HIT 1960s Instamatic SUCCESS Box Brownie and George Eastman
Bohlin Safety belt Alexander Graham Bell Telephone Marie Curie Discovered Radium John Deere Plow George Eastman
Film Thomas Edison Light bulb and more Enrico Fermi Controlled nuclear fission Benjamin Franklin Swim fins and more Elisha Graves Otis Elevator brake Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak Personal computer Alfred Nobel Dynamite Samuel F.
Before Exxon, the only name that everybody remembers is "Kodak," which George Eastman
coined because he wanted a short name that was memorable.
The company traces its roots back to 1920 when George Eastman
set up a chemical division of Eastman Kodak Co.
Whereas most early photography in this genre - of the sort first acknowledged in 1975 with the "New Topographics" exhibition at George Eastman
House (which included work by Bernd and Hilla Becher, Lewis Baltz, Nicholas Nixon, and Frank Gohlke) - is focused on the skillful elimination of the anthropological, Dow, like his mentor Frank Gohlke, is preoccupied with its orchestration.
A separate report in the same issue by Grant Romer of the International Museum of Photography and Film at George Eastman
House in New York State, dates it to the early 1840s).
And the book benefits from the rich knowledge of its author, who founded the George Eastman
film archive and rates as one of the great experts on silent film.
The American inventor George Eastman
(1854-1932) simplified the process.
With this induction, Hull joins the ranks of formerly honored inventors, including Eli Whitney, Thomas Edison, Orville and Wilbur Wright, Henry Ford, and George Eastman
, as well as Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
HONORS AND AWARDS: MIAA Women Sports Leadership Award; Rochester College Leadership Award; George Eastman
Book Award; Academic Excellence in HN World History, Grade 11, HN English, Grade 10; HN English, Grade 9; HN U.
It was the time that George Eastman
was building his Eastman Kodak company into a global business that would include cameras, film, and developing.