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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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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Talk on Odenbach Shipbuilding Corp.

This Tuesday (Sept. 8th) there is a talk titled “History of Odenbach Shipbuilding during World War II” by Marie Poinan.  This talk will be at the Greece Public Library at 7:00pm. The Odenbach Shipbuilding Corporation built tankers, tugs, landing barges and marine cranes on Dewey Avenue near lake Ontario from 1942 until 1947.  The company …

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D-Day Anniversary

Today is the anniversary of D-Day invasion of Normandy that occurred on June 6, 1944. Approx. 156,000 troops from the U.S., Britain and Canada planned and executed the largest seaborne invasion in history. A fantastic feat of organization of naval, armies and air forces made this invasion succeed. Nothing that I could write would be …

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