“Here’s A bunch of old color transparencies that I came across,” writes Ethan. “I don’t know these folks, and very little info…just what they wrote on a few slides.” The pictures look to have been taken in 1950s Seattle – in one image we can see the city’s Northgate Theater and Bon Marche in Northgate Mall. As ever with these found photos, it’s a fun exercise to imagine a story between the pictures:
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