Found Photos from Negatives

Found these medium format negatives in a recycling dumpster. 


Fred Press Fishie Carafe!

Gorgeous Atomic aqua and gold primitive fish on glass with this Fred Press designed Midcentury Modern coffee carafe. http://www.etsy.com/listing/79477519/vintage-midcentury-modern-fred-press


Groovy 1960s Desert Booklet.

Check out this awesome Peter Max-esque desert recipe book cover! Go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/rochelle49/   for more old cookbook images.


Retro Kitchen Table & Chairs Printers Plate.

I used to see sets like these at thrift stores all the time and we had one in one of the apartments I lived in as an undergrad. With speckles and shiny flecks in the formica surface and shiny and puffy chairs of vinyl, these kitchen sets seemed to last for a long time and find new and affordable life.


Labour History Images from the Archives.

Union Label poster from the AF of L, early 1900s. Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, NY University.
American Federation of Labor: History, Encyclopedia, Reference Book (Washington: American Federation of Labor, 1919)
Photo By: The Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University. http://www.flickr.com/photos/7578012@N02/457053437/


The Incomparable Flier & War Hero Brit Amy Johnson.

Amy Johnson boldly entered the popular arena of daring early pilots who were setting and breaking world records for flight during the 1920s. She went on to work for the Royal Air Force during the Second World War in the all-women (and equal pay!) section of the Air Transport Auxiliary and died a heroine in 1941 after haivng to parachute out of her plane into the Thames, her body never recovered.

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