Colour photograph of a shopfront window display at a Bradley Chemist, which appears to be the outlet in Footscray, Victoria.
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 cameras and projectors. There is an oval sign reading 'Bradley' adhered to the window and a display of cough jubes and other pharmaceutical products on a shelf beneath the cameras. The window is bordered by grey-blue tiles. A bike is parked out front.
Square colour photograph with white border
Place & Date Depicted
Footscray, Greater Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1960s
This is possibly the Bradley Chemist located in Footscray, circa 1960s - http://www.picturevictoria.vic.gov.au/site/maribyrnong/miscellaneous/4894.html + http://aso.gov.au/titles/historical/footscray-1971/clip1/ It is likely that Ron Williamson took this photograph as part of his role with Kodak Australasia.
Type of item
Image Dimensions - Photograph
89 mm (Width), 89 mm (Height)
Photography, Photographic Products, Cameras, Photographic Film, Advertising, Marketing, Promotional Materials, Window Displays, Shopfronts, Shop Fit-Out, Retailing, Retail Displays, Chemists, Pharmacies