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Product and research records

Sub-series contains records from 1904 to 1966 detailing recipes, instructions and procedures pertaining to the creation or repair of Kodak products, as well as reports stemming from photographic chemical research produced by Kodak and by external authors. Sub-series includes: recipes and instructions for producing photographic chemicals, papers, emulsions, dyes, and other materials; standard practices used in paper coating and emulsion; daily production logbooks; paper production stock records; and records detailing equipment and procedures used to repair Kodak products.

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King street equipment and motor list

Item is a folder containing a list, entitled "Schedule of Machinery, Canadian Kodak Co., Limited," detailing equipment purchased by Canadian Kodak for its King Street location. The list includes prices for each piece of equipment and is organized by department. Folder also includes aggregate sums for each department.

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[Engineering field book of Kodak Heights complex]

Item is an engineering notebook for work done on the Kodak Heights complex. Work includes: levels for buildinig 3a, levels for floor plates in P.C. Alley - Building 3A, levels for catch basins N.W. corner 3A, topographic survey East of building 8 for building 10 (cancelled), levels for ser. sewer North and East of building 1

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Field Notes of Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd.

Item is an egineering notebook for work on the Kodak Heights complex. Work includes levels along the north end of the east property line, levels along the north property line, levels for proposed Liquid Chemical Storage Building, levels along the proposed location of pipeliness from building 6 to site of propdsed chemical storage building, levels for fire line to chemical vault, survey for city water main east of building 3, survey for outlet sewer to Eglinton Ave., data for propsed water main, Topographical survey for power and soution building, levels for parking lot North property, levels North property East from 1941 contours, SUrvey for underground alcohol storage tank East from building 4, East end North property.

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Engineering field notes

Sub-sub-series contains notebooks and loose pages documenting the work of the engineering department at Kodak Heights. Notes detail the construction, repairs, and renovations of buildings on the site as well as land surveys.

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Report on the official opening of the Kodak processing laboratory in North Vancouver, B.C.

File includes a post-event report on the official opening of the Kodak Canada Vancouver processing laboratory. The report documents the opening event, held on October 18, 1961, as well as a dealer open house, held on October 19, 1961. Report includes descriptions of the events, invitations, and programs.

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The move of the distribution warehouse from Kodak Heights to Kodak Brampton

Item is a report written in 1972 reviewing the move of Kodak Canada's distribution warehouse from Kodak Heights to Brampton in April of 1971. Binder is divided into the following sections: introduction; facts and figures; meetings; memoranda; personnel; schedules; worklist; and miscellaneous.

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Records pertaining to the Kodak Canada Toronto Expansion Program

File contains records pertaining to the Kodak Canada "Toronto Expansion Program" (TEP). Instigated in 1986, the program involved the closure of Kodak Canada's Brampton facilities and the expansion of its facilites at Kodak Heights. File includes the TEP internal newsletter from August 1986 to October 1987, photocopies of news clippings posted to the internal TEP bulletin board, and a draft document overviewing the history of the program.

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Records pertaining to the 1977 Kodak Brampton open house

File contains records related to the planning and execution of an open house held at Kodak Canada's Brampton facilities in 1977. The event celebrated the completion of the paper finishing building (building #35) and was held October 14 - 15, 1971. File includes: notes, correspondence, memos, meeting minutes, budgets, site plans, invitations, posters, and pamphlets. File also includes a dossier, divided into subjects, providing a detailed de-briefing of the event.

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Records pertaining to the 1973 Kodak Brampton open house and family night

File contains records related to the planning and execution of an open house and family nights held at Kodak Canada's Brampton facilities in 1973. The events celebrated the completion of the second phase of the plant with the opening of the colour print and processing building (building #34). The family nights were held on September 21 and 24, 1973; the open house was held October 18-20, 1973. File includes invitations, meeting minutes, event schedules, correspondence, posters, maps, and other ephemera.

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Records pertaining to the 1971 Kodak Brampton open house events

File contains records related to events held in October and November of 1971 to celebrate the completion of the initial phase of Kodak Canada's Brampton facilities. These events include an open house held October 14-15, 1971, a Kodak retirees tour held October 20, 1971, and a dealer night held November 17, 1971. File includes invitations, promotional pamphlets, meeting minutes, posters, and other ephemera.

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Records pertaining to the Kodak Brampton distribution centre opening ceremony

File contains records related to the planning and execution of the opening ceremony for Kodak Canada's Brampton facility. The event was held at the Brampton plant on June 7, 1971. Many regional politicians were invited to attend and Ontario Premier William G. Davis helped preside over the ribbon cutting. File includes: notes, meeting minutes, project reports, order forms, correspondence, site plans, press releases, event programs, and other ephemera.

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Internal documents and correspondence related to land purchase and construction

File contains miscellaneous internal records related to the purchase of land and the construction of Kodak Canada's Brampton facility. Includes speech scripts, internal memos and correspondence, correspondence with Eastman Kodak, documents related to the township of Chinguacousy, and other ephemera.

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Records pertaining to the Kodak Brampton plant

Sub-sub-series consists of records pertaining to the purchase, construction, opening, and closing of the Kodak Plant in Brampton, Ontario from 1968 to 1987. Kodak purchased land for the site in 1968. Construction on the first building--the Distribution Centre--was completed in 1971. Kodak closed down operations of the Brampton plant in 1987 as part of its "Toronto Expansion Program," designed to consolidate Kodak Canada's facilities at its expanded Kodak Heights site. Sub-sub-series includes correspondence, press and publicity records, records pertaining to the planning of open houses and other events, news clippings, construction orders and contracts, and records pertaining to the Toronto Expansion Program.

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Records pertaining to plant procedures

File includes documents and correspondence sent from Eastman Kodak Company to Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. in 1952 pertaining to plant procedures. Includes procedures for: purchasing, transferring, disposing and maintaining capital asset facilites; ordering maintenance repair; creating budgets; and others. Also includes blank forms pertaining to maintenance and construction timing and the creation of budget estimates.

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Records pertaining to Eastman Photographic Materials Ltd. store, Montreal

File contains records pertaining to the facilities of Eastman Kodak Stores, Montreal from 1934 to 1956. File includes documents pertaining to inspections of the Craig Street office, including documents and technical drawings related to the building's structural integrity and to a fire that occurred in an adjacent builiding in 1943.

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Records pertaining to the history of building #18

File contains correspondence, pamphlets, and photocopied articles pertaining to the history of Kodak Heights building #18. The building was purchased from Moore Business Forms by Kodak Canada in 1981 and housed Kodak's engineering offices from that date until its demolition in 1987 as part of the Toronto Expansion Program (TEP).

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Miscellaneous records related to Kodak Heights construction and maintenance

File contains miscellaneous correspondence, specifications, orders, and contracts related to the construction, outfitting, and maintenance of Kodak Heights from 1913 to 1969. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, Kodak (Australasia) Pty. Ltd., and numerous contractors.

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Miscellaneous correspondence with Eastman Kodak

File includes miscellaneous correspondence between Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. and Eastman Kodak Company pertaining to construction, maintenance, and operations of Kodak Heights between 1913 and 1940. Topics include land surveying and levelling, building insurance, flooring, structural steel, and equipment and materials handling procedures. File also contains orders of equipment made by Canadian Kodak through the Kodak Park Works Department, as well as technical drawings related to land surveys of the Kodak Heights property.

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Records related to the use of building #5 as barracks during WWI

File includes two letters written March 13 and 14, 1916, by Kodak Canada Engineer in Charge, C.O. Flint (a.k.a C.K. Flint), detailing the use of Kodak Heights building #5 as barracks for the 127th battalion during World War I. Also includes a magazine clipping pertaining to the same subject and two photocopies of the "Kodak barracks -- Mt. Dennis Standing Orders" by Lt. Col. F.F. Clarke.

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Records pertaining to C.E. Deakin Company Ltd. contracts

File contains correspondents and construction schedules pertaining to contracts completed by the C.E. Deakin Company, Ltd. of Mount Dennis, Ontario from 1914 to 1916. The company was contracted to perform a number of tasks in the construction of Kodak Heights, including work on the Power house (building #1) and the railway trestle. File includes correspondence with the Canadian Inspection & Testing Laboratories, which performed testing on cement used by the C.E. Deakin, as well as with T. Pringle & Sons, which appears to have collaborated with C.E. Deakin on at least one contract.

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Records related to laundry machines

File includes records pertaining to the purchase, installation, and maintenance of washers and dryers at Kodak Heights. Includes internal correspondence between Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. and Eastman Kodak Company, as well as correspondence and orders with the Canadian Laundry Machine Co. Limited of Toronto.

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Records pertaining to the construction of the employee builidng (building #9)

File contains correspondence and orders related to the construction and outfitting of the Kodak Heights employee building (building #9). Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd. and numerous contractors. Work on the building began on March 24, 1939 when Cedarvale Tree Experts moved trees in preparation for construction. The building was completed in 1940.

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Records pertaining to the gelatine blending building (building #6)

File includes correspondence and orders related to the construction and outfitting of the gelatine blending building (building #6) at Kodak Heights. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., the Detroit Cement Floor Company, the Dominion Bridge Company, and Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd.. Construction of building #6 began on November 6, 1929.

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Records pertaining to the power house (building #1)

File includes specifications, contracts, correspondence, and technical drawings related to the construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of the power house (building #1) at Kodak Heights. Also includes internal communications outlining power house staff responsibilities, and a letter detailing injuries sustained to workers during maintenance procedures. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, and numerous contractors. The power house began construction in 1914 and underwent a significant upgrade begining in 1936.

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Records pertaining to door and window installation

File contains correspondence and contracts from 1914 to 1937 related to the installation of doors and windows in buildings at Kodak Heights. Also includes a detailed letter regarding paper drying systems at various Kodak plants, a discussion pertinent to the company's window installation schedule. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, National Skylight and Ventilation Co. (Rochester), The A.B. Ormsby Company, Ltd. (Toronto), Steel & Radiation, Ltd. (Toronto), Architectural Bronze & Irons Works (Toronto), and Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies.

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Records pertaining to water tank construction

File contains tenders, technical drawings, and inspection reports from 1914 to 1915 related to the construction of water tanks at Kodak Heights. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Robert W. Hunt & Co., Ltd, Engineers, and Toronto Structual Steel Co., Ltd., who tendered a proposal to complete the work in conjunction with Toronto Iron Works, Ltd.

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Records pertaining to sewer construction

File contains correspondence, specifications, contracts, and technical drawings from 1913 to 1914 related to the construction of an outlet sewer at Kodak Heights. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, and various construction companies, including F.F. Fry, General Contractors of Toronto, who were awarded the contract.

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Records pertaining to roof construction

File contains correspondence, specifications, tenders, contracts, and technical drawings from 1914 related to the construction of roofs on various buildings at Kodak Heights. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, and various roofing companies. The contract appears to have been awarded to Douglas Bros., Ltd. of Toronto.

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Records pertaining to elevator construction

File includes correspondence, specifications, and contracts from 1915 to 1937 related to the construction and installation of elevators in various buildings at Kodak Heights. Correspondents include Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Co. and the Otis-Fensom Elevator Company, Ltd. of Toronto, who was contracted to perform the work.

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Records pertaining to railway line and trestle construction

File consists of correspondence, orders, contracts and technical drawings related to the construction of a railway line and steel trestle connecting Canadian Pacific rail lines to the Kodak Heights Powerhouse (Building 1) between 1913 and 1915. Correspondents include members of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, Canadian Pacific Railway, the Standard Steel Construction Co. of Welland, Ontario, and C.E. Deakin, Ltd. of Mount Dennis, Ontario. The Standard Steel Construction Co. was contracted to design and construct the trestle. C.E. Deakin Ltd. was contracted to perform a number of tasks in the construction of Kodak Heights, including driving piles beneath trestle footings. The project was executed under the supervision of C.K. Flint (a.k.a. C.O. Flint), a former employee at Kodak Park in Rochester, who later became Engineer in Charge at Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd. The trestle was erected in October of 1914.

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Records pertaining to chimney stack construction

File includes correspondence, orders, contracts, technical drawings and 1 photograph from 1914 related to the construction of the chimney stack connected to the Powerhouse (Building 1) and the Silver Nitrate plant (Building 3) at Kodak Heights. Correspondents include members of Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, Alphons Custodis Chimney Construction Company of New York, and its Canadian subsidiary, Custodis Canadian Chimney Company, Ltd. of Toronto. The latter company was contracted to design and construct the chimney. TThe project was executed under the supervision of C.K. Flint (a.k.a. C.O. Flint), a former employee at Kodak Park in Rochester, who later became Engineer in Charge at Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd. Construction of the chimney stack began on June 24, 1914 and finished September 17, 1914.

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Records pertaining to inspections, insurance, and safety compliance

File includes correspondence, inspection reports, and technical drawings related to plant safety and risk assessment from 1913 to 1940. Correspondents include: Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, the Bureau of Explosives (Toronto), various contractors, the Mount Dennis Volunteer Fire Department, and the Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies. This latter company performed detailed inspections for insurance purposes on Kodak Heights buildings before and during construction. Topics include: outfitting Kodak Heights with sprinkler systems, fire alarms, water supplies and oxygen masks, storage and handling of magnesium and its alloys, and storage and transport of cellulose nitrate film. File also includes a preliminary inspector's report on the fire that occurred in Building #3 of Kodak Heights on November 17, 1914.

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Record pertaining to Kodak Heights construction, maintenance and use

Sub-sub-series consists of contracts, correspondents, technical drawings, and notes pertaining to the construction, maintenance, and use of Kodak Canada's facilities at Eglinton Avenue and Weston Road in Toronto, Ontario from 1913 to 1987. Having outgrown its facilities on King Street in Toronto, the company purchased the land at Eglinton Avenue and named it "Kodak Heights" in 1913, beginning construction in 1914. The site acted as the main manufacturing and distribution centre for Kodak Canada, serving this purpose until 2004, when manufacturing operations ceased and most of the site was demolished. Sub-sub-series includes records related to the construction of the original seven buildings of the facility, as well as records pertaining to the use of building #5 as military barracks during WWI and records related to the history of building #18, which was purchased from Moore Business Forms in 1981.

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Records pertaining to plant, equipment, and supplies

Sub-series consists of records related to the construction, outfitting, maintenance and/or use of Kodak Canada's facilities in Toronto, Brampton, Montreal and Vancouver from roughly 1900 to 1987. Includes correspondence, contracts, notes, technical drawings, inventories, order forms, and other ephemera related to plant construction, particularly Kodak Canada's main manufacturing facility, Kodak Heights, at Eglinton Avenue and Weston Road in Toronto, Ontario. Also includes: publicity and public relations records related to plant open houses; records pertaining to Kodak Heights' use as military barracks in WWI; engineering field notes compiled during Kodak Heights construction; records pertaining to the opening of the Kodak processing laboratory in Vancouver, as well as plant procedures and engineering codes.

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Canadian Kodak Sales Limted general ledger

Item consists of a halfbound manuscript ledger containing financial account records for Canadian Kodak Sales Ltd. from 1939 to 1942. Canadian Kodak Sales Ltd. was incorporated on December 1, 1938 and acted as the distributing agent of Kodak products in Canada, thereby limiting Canadian Kodak Co.'s role to one of strict manufacturing. Item contains an alphabetized index of contents.

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Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd. export journal

Item is a cloth- and leather-bound ledger containing records of Canadian Kodak's exports from 1939-1973. Most records pertain to exports sent to other Kodak subsidiaries, but some pertain to government agencies, film boards, and commerical ventures, including exports to Jules Brulatour's studios in Hollywood and Fort Lee, New Jersey.

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Recordak Ltd. account ledger

Item is a halfbound manuscript ledger containing general accounting records for Recordak Ltd. from January 31, 1934 to December 25, 1943. Recordak Corporation, a subsidiary of Eastman Kodak Co. since 1928, was the first producer of microfilm systems. Recordak Ltd., a subsidiary of Recordak Corporation, was established in Canada in 1928.

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