Front and back of an illustrated color postcard advertising the products and services of the Eastman Organic Chemicals Department (Division of the Eastman Kodak Company). The postcard features a humorous depiction of a harried-looking man and woman using a complicated make-shift apparatus to brew their own chemicals. Postmarked from Rochester, New York, the postcard also includes a brief summary of Eastman’s available stock of chemical compounds as they pertain to the “chemical businessman.”
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Eastman Kodak Company. “Sometimes It's Better to Let Eastman Make It.” Rochester, New York, 1950–1959. John C. Sheehan Collection of Chemical Advertisements, Box 1. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/jocpe3p.
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