Pamphlet titled 'Dental Health and X Rays', likely compiled by Kodak Australasia for the Dental Health Education Committee of the Australian Dental Association, 1963. However, while this is almost identical to a brochure that Kodak compiled it does not credit Kodak and has a slightly different text order, illustrations, and cover.

It was originally stored in a folder with a draft version of this booklet, a different version of the final booklet, and another pamphlet titled 'How to Save Your Teeth'. It is unclear who authored the work because different versions credit Kodak while others only credit the Dental Health Education Committee of the Australian Dental Association.

This document belongs to 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.

Physical Description

Fold-out, glossy paper pamphlet or leaflet, printed in yellow and black colour scheme with black and white dental x-rays and photographs throughout. The cover features a woman in a dentists' chair facing the camera, with the x-ray equipment against her jaw and and a dentist holding the dental film up.

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