Black and white photograph of Mr Corder, Assistant Superintendent of Film Coating at Kodak Limited in Harrow, in the United Kingdom, circa 1940s.
Part of a collection of research material and artefacts assembled by former Kodak Australasia employee Nigel Beale while he was writing Kodak's company history in the 1980s.
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, educational, defence, scientific and graphic art professionals who used photography, x-ray and other imaging techniques.
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Man standing in a laneway between two brick buildings. The man is wearing a winter coat over a shirt and tie. He wears glasses, and has his hands behind his back. Pipes connect the two buildings in the background, and there are metal columns in front of the building at right.
Black and white landscape format photograph with white border, mounted on cream card. This photograph is located top left of the page when looking at the photographs and caption in their correct viewing position.
Donation from Barbara Beale, 07 Mar 2012
Film Emulsion Department, Kodak Limited, Kodak Limited Factory, Harrow, England, Great Britain, 1940s
Mr Corder is probably standing between film coating / emulsion department buildings at Kodak Limited in Harrow.
Photograph, Black & White
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