Rochester NY: Eastman Kodak Company, 1927-29. First Editions. Small octavo; 21 separate monthly stapled wraps issues bound together in later green buckram, printed paper spine label ('KODAKERY 1927-29'). Included are 9-10/27; 1/28-8/28 (Vol. XV, #s 1, 2, 5-12); 9/28-12/28; 1/29; 3--8/29 (Vol. XVI, 1-5, 7-12). Each issue is 28pp; March-June/29 lack wrappers. 8/28 issue includes 'Index to Instructive Articles' in Vol.XV (1927-28) and 8/29 issue includes 'Index to Instructive Articles' in Vol.XVI (1928-29). Item #21018
Kodakery was a monthly periodical about photography, a journal for amateur photographers published by the Eastman Kodak Company Rochester, New York. Its articles covered topics of popular photography and were richly illustrated with photos. The first issue was published in September, 1913 and the last in 1932. Every purchaser of a Kodak Brownie camera received a free one year subscription. Current subscribers received a copy of the book "The Way to Better Pictures" when the magazine ceased publication. (wiki).