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Photography/ Camera Ads of the 1910s

Kodak – The Truth About Orthochromatism (1911)
Kodak – The Truth About Orthochromatism (1911)
Kodak – The New No. 1A Kodak Jr. (1914)
Kodak – The New No. 1A Kodak Jr. (1914)
Kodak – Photographing a Thirty-Thousandth of a "Click" (1919)
Kodak – Photographing a Thirty-Thousandth of a "Click" (1919)
Kodak – The Kodak Album (1919)
Kodak – The Kodak Album (1919)
Kodak – The Kodak Film (1919)
Kodak – The Kodak Film (1919)
Kodak – Experiment with no experiments. Load your Kodak with Kodak Film. (1910)
Kodak – Experiment with no experiments. Load your Kodak with Kodak Film. (1910)
Kodak – In its more than twenty years of splendid progress, Kodak Film has, by reason of its consistent dependability, won the absolute confidence of those wh (1911)
Kodak – In its more than twenty years of splendid progress, Kodak Film has, by reason of its consistent dependability, won the absolute confidence of those wh (1911)
Kodak’s Autographic cameras – For the Days to Come (1919)
Kodak’s Autographic cameras – For the Days to Come (1919)
Kodak – The Simple, Kodak Way (1911)
Kodak – The Simple, Kodak Way (1911)
Kodak – For the boy- A Kodak (1915)
Kodak – For the boy- A Kodak (1915)
Kodak’s Brownie cameras – The Brownie Boy (1917)
Kodak’s Brownie cameras – The Brownie Boy (1917)
Kodak’s Autographic Brownie cameras (folding) – The New Folding Autographic Brownie (1915)
Kodak’s Autographic Brownie cameras (folding) – The New Folding Autographic Brownie (1915)
Kodak – Take a Kodak with you (1914)
Kodak – Take a Kodak with you (1914)
Kodak – Kodak, as you go (1917)
Kodak – Kodak, as you go (1917)