The address is 46-52 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia. The year: 1843. In England, Charles Dickens is at work, writing novels on social reform, such as Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, and of course, A Christmas Carol. This daquerreotype provides an amazing window into American history – 170 years ago. Color is by American Photo Colorizing.com. We’re just sitting here waitin’ for ya. http://www.americanphotocolorizing.com
Cowabunga, what a chariot! The original black & white was taken behind a garage along West Jefferson Boulevard in Los Angeles in 1950. American Photo Colorizing couldn’t resist transforming the image into full-color. Yeah, we’re like that. We’ll be uploading several new photos before we close out September 2012 – and unveiling the all-new 1950s Era in our online Photo Store. You’ll find this great 3-Window Coupe photo there, available for download! It’ll look awreet when you have it framed as a poster.
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Artist and West Point graduate, Seth Eastman poses atop the mysterious Dighton Rock in the Taunton River at Berkley, Massachusetts. Eastman was well-known for his paintings of Native American life. As for Dighton Rock, to this day nobody is certain who engraved the strange graffiti that covers the upper face of this large boulder. http://www.americanphotocolorizing.com
Like a 20th century Betsy Ross, Laura Jasperson of Goshen, Utah sews a seam on the stars and stripes. American Photo Colorizing.com provides the color. Photos appearing on our blog are available as jpg downloads in our online Photo Store. We also create colorized photos made-to-order – for museums, authors, documentary producers . . . and families like yours. Visit us today: http://www.americanphotocolorizing.com
1944 – Two bobbysoxers burn the midnight oil somewhere in America. This scene has been colorized by the usual suspects at American Photo Colorizing.com. We’re a proud partner of Ancestry.com. Drop in for a visit to our photo colorizing studio and online Photo Store - featuring 100s of colorized images (1840s-1940s) and vintage advertizing – all available for download via PayPal. We create colorized photos by commission for museums, documentary productions, publications, and families like yours. http://www.americanphotocolorizing.com
Long before Hawaiian Eye, Pearl Harbor, and Magnum P.I. – this humble Hawaiian family posed for a photograph beside their island hut. The year is 1860. American Photo Colorizing.com has restored and colorized this antique image of island life during the era of Abraham Lincoln. Visit us today at: http://www.americanphotocolorizing.com
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