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This is an actual page cut out from a vintage 1948 issue of National Geographic that was too worn to be sold intact. Advertisement for Kodachrome film, prints, and transparencies from Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, NY.

Photos show women viewing projected slide of a girl with a horse. Below, a hand holds a Kodachrome print of a little boy in a red cap and coat hugging his cocker spaniel. The packaging box for the film is also shown.

Kodachrome film was discontinued by Kodak in 2009 after 74 years of production, to the dismay of photographers who loved its rich, vibrant colors.

A handsome piece of photographic history!

Size: Page is approximately 10 x 6.5 inches.

Condition: Only light wear. The reverse has two black-and-white ads.


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1948 ad Kodachrome Film Kodak Prints boy cocker spaniel color slide transparencies photographica - Free U.S. shipping


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: vintage advertisement, page from vintage magazine
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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