THE KODACHROME LOOK. THE MARKER OF AN ERA 2

The Kodachrome Look
The Marker of an Era.

James Lynch, a roundhouse worker. Proviso Yard, Chicago, 1942.
Photo by Jack Delano. Double click photo for detail
Carpenter at work on Douglas Dam, Tennessee, 1942
Photo by Alfred T. Palmer. Double click photo for detail
Dr. Schreiber of San Augustine giving a typhoid inoculation at a rural school.
San Augustine County, Texas, 1943.
Photo by John Vachon. Double click photo for detail.

Vermont state fair, Rutland, 1941. Photo by Jack Delano.
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Boy near Cincinnati, Ohio, 1942 or 1943.
Photo by John Vachon. Double click photo for detail.

Woman machinist, Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California, 1942.
Photo by Alfred T. Palmer.
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Barbeque dinner at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair, 1940.
Photo by Russell Lee.
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A “camouflage class” at New York University, where men and women are
preparing for jobs in the Army or in industry by making models
from aerial photographs and work out camouflage schemes, 1943.
Photo by Marjory Collins.
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Workers leaving Pennsylvania shipyards, Beaumont, Texas, 1943.
Photo by John Vachon. Double click photo for detail.
An instructor explains the operation of a parachute to
student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas, 1942.

Photo by Arthur Rothstein. Double click photo for detail.
The Kodachrome Look.The Marker of an Era.
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