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4×5 Kodachromes

4×5 Kodachromes | Pavel Kosenkos blog (English version)

Pavel Kosenkofrom Pavel Kosenko

4×5 Kodachromes

4×5 Kodachromes | Pavel Kosenkos blog (English version)

Pavel Kosenkofrom Pavel Kosenko

4×5 Kodachromes

4×5 Kodachromes | Pavel Kosenkos blog (English version)

Pavel Kosenkofrom Pavel Kosenko

4×5 Kodachromes

4×5 Kodachromes | Pavel Kosenko's blog (English version)

Pavel Kosenkofrom Pavel Kosenko

4×5 Kodachromes

4×5 Kodachromes | Pavel Kosenkos blog (English version)

Pavel Kosenkofrom Pavel Kosenko

4×5 Kodachromes

4×5 Kodachromes | Pavel Kosenkos blog (English version)

Pavel Kosenkofrom Pavel Kosenko

4×5 Kodachromes

June 1942. Army tank driver at Fort Knox, Kentucky. 4×5 Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer for the Office of War Information.

October 1942. “American mothers and sisters, like these women at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant in Long Beach, California, give important help in producing dependable planes for their men at the front.” 4×5 Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer for the Office of War Information.

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The last kiss, a picture from World War II…

The Last Kiss, WWII

August 1942. Corpus Christi, Texas. “After seven years in the Navy, J.D. Estes is considered an old sea salt by his mates at the Naval Air Base.” 4×5 Kodachrome transparency by Howard Hollem, Office of War Information.