Art: Kodakers

Week after week, month after month, Eastman employes all over the world sell Kodak films and cameras, smile politely at squinting family groups, light-struck negatives, the round bottoms of infant sons. But most of them still take photographs in their spare time. To encourage them the paternal Eastman Co. holds an annual exhibition and gives prizes for the best photographs by its 23,500 employes. To Rochester last week for the ninth time went the favorite prints of 500 Kodak employes in 21 countries. A distinguished jury walked solemnly down long galleries of exhibits, conferred, then awarded the Eastman Gold Medal to...

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