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I have been in this Photo business for almost 20 years and customers keep asking me what is the best way to preserve memories?

U.S. Navy Cine Kodak Special 16mm motion picture camera.

U.S. Navy Cine Kodak Special 16mm motion picture camera.

"The Kodak Girl" - Sheet Music with Photographic Theme - 1902    The 1902 sheet music, The Kodak Girl, is a March and Two-Step composed by William T. Cramer and dedicated to the Eastman Kodak Company. A cut in illustration shows an early version of the "Kodak Girl" who was an important part of Kodak advertising for over a hundred years.

"The Kodak Girl" - 1902 sheet music, March and Two-Step composed by William T. Cramer dedicated to the Eastman Kodak Company. Illustration shows an early version of the "Kodak Girl," who was an important part of Kodak advertising for more than 100 years.

Vintage Kodak poster -- < found when I pinned ... http://www.pinterest.com/pin/507710557966751415/ . >

Vintage Kodak poster(if somebody got this for me I would LOVE them sooo much)

My first camera was a Kodak Instamatic with the flashcube, circa 1966. And of course during my years as a 35mm photog, I used Kodak film -- lots of Kodak film, including bulk film that I rolled into cartridges. Tri-X, Kodacolor, Ektachrome, Kodachrome... these were brand names that were part of my identity for years.

Today's Kodak Moment: Bankruptcy

: Interesting Photos of Catalog Kodak Covers through the Years

vintage everyday: Interesting Photos of Catalog Kodak Covers Through the Years

Vintage WWII U s Signal Corps Kodak 35 Photograph Photography Field Kit Ad

WWII Kodak 35 Civilian and Kodak 35 Signal Corps camera ad.

Kodak Flash Bantam Camera Ad - 1948

Kodak Flash Bantam Camera Ad - 1948

Kodak Kodachrome-X Vintage Film Box 35mm Film Ilford

Kodak Kodachrome-X - Vintage Film Box - 35mm Film - Ilford Agfa - Art Print Poster

Kodak Kodachrome-X - Vintage Film Box - Film - Ilford Agfa - Art Print Poster

1888, First Kodak camera: Nancy Martha West, Kodak and the Lens of Nostalgia (Univ. of Virginia, 2000).

Kodak and the Lens of Nostalgia (Cultural Frames, Framing Culture) by Nancy Martha West