One Hundred Years Ago: George Eastman in 1920 | Beyond the Nest (Rochester)

One Hundred Years Ago: George Eastman in 1920


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The 1920s were George Eastman's final full decade—and would prove to be his most productive. With World War I over and Eastman Kodak Company’s global expansion well underway, Eastman focused on making Kodak a leader in industrial relations and making Rochester a better place to live for his employees.

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This display in the Sitting Room explores aspects of Eastman's life in 1920 through artifacts such as an album of photographs from the construction of the Eastman Theatre, newspaper articles, the first issues of Kodak Magazine, and souvenirs from his trip to Japan.


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Organization:

George Eastman Museum

Location:

900 East Ave.
Rochester, NY, 14607
United States

Phone:

585-327-4800
Contact name: 
Kellie Fraver
Email address: 
The event has already taken place on this date: 
01/03/2021
Time: 
Museum Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday (closed Mondays, Tuesdays, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day)
Price: 
Included with Museum Admission: Adults $18 Seniors (65+) $16 Students (with ID) $7 Ages 5-17 $7 Ages 4 & under Free Members Free

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