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13 photos capturing Colonial Williamsburg on 35mm Kodak slides.

Kodachrome film transparencies are encased in cardboard sleeves marked
"Processed by Kodak' .

13 slides are numbered between 19 and 37, each dated JUL 62.
Cardboard frames are hand marked in pencil numbers 13-27 for photographer's organization.

Subjects are Colonial Williamsburg buildings and gardens, costumed munitions demonstrations and exhibits including visitors in vintage clothing, vintage cars and buses in background.

Photos were taken by my father on family vacations.
Slides have been stored in smoke free home in dry, dark storage for decades and are in excellent condition.
Perfect for use with historical collections, craft or upcycle projects.

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1962 Kodak 35mm Color Slides - Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: 35 mm transparent slides, Kodachrome film, Original cardboard frames
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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