Tag Archives: WW2

Undeveloped WW2 Film Discovered

Toronto. My friend, PHSC member, photographer, and fair exhibitor, Harold Staats, sent me an email the end of last month with a link to a YouTube video describing the latest rescued film project – a whopping 31 rolls of 616 … Continue reading

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Graflex Advertising in LIFE Magazine

Toronto. George Dunbar sent me these historic ads for the famous Graflex cameras used by Photo-jouralists back in the 1920s through 1950s. Both LIFE ads are from two August 1945 issues. By the time these issues were printed, the War … Continue reading

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Remember the Japanese Internment in WW2?

Toronto. During the second world war (WW2) after Hong Kong and Pearl Harbour were ¬†attacked and Japan entered the war on the side of Germany, Many Asian Canadian and American families on the west coast were relocated inland. A deadline … Continue reading

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Das Boot, Das Leica

Toronto. I saw the film Das Boot in the Kingsway Theatre on Bloor in the west end of Toronto. Kingsway was by then a revival theatre. The building was musty and damp, fitting for this movie. ¬†In March of 1983, … Continue reading

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