This old-school family photo, captured in a hurry in November 1968, was carefully removed from the Kodak Instamatic camera, driven to Gibson’s Discount in Great Bend, Kan., placed in an orange envelope and mailed to Kodak processing labs in Rochester, N.Y., to be made into Christmas cards and then returned three weeks later to Larry and Ramona. The intrinsic appeal of imperfection is perfection.
This old-school family photo, captured in a hurry in November 1968, was carefully removed from the Kodak Instamatic camera, driven to Gibson’s Discount in Great Bend, Kan., placed in an orange envelope and mailed to Kodak processing labs in Rochester, N.Y., to be made into Christmas cards and then returned three weeks later to Larry and Ramona. The intrinsic appeal of imperfection is perfection. Family photo
This old-school family photo, captured in a hurry in November 1968, was carefully removed from the Kodak Instamatic camera, driven to Gibson’s Discount in Great Bend, Kan., placed in an orange envelope and mailed to Kodak processing labs in Rochester, N.Y., to be made into Christmas cards and then returned three weeks later to Larry and Ramona. The intrinsic appeal of imperfection is perfection. Family photo

The cards of Christmas, past and present

December 01, 2015 02:25 PM

UPDATED December 01, 2015 02:25 PM

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