Colour photograph of Graham Francis shaking hands with Stuart Sanderson behind a table covered in opened presents at Graham's retirement celebrations. A crowd of Kodak staff are gathered around and someone is signing his large farewell card. Graham retired in 1981 at the age of 57, after forty one years with the company, much of that time as a buyer in the Purchasing Department. The photograph was taken with Kodak Instant Film, a short-lived and rare film type due to the ensuing patent infringement lawsuit won by Polaroid in 1985.

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Man in blue suit with his back to camera shakes another man's hand. The other man is adjusting his tie. A woman's hand can be seen holding a large card and pen at the far right of the image. Table of presents in foreground. Crowd of people in background, smiling and talking.

Physical Description

Colour photograph, landscape format, printed on Kodak Instant Film paper, which has a black plastic backing and white border around the picture.

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