The Day of His Going (Apr, 1918)
That’s kind of interesting. It’s manual time-stamping and tagging for photos.
The Day of His Going
In a million homes, pictures are keeping the story of the war as it touches those homes. John in his first khaki as he proudly marched away, and John, tanned and hardened, as he looked when home on leave.
More than ever the Kodak Album is keeping the home story. To-day that story means history, and more than ever it is important that it be authentic history—that every negative bear a date.
Memory plays strange tricks and one of its favorite vagaries is to fail in the all important matter of dates. But with a Kodak there’s no uncertainty. The date — and title too, if you wish—is written on the autographic film at the time the exposure is made. And it is there permanently. It makes the Kodak story authentic and doubly interesting.
It is all very simple, is the work of an instant and there’s no extra charge for autographic film.
Let the Kodak keep the dates.
Catalogue free at your dealer’s or by mail.
EASTMAN KODAK CO., Rochester, N. Y., The Kodak City