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The Kodak Girls appeared around the Country to encourage the public to take up photography (here in a postcard).
George Eastman invented a camera simple enough for anyone to operate. He then set out to market it to those he thought most likely to use it—women. In 1893, he introduced the Kodak Girl, a fashionable, young, vibrant and independent woman who often appeared in ads in a distinctive blue and white striped dress. Until the mid-1920’s the Kodak Girl roamed the world freely taking pictures as she went.
Kodak Girl c.1900. How ironic to see a woman as the image of Kodak when the field historically was dominated by men! It was very hard for me to break into the field in the 1980's as I represented only 11 percent of female photographers in the country. I had older males ask me things like would my period stop me from showing up to work and what was the matter with me...didn't I want children?
"I want to do it because I want to do it." -Amelia Earhardt
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