Collection on George Eastman, 1891-1991/


Collection on George Eastman, 1891-1991/

The Collection on George Eastman mainly consists of clippings and articles regarding Eastman and his many philanthropic works and legacy, including the Eastman Building at RAMI and the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film. The collection is notable for two letters written by Eastman. The first, sent to the Trustees of RAMI, is typewritten and dated 1891. The second is handwritten, and was sent to Ezra Andrews in 1892. Last, the collection includes two booklets: "Kodak Park in War Time" (circa 1917) and "George Eastman: A Brief Biography of the Founder of Eastman Kodak Company" (1953). The Collection on George Eastman contains clippings, correspondence, and publications documenting the life of philanthropist and inventor George Eastman.

2.0 folder(s).


SNAC Resource ID: 8179130

RIT Library, Wallace Library

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