Photo credit: Charles W. Cushman

Prior to the 1950’s, it was very rare to see color photographs in the wild. However, starting from the early 1940’s, “commercially viable color films (except Kodachrome, introduced in 1935) were brought to the market; these films used the modern technology of dye-coupled colors in which a chemical process connects the three dye layers together to create an apparent color image.” Click here to see beautiful vintage photographs of New York City from 1941.

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Photo credit: Charles W. Cushman

Prior to the 1950’s, it was very rare to see color photographs in the wild. However, starting from the early 1940’s, “commercially viable color films (except Kodachrome, introduced in 1935) were brought to the market; these films used the modern technology of dye-coupled colors in which a chemical process connects the three dye layers together to create an apparent color image.” Click here to see beautiful vintage photographs of New York City from 1941.

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