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Photography/ Camera Ads of the 1910s

Kodak – "The metal grew tired and broke" – photography’s verdict (1918)
Kodak – "The metal grew tired and broke" – photography’s verdict (1918)
Kodak’s Autographic cameras – Write it on the film – at the time. (1915)
Kodak’s Autographic cameras – Write it on the film – at the time. (1915)
Kodak – Keep your Kodak Busy. (1918)
Kodak – Keep your Kodak Busy. (1918)
Kodak’s Premo Jr. cameras – It’s a merry Christmas for the one who gets a Premo Junior (1911)
Kodak’s Premo Jr. cameras – It’s a merry Christmas for the one who gets a Premo Junior (1911)
Kodak – Kodak knows no dark days (1917)
Kodak – Kodak knows no dark days (1917)
Kodak Advert (1913)
Kodak Advert (1913)
Kodak – The Charm of Winter Photography.
Kodak – The Charm of Winter Photography.
Kodak – For Christmas – your photograph. (1915)
Kodak – For Christmas – your photograph. (1915)
Kodak – At Home with a Kodak (1912)
Kodak – At Home with a Kodak (1912)
Kodak’s Brownie cameras – There’s Always More Fun with a Brownie
Kodak’s Brownie cameras – There’s Always More Fun with a Brownie
Kodak – Take a Kodak with you (1913)
Kodak – Take a Kodak with you (1913)
Kodak’s Autographic cameras – The Autographic Kodak (1914)
Kodak’s Autographic cameras – The Autographic Kodak (1914)
Kodak – It becomes more sport for the boy who Kodaks. (1914)
Kodak – It becomes more sport for the boy who Kodaks. (1914)
Kodak – The Story of the Kodak Album (1915)
Kodak – The Story of the Kodak Album (1915)