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La historia de Kodak, en fotos

The New Folding Pocket Kodak. From Duke Digital Collections. Collection: Emergence of Advertising in America

(8) “So simple it can easily [be] operated by any school boy or girl," Brownie ads claimed. The Brownie was often marketed toward children, further emphasizing its simplicity and ease of use. Kodak offered a free organization called the Brownie Camera Club for people under 16 that rewarded prizes for the best photos. In this way, Kodak Brownies encouraged children to use photography as a platform to tell their story and express themselves. Source: Spokane Daily Chronicle, Image…

1908 "Youth's Companion" "Let the Children Kodak. There is pleasure and instruction, there's education in taking the pictures, there's a constantly growing charm in the pictures themselves.

Kodak poster printed in France with German slogan. "Winter is Over! Hurry Up and Grab your Kodak!" eproduced from painting commissioned from well-known artists. Meant for hanging in camera shops.

Kodak poster printed in France with German slogan. Hurry Up and Grab your Kodak!" eproduced from painting commissioned from well-known artists. Meant for hanging in camera shops.

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