2. Microfilm readers (2 of 13)
Folder 3. Microfilm readers (3 of 13)
Folder 4. Microfilm readers (4 of 13)
Folder 5. Microfilm readers (5 of 13)
Folder 6. Microfilm readers (6 of 13)
Folder 7. Microfilm readers (7 of 13)
Folder 8. Microfilm readers (8 of 13)
Folder 9. Microfilm readers (9 of 13)
Box 90: Microfilm Readers and Office Locations (A-L)
Folder 1. Microfilm readers (10 of 13)
Folder 2. Microfilm readers (11 of 13)
Folder 3. Microfilm readers (12 of 13)
Folder 4. Microfilm readers (13 of 13)
Folder 5. Atlanta
Folder 6. Boston
Folder 7. Charlotte
Folder 8. Chicago, Microfilm Information Center
Folder 9. Chicago, Office, Lab
Folder 10. Cincinnati
Folder 11. Cleveland
Folder 12. Detroit
Folder 13. Hawaii
Folder 14. Jacksonville
Folder 15. Los Angeles (1 of 2)
Folder 16. Los Angeles (2 of 2)
Box 91: Office Locations (M-Z) and Microfilm Applications
Folder 1. Milwaukee
Folder 2. Minneapolis
Folder 3. Philadelphia
Folder 4. Pittsburg
Folder 5. New Jersey
Folder 6. Montreal
Folder 7. Rochester
Folder 8. Seattle
Folder 9. Microfilm Demonstration Center, Washington, D.C.
Folder 10. Washington, D.C.
Folder 11. "Practical Applications of Microfilm in Information Retrieval Systems," seminar presentation
Folder 12. Applications of Recordak products, photographs, 1940s, 1950s (1 of 3)
Folder 13. Applications of Recordak products, photographs, 1940s, 1950s (2 of 3)
Folder 14. Applications of Recordak products, photographs, 1940s, 1950s (3 of 3)
Folder 15. First underground microfilm processing center, photographs and press releases
Folder 16. Wannamakers, photographs
Box 92: Microfilm Applications
Folder 1. Recordak security storage (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Recordak security storage (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Microfile
Folder 4. Photographs related to National Association of Manufacturer's Awards, 1968
Folder 5. Extafax
Folder 6. Geodetic control cards proposal, 1959
Folder 7. Recordak bid for microfilming Veteran's Administration materials, 1949
Folder 8. Veterans Administration Dividend Program
Folder 9. Photographs and descriptions of Kodak models (1 of 6)
Folder 10. Photographs and descriptions of Kodak models (2 of 6)
Folder 11. Photographs and descriptions of Kodak models (3 of 6)
Folder 12. Photographs and descriptions of Kodak models (4 of 6)
Folder 13. Photographs and descriptions of Kodak models (5 of 6)
Folder 14. Photographs and descriptions of Kodak models (6 of 6)
Box 93: Product Details
Folder 1. Recordak and Kodagraph products currently manufactured, 1961 (1 of 4)
Folder 2. Recordak and Kodagraph products currently manufactured, 1961 (2 of 4)
Folder 3. Recordak and Kodagraph products currently manufactured, 1961 (3 of 4)
Folder 4. Recordak and Kodagraph products currently manufactured, 1961 (4 of 4)
Folder 5. Recordak and Kodagraph products not currently manufactured, 1962 (1 of 4)
Folder 6. Recordak and Kodagraph products not currently manufactured, 1962 (2 of 4)
Folder 7. Recordak and Kodagraph products not currently manufactured, 1962 (3 of 4)
Folder 8. Recordak and Kodagraph products not currently manufactured, 1962 (4 of 4)
Folder 9. Service bulletins, 1945 (1 of 2)
Folder 10. Service bulletins, 1945 (2 of 2)
Folder 11. Recordak advertisements
Folder 12. Newspaper clippings
Folder 13. Press releases
Series 6. Divisions
Box 94: Apparatus and Optical Division
Folder 1. Apparatus and Optical Division (AOD) products delivered, 1961
Folder 2. (AOD) products delivered, 1963
Folder 3. (AOD) products delivered, 1964
Folder 4. (AOD) products delivered, 1965
Folder 5. (AOD) products delivered, 1966
Folder 6. Apparatus Division (AD) products delivered, 1967
Folder 7. (AD) products delivered, 1968
Folder 8. (AD) products delivered, 1969
Folder 9. (AD) products delivered, 1970
Folder 10. (AD) products delivered, 1970
Box 95: Apparatus Division
Folder 1. Apparatus Division (AD) products delivered, 1972
Folder 2. (AD) products delivered, 1973
Folder 3. (AD) products delivered, 1974
Folder 4. (AD) products delivered, 1975
Folder 5. (AD) products delivered, 1976
Folder 6. (AD) products delivered, 1977
Folder 7. (AD) products delivered, 1979
Folder 8. (AD) products delivered, 1980
Folder 9. (AD) products delivered, 1981
Folder 10. Apparatus Division articles and Public Relations materials
Box 96: (B- C)
Folder 1. Beta- Physics
Folder 2. Bio- products
Folder 3. Cafeteria operations
Folder 4. Camera Works (1 of 3)
Folder 5. Camera Works (2 of 3)
Folder 6. Camera Works (3 of 3)
Folder 7. Camera Works, Executive Meeting Minutes, 1911-1914
Folder 8. Camera Works, Executive Meeting Minutes, 1914-1918
Folder 9. Camera Works Employee Identity Card
Folder 10. Chemistry Division (1 of 4)
Folder 11. Chemistry Division (2 of 4)
Folder 12. Chemistry Division (3 of 4)
Folder 13. Chemistry Division (4 of 4)
Folder 14. Clinical Products
Folder 15. Color Departments
Box 96a: Distillation Products Industry
Folder 1. Distillation Products Industry (DPI) Correspondence, ca. 1948- 1965
Folder 2. DPI reports, January 1952
Folder 3. "Out of Emptiness" manuscript, John Serles, ca. 1940 (1 of 2)
Folder 4. "Out of Emptiness" manuscript, John Serles, ca. 1940 (2 of 2)
Folder 5. DPI-related articles and speeches (1 of 3)
Folder 6. DPI-related articles and speeches (2 of 3)
Folder 7. DPI-related articles and speeches (3 of 3)
Folder 8. DPI Building and staff, photographs
Volume 55: Camera Works, Eastman Kodak Co., prior to 1888
Volume 56: Camera Works, Eastman Kodak Co., Year 1896
Volume 57: Camera Works, Eastman Kodak Co., Year 1900
Volume 58: Camera Works, Eastman Kodak Co., Year 1905
Volume 59: Camera Works, Eastman Kodak Co., Year 1909
Volume 60: Camera Works, Eastman Kodak Co., Year 1912
Volume 61: Camera Works, Eastman Kodak Co., Year 1914
Volume 62: Camera Works, Eastman Kodak Co., Year 1917
Volume 63: Camera Works, Eastman Kodak Co., Year 1919
Box 97: (D - F)
Folder 1. Distribution
Folder 2. Eastman Gelatine Corporation
Folder 3. Engineering, Construction and Maintenance
Folder 4. Film Development (1 of 2)
Folder 5. Film Development (2 of 2)
Folder 6. Film Division
Folder 7. History of Kodak Park Fire Department
Folder 8. Fire Department, ca. 1931
Folder 9. Correspondence related to Kodak Park fire, 1951
Folder 10. Kodak Park Fire, 1951, Photographs (1 of 3)
Folder 11. Kodak Park Fire, 1951, Photographs (2 of 3)
Folder 12.Kodak Park Fire, 1951, Photographs (3 of 3)
Box 97a: Film Emulsion Coating Division
Folder 1. Film Emulsion Coating Division Histories, ca. 1968 (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Film Emulsion Coating Division Histories, ca. 1968(2 of 2)
Folder 3. Film Emulsion Coating Division Histories, ca. 1968 (3 of 2)
Box 98: (F- H)
Folder 1. Newspaper Clippings about Kodak Park Fire, 1951
Folder 2. Harrow Research Division
Folder 3. Hawk Eye Works (1 of 3)
Folder 4. Hawk Eye Works (2 of 3)
Folder 5. Hawk Eye Works (3 of 3)
Folder 6. Hawk Eye, Floor Space (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Hawk Eye, Floor Space (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Products and Equipment from Department 286, Hawk Eye Works (1 of 2)
Folder 9. Products and Equipment from Department 286, Hawk Eye Works (2 of 2)
Folder 10. Health and Environment Labs, 1936-1996 (1 of 2)
Folder 11. Health and Environment Labs, 1936-1996 (2of 2)
Box 99: (K- R)
Folder 1. Industrial Laboratory
Folder 2. Industrial Relations
Folder 3. Kodak Chemicals
Folder 4. Market Research
Folder 4a. Management Systems Development Division
Folder 5. Manufacturing Technology
Folder 6. Organizational chart across divisions, 1965
Folder 7. Articles, Kodak Park and Research Labs
Folder 8. Pharmaceuticals Division
Folder 9. Photographic Technology
Folder 10. Physics, photographs
Folder 11. Power Division
Folder 12. Purchasing
Folder 13. Quality Control
Folder Scope and content: Correspondence includes status reports
Folder 15. Data, Research Labs
Folder 16. Development of Research Labs
Folder 17. Organizational charts, Research Labs
Folder 18. Photographs, Research Labs
Folder 19. Press releases, Research Labs
Box 100: Histories of the Kodak Research Labs and Products
Folder 1. Acknowledgement and Introduction sections in, Journey: 75 Years of Kodak Research, manuscript draft, ca. 1989
Folder 2. Part One: The Mees Era in, Journey: 75 Years of Kodak Research, manuscript draft, ca. 1989
Folder 3. Part Two: The Reign of Color Photography, in Journey: 75 Years of Kodak Research, manuscript draft, ca. 1989
Folder 4. Part Three: Diversified Technologies in, Journey: 75 Years of Kodak Research, manuscript draft, ca. 1989
Folder 5. Part Four: The Challenge of Diversification in, Journey: 75 Years of Kodak Research, manuscript draft, ca. 1989
Folder 6. Basic Research at Kodak in, Journey: 75 Years of Kodak Research, manuscript draft, ca. 1989
Folder 7. Conclusion: "Back to the Future" and Afterward in, Journey: 75 Years of Kodak Research, manuscript draft, ca. 1989
Folder 8. History of the Kodak Research Laboratories and Contributions of Kodak Scientists to the Photographic Process, 1912 -1940, by T.H James "The Beginnings"
Folder 8a. History of the Kodak Research Laboratories and Contributions of Kodak Scientists to the Photographic Process, 1912 - 1940, by T. H. James, "The War Years"
Folder 9. "History and Contribution," by T. H. James, Two Decades of Major Accomplishments, Part I
Folder 10. "History and Contribution," by T. H. James, Two Decades of Major Accomplishments, Part II
Folder 11. "History and Contributions," by T. H. James, Two Decades of Major Accomplishments, Part III
Folder 12. "Amateur Cinematography, Black-and-White," by T. H. James
Folder 13. "Color Photography: 1920 - 1940," by T. H. James, draft and revised manuscript
Folder 14. "Contributions to Graphic Arts," by T. H. James, draft and revised manuscript
Box 101: Histories of the Kodak Research Labs and Products
Folder 1. "Contributions of the Research Laboratories to Sensitometry and Tone Reproduction, 1920 - 1940", by T. H. James
Folder 2. "Contributions to the Theory and Chemistry of Development and After-Processing", T. H. James
Folder 3. "Photographic Materials for Scientific Use", T. H. James
Folder 4. "Professional Motion Pictures"
Folder 5. "Sensitizing Dyes and Spectral Sensitization", by T. H. James, draft and revised manuscript
Folder 6. "Work in the Laboratories on Latent Image Formation and Latent Image Effects: 1920 - 1940", T. H. James
Folder 7, "Work in the Research Laboratories on Photographic Sensitivity: 1920 - 1940", T. H. James
Folder 8. "X-Ray Research, 1920 - 1940", T. H. James, draft and revised manuscript
Folder 9. "Some Latent Image Effects", T. H. James, photocopy
Folder 10. "Graininess, Granularity, and Adjacency Effects, 1920-1940", T. H. James, photocopy
Folder 11. "Diversity of Research in a Large Corporation", W. T. Hanson Jr.
Folder 12. Materials related to the history of technical writing at Kodak Research Labs (1 of 2)
Folder 13. Materials related to the history of technical writing at Kodak Research Labs (2 of 2)
Folder 14. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, Ralph Evans, photographs
Folder 15. "History of Chemistry in Kodak", Roger Loveland, manuscript (1 of 3)
Folder 16. "History of Chemistry in Kodak", Roger Loveland, manuscript (2 of 3)
Folder 17."History of Chemistry in Kodak", Roger Loveland, manuscript (3 of 3)
Volume 64: Listing of Areas of Potential Research, ca. 1974
Box 102: World's Fair, 1851-1970
Folder 1. Exhibitions, 1851-1970
'No title' accounts of Kodak's exhibitions history
'No title' chronology of Kodak's awards (1885-1915) in various worlds' exhibitions
World's exhibitions information, 1851-1940, undated
Brief chronology of Kodak's exhibitions
"History of Kodak Park Year 1892" accounts of Kodak's history
"Freedomland opens June 19th - Kodak to exhibit"
Press opinion: "Exhibition of Kodak pictures and appliances at the new gallery, Regent Street, London, W." 1897
Catalogue: "Eastman Photographic Exhibition" 1898
"Advertising 1904-1905, Kodak traveling show 1904-1905." 1905
Catalogue of the Kodak Exhibition, Rochester Herald. 1906
"The Kodak Exhibitions." Eastman Kodak Company, Trade Circular. October 1905
"Kodak Exhibitions" Eastman Kodak Company, Trade Circular. November 1905 (2 copies).
"The exhibition and our advertising" Eastman Kodak Company, Trade Circular. March 1906
"Studio Light" Artura Bulletin. An account of Kodak's advertising history. December, 1910
"Our exhibit at the exposition" Kodak Magazine. October 1923
"Prize Winning Sales Talks" Kodak Salesman. July, 1932
Press Release: "no title" accounts of publication about accepted entities to World's Fair. May 27, 1933
"Comments on Photo-Murals" Franklin Ellis. June, 1933
"History of International Exhibition Committees" 1947
"James H. Haste, Manager Kodak Park Works 1906-1929" G.E. Matthews, Research Laboratories. May 27, 1958
Letter: Dr. Louis Walton Sipley to Dr. A.K. Chapman. September 18, 1964
"Golden Picture Pavilion for Expo 70" International Kodakery. May, 1969
Press Release: "Kodak plans unique music for golden picture pavilion at expo 70." January 16, 1970
"A day at expo '70" Training department special presentation. September, 1970
Letter: Darlene J. Aiken to Professor Donald Pasquella. March 27, 1979
Exhibition references (copies) August, 1995.
Folder 2. New York World's Fair, 1964 (1 of 2)
Publication: "Kodak at the New York World's fair
Notes giving Kodak permission to use scene stills in exhibition
"Just a few of the highlights you will see at EK pavilion during visit to World's fair" Kodakery. 1964
Photograph of World's fair staff. 1964
"He looks to future of fair" Kodakery. January 2, 1964
"EK World's fair staff named" Kodakery. January 23, 1964
"Prince of Pantomime Prepares to Clown Around at Fair" Kodakery. February 13, 1964
Folder Scope and contents: This folder contains correspondence exchanged between Kodak, or other film companies and actors and actresses seeking permission to use photographs of them in the exhibition.
Daliah Lavi to Eastman Kodak, undated, requesting permission to use scene from Lord Jim
Burt Lancaster to Eastman Kodak, February 15, 1965, requesting permission to use color transparencies
Letters, March 3, 1964:
Ray Bolger
Bert Lahr
Mr. Spencer Tracy
Gloria Swanson
Richard Arlen
Clara Bow
Vilma Banky
Mary Pickford
Fred Astaire
Ginger Rogers
William Powell
Freddie Bartholomew
Hedy Lamarr
Ingrid Bergman
Charles Boyer
Henry Fonda
Bette Davis
Sam Jaffee
Jack Haley
Harold Lloyd
Billie Burke
Glenn Ford
Bob Hope
Claude Rains
Ingrid Bergman
Paul Henreid
Frederic March
Ray Bolger
Myrna Loy
Betty Grable
Lauren Bacall
Rita Hayworth
Dorothy Lamour
Joan Crawford
Letters March 4, 1964:
Bing Crosby
Greta Garbo
Robert Taylor
L.V. Burrows, March 12, 1964
Letters March 18, 1964:
Larry Mathews
Edd Byrnes
Harry Landers
Vince Edwards
Roger Smith
Dick Van Dyke
Mary Tyler Moore
Letters March 23, 1964:
Colleen Moore
Jeanette MacDonald
Maurice Chevalier
Lillian Gish
Ozzie Nelson to Eastman Kodak, March 24, 1964
Max Bercutt, Warner Bros. to L.B. Burrows, March 30, 1964
Letters March 31, 1964:
Robert Stack
Fritz Weaver
Joe Maross
Jim Mahoney to L.V. Burrows, April 1, 1964
Letters sent to:
Judy Garland, April 3, 1964
Robert Precht, April 6, 1964
Robert Precht, April 6, 1964
Ed Sullivan, April 6, 1964
Buster Keaton, April 7, 1964
John Lollos, National Broadcasting Company to J.G. Stott, April 19, 1964
J.G. Stott to Vivian Vance and Lucille Ball, June 16, 1964
Al Simon, Filmways to John Stott, September 9, 1964
Leo Wilder, Warner Bros. to J.G. Stott, April 5, 1965
Norman Kaplan, Metro-Goldwin-Mayer Inc. to J.G. Stott, April 19, 1965
Jerome K. Andersen, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation to John Stott, April 29, 1965
Folder 4. Materials documenting Kodak's involvement in world fairs
Photography showed in exhibition.
"World Fairs in Which Kodak has Participated" chronological history of Kodak in World's Fairs.
"From the Eastman Kodak Company Archives" accounts of Kodak's history presented at exhibitions.
"Kodak's going to world fair" Kodakery. 1958.
"17,000 go around the world with Kodak's traveling show" Kodakery. May 12, 1960.
"World's fair in which Kodak has participated" chronology of Kodak's presence in world's fairs. February 13, 1963.
Information Materials Press, John Lowthian. June 29, 1965.
Folder 5. New York's World Fair, 1939
Photography of Forest Hills housing development billboard.
Forest Hills map.
Forest Hills promotional pamphlet.
World's fair information, 1939.
Press Release: "Eastman Kodak Exhibit at New York World's Fair Symbolic of Photography's Growth in Past Century" February 27, 1939.
"Kodak in the World of Tomorrow" Kodak. March, 1939.
"Harold P. Dygert dies at 100." Suzanne DisPasquale. August 24, 1989.
Folder 6. Materials related to La Pieta recording at New York World's Fair, 1964
La Pieta de Michel-Angelo va etre embarqée pour l'Amerique.
Pieta was X-rayed in Rome by Kodak Physicist.
"Pieta found able for trip to U.S."
"No title" accounts of history of X-ray and gamma ray project to "La Pieta" n.d.
Safety statement from Eastman Kodak Company. N.d.
"Protection" accounts of notes related to "La Pieta" project.
Letter: G.R. Struck to Edward M. Kinney. February 19, 1964.
Letter: Edward M. Kinney to G.
Letter: Eastman Kodak Company to G.R. Struck. February 12, 1964.
Letter: Manuel O. Zariquiey, M.D. to O. Andolcetti. February 17, 1964.
R. Struck. February 24, 1964.
Letter: Kodak S.P.A. Milano to M.O. Zariquiey. February 27, 1964.
Letter: G.R. Struck to Edward M. Kinney. March 2, 1964.
Letter: Edward M. Kinney to G.R. Struck. March 3, 1964.
Letter: Manuel O. Zariquiey to L. Giorgi. March 4, 1964. Copy of "La Pieta" attached.
Letter: G.R. Struck to Edward M. Kinney. March 5, 1964.
Telegram: From Manuel O. Zariquiey to Kodak Milano. March 5, 1964.
Letter: G.R. Struck to Edward M. Kinney. March 9, 1964.
Memo, accounts of information about project's progress. G.R.Struck. March 9, 1964.
Memorandum. March 10, 1964.
Telegram: M.O. Zariquiey to Kodak Milano. March 10, 1964.
Letter: G.R. Struck to Edward M. Kinney. March 11, 1964.
Letter: G.R. Struck to Edward M. Kinney. March 12, 1964.
Letter: G.R. Struck to George Corney. March 13, 1964.
Letter: G.R. Struck to George Corney. March 19, 1964.
Letter: George Corney to George Struck. March 24, 1964.
Letter: George Corney to George Struck. March 24, 1964.
Letter: George Corney to George Struck. March 26, 1964.
"Per il transport della "Pietá" minuziose precauzioni" Il Quotidiano. March 27, 1964.
Telegram: G. Corney to G.R. Struck. March 27, 1964.
"Superata ogni divergenza sul transport della "Pieta"' March 27, 1964.
"Definitivo: l'opera di Michelangelo va a New York, Da lunedi s'imballa la 'Pieta'" l'Unitá. March 27, 1964.
"Radiografie alla Pietá di Michelangelo prima del suo viaggio per gli Stati Uniti" Il Tempo. March 27, 1964
Translation of Italian Article: "A radiographic inspection for Michelangelo's 'Pieta'." Il Tempo. March 27, 1964.
Letter: G.M.C. to George Struck. March 28, 1964.
Letter: George Corney to George Struck. March 28, 1964.
Telegram: G. Corney to George Struck. March 30, 1964.
Telegram: G. Corney to George Struck. March 30, 1964.
Translation, no title. V.P. Ejovic. April 2, 1964.
Memorandum: G.M.C. to George Struck. April 8, 1964.
"'Pieta' on last leg to fair" Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. April 14, 1964.
Telegraph: Edward M. Kinney to George M. Corney. April 16, 1964.
Letter: Secretary to Mr. Struck to Walter G. Perry, Jr. April 22, 1964.
Letter: Archbishop of New York to George Struck. April 22, 1964.
Press Release: "Radiographic record of Michelangelo's Pieta produced by team of Eastman Kodak Scientists." April 23, 1964.
"Kodak X-ray experts examined la Pieta before priceless statue started journey to fair" Kodakery, April 23, 1964.
"X-rays show repairs to broken Pieta" Catholic Courier Journal. April 23, 1964.
"Pieta X-rayed by Kodak aide" Times. April 23, 1964.
"How the Vatican pinned up Pieta" Heralnd Tribune. April 24, 1964.
Letter: G.R. Struck to James W. Mellors. April 27, 1964.
Letter: Walter G. Perry Jr. to George Struck. April 27, 1964.
Letter: G.R. Struck to Albert R. Lee and Co., Inc. May 5, 1964.
Letter: James W. Mellors to George Stuck. May 7, 1964.
Memo: G. Corney to George Struck, with enclosed ads. July 15, 1964.
Letter: Edward M. Kinney to T.M. Finnegan. March 24, 1965.
Folder 7. Life, Racket, Harper's Magazine Advertiser, The Illustrated American, The Cosmopolitan, The Youth's Companion, 1889-1896
Items in folders 7-10 are clippings from various publications that mention Kodak.

Folder 8. Recreation, Outing, The Farm Journal, Ladies Home Journal, Country Life in America, Collier's Weekly, Scientific American
Folder 9. The American Magazine, The Cosmopolitan, 1913, 1917, National Geographic, 1925-1926, 1929-1930, 1932
Folder 10. American Cinematog, 1942, undated advertisements
Box 103: Merger with Sterling Drug Inc. Graphic Arts Division, 1938-1961
Items in folder 1-14 are clippings from various publications that mention Kodak.

Folder 1. Ad-Forum, AD Day/USA Weekly, Advertising Age, Advanced Battery
Folder 2. American Druggist, American Metal Market, Arts & Activities
Folder 3. Atlantic Business Chronicle, Audio Visual, Back Stage, Broadcasting Weekly, Business Week, Canadian Photography
Folder 4. Capper's Weekly, Catalog Showroom Merchandiser, Chain Merchandiser, Chain Store Age, Chemical Week
Folder 5. Colorado/Business, Consumers Digest, Country, C U Digest, Crain's Chicago, Creative: the magazine of promotion and marketing
Folder 6. Daily Variety, Darkroom Photography, Discount Store News, D.M. News, Drug Merchandising, Financial Post, Focus, Functional Photography
Folder 7. Gentlemen's Quarterly, Good Housekeeping, Industrial Research Development, Industrial Week, The Market Chronicle Weekly
Folder 8. Marketing Executives Digest, Marketing Ideas, Marketing & Media, Marketing News, Marketing Weekly
Folder 9. Mecanica Popular, Modern Photography, Moody's Industrial News Reports, Newsline News Photographer, Newsweek, Non-Foods Merchandising Monthly
Folder 10. Outlook Petersen's Photographic Magazine, Photographic Processing, Photographic Trade News, PTN Photo Industry Newsletter
Folder 11. Photo Lab Management, Photo Lab, Photo Marketing, Photomethods, Photo Weekly, Photonics Spectra, Popular Mechanics, Popular Photography
Folder 12. Popular Science, Premium/Incentive Business Monthly, Print Equip News, Production Engineering PSA Journal, Sales & Marketing Management
Folder 13. Silver Institute Letter, SLR Camera (London), Southern Supermarket, Standard & Poor's Corporation Records, Studio Photography, Sunset Retailing, Supermarket News, Supermarket News Weekly
Folder 14. Television Digest, Time, U.S. Air, US News & World Report, Value Line, Video Business Monthly
Folder 15. Copies of news clippings related to merger with Sterling Drug Inc.
Folder 16. An address to financial analysts, February 25, 1988
Folder 17. Press releases from Kodak and Sterling Drug Inc. 1988
Folder 18. Graphic Arts Division
Folder 19. Prototype of color scanner, photocopies
Folder 20. Graphic Arts Department products, 1938, 1961
Folder 21. Kodak photo resist product and promotional materials
Box 104: Advertisements, 1910-1978
Folder 1. Photographs of advertisements, 1950s
Folder 2. Copies of articles in The Kodak Magazine, 1925, 1926, 1930, related to Henry W. Beck Advertising Department
Folder 3. Reproduced advertisements, 1910-1978
Folder 4. Copies of United States patents
Folder 5. Roller Transport design and use, 1943-1954
Folder 6. Patent and design for Harold D. Russell and John Crabtree processing apparatus, 1943
Folder 7. Patent and article related to Richard Maurer's prescreened photographic film, 1951
Folder 8. Design for John Yule's photographic light-sensitive material for making half-tones, 1952
Folder 9. Graphic Arts Sales of products, 1930-1935, 1954-1955
Folder 10. Photographs of staff working in the Graphic Arts Division, 1930s-1950s
Coating photoengraving plate on a whirler in the Graphic Arts Department of Kodak Research Laboratories, 1953, press operator is Don Ray
4 unit 35mm processor built by Camera Works
for use in combination with the Dental Film Shucker built by H. F. Sherwood of Research Laboratories in 1950
View of Kodak Research Laboratories Graphic Arts press room, 1953
Dr. Henry Staehle's early model of Adapted Kodaslide 35mm projector for cardboard transparency mount and device for stacking and projecting mounts, 1938
Richard Maurer and Donald Howe working in Graphic Arts Division on contact screen problem, 1952
Dr. Henry Staehle working in Graphic Arts laboratory in late 1940s
John Yule working on Kodalith Project in Graphic Arts Department in Research Laboratories in early 1950s
Folder 11. Papers document Kodak contributions to the Graphic Arts industry
Folder 12. Press releases from Graphic Arts Division, 1959, 1997
Folder 13. Sales and price lists for Graphic Arts products, ca. 1937-1938
Folder 14. Correspondence and notes from Graphic Arts Division, 1915, 1961, 1966
Folder 15. Descriptions and photographs of products created by Graphic Arts Division
Box 105: Aerial and Space Photography, 1954-1971
Folder 1. Patent design plans for Harold D. Russell's film processing machine, 1962 and roller transfer processing mechanism, 1966
Folder 2. Patent design plans for Alexander Murray's photographic half tone screen material and process, 1937 and photographic stencil material, 1940
Folder 3. Patent design plans for John Yule's photographic light-sensitive material for making half-tones, 1954 and photographic processes using prescreened material, 1955
Folder 4. Patent design plans for Henry Staehle's transparency mount, 1939
Folder 5. Articles and advertisements for Graphic Arts Division products
Folder 6. Apprenticeship program, 1950s-1970s
Folder 7. Recognition from American Institute of Management, 1950-1954
Folder 8. Awards given to Kodak, 1954-1962
Folder 9. Press releases, aerial and space photography, 1960-1971
Set of aerial photography, August, 1963
"A review of aerial photography today" 1968
"Aerial Exposure Computer Available from Kodak" 1960
"Infrared star Atlas for space navigation developed by Kodak" 1961
"New, Thin-Base Kodak Film used in Pilot-Observer Vamera on U.S. Manned Orbital Shot" 1962
"Eastman Kodak supplies photographic subsystem for NASA's lunar orbiter" 1966
"Lunar orbiter 3 to begin taking pictures of the moon tomorrow." February 14, 1967
"The Kodak photography in space exhibition" February 3, 1967
"Kodak photography in space exhibition: the lunar orbiter photo system", undated
"Kodak Movies Guide Simulated Apollo Moon Landing" ca. 1969
"During Visit to Moon, Astronauts Expect to Take Close-Up Photos of Lunar Soil" ca. 1969
"Kodak role in space photography blazes trail for Apollo moon landing" ca. 1969
"Kodak colorama shows America's first steps on moon" 1969
"Eastman Kodak Company receives moon film from NASA" July 30, 1970
"Apollo 15 Most ambitious photography yet in space over two miles of Kodak film to be used", July 1971
"Why a Film System Instead of TV?" undated
"Lunar Photography - Close Up" undated
"Lunar Photography - Close Up"
Folder 10. Correspondence related to aerial and space photography, 1966, 1968
Folder 11. Articles and clippings related to aerial and space photography, 1956-1967
"Photography has big role at Canaveral" Kodakery. February 1, 1962
"Kodak Camera, Films to ride Apollo 11 to moon." 1969
"Kodak Pre-Invented Moon Camera" Rochester Times-Union. February 3, 1967
"Recording galactic explosions" Glenn E. Matthews. May 3, 1967
"Lunar orbiter photographs earth and moon" 1966 "On board Apollo 7" 1966
"Kodak films used for moon photos" Kodak Highlights. August, 1966
"Photography Vital in Moon Shot" Kodakery. January 11, 1962
"Museum's huge space lab carries microfilmed library" Kodakery. January 11, 1962
"EK set for fast service on orbit film" Kodakery. February 8, 1962
"Aerial cameras traced Cuban missile build-up" New York Times. October 24, 1962
"Air surveys- Manhattan to the Mig." Herald Tribune. July 21, 1963
"Space Cameras on Peace Patrol" Robert S. Strother. January, 1962
"Tiny EK director in GRS device Helps Prevent Train Wrecks" Kodakery. August 3, 1961
"Photography Extends Space Frontier" 1960
"Expert envisions US space camera", undated
"Air shots sport food, water sources for multiplying millions", undated
"Bird's Eye View", October 1956
Folder 12. "Astrophotography with your camera" customer service pamphlet
Folder 13. Photographs of first aerial night photography, November 24, 1925, Rochester, New York
Folder 14. Talks and papers given related to aerial and space photography, ca. 1954-1958
"Research and Development on Aerial Photography in the Kodak Research Laboratories" January 14, 1959
"Space Photography" William F. Swann. December 11, 1958
"Aerial Photographic Reconnaissance Techniques to Extend the Photographic Day" October, 1958
"Colonel George Goddard, United States Air Force," Speech given at Opening of George Eastman House, November 9, 1949
Reprint of C. E. Kenneth Mees's 1954 report, "Recent Progress in Astronomical Photography"
"Photographica subsystems", undated
Box 106: Applied Use of Photography in Sciences and Fine Arts, 1948-1984
Folder 1. Essays related to Industrial Photography
"Photography" account of the history of photography. N.d.
Biographies of Roger Fenton, Mathew B. Brady. N.d.
"Photography in 1860" account of the history of photography
"Automatic age in photography" account of the history of photography
"100 years of industrial photography" account of the history of photography
"Industrial Photography Serves in Chemical Manufacture" Richard C. Kinstler. July, 1952
Folder 2. Chronologies of important dates in the history of photography
Folder Scope and contents: Selected items include:
Set of photographs. N.d.
"Revolution in three-dimensional printing"
Negatives
"Outstanding EK report wrapped in sparkling 3-D cover" Kodakery. April 2, 1970
Letter from Visual Photographics, Inc. March 16, 1973
"Georgian to produce 3-Dimensional camera" 1978
Handwritten letter, June 2, 1978
Folder 4. Amateur use statistics
Folder 5. Articles, press releases and correspondence related to the use of photography in science of photography (1 of 2)
"Photography: the eye of industry"
"Chemistry in industry" H. E. Howe
"Silver Halides"
"Scientific photography"
"Science of the year 1886-1887 (2copies) 1888.
"The Perchrome plate by Perutz and its use in three color printing" Dr. A. Miethe. 1901
"Handbook of photography-photographic materials" K. Henney and B. Dudley. 1939
"Handbook of photography-photographic materials" K. Henney and B. Dudley. 1939
"The photographic journal" C.E. Kenneth Mees. 1939
The history of photography. 1942
"Kodak and Industrial Photography" April 14, 1947
"Report on plates for nuclear physics" 1947
"Doctor of the Darkroom" Saturday Evening Post. 1947
"Photography in the service of mankind" Glenn E. Matthews. 1952
Bibliography on high speed photography, 1960.
Press release: "New film describes latest developments in chemical milling with photo resists" 1962
Press release: New color photorecording paper simplifies data interpretation, October 13, 1962
Press release: Kodak enters field of laser technology with rare-element, neodymium glass rods, October 1962
Press release: Eastman Kodak Company markets rare-elements glass laser rods, October 1962
Folder 6. Articles, press releases and correspondence related to the use of photography in science (2 of 2)
Kodak contribution to aerial photography
Report: "Kodak Aerial Photography" W.J. Cullen
"What is functional photography?" W.J. Cullen
"Electron Micrography" W.J. Cullen
"Instrument Recording" W.J. Cullen
"Photoelastic stress analysis" W.J. Cullen
"Spectroscopy" W.J. Cullen
"X-ray diffraction" W. J. Cullen
"Recent progress in astronomical photography"
"Research and development on aerial photography in the Kodak research laboratories" October, 1958
"New photographic system improves Nassau County Police Department identification system 100%", 1962
Press release: "New color photo techniques reveal altered documents Kodak expert tells" 1959
"Ultrahigh-speed photography" 1964
Press release: Rochester photo-scientists to hear report on latest salellite and meteor photograph, March 8, 1959
Photocopy of letter from George Ellery Hale to George Eastman, July 23, 1928
Photocopy of letter from George Ellery Hale to George Eastman, August 6, 1928
"Sensitized balloons detect stomach cancer", May 9, 1960
Transcript of National Education Television presents Science Reporter: "Underwater Photography"
Photocopy of Machine and Tool blue book, "Photography as a working tool", August 1958
"Photography of television images"
"Bubble Chamber"
"General comments on the future of photographic instrumentation", 1963
Newspaper clippings, ca. 1930
Folder 7. Photography and the Fine Arts
Report: "Photography's role in the culture of America" Editorial Service Bureau, Kodak
"The policies and program of photography in the fine arts" Ivan Dmitri
"Photography in the fine arts, exhibit IV" Metropolitan Museum of Art
"A report on photography in the fine arts, PFA"
Press release: "Photography in the fine arts announces plans for fifth exhibition of creative photography"
"Photography in the fine arts, Museum Director's selection for the 1965 New York World's Fair Exhibition" PFA
"The crazy mixed-up PFA" Nina Howell Starr
"Understanding photography as art" Association of College Unions - International. 1969
Awards presented to Kodak, 1948-1954
Folder 8. Awards presented to Kodak, 1948-1954
Folder 9. George Fisher's Changing Image" Industry Week, February 1994
Box 107: Pantopaque Medical Dye, 1939-1953
General note: Pantopaque was a dye used during the mid-to-late twentieth century and would be injected into the spinal membrane of patients. The sole active ingredient in the dye was iophendylate.
Folder 1. Correspondence and chronology of contracts and patents, 1936-1937
Folder 2. Correspondence, 1940
Folder 3. Correspondence, 1941-1942
This folder also contains an Agreement signed by the, University of Rochester and City of Rochester, 1942, as well as an Incorporation Agreement, 1942

Folder 4. Correspondence, 1943
Folder 5. Correspondence, 1944
Letters from William H. Strain, University of Rochester, to various entities. January 6, 1944
Letter to William H. Strain, University of Rochester, in response of prior letters. January 17, 1944
Letters from William H. Strain, University of Rochester, to various entities. January 17, 1944
Assignment, 1944
Internal Correspondence, from William H. Strain, University of Rochester to Allan Kappelman. March 12, 1944
Letter from William H. Strain, University of Rochester, to Allan Kappelman. March 29, 1944
Letter from Allan E. Kappelman to Edward S. Farrow. April 6, 1944
Letter from Allan E. Kappelman William Strain. April 6, 1944
Folder 6. Correspondence and documents related to University of Rochester agreement, 1945-1946
Minutes of the trustees of the University of Rochester, February 3, 1945
Set of letters. Various dates, 194.
Provision and memorandum about new drug prescriptions and Radiopaque research. August 9, 194.
Set of letters. Various dates, 1945
Memorandum of Conference. September 26, 1945
Cancellation of agreement. September 27, 1945
Set of letters. Various dates, 1945
Folder 7. Correspondence, 1947-1953
This folder also contains "Copies of Assignment" documents signed by Russell Schwartz and Arthur Heath, 1950; Internal correspondence, from George Ramsey. January 19, 1951; "Statement of Allan E. Kappelman, regarding Pantopaque," September 20, 1951; and Letter to Mr. William H. Morris from Alan Valentine, former President of the University of Rochester. October 1, 1953

Folder 8. 3-dimensional photography (1 of 2)
Set of 3-dimensional photographs
Press Release: "Look comes out with first, mass produced, 3-D printing"
"Revolution in Three Dimensional Printing" Marvin C. Whatmore
"Xograph 3D Printing"
Copy of Look magazine, February 25, 1964
Copy of Look magazine, April 7, 1964
Folder 9. 3-dimensional photography (1 of 2)
Memorandum: "The Eastman 3-D proves and Its Development" March 17, 1964
Legal Documentation. August, 1964
Eastman Kodak, Annual Report 1965
Legal Documentation. 1968
Letter, 1980
Box 108: Professional photography, 1920-1997
Folder 1. Professional photography: statistics, press releases and articles
Folder 2. Press releases and copies of Kodakery articles related to personnel changes and restructuring, 1968-1997
Folder Scope and contents: This folder contains press releases, product patents and reports of use.
Folder 4. Chronology of How to Make Good Pictures resource September 1974
Folder 5. Report of the Committee studying Kodak's Marketing and Distribution structure, November 1964, Thomas McGrath, Kenneth Stuart, Fred Welsh
Folder 6. Motion Pictures and Audio Visual Markets Division
Folder 7. Digital and Applied Imaging department, 1997
Folder 8. New products introduced, 1977-1979
Folder 9. Eastman School of Professional Photography, 1920-1925
Folder 10. Microimaging
Folder 11. Recordak
Box 109: Publicity Packets for New Products, 1980s
Folder 1. "Special Clipbook: Journey into Imagination Publicity Results," 1982-1983
This packet contains copies press clippings, which document the publicity related to a Kodak exhibition at Epcot Center in Disney World.

Folder 2. "The first 30 days of disc publicity," 1982
This packet contains copies press clippings, which document the publicity related to the release of Kodak's disc photography.

Folder 3. "The second wave of disc publicity," 1982
Folder 4. "Kodak and Eastman Video Publicity," 1984 (1 of 2)
This packet contains photocopies of articles accounts of full report organized by geography and events documenting the publicity rof Eastman Kodak Video

Folder 5. "Kodak and Eastman Video Publicity," 1984 (2 of 2)
Folder 6. "Extaflex Printmaker Publicity," 1981-1982
Folder 7. Extaflex Printmaker Publicity
This packet contains photocopies of articles that document the publicity organized by trade, photofan and consumer publications

Folder 8. "Kodamatic Product News: the First 100 Days," 1982
Box 110: Impact of Law Enforcement Photography: Press releases and Articles, 1955-1995
Folder 1. 1955-1968
Selected items in this folder include:

Christmas postcard, Harris B. Tuttle.
Press Releases: "TUTTLE NAMED CONSULTANT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT PHOTOGRAPHY BY EASTMAN KODAK" JANUARY, 1955
"Harris Tuttle to retire conducts final seminar" Kodakery. December 23, 1965.
Press Release: "LUTHER M. DEY APPOINTED LAW ENFORCEMENT PHOTOGRAPHY CONSULTANT AT EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY" December 30, 1965
PRESS RELEASE: "ROBERT C. MORRIS NAMED TO POST IN KODAK'S MARKETING ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES" JUNE, 1983
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF MARKETING ADMISNISTRATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES, AUGUST, 1983
Set of press releases, various dates
Folder 2. 1968-1971
Selected items in this folder include:

"Scrap of Film Traps Spy" Kodakery. April 12, 1962
"First woman in photo seminar" Kodakery. January 19, 1967
"3 Law enforcement photo seminars in '67" Kodakery. April 6, 1967
"Camera Systems Combat Crime, Aid in Analyses" International Kodakery. January, 1972
"Police Officials Observe at Kodak Park" International Kodakery. April, 1972
"Law enforcers In Hong Kong value photographic training" International Kodakery. December, 1974
"Chan Pioneers in Guam with Seminars" International Kodakery. April, 1975
"Exhibit aids 'fight crime' campaign" International Kodakery. May, 1975
"Police study photo techniques" International Kodakery, May, 1975
"Zambians attend law enforcement seminar" Kodakery, September, 1975
"Photo needs outlined for scene of crime" International Kodakery. October, 1981
"'Sins' coordinates war on drugs in California" Kodakery. September 6, 1994
"Law enforcement database takes bite out of crime detecting" Kodakery. October, 1994
Set of press releases, various dates
Folder 3. 1972
Folder 4. 1972-1973
Folder 5. 1974
Folder 6. 1975
Folder 7. 1977-1985
Folder 8. 1994-1995
Box 111: Kodak Partnerships and Initiatives, 1940s-1990s
Folder Scope and contents: Selected items in this folder include:
Negatives of Kodak Hula Show
Press Release: "Kodak Hula Show Drops Admission Charge"
"Hula show Loise left behind continues as her unique contribution" International Kodakery. 1981
"Hula Show has golden anniversary" Kodakery. March 26, 1987
"Hawaii high court blocks Burger King at Zoo" Aloha! March 23, 1988
Press Release: "The Kodak Hula Show is 55" SmithDavis Advertising. March 5, 1992
"Kodak Hula Show Marks 60th Anniversary" Kodakery. April 2, 1997
"The history of Kodak Hulu Show" April 4, 1997
Folder 2. Documents related to Kodak's partnerships with Olympic games and teams, 1968-1996
Press Release: Kodak Imaging Center: A Haven of Technology for Olympic Summer Games Photographers
Various local and international articles about Olympics. Various dates
Press Release: KODAK HAS HISTORY OF OLYMPIC INVOLVEMENT. July 19, 1983
Press Release: "Kodak Imaging Technology - "Bringing the Images of the Centennial Olympic Games to the World. August 1, 1995
Press Release: Kodak and Synchro Swimming USA Team Up for Olympic Trials and National Breast cancer Awareness Month. September 26, 1995
Press Release: KODAK DIGITAL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING TH EPICTURE OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES. NOVEMBER 13, 1995
Note on press releases attachments. February 2, 1996
Folder 3. Articles and press releases related to Kodakids refugee program during World War II
Folder 4. Descriptions and histories of facilities in Kodak Park
Folder 5. Front cover of brochures with Kodak as sponsor, 1960-1961
Folder 6. "Multinational enterprise in the photographic industry: Kodak and its German Operations in the interwar period." Berti Kolbow, 2010
Folder 7. Obituary for David A. Gibson. November 21, 2010
Folder 8. Interviews, articles and papers presented by Kodak employees, 1973-2010
"History of infrared photography" Andy Finney, 2010
Viewfinder, volume 43, number 3, 2010
"A personal requiem for Kodachrome film"
"Interview with Dr. K.C.D. Hickman June 6, 1972, Rochester, NY Distillation Products, Inc." June 6, 1972
"The emergence of practical home movies: Idea toward ideal" Harris B. Tuttle. 1973
"My days with Kodak Limited 1904-1937" Chas Bunin.
Folder 9. "The New Kodachrome"
Folder 10. Material related to Leopold Godowsky and Leopold Mannes, who conceived of 16 mm Kodachrome motion picture film
Chronological history of Kodachrome
Individual history files for Leopold Mannes. August 1, 1964
Individual history files for Leopold Godowsky. December 29, 1939
"Whistling in the darkroom" Leopold Godowsky. 1956.
Box 112: Kodak Initiatives and Programs
Folder 1. Turner Bellows, Inc.
Folder 2. Kodak digital science: press releases, and product information, 1995
Folder 3. The Kodak museum created by Kodak Limited, 1947
Pamphlet: "The Kodak Museum, a permanent collection of the history of photography"
"An invitation to the opening of the new Kodak museum"
"The Kodak Museum" no date
Kodak News Special Supplement: "The new Kodak Museum"
"New museum opens" Kodak News. May 22, 1980
"National Museum of Photography, Film and Television" May, 1986
"Bradford is set for a museum in the road" Kodak News, July 3, 1986
"Christie's South Kensington" May 4, 1988
Folder 4. Financial reports for Kodak Limited, 1900-1901, 1972-1981
Folder 5. "Our Business is Pictures," poster
Folder 6. Description of resources held at Kodak Business Library (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Description of resources held at Kodak Business Library (1 of 2)
Folder 8. Cameras in the curriculum initiative, lessons plans 1976
Folder 9. Binder compiled by Juliet C. Bracci, documenting names of employees, company acronyms, style sheets Folder 1 Binder 1
This binder was donated by Mike Champlin in 2006 and has no duplication or publication restrictions associated with it.

Folder 10. Binder compiled by Juliet C. Bracci, documenting names of employees, company acronyms, style sheets
This binder was donated by Mike Champlin in 2006 and has no duplication or publication restrictions associated with it.

Box 113: Kodak Sponsorships
Folder 1. The Day's Doings: beyond the official organ of the first annual picnic of the Kodak Park Athletic Association, July 30, 1910
Folder 2. Visits of Governors of Western States, December 4, 1911, itinerary
Folder 3. Suggestions Received and Approved from January 1-July 1, 1913, list of awards
Folder 4. Field Day, October 4, 1919, program
Folder 5. Informational pamphlet about facilities at Kodak Park Works, 1919
Folder 6. Program for the fifth annual ladies night entertainment and banquet of the foremen's club, January 10, 1924
Folder 7. Brochure: "Everything you wanted to know about Kodak...But didn't know where to find it"
Folder 8. Brochure: The story of the machine shop open house, April 22-25, 1949
Folder 9. Brochure: A look into paper finishing, Kodak photographic paper, 1957
Folder 10. Brochure with information for Paper Sensitizing Division Open House, 1960
Folder 11. Kodak Park tour, brochure, 1971
Folder 12. How Photographic Film Is Made, brochure, 1971
Folder 13. Eastman Kodak Company - a brief history 1971
Folder 14. Metric Usage at Kodak booklet, 1977
Folder 15. Family day inside Kodak Apparatus Division, 1978
Folder 16. Informational pamphlet about Kodak Park Works
Folder 17. Kodak Park Visitor's Guide
Folder 18. James. Walter Thompson, marketing
J. Walter Thompson
"An account of general photographic progress" 1930-1940
The Kodak Thompson Partnership Notes on Talk for the Kodak International Group, February 26, 1958
Letter, July 28, 1960
Letter, November 4, 1963
Folder 19. Photo contests, 1897-1985
Chronology of Kodak's photo contests
Kodak Loma-Albumi
"The most attractive window display of Kodaks and other Eastman products" 1897
Kodak Progress Competition $4000 in prizes, 1901-1902
Memorandum, by Colonel N. Solbert. 1930
Brochure: Kodak International $100,000 Competition, 1931
"Last call for snapshots" 1931
Filming your way to Hollywood, history of the Kodak Teenage Award, 1963-1964
Letter to R. L. Orlson, "Happy Moments" 1967
Letter to Lieutenant Stanley E. Malcom, 1974
Press Release: "Kodak to Advertise, promote major southeast photo contests" 1985
Folder 20. Donation of Harry Bertoia Sculpture to Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Press Release: "Kodak donates Bertoia Sculpture to RIT
Photographs of sculpture and staff
Negatives of photographs of sculpture and staff
Photograph of Paul A. Miller, President of RIT and the sculpture Bertoia
Photograph one piece free standing wire sculpture
Press release, by RIT, April 15, 1975
Narration release, 1975
Folder 21. Report on the Kodak sponsorship of Princess Anne's Royal Wedding on the CBS-TV Network, 1973
Folder 22. Screenplay: "The man without a country," sponsored by Kodak, 1972
Folder 23. Kodak Yellow and product packaging, 1905-1962
Selected items include:
Photographs of various Kodak products
"Those profit-priming brownies outfits"
Handwritten notes
"Kodak Yellow"
"Kodak considers its trade dress highly valuable"
Photograph
Sample Packaging Eastman Autographisch
"Films on tin foil" Kodak Trade Circular, March 1905
N.C. Film in the yellow boxes, September, 1915
Press Release: "Product Packaging: July, 1951
"Modern Packaging" June, 1952
"Packaging Hall of Fame" June, 1952
Letter, October 28, 1959
"The story of Kodak yellow" 1962
Canadian Kodakery, November, 1962, Volume 8 #3
"Modern Packaging" March, 1966
"What's happening with Kodak Trademarks?" Kodakery, June 18, 1987
In consultation with a curator, reproductions may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
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Box 114:
Folder: 1. Hawk-Eye Works Suggestion Acknowledgement responses, 1945-1952
Box 115: 16 glass plates depicting soldier training at Kodak Park during World War I
The glass plate negatives have been numbered and where possible, any captions written on them has been provided here. The following plates have captions:

The making of a sterro
Illustrated lecture are an important part of instruction
Making a copy
A lecture in Department No. 1
Washing prints
Mail
Negative criticism
Oral quizzes where writing comes hard
Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag
Enlarging practice
A student learns his mistakes
A medico ready for action: Baker field
Box 116: Kodak Sponsorships (1950s-1970s) and News Articles (1982)
Folder 1. Kodak sponsorship of Leonardo Da Vinci Television Series, 1972
Photograph
Study of viewership and sponsor identification of the Leonardo Da Vinci Television Series, Gallup Organization, Inc. 1972
"We want to be useful... and even interesting" 1972
Correspondence, April 20, 1972
Correspondence, "Leonardo Da Vinci Publicity Metropolitan Museum of Art Press Reception and RAI Dinner" May 26, 1972
Memorandum, June 22, 1972
Memorandum with attached article "TV study da vinci Marrend by Reverential Tone" June 27, 1972
"Thirty-year research project is 'big game' for Prof. Pedretti" July 26, 1972
Folder 2. Kodarama at Times Square, New York City
Folder 3. Public relations concept for Neil Diamond
Television Special prepared by Jay Bernstein Public Relations

Folder 4. "A Kodak Moment" campaign and strategy documents, 1992
Folder 5. Colorama exhibit in Grand Central Train Station, New York City, 1950-1989
Press Release
Press Release: "New York 'colorama' in Grand Central has featured 180 spectacular world scenes"
Press Release: " Kodak unveils World's largest color transparency at grand central terminal in New York today" May 15, 1950
"Kodak's Colorama: How are the pictures made?" Percolator, September 9, 1957
Correspondence, March 20, 1962
"The Colorama Department" June 16, 1964
Press Release: "Giant Kodak Colorama Viewed by Millions in Grand Central Terminal" 1969
Correspondence, December 21, 1979
"Kodak tradition ends at Grand Central" Gannett, June 30, 1989
Kodak Colorama, e-Magazine, 2008
Folder 6. Kodak's participation in 1964 World's Fair (1 of 2)
Selected items include:
"George Eastman"
"The world's fair today"
Press Release: "Kodak Entomologist Studies Problems of Bugs Attracted to World's Fair Picture Tower"
"The dynamic screen in the two theaters at the Kodak pavilion"
Press Release: Kodak's Xenon lamps at World's Fair will rival brilliance of sun by day"
Print of Kodak photo-tower.
Brochure: some helpful information for those on the staff of Kodak World's Fair Pavilion.
Recordak World Fair photograph. August, 1960
Memorandum, with enclosed photograph at New York World's Fair building site. August 20, 1962
"New York World's Fair Progress Report, No. 5" October 28, 1963
"Saul Bass Press Conference Warwick Hotel, New York, February 4, 1964
Folder 7. Kodak's participation in 1964 World's Fair (2 of 2)
Publicity recommendations Kodak Pavilion, March, 1964
"Lighting detail of the Kodak Photo-Tower", May, 1964
Report: "Visitor reaction to the Kodak World's Fair Pavilion" May, 1964
Press Release. December 9, 1963
"Rochester at the World's Fair, Blake McKelvey, July, 1964
Report: "an evaluation of the individual exhibits within the Kodak World's Fair Pavilion" July, 1964
"Come to the Fair 'meet me at the Kodak Picture Tower'". Democrat and Chronicle, 1964
Press Release: "Special to the New York Herald Tribune" September 10, 1964
Photograph, 1970
Folder 8. News articles, February 1982 (1 of 8)
AP. Photograph: W. Fallon with all three camera models. Date: February 3, 1982
AP. Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots. Date: February 3, 1982
UPI. Photograph: laboratory technician checking film. Date: February 3, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, February 5, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, February 5, 1982
Times-Union, February 4, 1982
Times-Union (Rev.), February 4, 1982
Times-Union, February 4, 1982
Brighton-Pittsford Post, Photo: W. Fallon with two cameras disc film, February 4, 1982
Times-Union, February 4, 1982
Times-Union, February 4, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, February 3, 1982
Times-Union, Photograph: loading camera film W. Fallon with two cameras disc film, February 3, 1982
Times-Union, Photograph: disc film with protective pack Kodak disc 8000 camera, disc dispenser viewer Model H disc opener, disc film processor, February 3, 1982
Times-Union (Rev.), Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras disc film testing cooling device for photofinishing, February 3, 1982
Times-Union, Photograph: E. Cohen, RIT, February 3, 1982
Times-Union (Rev.), February 3, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, Photograph: all three camera models, February 4, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, Photograph: snapshot disc film, February 4, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, February 4, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, diagram of disc 4000, February 4, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, February 4, 1982
New York Post February 3, 1982
Daily News, Los Angeles, Photograph: N. Barner, February 4, 1982
Daily News, Los Angeles, Photograph: W. Fallon with all three cameras, February 4, 1982
Post, Metro Edition, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
The Wall Street Journal, February 4, 1982
The Wall Street Journal, February 4, 1982
The New York Times, Photograph: Kodak disc 4000 camera disc film, February 4, 1982
The Peninsula Times, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 3, 1982
San Jose Mercury, Photograph: W. Fallon with camera, February 4, 1982
Chicago Tribune, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 3, 1982
Chicago Sun Times, Photograph: W. Fallon all three camera models, February 4, 1982
Chicago Sun Times (Late edition). Photograph: W. Fallon, February 4, 1982
Chicago Tribune. Photograph: loading camera with film diagram of disc film, February 4, 1982
Reporter-Herald, Loveland, CO, February 3, 1982
The Atlanta Journal, Photograph: Kodak disc 4000 camera loading the camera with film disc film, February 4, 1982
Dallas Time Herald, Photograph: disc 4000 camera disc film, February 4, 1982
The Atlanta Constitution, Photograph: F. Pallo demonstrating camera, February 4, 1982
Oakland Tribune - Eastbay Today, Photograph: J. Englert with two cameras, February 4, 1982
The Atlanta Journal (Final Edition), February 3, 1982
The Atlanta Journal, February 3, 1982
Los Angeles Times, Photograph: N. Barner with camera and film disc film, February 4, 1982
Baltimore Sun, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Washington Post, February 4, 1982
The Sun, February 1, 1982
Chicago Sun-Times, Photograph: all three camera models, February 4, 1982
Chicago Tribune, Photograph: all three camera models with snapshots, February 3, 1982
Rocky Mountain News, Denver, CO. Photo: N. Grabenstetter with camera disc film, February 4, 1982
Greeley Tribune, February 2, 1982
The Denver Post, Photograph: C. Fischer with camera disc film all three camera models, February 4, 1982
The Coloradoan, Photograph: N. Grabenstetter with camera and film, February 3, 1982
The Denver Post, February 3, 1982
Reuters, February 3, 1982
UPI, February 3, 1982
Talking Point, February 3, 1982
Dow Jones, February 3, 1982
Times-Union, Photograph: disc processing equipment, February 5, 1982
Upstate Business Journal, Photograph: W. Fallon, February 3, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, February 7, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, February 7, 1982
The Daily Record, Photograph: researcher testing cooling device for photofinishing equipment, February 4, 1982
The Daily Messenger, Canandaigua, NY. Photo: camera in a shirt pocket, February 4, 1982
Financial Times, February 4, 1982
San Francisco Examiner, February 3, 1982
The Wall Street Journal (Midwest Edition), February 4, 1982
The Houston Post, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
The Star-Ledger, Photograph: W. Fallon with all three cameras, February 4, 1982
Newsday, Photograph: film disc, February 4, 1982
The Dallas Morning News, Photograph: camera and film, February 4, 1982
Los Angeles Herald Examiner, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 3, 1982
Chicago Sun-Times, Photograph: W. Fallon, February 4, 1982
Chicago Tribune, January 31, 1982
The San Ramon Valley Herald, Photograph: camera diagram of film, February 4, 1982
San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Photograph: all three camera models with snapshots, February 4, 1982
The Register, Orange County, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Boston Herald American, Photograph: camera and film, February 4, 1982
The Boston Globe, Photograph: camera, February 4, 1982
The Times, Photograph: R. Leek with camera and film
Daily Express
Variety, February 4, 1982
Detroit Free Press, February 4, 1982
Daily Telegraph
Saratogan, February 4, 1982
San Francisco Examiner, Photograph: camera and film, February 4, 1982
Schenectady Gazette, February 4, 1982
UP. Photograph: loading camera with film, February 4, 1982
Times Record, February 5, 1982
Schenectady Times-Union, February 4, 1982
Herald Tribute International (London Edition), February 4, 1982
Oakland Tribune, Photograph: J. Englert with two cameras, February 4, 1982
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Photo: disc assembly Kodak disc 8000 camera, February 4, 1982
The Boston Globe, Photograph: Kodak disc 4000 camera, February 4, 1982
Gannet Today, February 4, 1982
Newsday, Long Island. Photograph: disc assembly, February 4, 1982
The Wall Street Journal, February 5, 1982
Los Angeles Herald Examiner, February 4, 1982
The Atlantic Journal, Photograph: camera, disc film, and loading camera, February 4, 1982
The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Photo: disc film, February 4, 1982
The New York Times, Photograph: disc film, February 6, 1982
Folder 9. News articles, February 1982 (2 of 8)
Stuttgarter Nachrichten, February 4, 1982
Frankfurter Allgemeine, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Blick durch die Wirtschaft
Die Welt, February 4, 1982
Stuttgarter Zeitung, February 4, 1982
Pforzheimer Zeitung, model with camera and film, February 4, 1982
Heilbronner Stimme, Photograph: model with camera and film, February 4, 1982
Ludwigsburger Kreiszeitung, Photograph: model with camera and film, February 4, 1982
Sudkurier, February 4, 1982
Ruhr-Nachrichten Dortmunder Zeitung, February 4, 1982
Sudwest Presse, February 4, 1982
Der Tagesspiegel, February 4, 1982
Der Tagesspiegel, February 4, 1982
Braunschweiger Zeitung, February 4, 1982
Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Japan, February 4, 1982
Tokyo Shimbun, Japan, February 4, 1982
Sankei Shimbun, Japan, February 4, 1982
Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Japan, February 5, 1982
Boston Sunday Globe. Photograph: disc film, February 7, 1982
The Providence Journal, February 4, 1982
The Post-Journal, Jamestown, New York, Photo: model with camera film, February 3, 1982
The Post-Journal, Jamestown, New York, February 3, 1982
Finger Lakes Times, February 4, 1982
The Batavia Daily News, February 4, 1982
The Citizen, Auburn, New York, Photograph: film being checked in laboratory, February 5, 1982
The Daily Messenger, Canandaigua, New York, Photograph: disc film processor, February 8, 1982
Syracuse Herald-Journal, Photograph: model with camera, February 4, 1982
New York Daily News, February 5, 1982
Cedar Rapids, Photograph: J. Jiloty with camera and film, February 4, 1982
Frankfurter Allgemeine, February 6, 1982
Der Spiegel, Photograph: model with camera and film, February 6, 1982
Die Welt, February 4, 1982
BZ Berliner Zeitung., Photograph: model with camera and film, February 4, 1982
Lubecker Nachrichten, February 4, 1982
Houston Chronicle, Photograph: disc film, February 5, 1982
The Houston Post, February 5, 1982
Gates-Chili News, Photograph: console preparing negatives for makeovers, February 10, 1982
S.F. Sunday Examiner & Chronicle, February 7, 1982
Adweek/West, February 8, 1982
New York Post, February 11, 1982
Times-Union, February 11, 1982
Brighton-Pittsford Post, February 11, 1982
New York Times, February 11, 1982
Times-Union, February 12, 1982
The Windsor Beacon, Colorado, Photograph: C. Fischer with camera and film, February 4, 1982
Greeley Tribune, Colorado, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Loveland Reporter-Herald, Colorado, Photograph: N. Grabenstetter with camera all three models with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Photograph: camera in shirt pocket C. Fischer demonstrating camera. Date: February 7, 1982
Mainichi Daily News, Japan, Photograph: disc film being checked in laboratory, February 5, 1982
Asahi Evening, Japan, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
The Japan Times, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots. Date: February 5, 1982
The Wall Street Journal, February 9, 1982
Courier-Post, Photograph: model with camera, February 4, 1982
Daily Intelligencer, Photograph: W. Fallon with three camera models, February 4, 1982
The Patriot Ledger, February 4, 1982
The Christian Science Monitor, Photograph: disc film, February 5, 1982
AP, February 3, 1982
Herald Tribune - International, February 4, 1982
Popular Photography, February 4, 1982
Democrat and Chronicle, February 9, 1982
Longview Morning Journal, Texas, Photograph: R. Morrison and F. Brown with camera and film, February 4, 1982
Longview Daily News. Photograph: R. Morrison and F. Brown with camera and film, February 3, 1982
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Time, Photograph: camera, February 15, 1982
Newsweek, Photograph: camera and film, February 15, 1982
Folder 10. News articles, February 1982 (3 of 8)
Anderson Daily Bulletin, Indiana, February 4, 1982
Grand Forks Herald, North Dakota, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Argus-Leader, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Raleigh Times, North Carolina, February 3, 1982
The London Free Press, Canada. Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Dayton Journal Herald, Ohio, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Trentonian, New Jersey, February 4, 1982
Greensboro Daily News, North Carolina, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Elyria Chronicle-Telegram, Ohio, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Fort Wayne News Sentinel, Indiana, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Columbia Record, South Carolina, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Honolulu Advertiser, Hawaii. Date: February 14, 1982
Chattanooga News-Free Press, Tennessee. Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Shreveport Journal, Louisiana, Photograph: all three cameras and snapshots, February 4, 1982
Buffalo Evening News, New York, February 3, 1982
Atlanta Journal, Photograph: camera, disc film, loading camera with film, February 4, 1982
Baltimore News American, Maryland, Photograph: laboratory technician checking film, February 4, 1982
Spokane Daily Chronicle, Washington, February 3, 1982
Knoxville Journal, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Shreveport Times, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Milwaukee Sentinel, February 4, 1982
Williamsport Sun Gazette, Pennsylvania, February 3, 1982
Lansing State Journal, Michigan, Photograph: cameras, February 4, 1982
Toledo Blade, Ohio Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Joliet Herald-News, Illinois, February 2, 1982
Freeport Journal, Illinois, February 4, 1982
Cincinnati Enquirer, Ohio, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Daily Tribune, Michigan, February 4, 1982
Columbus Citizen-Journal, Ohio, February 4, 1982
Cincinnati Post, Ohio, February 4, 1982
Joliet Herald-News, February 4, 1982
Herald-Palladium, Michigan, Photograph: cameras, February 4, 1982
Patterson News, New Jersey, February 4, 1982
The Street Journal Register Springfield, Illinois, Photograph: all three cameras and snapshots, February 4, 1982
Bloomington Daily Pantagraph, Illinois, February 4, 1982
Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Mississippi, February 4, 1982
Willoughby News Herald, Ohio Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Record, Hackensack, New Jersey, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Jackson Citizen Patriot, Michigan, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Kansas City Star, Photograph: loading camera with film, February 3, 1982
Columbus Dispatch, Ohio, Photograph: W. Fallon with three cameras, February 4, 1982
Cleveland Press, Ohio, Photograph: disc film, February 5, 1982
Journal News, Hamilton, Ohio, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Decatur Herald & Review, Illinois, February 4, 1982
Nashville Banner, Tennessee, February 3, 1982
Boulder Daily Camera, Colorado, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
The Paducah Sun, Kentucky, February 1, 1982
Cincinnati Enquirer, Ohio, February 3, 1982
Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, February 4, 1982
Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Mississippi, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Lexington Leader, Kentucky, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
The Windsor Star, Canada, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Record, Hackensack, New Jersey, Photograph: model with camera disc film, February 4, 1982
Cincinnati Post, Ohio, Photograph: camera and film, February 5, 1982
Rockford Register Star, Illinois, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Post Tribune, Indiana, February 4, 1982
The Greeneville Sun, Tennessee, February 3, 1982
Jackson Daily News, Mississippi, February 4, 1982
Camden Courier-Post, New Jersey, February 5, 1982
New York News, Photograph: W. Fallon with all three cameras, February 4, 1982
New York Post, February 11, 1982
Syracuse Post Standard, Photograph: disc film being checked in laboratory, February 4, 1982
San Diego Union Tribune, February 4, 1982
Miami News, February 3, 1982
News-Herald, Litchfield, Illinois, February 3, 1982
Times Gazette, Ashland, Ohio, Photograph: laboratory technician checking film, February 3, 1982
Register, Harrisburg, Illinois, February 4, 1982
Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, February 4, 1982
Democrat, Little Rock, Arkansas, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Johnston Tribune-Democrat, Pennsylvania, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Billings Gazette, Montana, February 5, 1982
Idaho Falls Post Register, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Miami Herald, Florida, Photograph: laboratory technician checking film, February 4, 1982
Cincinnati Post, February 3, 1982
Las Vegas Review-Journal, Photograph: W. Fallon with all three cameras, February 4, 1982
The Gazette, Montreal, Quebec. Photograph: laboratory technician checking film, February 4, 1982
Buffalo Courier-Express, Photograph: laboratory technician model with camera, February 4, 1982
Milwaukee Journal, Wisconsin, Photograph: cameras and film, February 3, 1982
New, Benton, Illinois, February 3, 1982
Youngstown Vindicator, Ohio Photograph: cameras and film, February 3, 1982
Canton Repository, Ohio, Photograph: W. Fallon with all three cameras, February 4, 1982
Bridgeport Post, Connecticut, February 3, 1982
Wausau Daily Herald, Wisconsin, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Green Bay Press Gazette, Wisconsin, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Wisconsin, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Bloomington Herald Telephone, Indiana, Photograph: company official showing film, February 4, 1982
Omaha World-Herald, Nebraska, February 3, 1982
Gazette Telegraph, Colorado Springs, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio, February 4, 1982
Augusta Chronicle, Georgia, February 4, 1982
Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 3, 1982
Roanoke Times & World News, Virginia, February 4, 1982
Everett Herald, Washington, February 3, 1982
Holland Sentinel, Michigan, Photo: film, February 6, 1982
Hartford Courant, Connecticut, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Tacoma News Tribune, Washington, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 3, 1982
Little Rock Arkansas Gazette, Arizona, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Wichita Eagle Beacon, Kansas, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Greenville News, South Carolina, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Telegraph Herald, Dubuque, Iowa, February 3, 1982
Reading Eagle, Pennsylvania, February 3, 1982
Raleigh Times, North Carolina, February 5, 1982
Port Huron Times Herald, Michigan, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
San Diego Evening Tribune, California, February 3, 1982
Salt Lake City Tribune, Utah, February 4, 1982
Salk Lake City Tribune, Utah, Photograph: camera and film, February 4, 1982
Kalamazoo Gazette, Michigan, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Monroe Evening News, Michigan, February 4, 1982
Albuquerque Tribune, New Mexico, February 4, 1982
The Daily Record, Photograph: all three cameras and snapshots, February 8, 1982
The Daily Herald, Photograph: cameras and film, February 4, 1982
The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia, February 3, 1982
Brisbane Telegraph, Australia, February 4, 1982
The Sun, Sydney, Australia, February 4, 1982
Daily Mirror Friday, Australia, February 5, 1982
The Courier - Mail, Australia, Photograph: model with camera, February 5, 1982
Morning Herald, Sydney, Australia, Photograph: film, February 5, 1982
Financial Review, Sydney, Australia, February 5, 1982
West Australian, February 5, 1982
Morning Herald, Sydney, Australia, February 5, 1982
Hobart Mercury, Australia, February 5, 1982
Examiner, Launceston, Australia, February 5, 1982
The Sunday Independent, Australia, Photograph: film, February 7, 1982
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia, February 8, 1982
The Australian, February 8, 1982
Financial Review, Australia, February 9, 1982
Financial Review, Australia, Photograph: cameras and film, February 9, 1982
The New York Times, New York, Photograph: camera and film, February 14, 1982
Port Huron Times Herald, Michigan, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
San Diego Evening Tribune, California, February 3, 1982
Salt Lake City Tribune, Utah, February 4, 1982
Salk Lake City Tribune, Michigan, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Monroe Evening News, Michigan, February 4, 1982
Albuquerque Tribune, New Mexico, February 4, 1982
The Daily Record, Photograph: all three cameras and snapshots, February 8, 1982
The Daily Herald, Photograph: cameras and film, February 4, 1982
The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia, February 3, 1982
Brisbane Telegraph, Australia, February 4, 1982
The Sun, Sydney, Australia, February 4, 1982
Daily Mirror, Friday, Australia, February 5, 1982
The Courier - Mail, Australia, Photograph: model with camera, February 5, 1982
Morning Herald, Sydney, Australia, Photograph: film, February 5, 1982
Financial Review, Sydney, Australia, February 5, 1982
West Australian, February 5, 1982
Morning Herald, Sydney, Australia, February 5, 1982
Hobart Mercury, Australia, February 5, 1982
Examiner, Launceston, Australia, February 5, 1982
The Sunday Independent, Australia, Photograph: film, February 7, 1982
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia, February 8, 1982
The Australian, February 8, 1982
Financial Review, Australia, February 9, 1982
Financial Review, Australia, Photograph: cameras and film, February 9, 1982
The New York Times, New York, Photograph: camera and film, February 14, 1982
Box 117: News Articles and Press Releases, 1980-1990s, and Presentations, Reports, and Product Histories, 1920s-1970s
Folder 1. News articles, February 1982 (4 of 8)
Times-Reporter, New Philadelphia, Ohio, February 5, 1982
Popular Photography, February, 1982
Herald-News, Joliet, Illinois, February 3, 1982
Advance, Elizabeth City, North Carolina, February 3, 1982
San Antonio Express, Texas, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Leader, Lexington, Kentucky, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 3, 1982
Courier, Jackson, Illinois, February 3, 1982
Star, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Photograph: all three cameras and snapshots, February 4, 1982
Upstate Business Journal, Photograph: researcher tests cooling device all three cameras and snapshots, February 16, 1982
Tribune, La Crosse, Wisconsin, February 3, 1982
Sun, Winchester, Kentucky, February 3, 1982
Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, February 7, 1982
Rock Island Argus, Illinois, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Galesburg, Illinois, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Corpus Christi Times, Texas, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 3, 1982
San Antonio News, Texas, Photograph: W. Fallon with camera, February 4, 1982
Corpus Christi Caller, Texas, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
San Antonio Light, Texas, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Mobile Press, Alabama, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Des Moines Tribune, Alabama, February 3, 1982
San Diego Union, February 4, 1982
The Citizen, Ontario, Canada, February 4, 1982
St. Louis Post Dispatch, Missouri, Photograph: all three cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Miami News, Florida, February 3, 1982
Reading Times, Pennsylvania, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Folder 2. News articles, February 1982 (5 of 8)
St. Louis Globe - Democrat, Photograph: model with camera, February 4, 1982
San Antonio Express, February 2, 1982
The Cleveland Press, Photograph: camera, February 3, 1982
Newsday, February 7, 1982
Daily News, New York, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Financial Times, February 4, 1982
Business Week, February 15, 1982
Straits Times, Singapore, February 5, 1982
Business Times, February 5, 1982
Asian Wall Street Journal, February 4, 1982
Tokyo Shimbun, February 6, 1982
The Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun, February 2, 1982
The Yomiuri Shimbun, Photograph: cameras with snapshots film, February 5, 1982
The Asahi Shimbun, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 5, 1982
The Mainichi Shimbun, Photograph: film, February 5, 1982
The Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, February 5, 1982
The Nihon Kogyo Shimbun, Photograph film, February 5, 1982
Charlotte Observer, North Carolina, February 4, 1982
The Forum, Fargo, North Dakota, February 4, 1982
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, February 3, 1982
Portland Press Herald, Maine, February 4, 1982
Lockport Union Sun & Journal, February 3, 1982
Knoxville News-Sentinel, Tennessee, February 4, 1982
Racine Journal Times, Wisconsin, February 4, 1982
Folder 3. News articles, February 1982 (6 of 8)
Santa Ana Register, California, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Ashland Times-Gazette, Ohio, Photograph: laboratory technician checking film, February 3, 1982
Kingsport Times-News, Tennessee, Photograph: loading camera with film, February 3, 1982
Marion Chronicle Tribune, Indiana, February 4, 1982
The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Pueblo Chieftain, Colorado, February 5, 1982
Lockport Union Sun & Journal, Photograph: laboratory technician checking film, February 3, 1982
Toronto Star, Ontario, Photograph: camera, February 4, 1982
Binghamton Evening Press, New York, Photograph: laboratory technician checking film, February 3, 1982
Cortland Standard, New York, February 4, 1982
Oklahoma City Times, Oklahoma, February 3, 1982
Pittsburgh Post Gazette, February 4, 1982
Goshen News, Indiana, February 3, 1982
Hammond Times, Indiana, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Louisville Times, Kentucky, Photograph: W. Fallon with camera, February 4, 1982
Indianapolis Star, Indiana, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 198
Evansville Courier, Indiana, Photograph: disc film W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Peoria Journal-Star, Illinois, Photograph: J. Jiloty with camera and film, February 4, 1982
Times Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Columbus Republic, Indiana, February 3, 1982
Monroe News Star World, Louisiana, Photograph: camera and film, February 4, 1982
Baton Rouge State Times, Louisiana, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Birmingham News, Alabama, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Lexington Herald, Kentucky, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Folder 4. News articles, February 1982 (7 of 8)
Allentown Morning Call, Pennsylvania, February 5, 1982
Richmond Times-Dispatch, Virginia, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
New York News, February 5, 1982
Springfield Leader & Press, Missouri, Photograph: Laboratory technician checking film, February 4, 1982
Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader, Pennsylvania, February 4, 1982
Rock Island Argus, Illinois, February 4, 1982
The Daily News, Whittier, California, Photo: film, February 6, 1982
Van Nuys Daily News, California, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Indianapolis News, Indiana, Photograph: disc film, February 6, 1982
The Mirror, Photo: Pennsylvania, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Herald-Hoffman Estates, Chicago, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Des Plaines Herald, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Hoffman/Estates/Schaumburg Herald, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Mt. Prospect/Prospect Heights Herald, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Rolling Meadows Herald, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Wheeling Herald, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshot, February 4, 1982
Palatine Herald, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Hanover Park Herald, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Herald-Arlington Heights, Chicago, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Buffalo Grove Herald-IL. Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Herald-Rolling Meadows, Chicago, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Ek1 Grove Herald, Illinois, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Folder 5. News articles, February 1982 (8 of 8)
Ann Arbor News, Michigan, Photograph: camera with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Sheboygan Press, Wisconsin, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 4, 1982
Battle Creek Enquirer & News, Michigan, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Anchorage Daily News, Arkansas, February 4, 1982
Richmond Palladium-Item, Indiana, February 4, 1982
Everett Herald, Washington, Photograph: cameras with snapshots, February 4, 1982
Phoenix Gazette, Arizona, February 3, 1982
Fall River Herald News, Massachusetts, February 4, 1982
Asheville Citizen, North Carolina, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Hollywood Reporter Daily, California, February 5, 1982
York Dispatch, Pennsylvania, February 4, 1982
San Francisco Chronicle, California, Photograph: loading camera with film, February 4, 1982
Columbus Enquirer, Georgia, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Advertising Age Weekly, February 8, 1982
Television Digest Weekly, February 8, 1982
Ad Day/USA Weekly, February 4, 1982
The Advocate, Stamford, Connecticut, Photograph: disc film, February 4, 1982
Scranton Times, Pennsylvania, Photograph: W. Fallon with cameras, February 7, 1982
The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, February 4, 1982
Huntington Herald-Dispatch, West Virginia, February 4, 1982
Washington Times Herald, Indiana, Photograph: J. Jiloty with camera and film, February 4, 1982
Waco Tribune Herald, Texas, February 5, 1982
The Herald, New Britain, Connecticut, February 4, 1982
Scranton Times, Pennsylvania, February 4, 1982
Hagerstown Morning Herald, Maryland, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Lancaster Intelligencer Journal, Pennsylvania, Photo: film, February 4, 1982
Standard Times, New Bedford, Massachusetts, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Lafayette Journal & Courier, Indiana, Photograph: film, February 4, 1982
Folder 6. Press releases, July 1984
Historical Perspective: Chronology of technical progress highlights Kodak office history. July 18, 1984
Folder 7. Press releases, 1990s
Global competitiveness key to success in nineties
Kodak in the 90's: Key player in film and electronics for graph arts
Kodak offers help with hazard communication training to printing and publishing industry
Folder Kodak chemical management system/cms1 provides efficient, precise silver recovery and intelligent replenishment contro
Folder The KEPS page composer, an electronic page assembly solution, automates conventional stripping methods
Folder New solution provides competitive price, performance and technological compatibility for desktop users in professional print production market
Folder Color space debate neutralized
Folder Eastman Kodak and Bioscan Inc. form alliance; unite hardware and software products for integrated image analysis
Folder 8. News Press releases, and list of news articles, 1992
Kodak showcases aerial images, world-class products at ISPRS. August 2, 1992
Folder Kodak-sponsored Smithsonian book paints vivid pictures of earth. August 2, 1992
Kodak debuts updated, expanded technical guide for aerial photography. August 2, 1992
LVT digital media image recorders offer unsurpassed quality in remote sensing application. August 2, 1992
Kodak copier donated to polish trade school. August 20, 1992
Kodak recognized for third year as quality copier supplier. August 24, 1992
New print media manager represents Kodak in the Midwest. August 27, 1992
Kodak links photo CD system, copier-printer at imaging expo to store, print, copy high-resolution color images. September 15, 1992
Kodak Lionheart software release 2.5 gives users faster, easier high-speed printing. September 15, 1992
Kodak Imagelink scanner/microimager 990S scans, microfilms documents in one step. September 15, 1992
Kodak offers low-cost storage, quick retrieval of IBM mainframe data. September 15, 1992
Recycling, environmental programs continue as key Kodak initiatives. September 15, 1992
Huge Kodak equipment sale in Italy will capture over 100 million images. September 25, 1992
Kodak receives minority business award, hosts congressional reception at med week national conference. September 28, 1992
Kodak shows mix of technology solutions for all pre-press needs at graph expo east. October 4, 1992
Kodak announces comprehensive environmental program to aid printing and publishing industry. October 4, 1992
Kodak environmental lab offers reliable testing to printing and publishing industry. October 4, 1992
LVT introduces image recorder with unprecedented resolution to U.S. market at graph expo east. October 4, 1992
Kodak conducts quality seminar for bay area business customers. October 9, 1992
Kodak helps quick printer's market color-copy services. October 16, 1992
Kodak business imaging announces job change for metropolitan insurance district post. October 16, 1992
List of news articles for January 6 - December 15, 1993
Folder 9.Press releases, 1980s (1 of 2)
Folder 10. Press releases, 1980s (2 of 2)
Folder 11. The Lecture "History of Photography and George Eastman," 1979
Folder 12. Report: "Typical Manufacturing Problems Encountered and Product Improvements Achieved in the Course of Maintaining Kodak's Position in the Industry" 1921-1940
Folder 13. "The history and development of roll coating machines and products from 1898-1963" written by Gale F. Nadeau, May 1963
Folder 14. Presentation: "Film Manufacturing," Kodak Park Products Meeting, October 28-29, 1952
Folder 15. Photographs, documents and designs for products created by "Sensitized, Paper, Packing Department, January, 1938
Box 118: Freedom, Integration, God, Honor, Today! (FIGHT) Protest at 1967 Shareholders' Meeting, photographs
This box contains eleven folders of black and white photographs documenting the protest that took place in New Jersey.

Box 119: Freedom, Integration, God, Honor, Today! (FIGHT) Protest at 1967 Shareholders' Meeting, photographs
This box contains twelve folders of black and white photographs documenting the protest that took place in New Jersey.

Box 120: Press releases for new products and partnerships
Folder 1. Freedom, Integration, God, Honor, Today! (FIGHT) Protest at 1967 Shareholders' Meeting, photographs (Folder 23 of 27)
Folder 2. Freedom, Integration, God, Honor, Today! (FIGHT) Protest at 1967 Shareholders' Meeting, photographs (Folder 24 of 27)
Folder 3. Freedom, Integration, God, Honor, Today! (FIGHT) Protest at 1967 Shareholders' Meeting, photographs (Folder 25 of 27)
Folder 4. Freedom, Integration, God, Honor, Today! (FIGHT) Protest at 1967 Shareholders' Meeting, photographs (Folder 26 of 27)
Folder 5. Freedom, Integration, God, Honor, Today! (FIGHT) Protest at 1967 Shareholders' Meeting, photographs (Folder 27 of 27)
Folder 6. Kodak partnership with Washington Monument Orientation Center and National Park Services, December 1976
Folder 7. Epcot Center Pavilion press releases, 1982
Folder 8. Press releases and photographs for Diskettes, 1984
Folder 9. Press releases and histories of motion picture industry developments, ca. 1889-1989
Folder 10. Copies of articles from Photographic News in Review, 1995-1996
Folder 11. Press releases, 1995
Folder 12. Extended range (EXR) Color Negative Film, press releases and photographs
Box 121: "A record of the progress of aerial photography as compiled by Brigadier General George W. Goddard. 1914-1980
Folder 1.Press releases and photographs for Photo CD system
Folder 2. Press releases and photographs describing Kodavision video system
Folder Related materials: The George W. Goddard Papers are located at the Library of Congress. For a complete inventory of the collection: http://rs5.loc.gov/service/mss/eadxmlmss/eadpdfmss/2008/ms008053.pdf.
Folder 4. Pages 101-200
Folder 5. Pages 201-300
Folder 6. Pages 301-400
Folder 7. Pages 401-500
Folder 8. Pages 501-600
Folder 9. Pages 601-700
Box 122: Obsolete Image Quality Standards, 1940s
Folder 1. Instamatic cameras and equipment (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Instamatic cameras and equipment (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Annde Grove, Kodak Belgium and Judy Watson, Kodak Limited Public Relations, business card mock-ups
Folder 4. Photographs to be used in advertisements and published advertisements related to Advantix, 1996
Folder 5. Photographs to be considered for use in advertisements related to Kodak Express and Advantix, 1996
Folder 6. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Azo, S.W.
Folder 7. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Azo, D.W.
Folder 8. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Azo, D.W. H-Y
Box 123: Obsolete Image Quality Standards, 1940
Folder 1. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: AZO, Delux
Folder 2. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: AD type
Folder 3. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: kind and trade (1 of 3)
Folder 4. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: kind and trade (2 of 3)
Folder 5. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: kind and trade (3 of 3)
Folder 6. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: D.O.P. (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: D.O.P. (2 of 2)
Box 124: Obsolete Image Quality Standards, 1940s
Folder 1. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Rapid E S.W.
Folder 2. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Rapid F S.W.
Folder 3. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Rapid E D.W.
Folder 4. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Rapid F D.W.
Folder 5. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Wire photo
Folder 6. Ivan Dmitri correspondence, 1962-1963 (1 of 2)
The materials in folders 6- 10 related to Photography in the Fine Arts organization.

Folder 7. Ivan Dmitri correspondence, 1962-1963 (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Budget, 1960-1965
Folder 9. Museum Director's Selection for 1965 World's Fair
Folder 10. Expenses for advertising, 1962-1964
Box 125: Obsolete Image Quality Standards, 1940s
Folder 1. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: PMC S.W.
Folder 2. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: PMC DW 6-11
Folder 3. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: PMC DW 12, and others
Folder 4. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Solar Kodacast
Folder 5. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Velox E S.W.
Folder 6. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Velox F S.W.
Folder 7. Obsolete quality standards, 1940: Velox F D.W.
Box 126: Photography in the Fine Arts exhibition program (1960s)
Folder 1. Exhibit - Rochester showing
Folder 2. Records of four circulating photography in the Arts Exhibitions prepared for Robert W. Brown
Folder 3. Correspondence, articles, and reports related to photography in the Fine Arts, 1962 (1 of 4)
Folder 4. Correspondence, articles, and reports related to photography in the Fine Arts, 1962 (2 of 4)
Folder 5. Correspondence, articles, and reports related to photography in the Fine Arts, 1962 (3 of 4)
Folder 6. Correspondence, articles, and reports related to photography in the Fine Arts, 1962 (4 of 4)
Folder 7. Photography in Fine Arts - Exhibit IV, 1963
Folder 8. Photography in Fine Arts, lists of photographers and exhibitions
Folder 9. Photography in Fine Arts, pictures purchased by museums
Folder 10. Photography in Fine Arts - Exhibit II, 1960 (1 of 2)
Folder 11. Photography in Fine Arts - Exhibit II, 1960 (2 of 2)
Box 127: Photography in the Fine Arts exhibition program (1960s)
Folder 1. Photography in Fine Arts III - Rochester showing
Folder 2. Photography in Fine Arts III
Folder 3. Value of clippings, Photography in Fine Arts III
Folder 4. Responses from photographers exhibited in IV, exhibition catalogs, IV and V
Folder 5. Value of clippings, 1952-1962, Photography in Fine Arts
Folder 6. Background material and report, Photography in Fine Arts, October 21, 1960 (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Background material and report, Photography in Fine Arts, October 21, 1960 (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Correspondence and clippings, Ivan Dimitri 1961
Folder 9. Photography in Fine Arts, reports, 1961-1965
Folder 10. Press releases, 1964-1965
Box 128: Sales and Advertising
Folder 1. Colorama exhibit in Grand Central Train Station, New York City, 1950-1989 (1 of 3)
Folder 2. Colorama exhibit in Grand Central Train Station, New York City, 1950-1989 (2 of 3)
Folder 3. Colorama exhibit in Grand Central Train Station, New York City, 1950-1989 (3 of 3)
Folder 4. Sales data, ca. 1890-1950s
Folder 5. Kodak advertising strategies, 1960s
Folder 6. Advertising history (1 of 5)
Folder 7. Advertising history (2 of 5)
Folder 8. Advertising history (3 of 5)
Folder 9. Advertising history (4 of 5)
Folder 10. Advertising history (5 of 5)
Folder 11. Kodak brand development, 1962
Folder 12. "A Review of pertinent data regarding a Neil Diamond network television special", report, 1975
Box 129: Sales and Advertising
Folder 1. Photo CD Team initiatives, and photographs, 1991-1996
Folder 1. Sales data and advertising history
Folder 2. Photography in Fine Arts, exhibition catalogs and articles (1 of 2)
Folder 3. Photography in Fine Arts, exhibition catalogs and articles (2 of 2)
Folder 4. Articles and advertisements, 1996
Folder 5. News articles
Folder 6. Sales and product development press releases,1930s
Folder 7. Excerpts from "Advertising Agency compensation in relation to total cost of advertising" James W. Young, 1933
Folder 8. Promotions with Kodak premiums, 1962
Folder 9. "The Sale and Distribution of Kodak Products" J. Mcghee
Box 130: Marketing Education Center, 1966-1989
Folder 1. "Devils, Drugs and Doctors," series produced by CBS, sponsored by Kodak (1 of 3)
Folder 2. "Devils, Drugs and Doctors," series produced by CBS, sponsored by Kodak (2 of 3)
Folder 3. "Devils, Drugs and Doctors," series produced by CBS, sponsored by Kodak (3 of 3)
Folder 4. Brochures describing Marketing Education Center, Riverwood, New York
Folder 5. Product history summary
Folder 6. Construction of center, design and building plans
Folder 7. Description of center and its services, 1979
Folder 8. Dedication of center, opening remarks by F. Ritter Shumway, and script of comments given, 1971
Folder 9. Narration-slide show on center's history
Folder 10. Press release, 1971-1989
Folder 11. Marketing plan proposal for Marketing Education Center, 1966 (1 of 2)
Folder 12. Marketing plan proposal for Marketing Education Center, 1966 (2 of 2)
Folder 13. Articles about center, 1969-1971
Folder 14. Photo CD team, initiatives and photographs, 1991-1996
Folder 15. Press releases, 1969-1970, 1978
Folder 16. Explanation of "Premo" trade name and works, 1953
Volume 65: Kodak Data Book of Applied Photography, Volumes 1 & 2, Kodak Limited, ca. 1941
Volume 66: Kodak Photographic Handbooks
Volume 67: Kodak Data Book of Applied Photography, Volumes 1
Volume 68: Kodak Data Book of Applied Photography, Volumes 2
Volume 69: Kodak Data Book of Applied Photography, Volumes 3
Volume 70: Kodak Data Book of Applied Photography, Volumes 4
Volume 71: Kodak Data Book of Applied Photography, Volumes 5
Box 131: Company Histories
Folder 1. Company histories
Folder 2. Conference board report, incomplete
Folder 3. List of Kodak subsidiaries
Folder 4. Proof of publication in newspapers, 1924
Folder 5. "How Kodak Got Its Name," brochure
Folder 6. Bill of sale Douglas Aircraft, 1946
Folder 7. Herman C. Sievers biographical information
Folder 8. "Facts about the World's Largest Organization engaged in the manufacture of photographic materials"
Folder 9. Fourth annual banquet of the shipping department, 1903, program
Folder 10. Invitation to trainees, photographic salon, November 19, 1937
Folder 11. Souvenir program for Kodak Lubbers' picnic, June 23, 1906
Folder 12. Program for auditing and tabulating department outing, 1909
Folder 13. Bill and claim from Mrs. Charles Danforth, 1897
Folder 14. Infrared photography product and process descriptions (1 of 3)
Folder 15. Infrared photography product and process descriptions (2 of 3)
Folder 16. Infrared photography product and process descriptions (3 of 3)
Folder 17. Organizational charts, Kodak Limited, 1962
Box 132:
The New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Industrial Professional Development Award, 1967
Newspaper articles
Selected articles related to Kodak declaring bankruptcy, 2012

Box 133: Aperture cards of Kodak Park building construction, 1950s-1960s
Box 134: Aperture cards of Kodak Park building construction, 1950s-1960s
Box 135: Aperture cards of Kodak Park building construction, 1930s, 1950s-1960s
Box 136: Aperture cards of Kodak Park building construction, 1920s-1960s
Box 137: Corona Film Roll

Box 138: Ultrasonic Splicing Film Roll

Box 139: Oversized Advertisements, 1891-1982
This box contains articles and copies of advertisements used in the mid-twentieth century to sell color film. Selected publications and advertisements are listed below.

The American Architect and Building News: "What Eastman's 'Kodak' can do for the Travelling Architect," March 1891
The Ladies' Home Journal: "Brownies Through the Year" by Palmer Cox, May 1892; "The Witchery of Kodakery," July 1911; additional advertisements, September-October 1972
The Youth's Companion: "The Kodak is a Welcome Christmas Guest," November 1899; Brownie Cameras, May 1902; "The Boy with a Brownie" and Brownie Cameras, May 1903
Collier's: "A Christmas Morning" with Kodak, November 1904; Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak, February 1920; "Presenting a $10,000 Snapshot Competition for Readers of Daily Newspapers," November 1935
Metropolitan: "Put a Kodak in your Pocket," "The First Portrait Photograph," November 1904
The Country Gentleman: "A Kodak Christmas," and "Put Kodak on your Christmas List," December 1919; "They doubted Columbus-but we believed Scott's photographs," July 1919
Life: September-October 1972
Better Homes & Gardens: September-October 1972
Ebony: October 1976
Essence: October 1976
Kodakery: articles related to Kodak Disc camera, 1982
Saturday Evening Post
Box 140: Articles and Essays
Folder 1. Articles created by, or about Kodak Limited (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Articles created by, or about Kodak Limited (2 of 2)
Folder 3. "The Practical Photographer," description of Harrow-on-the-Northwestern manufacture of film, bromide paper
Folder 4. "An... announcement" regarding Eastman portrait film
Folder 5. "Our first fifty years"
Folder 6. "Charles W. Frederick and his contribution to the development of the Kodak Glass"
In consultation with a curator, reproductions may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
This essay was made a gift of Martin Scott, 2012.

Folder 7. Standard symbols for binary logic, A. B. Dick Company
Folder 8. Product description and instructions for use of Kodak Industrial 'X-Omat' Processor, Model 3
Folder 9. "The Night an Electron went Wild"
Folder 10. Master Design Award, presented by Product Engineering to Eastman Kodak Company, for its Instamatic M-4 movie camera and Instamatic M-80 projector, 1966
Folder 11. Timeline, correspondence, and press release related to fire and public safety issues, 1917. 1932, and 1951
Folder 12. Kodak Newspaper National Snapshot Awards, 1937-1995
Folder 13. William Eberlin on the second floor of Building 3, Chemical Laboratory, photographic negatives (2) and print
Folder 14. Drummer in United States of American School of Aerial Photography, Rochester, New York, photographic negative and print
Folder 15. Andrew W. Gamble photograph taken using Special Velvet Velox, produced by NEPERA Division, 1905 and related correspondence
Folder 16. Glossary of photographic terms
Box 141:
Folder 1. Articles, statistics, and correspondence related to Wage Dividend System (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Articles, statistics, and correspondence related to Wage Dividend System (2 of 2)
Folder 3. "The Conscience of a Corporation: A History of Kodak's Occupational Health Program," by Norman J. Ashenburg, M.D.
This paper was presented at the George W. Corner History of Medicine Society, Rochester, New York, November 15, 1984.

Folder 4. Program and promotional photograph: Current Trends and Future Prospects in Research symposium, April 4, 1974
Folder 5. "Kodak Units Help Build New Bombs" Rochester Times-Union, August 7, 1945
Folder 6. Use manual for S series 35mm camera
Folder 7. "The Elimination of Seasonal Unemployment," by William G. Stuber, President of Eastman Kodak Company, 1931
This photocopied essay was published in a United States Department of Commerce report: Unemployment: Industry Seeks a Solution, and was original part of a radio series.

Folder 8. Image Magic logo design
This folder contains 1, 3M high density 3 1/2 inch floppy disc for Macintosh, 2 Verbatim 2HD 3 1/2 inch floppy discs, as well as photographic negatives and promotional materials related to the new logo and design.

Folder 9. News articles: Kodak donates photographs to British archive, 2009
Folder 10. List of retired Birthday Club members, June 1975
Folder 11. List of Eastman Kodak Company subsidiaries
Folder 12. Photo CD System, press releases and fact sheet
Folder 13. Email correspondence and articles about new logo, 2006
Folder 14. Email correspondence: implosion of Building 65 and 69, 2007
Folder 15. Newspaper articles documenting technological developments in photography industry, 1995
Folder 16. Theatrical gel filer code
Folder 17. "Landmark Cameras," Beaumont Newhall, Director George Eastman House
Folder 18. Broadcast history timeline
Folder 19. Visitor's pass for Paul S. Erwin
Folder 20. Firetruck at Colorado office, photograph
Folder 21. "Picturing a more open market" an address prepared for Keidanren Tokyo, Japan, October 20, 1995, George M. C. Fisher, Chairman President and Chief Executive Officer, Eastman Kodak Company
Folder 22. Kodak Centennial press kit: press releases, event information, and product development, 1980 (1 of 2)
Folder 23. Kodak Centennial press kit: press releases, event information, and product development, 1980 (2 of 2)
Box 142: Kodak Centennial Celebration Press Kit, oversized materials, 1980
Box 143: Museum Objects and Media
Migration of Hollerith Card to Microfiche
This 16 mm sound motion picture was produced in Kodachrome by General Dynamic of San Diego, California, which depicts the migration from Hollerith card to microfiche, and the use of their SC 4060 Fiche Recorder.
This film reel was made a gift of James Moran, 2010

150 years of photography, commemorative pin, 1989
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of the items in this box may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
This pin was made a gift of Helen Meredith, 2009.

"The Pace of Change" single projector presentation, 1982, cassette tapes(2)
These tapes relate to the slide presentation listed under box 146, folder 8

Ep-Cot single projector version, cassette tape
This tape may relate to material in Box 146

Advantix C700 camera
Advantix outdoor film
Box 144: Microfilm reel with drawings of buildings, machinery, cameras, and products
The department has PDF files of these drawings. Please contact department staff for access.

Flat File 1: Scrapbook of newspaper clippings related to George Eastman's life, compiled by Mrs. Whipple, ca. 1966
Box 145: 15 Kodak Display Enlargements, ca. 1940
The items in this box are examples of different printing processes.

Folder 1. Paper: Illustrator's Special
Folder 2. Paper: Kodabromide G
Folder 3. Paper: Illustrators' Special
Folder 4. Paper: Opal G
Folder 5. Paper: Kodabromide G
Folder 6. Paper: Illustrators' Special
Folder 7. Paper: Illustrators' Special
Folder 8. Paper: Kodabromide G
Folder 9. Paper: Illustrators' Special using Kodak Blue Toner
Folder 10. Paper: Illustrators' Special
Folder 11. Portrait Proof R using Kodak Blue Toner
Folder 12. Kodabromide G
Folder 13. Opal G using Nelson Golden Toner
Folder 14. Opal G
Folder 15. Opal G using Kodak Blue Toner
Box 146: Advertisements
Folder 1. Advertisements featuring Kodak Girls, description of the history of Kodak Girls
Folder 2. Photographs of Kodak Girls with products (1 of 2)
Folder 3. Photographs of Kodak Girls with products (2 of 2)
Folder 4. Advertising and Sales data, 1907-1948aa
Folder 5. Photographs of Frederick Remington's painting a Kodak advertisement, 1904
Folder 6. "What they said about photography," Compiled by H. M. Kinzer, with Nathan Lyons, Assistant Director of George Eastman House, and David Vestal, photographer and teacher
Folder 7. Slides of the growth of the Eastman Kodak Company
Folder 8. "The Pace of Change": Kodak news report, advertisements slides and presentation notes
Folder 9. "Four Films" Kodacolor VR film slides
Folder 10. History of Kodak office, slides and presentation notes
Folder 11. Journey into Imagination (Single Projector Version), slides and presentation notes
Folder 12. "A 100 year sta[?] on Tomorrow", "We Never Reach [the] End of Anthony" slide tape presentation and speaking notes
Folder Scope and contents:
Slides include:
Moon from Earth
Earth from moon
Apollo zone of interest
System of constraints
View of PS in shell
Film path schematic
Camera schematic
24" panoramic lens
Shutter 24"
Platen for 24" camera
80mm camera
80mm lens
80mm platen
V/H sensor
Camera storage looper
Principles of Bimat Process
Processor-Dryer Schematic
Processor-Dryer front view
Readout schematic
LST
LST-HVPS
Opt. mechanical scanner
Photo video chain
Simulated R/O
Readout looper
P/S internal
Lower shell
Exhaust valve
PS in lower shells (Film supply view)
Top shell
PS on dolly
S/C prior to mating
Launch LO I
Flight path
Ground reconstruction electronics
Reconstitution
Earth from moon
Rock-strewn crater-LOII
Far side south pole LO II
Far side south pole LO II- Tsiolkovsky
Triesnecker Fault LO II
Crater Marius- LO II
Crater Theophilus LO II
Sea of Storms- LO II
Surveyor I
Crater Aristarchus LO IV
Crater Aristarchus LO V
Crater Aristarchus LO V
Mare Orientale
Alpine Valley LO IV
Crater Tycho- LO V
Crater Copernicus LO IV
Crater Copernicus LO II
Crater Copernicus LO II
Box 147: Microfilm Images of Advertisements
Selected topics of advertisements include: aerial and scientific, photo finishing, professional photography, Recordak services, and World's Fair promotions

Box 147A: Microfilm Images of Advertisements
Box 147B: Index Cards of Terms, People, and Events in the Eastman Kodak Company's History
Box 148: Kodak Centennial Museum Objects
Drinking Glass
Plastic coffee mug
Tee-shirt
Roll of stickers
Small cloth flag
Pocket diary
2 balloons
Notecard holder
Museum Object 1: Kodak 48 Crayons Box
Box 149: TWR Image Film Reel
Box 150: Apollo 9 footage, 16mm film
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of the items in this box may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
This film was made a gift of Bette Quinn Cox, 2013.

Flat File 2: "Kodak the Children" advertisement photograph, ca. 1940s
Box 151: Advertising and Product Manuals
Folder 1. "Picture Your Wedding," advertising brochure, ca. 1970s
Folder 2. Fourth quarter financial report, 1974
Folder 3. Price lists
Folder 4. Kodakery article about health care, June 14, 1973
Folder 5. Photocopy of "Bright Picture: Eastman Kodak Sights set on Sharply Enhanced 1982 Earnings" in Investment News & Views, December 28, 1981
Folder 6. "How to use Kodak for Profit" brochure
Folder 7. Kodak Readymatic Processor, Model 420A, operator's manual
Folder 8. Scientific and Technical Awards program from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1995
Folder 9. Employee suggestion form
Folder 10. Submission requirements for Kodak International Salon of Photography
Folder 11. A guide for authors and secretaries in the Research Laboratories: Procedures for the Preparation of Publications and Presentation, 1987
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of the items in this box may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
The items in Folders 9-11 were made a gift of Nicholas Graver, 2015

Folder 12. Photograph of Albert Chapman
During processing, the mat for this photograph was removed. The mat included the inscription: To my friend Bill McCaller with very best wishes and warm regard Albert K. Chapman

Folder 13. Transparency of Simplified Offset press inking system
Folder 14. Press releases
Folder 15. Explanations for company literature codes from Corporate Communications
Folder 16. Copies of advertisements for Instamatic cameras
Folder 17. Copies of advertisements for Pocket cameras
Folder 18. Copies of advertisements for Disc cameras
Folder 19. Photographs of designs and buildings in Kodak Park; unknown photograph
Folder 20. NASA photographs of Surveyor III
Folder 21. "Kodak flies the battle flag of war production" brochure
This brochure awards all Rochester units of the Eastman Kodak Company the Army-Navy Production Award for high achievement in the production of war equipment during World War II.

Folder 22. The Ten Greatest Men of American Business, ca. 1971 booklet, with photographic insert
Folder 23. McCurdy's salutes Kodak, scrapbook, 1980
This folders contain the original photographs in the scrapbook, which have been removed from their original binder. The photocopied pages in the folder convey the original arrangement of the scrapbook.

Folder 24. Photocopy: "The Harrow Research Laboratory: origins and growth 1928-1976 a retrospective album"
Volumes 72 and 73: Army-Navy Production Award Scrapbook
These scrapbooks include small posters, fliers, programs, and newspaper clippings related to the award.

Volumes 74, 75, and 76: Material Standards Catalogs
The descriptions in these volumes documents the quality and production standards for Kodak products.

Box 152: Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of the items in this box may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
The items in Folders 1-8 were made a gift of Scott Strock.

Folder 1. Closing of Comburg facility, 2004
Folder 2. Kodak Australia history, 1985
Folder 3. Kodak Park tour information overview, 1986-1992
Folder 4. Early description of Film Quality Control Group, April 22, 1946
Folder 5. Rochester area newspaper clippings, January 1986, June 1988
Folder 6. Correspondence and agreements for contract work, 1955 (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Correspondence and agreements for contract work, 1955 (2 of 2)
Folder 8. Development of roll coating machine, essay and photographs
Folder 9. Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938 (1 of 3)
The items in folders 9-13 includes items collected by Van Houten, including photographs that document the growth of Kodak Park, company outings for employees, designs for new buildings, and newspaper clippings

Folder 10. Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938 (2 of 3)
Folder 11. Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938 (3 of 3)
Folder 12. Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938, Road maps and city maps
Folder 13. Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938, Kodak Park History
Box 153: Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938, Stockhouse Data
The items in folders 1-4 in this box were collected by Van Houten, and include photographs that document the growth of Kodak Park, lists of early employees and the departments the worked in, company outings for employees, designs for new buildings, and newspaper clippings.

Folder 1. Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938, Kodak Album (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938, Kodak Album (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938, Kodak History and Records (1 of 2)
Folder 4. Scrapbooks of Claude E. Van Houten, 1891-1938, Kodak History and Records (2 of 2)
Folder 5. Stockhouse: Bell Photo Supply Company; Robert Dempster Company; Denver Photo Materials Company
The files now in folders 5-10 in this box were previously kept together in binders, and organized alphabetically, detail the Eastman Kodak Company's purchase of companies, their products and their stock shares.

Folder 6. Stockhouse: Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc.- Detroit, Michigan, Baltimore, Maryland, New York City; Des Moines Photo Materials Company
Folder 7. Stockhouse: Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc.- Omaha, Nebraska, Portland, Oregon; Glenn Photo Stock Company- Atlanta, Georgia; Good & Schroeder Company- Chicago, Illinois
Folder 8. Stockhouse: John Haworth Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; The D. H. Hogg Company, Limited in Montreal, Canada; Howland & Dewey Company in Los Angeles, California
Folder 9. Stockhouse: Lincoln Photo Supply Company in Lincoln, Nebraska; Milwaukee Photo Materials Company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Minneapolis Photo Materials Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Folder 10. Stockhouse: Northwestern Photo Supply Company- Seattle, Washington; O. H. Peck Company- Minneapolis, Minnesota; J. G. Ramsey & Company, Limited- Toronto, Canada; Robey-French Company- Boston, Massachusetts
Box 154: Kodak Extapro Slide Tray
This slide tray was used in the History of Kodak office presentation, listed under Box 146, folder 10.

Box 155: Kodak Create-It Photo CD Presentation Software; Kodak Centennial Banner
Box 156: Stockhouse Data
Folder 1. Stockhouse: Sweet, Wallach & Company- Chicago, Illinois; Standard Photo Supply Company- New Orleans, Louisiana; Albert Sellner Company- Davenport, Iowa and Quincy, Illinois
Folder 2. Stockhouse: Trapell Loomis & Company- Chicago, Illinois; Zimmerman Brothers- St. Paul and Deluth, Minnesota and Sioux City, Iowa
Folder 3. Stockhouse memo
Folder 4. "What constitutes an ideal manager for a photographic stockhouse," essay
Folder 5. Press releases: Sterling Drug Inc.
Folder 6. Salvage Department: History and Correspondence
Folder 7. Press release: Kodak completes divestiture of L & F Products' Household Business, 1995
Folder 8. "School of the Air" radio program originating at Kodak Park, February 25, 1947
Folder 9. Eastman Kodak Archives site survey, draft, 1997
This review was completed by Anne M. Filiaci, Ph.D., M.L.S.

Folder 10. Mac Herzberger's lectures on vector algebra and new methods for geometrical optics, 1936 and 1944
These lectures were among the papers of Dr. Roger P. Loveland, Head of the Photomicrography section of the Kodak Research Laboratory.
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of the items in this box may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
This item was made a gift of Martin Scott, 2006.

Folder 11.Photographs of Kodak employees
Selected photographs are list below:

E. P. Curtis, 1918
P. S. Wileax, December 5, 1948 on the 50th anniversary of his time at the Eastman Kodak Company
C. F. Hutchison
E. P. Curtis and President Dwight D. Eisenhower, December 16, 1958
President Dwight D. Eisenhower and E. P. Curtis, ca. 1944-1945
L. B. Jones, 1890, photograph taken by George Eastman
Gerald Zonnow, 1937
A. K. Chapman, World War I
Henry A. Strong
George Eastman, Thomas Edison and Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, 1928
Stuber and George Eastman
Reproduction of "Eastman's Mercantile College certificate
George Eastman, ca. 1900
Folder 12. Comptroller's conference, photographs, 1950s
Folder 13. Small Business Association of Rochester, Inc., membership directory, April 1967
Box 157: Plaque presented to John W. Brooks, July 1, 1982
This plaque was presented to Brooks on the 25th anniversary of his time with the Eastman Kodak Company by his colleagues in the Paper Manufacturing Division.
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of the items in this box may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
This item was made a gift of Kit Funderburk, 2007.

Volume 77: Supplies and Expenditures Account Book, Kodak Park, 1904-1905
Box 158: Brick from Kodak Park Building
This brick, possibly from Building 2, was recovered from Kodak Park during building demolition, ca. 2005

Box 159: Flow Diagrams for Paper Making Machine, 1961-1962
Construction of Kodak Park, photograph
Building 59, 1935, photograph
George Eastman memorial, photographs (3)
Conference on law enforcement photography, Kodak Sales Training Center, November 30-December 4, 1959
The police officers, who participated in the training and appear in the photograph, are listed and their precinct or affiliation is also specified on a separate document in this box.
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of this item may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
This item was purchased in 2006.

List of employees and amount of payment due for the week of March 12, 1881, photostat
Product flow diagram sheet #1 of 2, 152 inch paper making machine
Product flow diagram sheet #2 of 2, 152 inch paper making machine
Equipment layout of the first, second, and warehouse floors for the 152 inch paper making machine
Stock piping layout for refiners 152 inch paper making machine, second floor- east half
Layout of "Pandia" equipment for fiber recovery 152 inch paper making machine- first floor- west half
Articles and product descriptions for non-Kodak products
Box 160: Kodak's Involvement in Atomic Energy Industry, 1952-1963
Folder 1. Newspaper clippings, photocopies of articles, 1960s-1980s
Folder 2. Official names of Eastman Kodak Company products, 1982
Folder 3. Summary of 8mm camcorder product description, 1983
Folder 4. News report from Product Engineering: "Eastman Kodak Co. wins master design award," 1960
Folder 5. "Kodak Office: Corporate Headquarters Facility," case study, Office Landscape Symposium, April 26-29, 1982
Folder 6. Annual meeting photographs, taken by Ed Howell, 1967
Additional photographs from the 1967 shareholder's meeting can be found in Boxes 118-120.

Folder 7. Carolina Eastman Company: photographs, press releases, and articles
Folder 8. Holston Ordnance Works
This manufacturing company became the world's largest producer of high explosives by the end of World War II. The company worked with Tennessee Eastman to produce select products.

Folder 9. Photograph of the Kodak exhibition, main gallery, 1897
Folder 10. Newspaper clippings, 1927
Folder 11. "Experimenting with Research: Kenneth Mees, Eastman Kodak, and the Challenges of Diversification," 1985, prepared by Jeffery L. Sturchio, draft
Folder 12. "The Lecture on the History of Photography and George Eastman," 1979
Folder 13. Eastman Kodak's involvement in atomic energy industry, 1952-1963
Folder 14. Kodak film tank and development processes
Folder 15. "75 Years of Kodak Cameras," essay, 1963
Box 161: Oversized Photographs
Color plate 31, Pagonia, from Woodland Portraits by Jeannette Klute.
Woodland Portraits is held by the department and it can be accessed using the call number listed here.

Kodak Park Superintendents' lunch club, June 21, 1945 at Dr. Slater's, photograph
The seventy-five men appearing in the photograph are listed and their division or department is also specified on a separate item in this box.

Preparedness Day, 1916, photograph
This photograph depicts twenty-two men standing on the sidewalk outside of a Victorian style home.

Kodak Park Lunch Club, November 1962, photograph
The men appearing in the photograph are listed on a separate item in this box. The photographs described below may all have been produced on Kodak Ektacolor professional paper.

Renderings for Building 83, Kodak Park (7 items)
Photographs of unknown landscapes (2 items)
Aerial Photographs of Kodak Park (2 items)
Reproduction of an original photograph, possibly a daguerreotype
Product description for Kodak Ektacolor professional paper
Centennial Calendar, 1980
Box 162:
Folder 1. Transcript made of behind-the-scenes recording at the Kodak stockholders' meeting, 1967, tape made by Ed Howell
Folder 2. Modern Plastics: May 1966
Folder 3. Techniques: Information from Kodak, "Backlit displays with Kodak materials"
Folder 4. Financial reports, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1984, 1986, 1987
Folder 5. "Eastman Kodak Company Statement of Profit and Loss for the Six Periods ended June 13, 1942"
Folder 6. Press release: "One-third the world population ill fed; Dr. Gould tells Kodak dietetic interns," 1963
Folder 7. Assets of Rochester Optical Company, ca. 1903-1907
Folder 8. Announcement of the discontinuation of Kodakery, 1932
Folder 9. Photocopy of design plans related to the Finger Print camera
Folder 10. Patent design for camera casing submitted by W. D. Teague, June 24, 1933
Folder 11. Notice of annual meeting and proxy statement, 1982 1985, 1987, 1988
Folder 12. Information packet from Corporate Communications
Folder 13. Descriptions of portraits on the walls of the President's room, May 26, 1960
Folder 14. Annual Institute of Management certificate, list of companies recognized, 1956
Folder 15. Press release and articles related to managers' awards, 1960-1988
Folder 16. Articles related to Kodak's product development, leadership, and financial security (1 of 2)
Materials in this folder also relate to Kodak's purchase of Sterling Drugs, Inc.

Folder 17. Articles related to Kodak's product development, leadership, and financial security (2 of 2)
Box 163: Magazine issues with articles about Kodak, ca. 1976-1986
Folder 1. Descriptions of employee benefits, glass and lens products, 1940s
This group of materials appears to have been collected together.

Folder 2. Magazine issues with articles about Kodak, ca. 1976-1986
Magazines include:

Financial World, February 15, 1976
Forbes, September 3, 1979
Camera Arts, April 1983
S& MM Sales Marketing Management, December 3, 1984
Folder 3. Magazine issues with articles about Kodak, ca. 1976-1986
Forbes, November 5, 1984
Photovideo Retailer, March 1984
Fortune, January 6, 1986
Folder 4. Photocopies of advertisements sent by J. Walter Thompson, Europe, marketing firm
Folder 5. Photographs and designs for buildings at Kodak Park
Folder 6. George Eastman: A centennial collection of photographs (1 of 2)
Folder 7. George Eastman: A centennial collection of photographs (2 of 2)
Box 164: Examples of Historical Photographs and Photographic Processes
The historical photographs in this box are all reproductions. Additional items are from a scrapbook commemorating Kodak's gift to the University of Rochester's Cancer Center in 1981. When possible, items have been removed from the scrapbook for preservation purposes. Other items have been left within the pages of the scrapbook.

Box 165: Training Manuals for Kodak Products
Folder 1. Kodavision manual (1 of 3)
Folder 2. Kodavision manual (2 of 3)
Folder 3. Kodavision manual (3 of 3)
Folder 4. Kodagraph marketing materials
Folder 5. Kodagraph marketing materials
Folder 6. Training manual for the Kodak Modular Video System (1 of 2)
Folder 7. Training manual for the Kodak Modular Video System (2 of 2)
Box 166: Service Data for Kodak Products
The material in folders 1-4 in this box were created by the Apparatus Division related to Industrial Relations. These materials are part of a benefits review and planning guide.

Folder 1. Kodak Manual Focus Video Camera, product series: MVS-440 and MVS-460; Kodak MVS-80 Character Generator (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Kodak Manual Focus Video Camera, product series: MVS-440 and MVS-460; Kodak MVS-80 Character Generator (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Kodak MVS-3000 8mm Video Recorder; Kodak MVS-5000 8mm Audio Video Recorder
Folder 4. Schematic Diagram Package; Circuit Board Diagrams; Kodak Modular Video System
Folder 5. Digital Science press releases, photographs, and CD-ROMs, 1998 (1 of 2)
Folder 6. Digital Science press releases, photographs, and CD-ROMs, 1998 (2 of 2)
Box 167:
Folder 1. Kodak Park Lunch Club, 1887-1979
Folder 2. Index to histories held at Eastman Kodak Stores
Folder 3. "Planning and conducting a photo contest"
Folder 4. List of divisions and selected personnel, 1981 (A-L)
Folder 5. List of divisions and selected personnel, 1981 (M-Z)
Folder 6. Payroll personnel vacation staff list, ca. 1897
Folder 7. The New York Times Magazine: "Picture a celebration of 100 years," June 9, 1996
Folder 8. "Privatizing Protection: Japanese Market Barriers in Consumer Photographic Film and Consumer Photographic Paper
This report was a memorandum in support of a petition filed pursuant to Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974, As amended. It was created by Dewey Ballantine for the Eastman Kodak Company in May 1995.

Folder 9. Kodak Handy Reflector model c for taking pictures at night
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of this item may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
This item was purchased in 2006.

Folder 10. Decorating with Photographic Art: an idea book
Volume 78: Dates for Payroll, September 5, 1891-March 25, 1899
Box 168: Plate Department: record of Help, 1890s-1959
This record book contains names of employees and date of employment.

Volume 79: Eastman Kodak Company: Common Chart of Accounts, October 1991
Volume 80: Eastman Kodak Company: 2,995,600 shares common stock, secondary offering by Kodak retirement income plan, 1982
Box 169:
Folder 1. Organizational overview of Eastman Kodak Company (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Organizational overview of Eastman Kodak Company (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Pro-Gram, the professional finishing sales promotion and advertising ideas, summer 1978
Folder 4. Photography in education: The fundamentals of film making
Folder 5. Care of your camera, Kodak leaflet number 5
Folder 6. Dataletter, Number 1, 1969: Microfilm generation terminology
Folder 7. Photography, fragment of June 22, 1899 issue
Folder 8. Chemical safety abstracts, November 1974-January 1975
Folder 9. Letter from Augustus William Crittenden to W. S. Vaughn, regarding Kodak Park 50 Years Ago
Folder 10. Permanent bromide opals, a special offer to photogaphers
Folder 10a. Kodak an international enterprise, ca. 1967
This report includes financial data from 1958-1967.

Folder 11. List of world-wide photographic establishments
Folder 12. Clips from recent publicity compiled by Eastman Plastics, 1971
Folder 13. Price lists: Numbers 2 and 3 Bull's Eye Kodaks, Panoram Kodaks
Folder 14. Eastman product codes, April 1, 1935 and April 1, 1941
Folder 15. Photographs of Kodak Trade Centers, and offices, map of Tennessee with Kodak circled as a location
Folder 16. "Kodak and the World Market" timeline
Folder 17. Issue of Pears: for the Toilet, "At the home of the Kodak," 1891
Folder 18. Kodak photographic seminar, all day course in advanced photograph, course materials
Folder 19. Film lists, 1982
Volume 81: Historical record of Texas Eastman Company through 1951
Volume 82: Historical record of Texas Eastman Company, 1952-1954
Box 170: Secretarial training program, 1970s
Folder 1. Retirement gift of articles and photographs for John W. Jasper
This material was presented as a photograph album at Jasper's retirement from Kodak, after a thirity-four year career with the company.
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of this item may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
This item was made a gift to the collection in 2005 by Susan Murrow, the niece of John W. Jasper.

Folder 2. Secretarial training program (1 of 2)
This packet includes training materials for: "The Kodak Secretary, her role today, "Tome Management," "Communication by Phone," "Office Practices," "English Know How," "Communication by Letter," "Poise and Personal Grooming," as well as information about handling organizational conflict.

Folder 3. Secretarial training program (2 of 2)
Folder 4. Pamphlets
Pamphlets stored with the training program packet include: "Clean Hair... and how to get it," "The Gentle Touch... for your hair," "The Food way to weight reduction," "System for protecting company information," "Your calorie catalog accenting protein," "Bonnie Bell Beauty Guide," "Dress in the spirit of American fashion," and "... And it's done so easily and so well"

Folder 5. Report to the silver industry as it relates to the Eastman Kodak Company, February 5, 1968 (1 of 2)
This report was prepared by Ford, Bason and Davis Incorporated Engineers

Folder 6. Report to the silver industry as it relates to the Eastman Kodak Company, February 5, 1968 (2 of 2)
Folder 7. "Here's your promotion... for the $15,000 newspaper national snapshot awards", 1952
This packet contains press releases, contest rules, and promotional materials.

Box 171: Tapes of Advertisements Created by J. Walter Thompson's Marketing Firm, 1963-1982
This box contains video tapes created by marketing firm, J. Walter Thompson's Audio/Visual Center. Selected topics are included on typed lists in each tape box.

Kodak 126 Instamatic camera, 1963
Kodak Pocket Instamatic 110 camera, 1972
Kodak Disc, 1982
Kodak Disc camera, United Kingdom
Kodak 10/82 Tv-spot 30" "Kodak Disc Camera!" 21.08.95
"The American Times", episode number 7 Kodak
This video was created by Metcon Productions.

Box 172: Book 1A Log of emulsion experiments, 1888 George Eastman
Folder 1. War Department Technical Manual, December 1944
Folder 2. Technical Bulletin for Kodak Pathe, 1958
Folder 3. Dealer trade circulars, January 1961-May 1968
Folder 4. Price lists for Kodak Pathe
Folder 5. Book 1A Log of emulsion experiments, 1888 George Eastman (1 of 3)
: The contents in folders 5-7 are photographic reproductions of the page of Eastman's emulsion notebook. These reproductions were created in 2005 in partnership with the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film.

Folder 6. Book 1A Log of emulsion experiments, 1888 George Eastman (2 of 3)
Folder 7. Book 1A Log of emulsion experiments, 1888 George Eastman (3 of 3)
Bound Volumes
Volume 83: Employee record book
Volume 84: Prize Winning Prints, $30000.00 Contest, 1929
Volume 85: Prize Winning Prints, $30000.00 Contest, 1929
Volume 86: Prize Winning Prints Foreign, $100000, 1931
Volume 87: Pictures Contest, 1939
This group of four bound volumes of photograph contents include categories such as Sports, Still-life, Animal Pictures, and Child Picture Contests.

Box 173: Formula, Gelatin, and Emulsion Experiment Notebooks, 1887-1912
The contents of this box are photographic reproductions of the page of Eastman's emulsion notebook. These reproductions were created in 2005 in partnership with the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film.

Folder 1. Book 1C Emulsion formulation, 1887 George Eastman
Folder 2. Book 1E Gelatin experiments, 1890 George Eastman
Folder 3. Book 3A Emulsion formula before 1909
Folder 4. Book 1D Diary of gelatin experiments, 1892 George Eastman (1 of 3)
Folder 5. Book 1D Diary of gelatin experiments, 1892 George Eastman (2 of 3)
Folder 6. Book 1D Diary of gelatin experiments, 1892 George Eastman (3 of 3)
Folder 7. Book 2C Memo book 1906-1912, Charles F. Hutchison
Box 174: Book 2A Plate Emulsion Formula and Log Book, 1989-1900 W. R. Maitland
Folder 1. Book 3B Miscellaneous formula information, 1906-1908 C. F. Hutchison
Folder 2. Book 2A Plate emulsion formula and log book, 1898-1900 W. R. Maitland (1 of 5)
Folder 3. Book 2A Plate emulsion formula and log book, 1898-1900 W. R. Maitland (2 of 5)
Folder 4. Book 2A Plate emulsion formula and log book, 1898-1900 W. R. Maitland (3 of 5)
Folder 5. Book 2A Plate emulsion formula and log book, 1898-1900 W. R. Maitland (4 of 5)
Folder 6. Book 2A Plate emulsion formula and log book, 1898-1900 W. R. Maitland (5 of 5)
Folder 7. Book 3C Notes on dyed emulsions for moving pictures, 1909 Charles F. Hutchison
Box 175: Diary of Gel Productions, July 19 1918-October 31, 1919
The contents of this box are photographic reproductions of the page of Eastman's emulsion notebook. These reproductions were created in 2005 in partnership with the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film.

Folder 1. Book 4B No. 6 Diary of gel production, July 19, 1918 to October 31, 1919 (1 of 4)
Folder 2. Book 4B No. 6 Diary of gel production, July 19, 1918 to October 31, 1919 (1 of 4)
Folder 3. Book 4B No. 6 Diary of gel production, July 19, 1918 to October 31, 1919 (1 of 4)
Folder 4. Book 4B No. 6 Diary of gel production, July 19, 1918 to October 31, 1919 (1 of 4)
Folder 5. 3D 3E 3F emulation letter #30, Rapid yellow filter, framed picture
Box 176: Photograph Binders
Folder 1. Book 4C film plates, 1926-1928 William G. Stuber
Folder 2. Photographs: Exhibitions, Kodak Overseas, World War I (1 of 2)
The photographs in folders 2-3 were originally housed together in a binder, and may have been part of a display or promotional campaign at Kodak.

Folder 3. Photographs: Exhibitions, Kodak Overseas, World War I (2 of 2)
Folder Scope and contents: Selected photographs in folder include images of Hawk-Eye Works from the 1930s and 1940s.
Folder 5. Photographs: Camera Works- interiors, State Street Buildings, State Street- interiors and personnel (1 of 2)
The photographs in folders 5-6 were originally housed together in a binder, and may have been part of a display or promotional campaign at Kodak.

Folder 6. Photographs: Camera Works- interiors, State Street Buildings, State Street- interiors and personnel (2 of 2)
Folder 7. Photographs: Kodak Park, exteriors and interiors (1 of 2)
The photographs in folders 7-8 were originally housed together in a binder, and may have been part of a display or promotional campaign at Kodak.

Folder 8. Photographs: Kodak Park, exteriors and interiors (2 of 2)
Box 177: Advertisements, 1881-1900
The photographs in this box were originally housed in binders. Each unique folder title represents one binder. These photographs may have been part of a display or promotional campaign at Kodak.

Folder 1. Cameras, and other products (1 of 3)
Folder 2. Cameras, and other products (2 of 3)
Folder 3. Cameras, and other products (3 of 3)
Folder 4. Advertisements, 1881-1890 (1 of 3)
Folder 5. Advertisements, 1881-1890 (2 of 3)
Folder 6. Advertisements, 1881-1890 (3 of 3)
Folder 7. Advertisements, 1890-1900 (1 of 2)
Folder 8. Advertisements, 1890-1900 (1 of 2)
Box 178: Advertisements, 1900-1916
The photographs in this box were originally housed in binders. Each unique folder title represents one binder. These photographs may have been part of a display or promotional campaign at Kodak.

Folder 1. Advertisements, 1900-1905 (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Advertisements, 1900-1905 (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Advertisements, 1905-1911 (1 of 2)
Folder 4. Advertisements, 1905-1911 (2 of 2)
Folder 5. Advertisements, 1911-1916 (1 of 2)
Folder 6. Advertisements, 1911-1916 (2 of 2)
Box 179: Advertisements, 1916-1935
The photographs in this box were originally housed in binders. Each unique folder title represents one binder. These photographs may have been part of a display or promotional campaign at Kodak.

Folder 1. Advertisements, 1916-1918 (2 of 2)
Folder 2. Advertisements, 1916-1918 (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Advertisements, 1918-1921 (1 of 2)
Folder 4. Advertisements, 1918-1921 (2 of 2)
Folder 5. Advertisements, 1921-1930 (1 of 2)
Folder 6. Advertisements, 1921-1930 (2 of 2)
Folder 7. Advertisements, 1931-1935
Box 179a: Advertisements, 1930s-1940s
The photographs in these folders were originally housed in a binder. These photographs may have been part of a display or promotional campaign at Kodak.

Folder 1. Advertisements, 1925-1931
Folder 1. Advertisements, 1931-1935
Box 180: Advertisements, 1930s-1940s
The photographs in folders 1-2 were originally housed in a binder. These photographs may have been part of a display or promotional campaign at Kodak.

Folder 1. Advertisements, 1930s-1940s (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Advertisements, 1930s-1940s (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Manual for guided tours, 1966
Folder 4. Image of an unidentified Kodak computer disc player, or disc drive
Folder 5. Photographs of S. N. Barnard (2)
One of these photographs is of S. N. Barnard in Painsville, Ohio, 1885; and the other from Syracuse, New York, 1900.

Folder 6. William G. Stuber, photograph
Attached to the original frame, which housed this photograph, included the following information: "William G. Stuber (1864-1959) 1894- A professional photographer and dry-plate maker, William G. Stuber was hired by the company to direct emulsion making. 1895- Superintendent of plate coating and emulasion department. 1919- Director and Vice-President of the company responsible for photographic quality. 1925- President of the Eastman Kodak Company. 1934- Chairman of the board of the Eastman Kodak Company. 1941- Honorary Chairman of the board of the Eastman Kodak Company."

Folder 7. Charles F. Hutchison, photograph
Attached to the original frame, which housed this photograph, included the following information: "Charles F. Hutchison (1875-1974) 1899- Employed as Assistant Chemist on the recommendation of the head of the University of Rochester Department of Chemistry in February. 1899- Foreman of Plate coating and emulsion department. 1905- Superintendent of emulsion making. 1920- General Superintendent of Plate coating and emulsion department. 1937- Comptroller of film and plate emulsionn, USA and Canada. 1952- Retired."

Folder 8. Kodachrome transparencies: Mr. Mackenzie's retirement photographs
In addition to the transparencies, there are also color prints in this folder.

Folder 9. Ektachrome transparencies: Interior of Kodak Park Building; unidentified transparencies
Folder 10. Kodachrome and Ektachrome transparencies: Paper Mills State of the Division talk, February 1977
Box 181: Kodak Events and Retirement Parties, 1970s-1980s
Christmas party, 1974
Paper Support Division retirement party, April 29, 1978
Paper Support Division retirement party, 1981
Paper Support Division retirement party, May 5, 1979
Paper Support retirement party, May 3, 1980
Paperweight: "Our Instant is Here" CMD National Sales Meeting, April 19-23, 1976, Eastman Kodak Company Rochester, New York
Box 182: Kodak Events and Retirement Parties, 1970s-1980s
Paper Mill retirement party, 1983
Many of the people in this photographs are identified. Please contact the Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation with any questions.

Loose photographs, possibly from open house event, ca. 1980s
Unlabeled photograph album, ca. 1970s
Box 183: Pins
We Made a Billion
Do it Right the First Time
Box 184: Oversized Photographs and Posters
Eastman Kodak Company Fire Prevention policies, J. H. Haste, manager, ca. 1906-1929
Photographs of Paper machine Building 319 (2)
Photographs Polyethylene extruders, Building 350 (2)
In consultation with a curator, reproductions of this item may be made upon request. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from a curator. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
The four photographs items listed above were made a gift to the collection in 2007 by John Brooks.

Box 185: Mees Trophy for Best Color Print in the 14th Annual Kodak International Salon of Photography, 1943
Box 185A: 8 cans of 16mm films, ca 1930s-1950s
These films were shot by a Kodak employee to test new film and camera technologies.
These items were donated in 2015.

Volume 88: Oversized Photograph Album, 1920s-1930s
This photograph album contains photographs of Kodak employees, Kodak Park, and the memorial service for George Eastman.

Volume 89: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1931 with relative schedules
This sections of volumes 89-97 include: auditor's certificate, combined balance sheet, consolidated profit and loss and surplus account, statement of profits and disposition thereof, statement of consolidated profit and loss of Eastman Kodak Company and subsidiaries, statement of consolidated selling and administrative expenses of the Eastman Kodak Company and subsidiaries, summary of net profits by companies, columnar consolidated balance sheet, list of intercompany account receivable and payable, summary of land, buildings, machinery, etc. and the relative reserves for depreciation, detail of investments in and advances to affiliated companies, Kodak Employee Association and Employee Home Projects, detail of trade loans, advances and accounts, detail of sundry investments, statement showing total goodwill and patents, reserve for contingencies and details of changes, balance sheets.

Volume 90: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1932 with relative schedules
Volume 91: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1933 with relative schedules
Volume 92: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1934 with relative schedules
Volume 93: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1935 with relative schedules
Volume 94: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1936 with relative schedules
Volume 95: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1937 with relative schedules
Volume 96: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1938 with relative schedules
Volume 97: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1939 with relative schedules
Volume 98: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1940 with relative schedules
This sections of volumes 98-103 include: auditor's certificate, combined balance sheet, consolidated profit and loss and surplus account, miscellaneous income and charges Eastman Kodak Company and consolidated subsidiary companies, statement of profits and disposition thereof, summary of consolidated selling and administrative expenses of the Eastman Kodak Company and consolidated subsidiaries, summary of net profits by companies, summary of land, buildings, machinery, etc. and the relative reserves for depreciation, summary of fully depreciated land, buildings, machinery, etc. and percentages to total assets, detail of investments in and advances to affiliated companies, details of trade loans, advances and accounts, detail of sundry investments, details of goodwill and patents with relative reserves, reserve for contingencies and details of changes, balance sheets.

Volume 99: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1941 with relative schedules
Volume 100: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1942 with relative schedules
Volume 101: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1943 with relative schedules
Volume 102: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1944 with relative schedules
Volume 103: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1945 with relative schedules
Volume 104: Eastman Kodak Company Foreign War Losses and Recoveries, 1936-1948
Volume 105: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1947 with relative schedules
This sections of volumes 104-108 include: published statement of financial condition and auditor's certificate, consolidated balance sheet, consolidated profit and loss and surplus account, summary of net profits by companies, summary of selling and administrative expenses by companies, miscellaneous income and charges - consolidated, statement of profits and disposition thereof, summary of goodwill and relative reserves, details of goodwill and relative reserves, details of investments in and advance to subsidiary companies - not consolidated, details of sundry investments and deposits, summary of land, buildings, machinery, etc. and the relative reserves for depreciation, summary of fully depreciated land, buildings, machinery, etc. and percentages to total assets, reserve for contingencies, insurance, etc. with details of charges.

Volume 106: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1948 with relative schedules
Volume 107: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1949 with relative schedules
Volume 108: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet, 1950 with relative schedules
Volume 109: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet of Consolidated Companies, 1951 with relative schedules
This sections of volumes 109-111 include: published statement of financial condition and auditor's certificate, consolidated balance sheet, consolidated statement of earnings and surplus account, summary of net profits by companies, summary of selling and administrative expenses by companies, other income and charges - consolidated, statement of earnings and disposition thereof, statement of goodwill with relative reserves, details of goodwill with relative reserves, details of investments in and advance to subsidiary companies - not consolidated, details of sundry investments and deposits, summary of land, buildings, machinery, etc. and the relative reserves for depreciation, summary of fully depreciated land, buildings, machinery, etc. and percentages to total assets.

Volume 110: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet of Consolidated Companies, 1952 with relative schedules
Volume 111: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet of Consolidated Companies, 1953 with relative schedules
Volume 112: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet of Consolidated Companies, 1954 with relative schedules
This sections of volumes 112-117 include: published statement of financial condition and auditor's certificate, consolidated balance sheet - assets, consolidated balance sheet - liabilities, consolidated adjustments - balance sheet, consolidated statement of earnings and surplus account, consolidated adjustments - earnings statement, summary of net earnings by companies, summary of sales, advertising, distribution and administrative expenses, other income and charges, statement of earnings and disposition thereof, summary of goodwill with relative reserves, details of goodwill with relative reserves, details of investments in and advance to subsidiary companies - not consolidated, details of sundry investments and deposits, summary of land, buildings, machinery, etc. and the relative reserves for depreciation, summary of fully depreciated land, buildings, machinery, etc. and percentages to total assets.

Volume 113: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet of Consolidated Companies, 1955 with relative schedules
Volume 114: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet of Consolidated Companies, 1956 with relative schedules
Volume 115: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet of Consolidated Companies, 1957 with relative schedules
Volume 116: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet of Consolidated Companies, 1958 with relative schedules
Volume 117: Eastman Kodak Company of New Jersey Combined Balance Sheet of Consolidated Companies, 1959 with relative schedules
Volume 118: Eastman Kodak Company Nonconsolidated (Foreign) Companies Combined Balance Sheet, 1949 with relative schedules
This sections of this volume includes: consolidated balance sheet, consolidated profit and loss account, adjusting and consolidation entries, summary of net profits by companies, summary of selling and administrative expenses by companies, miscellaneous income and charges, dividends paid to and received by subsidiary companies, investments by subsidizing companies not consolidated in either subsidiary companies and branches not consolidated, summary of capital, investments and goodwill, details of sundry investments and deposits, summary of property, plant and equipment and the relative reserves for depreciation, reserve for contingencies, insurance, etc. with details of changes.

Volume 119: Eastman Kodak Company Nonconsolidated (Foreign) Companies Combined Balance Sheet, 1950 with relative schedules
This sections of this volume include: published statement of financial condition and auditor's certificate, consolidated balance sheet, consolidated statement of earnings and surplus account, summary of net profits by companies, summary of selling and administrative expenses by companies, other income and charges - consolidated, statement of earnings and disposition thereof, statement of goodwill with relative reserves, details of goodwill with relative reserves, details of investments in and advance to subsidiary companies - not consolidated, details of sundry investments and deposits, summary of land, buildings, machinery, etc. and the relative reserves for depreciation, summary of fully depreciated land, buildings, machinery, etc. and percentages to total assets.

Volume 120: Eastman Kodak Company Nonconsolidated (Foreign) Companies Combined Balance Sheet, 1952 with relative schedules
This sections of volumes 120-122 include: statement showing equity of parent company, balance sheet and consolidation adjustments- assets, balance sheet and consolidation adjustments- liabilities, consolidated statement of earnings, consolidation and adjusting entries, summary of net earnings by companies, other income and charges, dividends paid to and received by subsidiary companies, investments by subsidiary companies not consolidated in other subsidiary companies not consolidated, summary of capital investments and goodwill, sundry investments and deposits, property, plant and equipment and the relative reserves for depreciation, reserves for contingencies, legal reserves, reevaluation of capital assets, etc.

Volume 121: Eastman Kodak Company Nonconsolidated (Foreign) Companies Combined Balance Sheet, 1953 with relative schedules
Volume 122: Eastman Kodak Company Nonconsolidated (Foreign) Companies Combined Balance Sheet, 1954 with relative schedules
Volume 123: Eastman Kodak Company Subsidiaries Outside the United States Combined Balance Sheet, 1955 with relative schedules
This sections of volumes 123-127 include: statement showing equity of parent company, balance sheet and consolidation adjustments- assets, balance sheet and consolidation adjustments- liabilities, balance sheet and consolidation adjustments- analysis of surplus, consolidated statement of earnings, other income and charges, consolidation and adjusting entries, summary of consolidation and adjusting entries- assets and liabilities, summary of consolidation and adjusting entries- statement of earnings, inter-subsidiary investment at end of year, sundry investments and deposits, summary of property, plant and equipment and the relative reserves for depreciation, details of property, plant and equipment and the relative reserves for depreciation, reserves for contingencies, summary of capital investments and goodwill, summary of net earnings by companies, dividends paid.

Volume 124: Eastman Kodak Company Subsidiaries Outside the United States Combined Balance Sheet, 1956 with relative schedules
Volume 125: Eastman Kodak Company Subsidiaries Outside the United States Combined Balance Sheet, 1957 with relative schedules
Volume 126: Eastman Kodak Company Subsidiaries Outside the United States Combined Balance Sheet, 1958 with relative schedules
Volume 127: Eastman Kodak Company Subsidiaries Outside the United States Combined Balance Sheet, 1959 with relative schedules
Flat File 1: Image color characteristics of Kodak photographic papers (oversized poster)
Accrual: This item was purchased and added to the collection in October 2015.
Physical Location: This item is located in Alcove 7, File drawer 13.
Series 7: Kodak Research Laboratories
Box 186: Early Kodak Park History, and Product Development, 1880-1910
Folder 1. Copy of first photograph ever made, 1837
Folder 2. Advertisement of Wratten & Wainwright's London washed emulsions, 1878
Folder 3. Photographs depicting equipment needed for photography, 1881
Folder 4. Photograph of early sensitometer, H&D type, 1880
Folder 5. Roll film advertisements, 1887, 1889
Folder 6. Copy photographs of Dr. R.L. Maddox and R. Kennett, 1887
Folder 7. Kodak Park, photograph of land two years prior to Building #1, 1887
Folder 8. List Eastman Photographic Plates, 1888-1930
Folder 9. Interventions for processing Eastman stripping film, 1882
Folder 10. Advertisement for Carbutt's flexible film, 1888
Folder 11. Advertisement Eastman Dry Plate for Kodak Model 1A, 1888
Folder 12. Photographs of Model 1 Kodak camera, 1890
Folder 13. Photographs of Eastman roll film adaptor for plate camera, 1890
Folder 14. Advertisement for Transparent films
Folder 15. Camera and processing equipment for daguerreotype, 1890
Folder 16. Photograph of Photometer, 1890
Folder 17. Photograph of George Eastman in doorway Building #1, 1890
Folder 18. Advertisement for Eastman Kodak cameras, the start of Camera Works, 1890
Folder 19. Letter from W.K.L. Dickson to Eastman Dry Plate Company asking for film, 1890
Folder 20. Film coating space for both support and emulsion, 1892
Folder 21. Photograph of President Harrison's visit to Kodak Park for naming event, Memorial Day 1892
Folder 22. George Eastman testimonies in two patent suits, 1892
The testimony from the first suit: George A. Waters vs. Eastman related to a patent for photographic shutters. The second testimony was in the Hannibal Goodwin vs. Henry M. Reichenbach suit regarding transparent rollable film support.

Folder 23. Copy of 1895 Eastman catalog of products
Folder 24. Photograph of Kodak Park in its fifth summer, 1895
Folder 25. Photograph of early emulsion noodler, 1900
Folder 26. Catalogs of Kodak cameras, 1898-1900
Folder 27. Advertisement Velox Paper by Nepera Company, 1900
Folder 28. Instruction book: How to develop Kodak film, 1902
Folder 29. Advertisement of Koloid Plates, 1903
Folder 30. Advertisement for non-curling film, 1903
Folder 31. Advertisement for Wratten & Wainwright's "London Dry Plates, 1905, advertisement for Pan Plates, 1907
Folder 32. Catalogs of Kodak cameras, 1901-1915
Folder 33. Photographs of Kodak Park in its fifteenth summer, 1906
Folder 34. Advertisement for motion picture films, 1906
Folder 35. Newspaper clipping, photograph of Kodak Park taken by Box Kite camera, 1908
Folder 36. Photograph of aerial camera kites, 1908
Folder 37. Photo Dr. S. E. Sheppard, Storch, and Lehanin, Vienna, May 1908
Folder 38. photograph of Reverend Mees, father of Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, 1910
Box 187: Development of Laboratories, 1910-1921
Folder 1. Near infra red photography, negatives and positives taken by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, 1910 using Portugal red sensitized film with red filter, 5 minute exposure time
Folder 2. Advertisement for Kodak Dry Mounting tissue
Folder 3. Studio camera equipment (mfg unknown), 1910
Folder 4. Visit to Kodak by Governors of States, negative and positive, December 1911
Folder 5. Kodak Park, 1911
Photographs in this folder include the Kodak Park smoke stacks, drafting, filter, paper stock, engine and boiler rooms, dope mixing barrels, and two lunch rooms.

Folder 6. Inhibition print, created by F. E. Ives, ca. 1912
Folder 7. Photographs of kitchen and dining room at Kodak Park, 1912
Folder 8. List created by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees of equipment and costs to establish Kodak Research Labs in 1912
Folder 9. Letter from Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees to George Eastman, June11,1912 related to items for Building 3
Folder 10. Correspondence from Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees to George Eastman, May 3, 1913; July 15, 1914; November 2, 1914
In the 1913 letter Mees recommends a Mr. Crabtree. In the July 1914 letter Mees recommends hiring Hans Clarke. In the November 1914 letter Mees discuss the origins of the two color portrait process.

Folder 11. Report of the Research Labs for May 1913 and a summarized report for 1913
Folder 12. Master positives from several negatives, 16mm and 8mm
Folder 13. "The Future of Scientific Research" reprint, Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, 1914 in Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1914
Folder 14. Organizational chart, 1914
Folder 15. Color separation negatives of George Eastman, 1914
Scope and contents: Written on the original envelope, included in this folder is the name "Condax." Louis Condax worked in the Kodak Research Labs beginning in the 1940s and may have handled these negatives. Condax is best known for his work on the dye color transfer process.

Folder 16. Notes written by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees on research in the photography industry, 1914
Folder 17. Copy of newspaper article, "Mr. Eastman Gives History of the Goodwin Patent and its Relation to Kodak Co." Rochester Union & Advertiser, March 19,1914
Folder 18. Research Labs history, 1913-1914
Folder 19. "The Preparation of Synthetic Organic Chemicals at Rochester by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees and H. T. Clarke, 1921
This lecture was delivered before the Society of the Chemical Industry, Montreal on August 31,1921.

Folder 20. Group picture taken in Building #3 by J. I. Crabtree to celebrate a new flash powder, 1915
Included in this folder is a group photograph with staff members: Carrie Steward, Fred Altman, Nutting, Julian Blanchard, Chester Andrews, Bill Webb, Al Ballard, LA Jones, A.B. Clark, Rex Wilsey. Other photographs include images of J. G. Capstaff and Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees.

Folder 21. Photographs of Research Labs personnel, 1907-1915
Included in this folder is a photograph of Hans Clarke and William Webb, of the Organic Laboratory, Building #3 annex, 1915.

Folder 22. Photograph of P. C. Nutting, 1915
Volume 184: Kodak Park Course in Photography, 1916-1917
Volume 182: Christensen Process, Dr. S. E. Sheppard, 1914
Volume 183: "The Path of Science", 1945
This manuscript was written by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees and John R. Baker. It became the published work, by the same name.
For access to the library's copies of this book, please search the catalog or contact the department.

Volume 185: Notebook E. Photographic, Dr. S. E. Shepard, 1914
Volumes 185-186 contain inserts with designs and processes.

Volume 186: Notebook E2 Photographic, Dr. S. E. Sheppard
Volume 187: "Influence of Color Contrast on Visual Acuity"
Box 188: Aerial Photography, 1917-1920
Folder 1. Photographs of rooms and personnel in Building 3 (1 of 2)
Folder 2. Photographs of rooms and personnel in Building 3 (2 of 2)
Folder 3. Density meter created by Sanger-Shepard and Company, 1915
Folder 4. Minutes of committee meeting, August 23, 1915- Developers for high speed work
Folder 5. Report on the Functions of the Laboratory and Its Relation to the Various Departments of the Company
Folder 6. Number of employees by occupation, 1916
Folder 7. Letter from Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees to Arthur D. Little Inc. regarding synthetic organic chemical, 1916
Folder 8. Barnes Experimental camera used by Capstaff for 16mm research, photographs
Folder 9. Correspondence written by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, 1916, 1918, 1920
The letters in the folder were sent to the Mellon Institute, regarding the number of employees in Research Labs, November 9, 1916; Dr. EP Hedley on research pay practices, August 29,1916; George Eastman on establishing development department, June 28, 1918; Dr. EP Hadley on research policy, and confidentiality, February 5, 1918; Dr. Charles Herty regarding the Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry on synthetic organic chemistry, February 1920.

Folder 10. Organizational charts, 1918, 1920; list of employees, 1918
Folder 11. Kodak Park library catalog, 1916
Folder 12. Catalog of Eastman Kodak Company cameras, 1916-1918
Folder 13. Design and report of Air Craft cameras, 1917
This folder contains various reports to George Eastman from J. Thacher Clarke, 1913, 1917 and a National Research Council "Report Design of Aircraft Cameras" by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, August 16, 1917.

Folder 14. School for Aerial Photography, 1917
This folder containts correspondence, memos, notes, and course descriptions.

Folder 15. Details of courses taught in the School for Aerial Photograph, 1917
Folder 16. Photographs of School for Aerial Photography, negatives and positive photographs, 1917
Folder 17. Photograph of Captain AW Stevens U.S.A.A.S., 1920
Folder 18. Aerial photographs of World War I, 1918
Folder 19. French Air Force bulletin, 1918
This folder contains the Bulletin de la Section Technique de L'Aeronautique Militaire.

Folder 20. Kodak aerial cameras, 1920
This folder includes photographs of camera models, descriptions of tests on Kodak aerial cameras, film, development apparatus, and aerial photography history.

Box 189: Price lists, Early Company Outings, and Organizational Charts, 1917-1921
Folder 1. Aerial photography and aerial photos, training materials, 1919
Folder 2. Aerial photographs of Kodak Park and Rochester, 1920
Folder 3. Letter from A. K. Chapman to F. W. Bishop, 1917
Folder 4. Photographs of the corner of Ridge Road and Lake Avenue, 1918; Kodak Park from Lake Avenue, 1920
Folder 5. Metol situation in Chicago, 1918
Folder 6. Kodak Park buildings, 1918
Photographs include Assembly Hall (site of Building 86), Library building 3 with collections and researchers, Building 50.

Folder 7. "Preparation of Pure Nitrobenzene" prepared by W. A. Gruse, for the War Department Chemical Warfare Service, 1918
Folder 8. Photograph of Kodak Australasia Melbourne Sales, 284 Collins St., 1918
Folder 9. Photograph Early motion picture studio, 1918
Folder 10. Articles, 1918-1920
This folder includes a reprints of PG Nutting "Institutes of Applied Science," 1919; Production and supply of Synthetic Organic Chemicals in the United States by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees and Hans Clarke, 1920; "Modern Photographic Research at the Research Laboratory of the Eastman Kodak Company" by Alfred S. Cory, July 20, 1918

Folder 11. Price List Eastman Organic Chemicals number 1 January 1919
Folder 12. Research labs report, 1919
This folder includes the Annual Report of Work Done 1913-1919, and Problem cost analysis Research Labs, July-December 1919

Folder 13. Photograph of Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, and lab, 1920
Folder 14. Classification of employees, 1920
Folder 15. Electroplating rubber, synthetic organic chemicals, safety film product descriptions and photographs, 1920
Folder 16. Correspondence from S. E. Sheppard to Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, November 21, 1917
In addition to correspondence, this folder includes articles and information about coal and mineral oil fuel research.

Folder 17. Booklet Information Concerning the Research Laboratory of the Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York
This folder includes the 1921, 1922, and 1930 information booklets, as well as general background information about the research labs.

Folder 18. First annual picnic, 1921
This folder contains photographs and negatives of Glen Matthews, Dr. Frank E. Ross, Otto Cook, Isabel Schmidt, Earl Billings, Bill Hartman, Lester Righter, Harris Tuttle, Milton Filinus, and Ben Rush.

Folder 19. Rex B. Wilsey photograph, 1921
Folder 20. Kodak Pathe Vinvennes France, photographs, 1921
Folder 21. Photograph of early photostat camera, 1921
Box 190: Chemistry Department Products, Infra-red Film, and Aerial Photography, 1921-1930
Folder 1. Photographs of Kodak Park, 1921-1930
This folder includes photographs of the Kodak Park Fire Truck, manufacturing processes, Superintendents Lunch Club, Building 3: Office with personnel circa 1927, Building 59 construction, floor plan of original (front) portion of Building 59, Kodak Park entrance, sketch of Building 59 front elevation, 1927-1929, early library microfilm reader, Building 59, 1927-1930.

Folder 2. Photographs of personnel, 1921-1930
The personnel pictured here include Ludwig Silberstein, H. Stievers, SSE Sheppard, Godowski & Mannes in lab, and unidentified persons.

Folder 3. Organizational charts and lists of personnel, 1922-1929
This folder includes lists of personnel by year of hire through 1922, organizational chart, 1926, numbers of people in Synthetic Organic Chemistry Department, 1914-1926, list of employees, 1927, personnel working on Vinylite experiments, March 16, 1928, Classification of Research Labs personnel, 1928, Personnel of Chemistry Labs, 1929, and Chart with number of employees in Research Labs, 1929.

Folder 4. Photographs, notes, and cast list for film "Out of the Fog," 1922
Folder 5. Function areas for Physical and Inorganic Chemistry Department staff, 1923
Folder 6. "Eastman Company Announces Completion of Movie Outfit for Amateurs" Rochester Times Union, January 9, 1923
Folder Scope and contents: This folder contains a photographs of: centrifuges in nitrocellular department, 1924; 16mm camera load reel with film plug, 1924; apparatus for 16mm film mfg, 1920-30; chemical processes in mfg of film, 1929; emulsion making and coating, 1930.
Folder 8. "Local Scientists Receive French Group Honors," Rochester Times Union, December 5, 1925 and letter from the Editorial Department to Dr. Walter Clark, July 28, 1955
Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees was one of the three scientists honored.

Folder 9. Booklet: Desensitol the Ilford Desensitiser, ca. 1925
Folder 10. Photograph of studio of professional photographer, 1925
Folder 11. Photograph of Athletic area – Hanford Gate area, 1925
Folder 12. George Eastman and guests on the front steps of his home, 1926
Folder 13. Longest distance photograph made with infra-red film while flying in a balloon over California, 1928
This photograph is believes to have been taken by Captain Albert Stevens.

Folder 14. George Eastman visit to Harrow Research Labs, Kodak Limited, 1928
Folder 15. Correspondence from Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees to Management Advisory Committee, April 1, 1928
This material documents Mees's arguments in favor of building a new building, what would become Building 59.

Folder 16. General Information for Research Lab staff, before 1928
Folder 17. Photographs of KCD Hickman, 1929
Folder 18. Aerial photographs, 1929
Photographs in this folder include one image of Kodak Park; and the low stratosphere (Rainier region).

Folder 19. List of chemicals exhibited by the Chemistry Departments, 1929
Folder 20. Silver sulfide Speck photograph, 1929
Folder 21. Baryta paper coating windup, 1930
Folder 22. Cine Kodak Cameras- experimental and production modes, 1923-1930, photographs
Box 191: Kodak Park Expansion and Kodak Pathe, 1934-1937
Folder 1. Photographs of Building 59, 1934-1935
Folder 2. Catalog of Kodak cameras 1931-1934
Folder 3. Letter and copy of patent for the process- action of Light on Iodoform, developed by M. Clement, 1934
Folder 4. Photographic examples of vesicular, an early high speed film, 1935
Folder 5. Photograph demonstrating roll film paper backing manufacturing, 1935
Folder 6. Aerial photographs of Kodak Park, 1935, 1937
Folder 7. Photographs and negatives of Mannes and Godowsky playing the violin and piano, 1935
Folder 8. List of laboratories visited by National Research Council tour, October 22, 1935
Folder 9. Photographs burning cameras at Seiran, France, Kodak Pathe, 1935
Customs were invited to turn in old cameras in exchange for new ones. 20,000 cameras were collected and then destroyed by burning.

Folder 10. Photograph of Australasia plant, 1935
Folder 11. Organizational chart for Departments of Development and Research, 1936
Folder 12. Proposal for chemical research, Maurice Huggins, 1936
Folder 13. Kodachrome transfer (Sentiff) to glass or paper, 1936
Folder 14. Organizational chart, 1936
Folder 15. Telephone directory, 1936
Folder 16. Photograph of Micro-file camera, 1936
Folder 17. Notes on Industrial research organization, by [ Sheppard?], 1936
Folder 18. Construction of Lake Avenue wing of Building 59, negatives, 1936
Folder 19. Photograph of Synthetic Chemical Laboratory, Kodak West, 1936
Folder 20. Graph of floor area in Buildings 3, 4, 44, 16, 12, 30, 25, 59, 1912-1937
Folder 21. Total of employees, 1913-1937; lists of departments and special equipment, 1937
Folder 22. Photograph of new Harrow Research Lab, 1935
Box 192: Aerial Photography, 1937-1939
Folder 1. "Soft X-Ray motion pictures of small biological specimens," By H. F. Sherwood, Journal of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, Vol. 28, June 1937
Folder 2. Manual: Royal Air Force F-24 Camera, 1937
Folder 3. Graphs: Research and Development expenses, 1912-1937; Capital Investment Research Lab, 1912-1937
Folder 4. Color prints from Clyde Fisher on the Hayden Planetarium Expedition in Peru, July 16, 1937
This folder contains wash off relief prints from 35mm and 4 X 5 Kodachrome film of an eclipse in Peru.

Folder 5. Floor plan of Building 59 with Lake Avenue Wing, 1937
Folder 6. Photograph of the American Chemical Society in Rochester, New York, 1937
Folder 7. Clippings from Technicolor films, 1938
This folder contains clippings from Tom Sawyer, Goldwyn Follies, Gold is where you find it, Robin Hood, and Jungle Romance.

Folder 8. Aerial negatives: Duplication of autopositive film taken of Mount McKinley, 1938
Folder 9. Machine coating: number 100,000 by Emulsion Research Division, 1938
Folder 10. Photographs of Professor Luther's Visit, 1938
Folder 11. Press release and correspondence: Origin of word "Kodak", 1938
Folder 12. Summary of Recent Results in Photographic Theory," By L. Silberstein, July 25,1938
Folder 13. Photographs of Recordak equipment, 1938
Folder 14. Suggestions for exhibits by the Chemistry Department at the World's Fair in New York, 1939
Folder 15. Photograph of Kodaside advancer, not a magazine model, 1938
Folder 16. Aerial photography: Winter photographs of tree hit by shadow; Aerial photographs printed on aero mapping paper, 1939
Folder 17. Photographs documenting study of flash bombs for night aerial photography, 1938-1947
This folder contains numerous aerial photographs, newspaper articles, and a report by Walter Clark.

Box 193: Aerial Photograph, 1930s-1940s
Folder 1. Aerial negatives of Kodak Park West, 1939
Folder 2. Aerial photographs used in comparing Infra-red and regular aerial film, 1940
Folder 3. Aerial black and white transparencies taken using multi-contrast film, 1940
Folder 4. Earliest work on aerial camouflage detection, 1940
Folder 5. Negatives and prints from Clark/Washburn Alaska expedition, 1938
Folder 6. Color transparencies: comparison between Dufaycolor and Kodachrome, 1939 with report
Folder 7. Color print: earliest exposure of Kodak emulsion Kodachrome on Dotava base, 1939
Folder 8. Kodak Limited dinner program, honoring E. A. Robins, Esquire, put on by the Kodak Factory Superintendents' Lunch Club, 1939
Folder 9. Photographs of the 33 projector used at the 1939 World's Fair, 1939, and article
Folder 10. Kodak Limited Supper talks, 1938-1939
Folder 11. Kodachrome test exposure, 1939, with 1940 sample
Folder 12. Kodachrome portraits, 1939
Folder 13. Instruction booklet: Develochrome by Fink-Roselieve Company, 1940
Folder 14. Organizational charts, 1931-1940
Folder 15. Infra-red photographs, 1940
Aerial photograph, Traffic Survey, Washington, DC 1937.
Two photographs mounted on one card entitled "Flourite" one is taken with ordinary light, one with ultra-violet light. From Dr. L. Bendikson, Huntington Library & Art Gallery, San Marino, Calif. April 1936.
Photograph of landscaped garden with small pond, bridge, willow trees and other plantings,1935.
Same image as above, only more pronounced reflections of the plantings in the water,1935.
Spanish style elaborate house that seems to belong to the landscaped grounds mentioned above,1935.
Same image of house as above, only seems more focused, 1935.
Four sets of two images comparing a) photograph by ordinary light and b) photograph by Ultra Violet rays. Materials are Paper made of 1) cotton, 2) linen, 3) chemical wood and 4) mechanical wood, 1935.
Two images of same page from a medieval manuscript that has some text scored over, as if to censor, 1935. Three photographs of about 60 men seated in an auditorium. The text on the back of one reads "Photograph exposed in darkness on high speed Infra- red Plate. Infra-red radiation supplied by fifteen 1000 watt incandescent lamps filtered to transmit only infrared. Exposure 1 sec. at f/3.5 1935, [October 10, 1931?].
Two photographs of a patient's leg. One shows a leg as a normal image, the other showing what appear to be blood vessels,1935.
Three images of the same landscape scene [1933] labeled as follows: Panchromatic #25 Filter "'600-"'700; Kryptocyanine #70 Filter "'700-"'800; Neocyanine Liquid Filter "'850-"'900
Two images of the same typewritten document dated January 23, 1932 with the signature of L.H. Sarnoff. One has handwriting superimposed upon it that is seen with one photograph and not with the other.
Moonlight scene made in daylight by the use of film sensitive to infra-red light and of a light filter, 1933.
The marble bust. [two copies], 1933.
Two images of an African American man with significantly different grey scale to clothing and skin tones. Apparently taken with different photographic processes. 1933.
Folder 16. Lecture: The Eastman Kodak Company, by [Clark?], 1940
This folder also includes Kodachrome slides of Professor R. Luther and Dr. Cottrell, 1937

Box 194: Product Development in the 1930s
Folder 1. Chart of classifications of materials by speed contrast, 1930
Folder 2. Amateur processing by hand, 1930, photograph
Folder 3. Lighting shadowless – early ring light, 1930, photograph
Folder 4. Photomicrography with box camera, 1930, photograph
Folder 5. Draft for book on phototheory, Dr. S. E. Sheppard, 1930
Folder 6. Apparatus for laminating 35mm film with Kodapak, photographic rendering, 1930
Folder 7. Stereoscopic effect of large aperture long focus lenses, photographs and informational essay, 1930
Folder 8. Example of Polychrome process, 1931, F.E. Ives
Folder 9. Aerial photographs, 1931, 1934
This folder contains a negative and print of Kodak Park 1931, aerial photo oblique – by A.W. Stevens, and lower Manhattan.

Folder 10. Invitation to first Research Lab open house, December 2, 1931
Folder 11. Organizational chart, 1931
Folder 12. List of Laboratories and Departments and Special Equipment, for general tours, 1931
Folder 13. Photographs of Kodak Park Operations
Baryta coating
Level control emulsion coating
Making silver nitrate
Paper backing for roll film
Emulsion making
Refrigeration compressors
Paper making
Chemicals used in the manufacture of photographic film and applications
Paper making, Mr. Beater
Loading nitrated cotton onto dope mixers
Unloading cotton [linters?] recrystalizing silver nitrate
Alpha cellulose for photographic paper
Nitrated cotton
Folder 14. Photographs: Harrow Lab Library, Kodak Limited, 1931
Folder 15. Notice of wage and salary reduction, 1932
Folder 16. Summary report on service and research problems on film support and plastics, 1932
Folder 17. Earliest Electron microscope photos produced, 1932
This folder includes remarks, the society's annual reports, and program for their visit.

Folder 18. Visit of Royal Astronomical Society, 1932
Folder 19. "Personalities Behind the Photographic Industry: Men who control the "Big Three"', September 1932
Folder 20. Wash-off relief print, 1933, produced by William H. Kunz
Folder 21. Correspondence, photographs, and product development, infra-red photography, 1933-1935
Folder 22. Rough draft of "Film Speeds" by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, 1933
Folder 23. Copies of invitation, article, and award for Dr. Theodore A. Russell's retirement, 1934
Folder 24. "Advancement of Lovejoy and Stuber Praised by Dr. Jacobstein" Rochester Evening Journal April 13,1934
Folder 25. Eastman Memorial Dedication remarks and photograph, September 1934, photographs, 1938
Folder 26. Photographs and information for the Kodak School of Professional Photography, 1935
This folder includes a brochure that outlines the curriculum.

Box 195: Infra-red, exposed by Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, 1910- Glass plate negatives
Box 196: Aerial Photography: 1941-1943
Folder 1. Images of Rush Rhees Library, University of Rochester, 1938
Folder 2. Aerial photograph negatives, 1940. Possibly created by Dr. W. Clark
Folder 3. Imbibition aerial color transparencies and correspondence, July 17, 1941
Folder 4. Aerial photographs taken at night, 1941
The envelope containing these photographs has the word "spark." It is unclear what that term refers to.

Folder 5. "Summary of Aerial Camera Tests made in Rochester between July 24 and August 3, 1942" by the Eastman Kodak Company and the Material Division of the Army Air Force (2 copies)
Folder 6. Report submitted by the Royal Air Force (RAF) on night photography with aircraft camera, May 1942
Folder 7. "Night Photography," Volume 1. Prepared by Minister of Aircraft Production, 1943
Folder 8. "Leading Particulars of Photographic Equipment," prepared by Minister of Aircraft Production, February 16, 1944
Folder 9. "Photographic Equipment Manual," Volume 1. Prepared by Command of the Air Council, 1943
Folder 10. Continuous Film Processing Unit: description of their operations, repairs, and modifications. Prepared by Minister of Aircraft Production, 1943
Folder 11. "A report on the development of a recirculating impingement type aero film dryer" by Albert E. Beguin, 1943
Oversized poster: "Night photography with bombing, prepared by Ministry of Aircraft Production, March 1943.
Box 197: Color Processes, 1941-1944
Folder 1. [Instructions for printing and processing aero paper in] Type N-2 portable laboratory, 1943
Please note that the title of this folder has been supplied, as the original document had no front cover, but is believed to be the same as the report in Box 196, Folder 12, for the N-2.

Folder 2. Aerial photograph using electric flash lamp at Wright Field, assembly of electric flash lamp, 1943
Folder 3. Photographs of inside Building 59, 1936-1940
Folder 4. "Army Flashlight bomb illuminates objectives for night air picture" article clipping, 1940
Folder 5. Photographs of personnel, 1931-1940
Included in the folder is a 4 X 5 color transparency produced in 1940s, as well as photographs of Miss Goucher, Dr. L. A. Jones, Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, Leopold Godowsky, Leopold Mannes and Mr. Carlton, Otto Cook, Mr. Sulzer, Mr. Hopkins, J. P. Yeaple, R. N. Titus, A. Robson, W. T. W. Pepper, T. F. Murray, E. C. Yacheu, S. W. Davidson, L. M. Minsk, L. T. Hallett, R. H. Van Dyke, G. P. Waugh, H. LeB. Gray, W. D. Henyon, Miss M. McKee, E. W. Taylor.

Folder 6. Drawing of the 1B Sensitometer, 1940
Folder 7. Proposal for Tropical Research Laboratory in Panama, by Walter Clark April 8,1940
Folder 8. Conference report on proposed Tropical Research Laboratory in Panama, by Walter Clark April 8,1940
Folder 9. Photograph and press release for rare earth glass, 1941
Folder 10. Kodacolor experiment, 1941
Folder 11. Matte sprayed Kotava prints, 1941
Folder 12. Envelope that contained reversal Kodacolor experiment that led to Ektachrome, 1941.
Folder 13. Vitachrome prints from Kodachrome, 1943
Box 198: Aerial Photography, 1942-1945
Folder 1. Correspondence, August, 27, 1941; May 17, 1943
This folder contains a letter from Walter Clark to N. M. Perrins, regarding the word "Wratten". There is a second letter written from W. M. Gabel to Dr. Charles Edward Kenneth Mees on the relation of Research Labs to customers.

Folder 2. Early Kotavachrome prints hand processed
Folder 3. Charts: Research and development expenses 1912-1941; problems, reports, papers and employees, 1912-1941
Folder 4. "The Home of Kodak in Canada"
This booklet was given out as a souvenir after visiting Kodak Heights in Toronto.

Folder 5. Test results from Fast Infra-red film, 1941 (1 of 2)
These tests led to the production of Infra-red film type II.
This folder contains the results of seven different tests that were conducted.

Folder 6. Test results from Fast Infra-red film, 1941 (2 of 2)
These tests led to the production of Infra-red film type II.
This folder contains the results of ten different tests that were conducted.

Folder 7. "Charles W. Frederick and his contribution to the development of the Kodak Glass", 1942
Folder 8. Laminating Eastman Matte transfer paper to metal; Apparatus for photometric filters, photographs, 1942
Folder 9. 3 color separation print made by DuFay, 1942; Kotavachrome color print of General Arnold, Chief of US Army Air Force, 1943
Folder 10. Lists of visitors from South American countries, and photographs, 1943
Folder 11. Photographs of Photo-finishing operations at Kodak Offices, 1943
Folder 12. Kotavachrome prints Col. GW Goddard Air Force
Folder 13. Graphic arts: Kodak Layout Paint, Transfax, 1944
Folder 14. Photographs: apparatus to test resolution of aerolenses; Aerial photo – Half tone from Kodachrome, Kodak Park, 1944
Folder 15. Aerial Photography: Forestry survey – gypsy moth defoliation, 1944
Folder 16. List of physical chemistry of polymers, 1944
Folder 17. Color photographs, I.S. prints, 1944
Folder 18. "Retirement of Mr. FC Mattison," in the Kodak Bulletin, February 1944