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(From Guardian Unlimited)
To many people Kodak means memories, and with the news the 130-year old photographic company filed for bankruptcy we were flooded with images sent it by readers keen to collaborate on a gallery of their favourite "Kodak moments".
Flicking through the photos, not only do the grainy Kodak pictures show something of times past and a collective nostalgia for things lost -- but some of the photos clearly have more of a story to tell.
Paul Baldwin (photo 38) sends in this image of his great grandmother -- one of the iconic "Kodak girls" who worked at Eastman Kodak in the US. His grandparents moved to the US, got married and settled there -- and after the first world war returned to the UK.
Many have also been interested in Chris Miller's tale of how he ended up with this close up shot of …