- Kodak cameras produced in 1910: No. 2A Folding Pocket Brownie and No. 3A Special Kodak, alongside related advertisements. These cameras offered both quality and simplicity to consumers, reinvigorating their interest in photography and Kodak.
- Kodak advertisements geared toward motorists, as the automobile became more popular. One 1910 ad campaign was titled "Motoring with a Kodak."
- Photographs from Eastman's sailing trip to Nova Scotia in July and August. In 1910, Eastman traveled extensively, spending 12 weeks in Europe primarily on business, with four weeks touring the Mediterranean Sea and coastal countries.
- A letter written by Eastman to the president of Rochester General Hospital, accompanying a donation of $500,000 to pay for an expansion of the building. In 1910, he also gave money to the Homeopathic Hospital (later named Genesee Hospital), establishing the Maria Kilbourn Eastman Nurse of the Year Scholarship, in honor of his mother who had died three years earlier.
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