Advert for Kodak film entitled 'Snapshots that almost talk'

Made:
1930 in United States
publisher:
The Saturday Evening Post
manufacturer:
Kodak Limited

An advert for Kodak film, entitled 'Snapshots that almost talk', published in The Saturday Evening Post in 1930. The advert shows two women in typical 1930s dress with cloche hats looking at a photograph. The advert boasts 'You get clear, sparkling prints... A higher good negative average... When you are careful to ask for 'Kodak Film in the yellow box''.

An advert for Kodak film, entitled 'Snapshots that almost talk', published in The Saturday Evening Post in 1930.

The advert shows two women in typical 1930s dress with cloche hats looking at a photograph. The advert boasts 'You get clear, sparkling prints... A higher good negative average... When you are careful to ask for 'Kodak Film in the yellow box.'

Details

Category:
Printed Materials & Ephemera
Object Number:
1990-5036/11361
type:
advertisement
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford

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