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Americans in Kodachrome 1945-1965

(Out of Print)

By Guy Stricherz (Editor)

Introduced in 1935 as the first modern color film, Kodachrome was used extensively after World War II by amateur photographers equipped with the new high-quality and low cost 35mm cameras. Americans in Kodachrome is an unprecedented portrayal of the daily life of the people during these formative years of modern American culture and is comprised of ninety-five exceptional color photographs made by over ninety unknown American photographers. Conceived as a book and nation-wide exhibition, Americans in Kodachrome 1945-1965 is an evocative and haunting portrait of a historic generation of Americans.

Item Number: B3084

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Product Information:
Publisher: Twin Palms
Images: 95 color
120 pages



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