On this day, February 1st in 1900, the Eastman Kodak Co. introduced the $1 Brownie box camera for children.
George Eastman (pictured above) dropped out of school at 14 years old to work as an office boy at an insurance company. After studying accounting in the evenings at home he landed a job as a bookkeeper at a bank, but his real interest was photography and how to make cameras smaller and cheaper. Eastman's innovations started the amateur photography craze and became the largest U.S. company in the industry by 1927. He was one of the first American industrialists to offer employee profit sharing, a benefits package and stock options. It's estimated that Eastman donated over $100 million towards philanthropic causes during his lifetime.
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