View of the Eastman Kodak Company's "Kodak Park," Rochester, N.Y.
Original photograph taken by The Detroit Publishing Company in 1905.
By 1890, in response to the increasing demand for photographic products, the Eastman Kodak Company started construction on "Kodak Park." Having bought out designer, Frank Brownwell, and his Brownwell Manufacturing Company (operating in the Camera Works Factory on State Street), the establishment of Kodak Park meant that the Eastman Kodak Company was now completely designing and manufacturing their own photographic products. In the following decades, the total of 154 facilities (which included cafeteries, laundry services, softball fields, movie theaters, swimming pool and even a bowling alley), for its 15,000 employees located on this 1,300 acres in Greece, N.Y. gave Kodak Park the worldwide prestige as the largest photographic product manufacturing facility in existence.
Eastman Kodak Company, Kodak Park, Rochester, N.Y.
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