"The Disappearance of Darkness" and "Innovation in the Imaging Capital" 

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"Art Photo Studio: Closed Due to Retirement, Toronto, Ontario" by Robert Burley.
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"Coating Facility, Building 13, Kodak Canada, Toronto, Canada" by Robert Burley.
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"Employee Identification Board, Polaroid, Enschede, The Netherlands" by Robert Burley.
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"Film, Ilford, Mobberley, United Kingdom" by Robert Burley.
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"Film Warehouse, Agfa-Gevaert, Mortsel, Belgium" by Robert Burley.
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"Hallway in Coating Alley, Agfa-Gevaert, Mortsel, Belgium" by Robert Burley.
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"Implosions of Building 65 and 69, Kodak Park, Rochester, New York, United States of America" by Robert Burley.
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"Interior of Building W1, Polaroid, Enschede, The Netherlands" by Robert Burley.
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"Light Lock to Cutting Room, Building 10, Kodak Canada, Toronto, Canada" by Robert Burley.
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"View of Building 7 and 11 from the Roof of Building 9, Kodak Canada, Toronto, Canada" by Robert Burley.
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"Warehouse and Photo-Chemistry Building, Ilford, Mobberley, United Kingdom" by Robert Burley.
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Brownie camera, 1900. Eastman Kodak Company.
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Cover of the semi-centennial catalog, "Photographic Lenses, Shutters and Apparatus," 1904. Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
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Positioning patient before Bausch & Lomb retinal camera, ca. 1953. Unidentified photographer. Gelatin silver print.
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Instamatic 100 camera advertisement, 1963. Eastman Kodak Company.
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Kodak Ektra camera with 35, 50, and 135mm Ektar lenses, ca. 1941. Eastman Kodak Company.
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First view of Earth from the vicinity of the moon, transmitted to Earth by Lunar Orbiter I, 1966. NASA. Gelatin silver print. George Eastman House
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Tactical Camera, 1987. Eastman Kodak Company.
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"Film Warehouse, Agfa-Gevaert, Mortsel, Belgium" by Robert Burley.