These three rolls of 120 film were recovered from Freeport Illinois. A couple were labelled, and in original packaging, so we know that the rolls of film themselves expired in 1970.
Roll One: Verichrome Pan Exp. September 1970
Roll Two: Verichrome Pan
Labeled: Meramec State Park
Roll Three: Verichrome Pan Exp. September 1970
Labeled: Will Rogers
This is a huge collection of photos from a single photographer, and starting on August 24th, 2015 I will add photos over the next few months.
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This is a roll of Kodak Gold 400 with some light leak damage and fading from age.
Dates range from June to July, 2007.
To me, this seems like southern Alberta or British Columbia.
His shirt says Property of Molson Canadian Light
Hat says Canada and you can just barely see someone else to the right in the light leak.
About the Film
An off brand of colour film called “Photoworks”. That’s also the name of a film processing company based out of San Francisco. Not much to go on, but it’s a start.
What struck me more than anything else is how good they were in their composition for the majority of the photos. I also suspect that a good Camera and lens combination was used.
Pretty gutsy trying to hand hold a moon photo, the last one isn’t horrible.
These portraits are really good, especially the kids and the dog.
QuikSilver is a company based out of California, but has stores everywhere, not much to go on here.
Could be the ocean.
Can’t quite make out the lettering on his collar.
Not much to go on here. There is a bridge off in the distance of the first couple photos that may help narrow it down.