Eastman Kodak Company… Images from 1950

The Eastman Kodak Company┬áhas turned over its huge archive of Panoramic Colorama Images estabished from 1950, to The George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester, New York. The collection consists of some 565 negatives and prints used in displays in New York’s Grand Central Station from 1950. Promoted by Kodak as the world’s largest photographs, these images when shown, measured 60ft x 18ft high, they were backlit and replaced every three weeks by the Kodak Company.

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