America in Color 1939-43

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Shihan, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. Shihan

    Shihan Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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  2. saviorslegacy

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    Those are amazing. I am used to just seeing, you know, like 8 pictures in a presentation like that. I was one the 12th and looked over at the scroll bar, it had barely moved!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing. What a priceless collection of Americana.
     

  3. General_lee

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    Those are great pictures!

    I've seen only a few of those, in a book called "America at war, in color".
    Most of them were new to me though.

    Thanks for sharing! :)
     
  4. 2hot2handle

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    Those are great, I appreciate you posting them. For some reason the color, I don't know just makes them so much more real. :confused::eek:
     
  5. pandamonium

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    Good stuff, quite enjoyable. Thanks for posting.
     
  6. saviorslegacy

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    That's because real life isn't made up:
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    lol, you can't see the bottom white bar. xD
     
  7. Gojubrian

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    Those are great!

    Life looked much simpler, but very hard back then. :eek:
     
  8. dog2000tj

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    Nice find Shi, some great photos of life there :)
     
  9. Bigdog57

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    Superb look back to America's earlier times. Life was 'simpler' back then, but it was the Depression too - life was not for the squeamish......
     
  10. cpttango30

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    That first dam (Shasta Dam) is 50 miles north of where I grew up. My grandfather would tell me about the time before the dam. the river was 10 miles wide in the winter and 4' wide in the summer.