National Geographic : 1919 May
Make the Kodak Record Automatic. For the Days to Come. Building his boat of pine and dreaming, as he works, of the days when he will sail a real ship on a real ocean-a regular boy, that. And Dad, with his Kodak, has caught the boyish story. Now he is writing the autographic record-the date and title on the film; the record that will give double value to the picture when time has played sad tricks with memory. Make the family chronicle complete. Let every picture of the children bear at least a date. It's all very simple, as simple as taking the picture itself-with an Autographic Kodak EASTMAN KODAK CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y., The Kodak City "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"