Kodak News – April 2016

There was a settlement announced this week where some current and former Kodak employees will be getting some money. The settlement amount is $9.7 million minus lawyers fees. That could be divided by as many 21,000 people. Some local TV stations are reporting this case like each person would be getting equal amounts but that …

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Kodak History Notes – Their Biggest WWII Secret

During the early days of World War II a chemist at Kodak noticed that a family in his neighborhood just disappeared suddenly. It was a time when there were many government secrets related to the War. A few weeks later he was asked he wanted to move his family to aid in the war effort. …

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Kodak Potpourri

I uploaded nine new Kodak items. Three are magazines for US employees. Four are magazines for Kodak Canada employees. Then there are two magazines for people that used Kodakchrone film in the 1940s. The Jan. 1930 issue of the The Kodak Magazine you may find has some objectionable content. That issue reports on a minstrel …

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More Kodak Employee Magazines

I uploaded 5 more Kodak magazines. These are magazines that were issued to employees in the US from 1920 to at least 1943. In 1943 Kodak then started Kodakery which was in newspaper format. That was sent to employees until 2005 when they started just sending employees emails. The issues that I uploaded are: Vol. …

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Kodak History Notes – Disc Camera

In 1982 Kodak release a range of cameras that were completely different. The Disc camera had 15 little pieces of film mounted on a disc that would rotate as you took a picture. The film was inside a cartridge that you could only put in the camera one way so you couldn’t make a mistake …

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