Photographic Card of Kodak Park, Visitor's Pass, SIGNED By George Eastman. Pass to Mr. Lyon and Party, to View Kodak Park Works on June 1st, or June 2nd. 1912. Signed By Eastman Himself.


Author: EASTMAN, GEORGE. ( KODAK )
Illustrator: None/Unknown
Edition: Unknown
Price: £85




Description:

Published in 1912 by Unknown Publisher, in Unknown Location.
Seller notes: The Card Measures 5 3/4 X 3 3/4 Inches. Apart from a Small Tear to The Margin (without loss), it is in a Fine Condition. ----------------------------------------George Eastman (1854-1932), was an ingenious man who contributed greatly to the field of photography. He developed dry plates, film with flexible backing, roll holders for the flexible film, a Kodak camera (a convenient form of the camera for novices), and an amateur motion-picture camera. Through his experimental photography, he accumulated a large sum of money. His philanthropic personality prompted him to give his money to various business endeavors, including the University of Rochester.------------------THIS ITEM IS AUTHENTIC AND THE SIGNATURE IS GUARANTEED.



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