Brown, grey, maroon, blue and green bound kodaks perked their lenses
through the show windows of Eastman Kodak Co. stores last week. They
were vanity kodaks for the "girl graduate and the bride," said the
signs. Eastman, by breaking away from black kodaks, has done what the
fountain pen makers did five years ago, and the portable typewriter
people more recently.
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