INTODUCTION / By: Lodoe-Laura Haines-Wangda
Lodoe-Laura Haines-Wangda introduces the Kodak Canada: The Early Years (1899-1939) exhibition at the Ryerson Image Centre from January 23 - February 24, 2019.
WOMEN AT WORK: AT KODAK HEIGHTS AND FEMALE EMPLOYMENT IN THE 1920s / by: Kate Fogle
Kate Fogle uses texts and images from the company's internai bi-monthly magazine At Kodak Heights to unpack the presence of female workers at Kodak Canada.
DIFFICULT HISTORIES: LOOKING BENEATH THE SURFACE / by: Misty-Dawn MacMillan
Misty-Dawn MacMillan takes a critical look at the Kodak Canada Corporate Archives by addressing black-face photographs documenting the Kodak Minstrels.
SHOOTING THE GREAT WAR: KODAK CAMERAS AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR / by: Olivia Jenkins
Olivia Jenkins examines amateur photography by soldiers during the First World War, despite its illegality under military law. She looks specifically at how Kodak actively promoted the Vest Pocket and Autographic cameras to soldiers.