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Folder - Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd, Kodacolor Enlargement Masking Guide for Standard 135 Negatives, 1965 Object Reg. No: HT 23088

Summary:
Negative folder with printed guidelines for Kodacolor enlargement masking for standard 135 negatives, 1965.

Kodak manufactured and distributed a wide range of photographic products to Australasia, such as film, paper, chemicals, cameras and miscellaneous equipment. Its client base included amateur and professional photographers, as well as specialist medical and graphic art professionals who used photography, x-ray and other imaging techniques.

This object is part of the Kodak collection of products, promotional materials, photographs and working life artefacts collected from Kodak Australasia in 2005, when the Melbourne manufacturing plant at Coburg closed down.
Description:
Yellow paper folder with black ink print.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Kodak (Australasia) Pty Ltd, 2005
Acknowledgement:
Courtesy of Kodak (Australasia) Pty Ltd.
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 43 mm (Height), 152 mm (Width)

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Tagged with: making history - kodak collection
Themes this item is part of: Images & Image Making Collection, Kodak Heritage Collection, Baker & Rouse
Primary Classification: PHOTOGRAPHY
Secondary Classification: Image Storage
Tertiary Classification: folders
Inscriptions: Text, print: 'KODACOLOR ENLARGEMENT MASKING GUIDE FOR STANDARD 135 NEGATIVES (24 X 36MM)/SUBMIT SINGLE/NEGATIVES./(NOT STRIPS)/IF HORIZONTAL/FORMAT IS/DESIRED/Made by/Kodak'
Date Made: Coburg, Victoria, Australia, 1965
Organisation Named: Kodak (Australasia) Pty Ltd, Coburg, Victoria, Australia, 1965

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