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Life Through the Lens of Kodak

August 6 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

| $30

RJ Lindsey portrays George Eastman, founder of Kodak, as he presents a slide program and a display of vintage cameras.

With the $1 Brownie box camera, snapshot photography became affordable and easy. Families started photo albums, and many historical events were captured through the Kodak lens: photos of Titanic survivors were taken by 17-year-old Bernice Palmer, a passenger on the rescue ship Carpathia; a Vest Pocket Kodak recorded the WWI Christmas Truce along the Western Front. Also learn of George Eastman’s generous philanthropic endeavors.

$30, includes breakfast, program, and a shopping coupon good that day. Doors open at 9am, Fulton Street entrance.

Please Note: We do our best to seat groups together, but in some cases, groups of larger than 4 people may be seated at separate tables. If you would like to be seated with someone who's registered separately, have dietary restrictions, or have difficulty walking short distances or navigating steps, please describe your requests in the "Order Notes" section at checkout.

This event has a 2-week cancellation policy. To receive a full refund, you must notify Sandy or Sara in our Dress/Shoe Dept. of your cancellation at least 14 days prior to the event date. 


August 6
9:00 am - 11:00 am
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Life Through the Lens of Kodak - August 6 at 9am$30.00
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