A. C. Bosselman Co., 1918 postcard, detail showing the Tintype booth at Macatawa Park, Lake Michigan
Detail, Glenn Photo Stock Co. advertisement, Atlanta [GA] Constitution, June 18, 1916 p.4
Will Dudley [William H.C. Dudley, Jr.], “The Kodak Man” advertisement July 2, 1914 p4c1, Americus [GA] Times Recorder
Swimmers, unknown place, detail of 5″ x 5″ card photo print, ca. 1900
Bathers in the Sand, Lake Manawa IA, postcard, 1911
Lake in Grant Park, Atlanta, Ga., detail of stereo view published by Roberts & Fellows, ca. 1885
Miami Sightseeing Boat, May 8, 1947
Unidentified friends with sailboat, color snapshot, August 1961
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Wow, Grant Park really was a park, eh? Is that lake there now?
Love the “There’s such a thing as living a vacation over again, if you take a Kodak with you.”
Glad you enjoyed it and learned a new thing! We both still have Kodaks we need to use again, right?
A magnificent reminder of an old impulse that casually rides the waves of technological changes. Thanks
Thanks for looking!