George Eastman Museum
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In Rochester, in the early 20C, George Eastman, inventor of the Kodak camera, had a superb 37-room residence, equipped with all mod cons (electric generator, heating, telephone...) built on a 4ha property, with gardens and agricultural land. It is now home to the George Eastman Museum, which holds 400 000 photos and negatives, 23 000 films, 25 000 cameras and archives of some of the great film directors. Conferences, festivals, projections and concerts are organised here.
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