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The year is 1939. To help celebrate a American Photo Colorizing Christmas, here is one of the best-known photographs of one of my favorite photographers, Marion Post Wolcott. Marion was a young woman who took photos for the Farm Security Administration during the 1930s and ’40s. She spent some time in the village of Woodstock, Vermont during the winter of 1939/1940, photographing the life and people of this small New England town.

Today, Woodstock is a popular snow skiing area. This was one of my earlier colorized photos, and now, here we are 11 Christmases later, colorizing historical photos for magazines, major museums, authors, and families like yours. It’s been as wild and unpredictable as a Nantucket sleigh ride.

1939 Woodstock, Vt (Negative)

1939 - Woodstock, Vermont At Night

Christmas is coming on like eight tiny reindeer and St. Nicholas, too. It’s time to look through your family photo collection. A beautifully-colorized image of your ancestors (suitable for enlarging and framing) makes a wonderful keepsake for the entire family. This year, “Give the Christmas Present of Christmas Past!”

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But, WAIT! . . . There’s a whole bunch MORE!!




IF THAT ISN’T ENOUGH (and it probably isn’t) HERE’S MY FAMILY CHRISTMAS IN 1954 ~ David


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