The Kodak Collection at Bradford: Special Galleries Near Completion at the NMPFT

January 1989
Image Technology;Jan1989, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p27
Trade Publication
The article reports on the reopening of the Kodak Collection that features over 8000 items of photographic equipment in April 1989 in Bradford, England. These collections were acquired by the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television when Kodak closed their businesses in Harrow. The show comprises all sorts of cameras, ranging from a 9.5 millimeter (mm) Pathe Baby and cine Kodak 8 and 16mm to several 35mm cameras by Bell & Howell, Moy, DeVry, and Newman Sinclair.


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