Former Health Imaging General Manager for Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd, Elizabeth Delahunty's security pass, circa 2000. It is attached to a Sydney 2000 Olympic Games/Kodak lanyard.

Elizabeth Delahunty managed the Olympic Polyclinic, one of Kodak Australasia's major contributions during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. The Olympic Village Polyclinic allowed for digital imaging to be created from X-ray, Computer Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Ultrasound images. Continuing Kodak's long history of providing medical imaging at the Olympics, first begun at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, these technological advances allowed for fast and accurate diagnosis of sports injuries.

This object complements the Kodak Heritage 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.

Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd 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.

Physical Description

Rectangular plastic photo ID card inside black plastic holder, clipped to yellow Kodak/Sydney 2000 Olympic lanyard. Lanyard has clipseal at one end and two metal clips or carabiners at the end. Printed with black and red text.

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