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W.O. Wiggins:
Golden Girl,
Henderson County, North Carolina, 1962

Americans In Kodachrome
ed. Guy Stricherz


"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 1945-1965 is an unprecedented portrayal of the daily life of the people during these formative years of modern American culture. It is comprised of ninety-five exceptional color photographs made by over ninety unknown American photographers. These photographs were chosen from many thousands of slides in hundreds of collections. Like folk art in other mediums, this work is characterized by its frankness, honesty, and vigor. Made as memoirs of family and friends, the photographs reveal a free-spirited, intuitive approach, and possess a clarity and unpretentiousness characteristic of this unheralded photographic folk art. Conceived as a book and nation-wide exhibition, Americans in Kodachrome: 1945-1965 is an evocative and haunting portrait of an historic generation of Americans." -Guy Stricherz.

Your order of Americans in Kodachrome Limited Edition comes with your choice from 1 of 4 prints pictured above. Please make your decision and e-mail us with the name of the print you would like, then move on to the order page and place your order following the instructions. We will process your print request after your order has been received and you will be contacted with a confirmation.

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Americans in Kodachrome Regular Edition - $60.00
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Americans in Kodachrome Deluxe Edition - $600.00


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