American, 19th–20th century, male.
Born 12 July 1854, in Waterville, New York; died 14 March 1932, in Rochester, New York, by suicide.
Inventor, businessman, and photographer.
In 1877 George Eastman, then a bank clerk, acquired his first camera. Committed to making the camera easier to use, he refined the dry plate process and produced dry plate negatives for sale. Searching to simplify the process further,
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Subjects: Art ; Biographical Studies
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