WORTH 1000 WORDS
Vintage cameras come with stories to tell
I grew up in a family of photographers. Both my mother and father went to the Ray Vogue School of Photography in Chicago on the GI Bill after WWII. My parents operated a photo studio in both Sheridan, Wyoming and Bozeman, Montana and as a youngster I was strapped into a highchair in the darkroom while they processed film and prints.
It wasn’t long before I knew that the when the timer went off it was time for the film to go into the fixer. We moved to Seattle in the late 1940s and my father took up his profession as a commercial photographer, finishing his career at The Boeing Company.
WEDGWOOD HAS CAPITALIZED ON AMERICAN MARKET FOR TWO CENTURIES
The Wedgwood pottery, founded by Josiah Wedgwood, has supplied the American market
with its products for 200 years. The company did
a particularly brisk business in the United States following the War of 1812, as did many other
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