Definition of George Eastman
1. Noun. United States inventor of a dry-plate process of developing photographic film and of flexible film (his firm introduced roll film) and of the box camera and of a process for color photography (1854-1932).
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Literary usage of George Eastman
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1. Bulletin of the National Research Council by National Research Council (U.S.) (1921)
"IMPORTANCE: George Eastman ate and render informative service necessary for the ... CONCERNING THE IMPORTANCE OF INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH BY George Eastman ..."
2. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1900)
"George Eastman. IN our last number we announced the free handed, generous gift of Mr. George Eastman to the Mechanics' Institute of Rochester; and now, ..."
3. Vital Records of Andover, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849 by Mass Andover, Andover (Mass.), Andover (Mass (1912)
"HUNT, Hannah, and George Eastman, Sept. 13, 1833. c. R. 3.* Henrietta C., of Manchester, NH, and Benjamin C. Lyman, int. Oct. 3, 1844. ..."
4. Men who are Making America by Bertie Charles Forbes (1922)
"George Eastman THE story of the birth and cradling of the Kodak has never before been told. It is a story containing all the elements of poverty and pluck, ..."
5. Famous Leaders of Industry: The Life Stories of Boys who Have Succeeded by Edwin Wildman, Trentwell Mason White, Harry Irving Shumway (1920)
"George Eastman was born at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, on July 12, 1854, and a year or two afterwards his father located in Rochester, where he founded a ..."
6. The Weekly Reporter by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Great Britain. Privy Council, Great Britain. Supreme Court of Judicature (1903)
"(Limited) and George Eastman for the sale to' him of the former's business. ... Toe services of Mr. George Eastman have been secured for a period of uve ..."