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  1. NYC PD Photo Archive Found

    New story about massive trove of photos found going back to the 1800s. Most certainly, some World's Fair items. Unfortunately, they did not post where the city is digitizing them. https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2019/09/24/nypd-unearths-photos-nyc-history/?fbclid=IwAR1JnOZOnZiqGB-ODMZndxCWrLShozsQ0e43kc2KxTIS2E9UL4J5eEEneAE
  2. I can't recall seeing this angle before

    Bill, where do you notify that you have another photo CD for sale? I'd like to have it on a feed. Thank you.
  3. Anyone hungry?

    Fantastic. Another great photo. I've been archiving some family slides using a new IR dust removal scanner along with VueScan software and I can't believe the improvement and speed over my old unit that just died. Are you using one of these to speed up the process? It's eliminated quite of bit of retouching for me.
  4. Photolab souvenir slide 5636

    This is a really nice night shot set. When will these be available on CD?
  5. Let's go visit the future!

    When is this DVD ready with THAT shot?
  6. Interesting estate slides from former GM exec. Check out this auction and others by the same seller: https://www.ebay.com/itm/372361630747?ul_noapp=true
  7. Any updates on this one?
  8. Welcome to the board! The GM pavilion was the largest I think and there are many including myself who are very interested in all aspects of the pavilion including construction, dioramas, concept cars, behind the scenes, and if anything survived the demolition. A few model cars have popped up on Ebay once in a while. One thing that seems to be lost when looking at photos of the dioramas is how large they actually were, I believe in 1/24 scale. And, the concept cars were used in the film 2001. Do you have any photos or anything else you can share? No photos exist of the VIP lounge.
  9. By the Numbers

    I concur with Jim. And, I seem to have missed that there were any audio recordings you made. Where are they located?
  10. Breaking Up the Fair

    Very sad to see these pictures come to an end. It was very much appreciated Mr Quinn.
  11. New England

  12. Water Ski Show #1: Opening Action

    Oh right, I'm bored. I can't believe how much time I wasted looking at these incredible photos showing details not captured in any stock photo or blurry Instamatic. Keep boring me. Please.
  13. Masonic Center

    Love all of the night photos you took!
  14. I want to know what happened to those cool skandia chairs in back! Thanks for the photo!
  15. International Quickies

    Ralph, you passed by them without much attention but preserved history in a moment for those who want to relive an experience or see one they wish they had. Not in stock photos but of a man out for a walk capturing an evening in professional clarity. Thank you for your service.