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Happy 25th Anniversary Al & Darlene | Case #030

 About the Film

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The woman on the right with the man and the other looking over look like sisters. This is very likely a gathering involving a lot of friends.

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Pop can says Co-op, doesn’t narrow it down.

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It’s outdoors and nighttime, but everyone is glistening like it’s boiling outside, so we can probably rule out Canada.

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Two cakes! One has blue icing, one had red.

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The last two images are the camera being discovered in a thrift store. Someone is checking to make sure it works. You’ll notice the quality is much better in these last two images. That’s because this lady opened the back, fogging the rest, then she took a couple of shots to see if it worked. After that the film rewound and it was saved.

4 thoughts on “Happy 25th Anniversary Al & Darlene | Case #030”

  1. The beer can in one of the pictures is Kokanee which was exported outside of British Columbia until the mid 90’s. Also, the pop can logo is that of the Federated Co-operatives Limited.

    1. Sorry, was NOT exported outside BC until mid 90’s. Another observation, the label looks like it is prior to the redesign which happened in the early 90’s

  2. And yes, during spring and summer, it could be very hot in canada, or boiling as you say… easylly going in the 100’s F

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