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    Quote Originally Posted by sanking View Post
    southern Appalachia is certainly one of them.
    I'm not sure anybody can match the breadth of LFPF member (and thread starter ) Don Dudenbostel's work in that regard--I suspect it would make a great archival project that would be of use to people in any number of fields.

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    Time to post a few more images from the late 70's late 60's.
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    Space Age Lodge, Gils Bend, AZ
    A few decades ago
    Rolleiflex using Kodak 160VC Portra probably.
    7"x7" image on RA4 paper.

    As (US)American as it gets...
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    "Landscapes exist in the material world yet soar in the realms of the spirit..." Tsung Ping, 5th Century China

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    I love these old grocery stores and gas stations. Sadly this one burned a few years ago. It was located in Kodak Tennessee.
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    I ran a Montana Charlie Gas Station from the 20's, in the 70's

    We pulled out an entire Railroad Oil Tanker with wheels used for in ground gas tank

    The tracks were very close

    A good customer filled up his Model T pickup once a week

    I never took a picture, nor did anybody else, as I have searched, recently, again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
    Space Age Lodge, Gils Bend, AZ
    A few decades ago
    Rolleiflex using Kodak 160VC Portra probably.
    7"x7" image on RA4 paper.
    There's something about the mid-century vibe, that always attracts me, and I like the colors this image, too.

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    Gas station in Decatur, Texas. Local lore is that Bonnie and Clyde spent a few days in the attached cabins about two weeks before they met their demise in Louisiana.


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    A Fire! by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr

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