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Photography/ Camera Ads of the 1910s

Kodak’s Autographic Film – The Day of His Going (1918)
Kodak’s Autographic Film – The Day of His Going (1918)
Kodak – A Kodak – and won’t they be pleased
Kodak – A Kodak – and won’t they be pleased
Kodak – Get Action (1911)
Kodak – Get Action (1911)
Kodak – Captain Donald Thompson, the man who took the Czecho-Slovak pictures in this issue, wrote: (1918)
Kodak – Captain Donald Thompson, the man who took the Czecho-Slovak pictures in this issue, wrote: (1918)
Kodak – Kodak on the Farm (1917)
Kodak – Kodak on the Farm (1917)
Kodak – The Story of the Kodak Album (1914)
Kodak – The Story of the Kodak Album (1914)
Kodak – Make the Children happy with a Kodak (1911)
Kodak – Make the Children happy with a Kodak (1911)
Kodak’s Autographic cameras – Keep a Kodak Story of the Baby (1917)
Kodak’s Autographic cameras – Keep a Kodak Story of the Baby (1917)
Kodak – It’s Springtime. (1913)
Kodak – It’s Springtime. (1913)
Kodak – The companion of every outing – the friend of all lovers of the open – the KODAK (1913)
Kodak – The companion of every outing – the friend of all lovers of the open – the KODAK (1913)
Kodak – All out-doors invites your Kodak (1915)
Kodak – All out-doors invites your Kodak (1915)
Kodak (1911)
Kodak (1911)
Kodak – Hike with a Brownie (1917)
Kodak – Hike with a Brownie (1917)
Kodak’s Folding Pocket Brownie camera, No. 2A – A Folding Pocket Brownie (1910)
Kodak’s Folding Pocket Brownie camera, No. 2A – A Folding Pocket Brownie (1910)