Colour photograph of a shopfront window display at an unknown chemist, in 1963. Pharmacies were often Kodak photographic dealers, selling product and accepting customers' film for processing.

This image is part of a collection by former Kodak employee Ron Williamson. Ron maintained a small collection of Kodak products and souvenirs after he retired from Kodak. He displayed these souvenirs in albums and in his home, highlighting his loyalty and attachment to the company.

Description of Content

Window display featuring Kodak camera outfits, cameras, and packets of Kodak film. There is one poster with the slogan 'There's no place like home for Kodak pictures' with a cartoon house full of promotional material. Another features two children and there are yellow paper streamers throughout the window. The window angles towards an open door to the shop, where inside further products can be seen. The window is bordered with white tiles and promotional material for pharmaceutical goods like toothpaste.

Physical Description

Square colour photograph with white border

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