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The Eastman Dry Plate Company became Eastman Kodak in 1892. After decades of involvement in the area of cameras and film, Kodak has now repositioned itself as a digital imaging enterprise, although it still manufacture certain types of specialty films and Kodak-branded cameras are still sold in parts of the developing world.
The oldest of these instructions is a 1909 booklet dealing with the Brownie Camera No. 3. The latest is a 1965 booklet concerning Kodak Wratten Filters for Scientific and Technical Use. The full range of items cover the growth of Kodak.
This is a collection of eight pamphlets covering topics such as printing papers, lantern slides, filters and motion picture film.
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