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Winter NY Stereo Society Meeting

Thursday, February 21, 7pm
Kaufmann Auditorium, American Museum of Natural History
use the 77th street entrance

Highway USA (and us)

Just over 10 years ago, we presented this classic show at the organizational meeting of the NY Stereo Society. It was produced by the Barber-Greene paving company in 1948, with narration by Paul Harvey, and shown around the country at fairs and civic meetings to pitch the idea that building highways is a good thing. It seems to have been a success.

Members are invited to respond to this ode to the open road in America with your own postcard-like pictures of natural parks, urban wonders, pretty girls and cars. Drop a note to info (at) ny3d dot org so we can plan for your Realist-format slides. Vintage collections and your own work are welcome. After the show we'll migrate to some nearby establishment for anniversary libations.


This Realist-format conversion of the original Kodachrome plates is shown courtesy of the National Stereoscopic Association.


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