George Eastman in a garden party (AKA the Kodacolor Party) at his home in Rochester, New York, on July, 1928. He uses a compact motion picture camera to photograph retired General John J. Pershing. He rewinds the camera. Closeup of George Eastman. At TC:00:22, inventor and industrialist, Hiram Percy Maxim, walks behind Eastman. Some of the guests, including Thomas Edison, pose informally for a picture. The smallest man, at right of the group is Dr. F.E. Ives, inventor of the trichromatic camera. To his right is W.G. Stuber, President of Eastman Kodak Company. Closeup of Thomas Edison hand cranking a motion picture camera on a tripod. Eastman and Edison walk across a lawn and then turn around and walk up some garden steps. Eastman showing Edison an amateur hand held color camera through which Edison looks as Eastman adjusts it. Edison panning and taking pictures with the camera. He smiles and returns tha camera to Eastman. Closeup of Eastman conversing with a young woman. Standing behind Eastman is Kodak President, W.G. Stuber. Eastman and the woman smile and chat. Eastman turns and talks with Stuber, who then excuses himself as he leaves. The woman continues her conversation with Easton. Closeup of Eastman holding a cigarette as he talks with her. Change of scene shows George Eastman sitting by the fireplace in his home, reading a book.
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