Ontario Beach Park – #21

In early 1907 the Park constructed a solid board fence around the Park so that people couldn’t see the outdoor vaudeville shows without paying admission. The first band of the season was Rosanti’s Famous Naval Reserve Band. Then for two weeks was the Navassar Band,  a 50 piece group of lady musicians. The picture of …

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Ontario Beach Park – #20

Before the Park opened in 1907 a change was made by the NY Central Railroad. They removed the loop that was inside the Park. Instead they built a large terminal platform just to the south of Beach Avenue. It is the second year of the new owners of the Park and they are adding many …

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Another Kodak Employee Magazine

I recently uploaded the Sept. 1926 issue of The Kodak Magazine. This issue has a few pictures of employee picnics. The picture on right is the picnic of the “Stock Record” department (whatever that was). Kodak had magazines and newsletters for employees for over 100 years. The earliest was Kodak Park Bulletin which was published …

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