Monochrome photograph of a group of male Kodak employees relaxing on the lawns and gardens of the Kodak Australasia factory grounds in Abbotsford, Victoria, circa 1930s.

At the far right is Jim Myers, a tradesman in the workshops, and second from right with a pipe in his mouth is Harry Chambers - the full time knife and guillotine sharpener who operated a 1 foot wide, water cooled sandstone whetstone to sharpen all the factory blades.

Description of Content

Several men in suits sitting and lying on a grassy knoll outdoors beneath a large palm. Other employees and trees are visible in the background on the far side of a curved path.

Physical Description

Monochrome photograph, landscape format, with white border.

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