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Машина времени | США | Сороковые
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Originally posted by podakuni at Машина времени | США | Сороковые

1940 | Servicing an A-20 bomber at Langley Field, Virginia | Alfred Palmer

В продолжение к этим двум постам:

  • Машина времени | США | Начало XX века
  • Машина времени | Российская Империя | Начало XX века

  • Здесь собрано 100 цветных фотографий Америки сороковых годов прошлого века, сделанные разными авторами. В основном тут кадры снятые на плёнку 4х5 Kodachrome, но есть и кадры с 35-мм техники. Взяты они преимущественно с www.shorpy.com, там же можно найти изображения в большем размере (тут они по 1200 пикселей по большой стороне, так что, акууратнее — трафик).

    Главным образом в этих кадрах меня впечатлил цвет.



    001 | 1940 | Main Street, Pie Town | Russell Lee


    002 | 1940 | At the Pie Town Fair | Russell Lee


    003 | 1940 | Serving the barbecue dinner at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair. Pie Town is a community settled by about 200 migrant Texas and Oklahoma farmers who filed homestead claims | Russell Lee


    004 | 1940 | Serving up the barbeque at the Pie Town, New Mexico, Fair | Russell Lee


    005 | 1940 | Saying grace before the barbeque dinner at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair | Russell Lee


    006 | 1940 | Homesteader and his children eating barbeque at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair | Russell Lee


    007 | 1940 | Men of the community of Pie Town, New Mexico, eating at the barbeque | Russell Lee


    008 | 1940 | Barbecue dinner at the Catron County Fair at Pie Town, New Mexico | Russell Lee


    009 | 1940 | Homesteaders Jim Norris and wife, Pie Town, New Mexico | Russell Lee


    010 | 1940 | Faro and Doris Caudill, homesteaders, Pie Town, New Mexico. Faro and Doris got divorced a couple years after this picture was taken; she ended up homesteading in Alaska | Russell Lee


    011 | 1940 | Church at Llano de San Juan, New Mexico | Russell Lee


    012 | 1940 | The Faro Caudill family eating dinner in their dugout, Pie Town, New Mexico | Russell Lee


    013 | 1940 | General Merchandise store, Main Street, Pie Town, New Mexico | Russell Lee


    014 | 1940 | Jack Whinery, Pie Town, New Mexico, homesteader, with his wife and the youngest of his five children in their dirt-floor dugout home | Russell Lee


    015 | 1940 | The Jack Whinery family in their Pie Town dugout. Homesteader Whinery, a licensed preacher, donates his services to the local church | Russell Lee


    016 | 1940 | Fun at the Delta County Fair in western Colorado | Russell Lee


    017 | 1940 | Pie Town schoolchildren in a community musical program | Russell Lee


    018 | 1942 | Street corner, Dillon, Montana | Russell Lee


    019 | 1942 | Madison County, Montana. Sheep grazing the Gravelly Range at the foot of Black Butte | Russell Lee


    020 | 1942 | First snow of the season in the foothills of the Little Belt Mountains. Lewis and Clark National Forest, Meagher County, Montana | Russell Lee


    021 | 1941 | On the Main Street of Cascade, Idaho | Russell Lee


    022 | 1940 | Delta County, Colorado. Hay stack and automobiles of peach pickers | Russell Lee


    023 | 1941 | Summer of '41 | Russell Lee






    024 | 1943 | Santa Fe R.R. yard at night, Kansas City, Kansas | Jack Delano


    025 | 1943 | The Santa Fe Yards at Argentine, Kansas | Jack Delano


    026 | 1943 | Illinois Central R.R. freight cars at the South Water Street freight terminal, Chicago | Jack Delano


    027 | 1943 | Santa Fe streamliner Super Chief being serviced at the depot in Albuquerque. Servicing these Diesel streamliners takes five minutes | Jack Delano


    028 | 1942 | 40th Street Shop, Chicago & Northwestern R.R. | Jack Delano


    029 | 1942 | Roundhouse at the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad yard, Chicago | Jack Delano


    030 | 1943 | Daniel Senise throwing a switch in an Indiana Harbor Belt Line railyard | Jack Delano


    031 | 1940 | Children in the tenement district, Brockton, Massachusetts | Jack Delano


    032 | 1943 | Women employed as roundhouse wipers having lunch, Chicago & North Western Railroad, Clinton, Iowa | Jack Delano


    033 | 1942 | Chicago & North Western railyard, Chicago | Jack Delano


    034 | 1943 | Santa Fe freight about to leave for the West Coast from the Corwith yard in Chicago | Jack Delano


    035 | 1943 | Coal and sand chutes at the Argentine Yard, Santa Fe R.R., Kansas City, Kansas | Jack Delano


    036 | 1942 | Locomotives over the ash pit at the roundhouse and coaling station of the Chicago & North Western Railroad yards | Jack Delano


    037 | 1942 | A young worker at the Chicago & North Western 40th Street shops | Jack Delano


    038 | 1942 | A winter afternoon in the North Proviso yardmaster's office, Chicago & North Western Railroad | Jack Delano


    039 | 1943 | Yardmaster at Amarillo, Texas, railyard | Jack Delano


    040 | 1943 | Viola Sievers, one of the wipers at the Chicago & North Western roundhouse, giving a giant "H" class locomotive a bath of live steam at Clinton, Iowa | Jack Delano


    041 | 1943 | Santa Fe R.R. shops, Albuquerque. Hammering out a drawbar on the steam drop hammer in the blacksmith shop | Jack Delano


    042 | 1943 | Freight depot of the Army consolidating station at Chicago | Jack Delano


    043 | 1941 | Street in San Juan, Puerto Rico | Jack Delano


    044 | 1943 | Amarillo, Texas. General view of the city and the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad | Jack Delano


    045 | 1943 | Westbound Santa Fe freight on a siding at Ricardo, New Mexico, waiting for the eastbound train to pass | Jack Delano


    046 | 1941 | Child of a Farm Security Administration rural rehabilitation borrower in front of his house in Puerto Rico | Jack Delano


    047 | 1941 | At the state fair in Rutland, Vermont | Jack Delano


    048 | 1942 | Three West Coast streamliners in the Chicago & North Western yards at Chicago | Jack Delano


    049 | 1940 | Burning autumn leaves along Broadway in Norwich, Connecticut | Jack Delano


    050 | 1941 | Lowell, Mass. Commuters who have just come off the train, waiting for the bus to go home | Jack Delano






    051 | 1942 | B-25 bomber assembly hall, North American Aviation, Kansas City | Alfred Palmer


    052 | 1942 | Engine inspector for North American Aviation at Long Beach, California | Alfred Palmer


    053 | 1942 | Riveter at Douglas Aircraft Corporation plant in Long Beach, California | Alfred Palmer


    054 | 1942 | Furnace man at phosphate smelter, TVA chemical plant near Muscle Shoals, Alabama | Alfred Palmer


    055 | 1942 | B-25 bomber final assembly line at North American Aviation works, Inglewood, California | Alfred Palmer


    056 | 1942 | A painter cleans the tail section of a P-51 Mustang fighter prior to spraying with olive-drab camouflage. North American Aviation plant, Inglewood, California | Alfred Palmer


    057 | 1942 | Final assembly for a B-25 bomber at North American Aviation, Inglewood, California | Alfred Palmer


    058 | 1942 | Truck driver at the Tennessee Valley Authority's Douglas Dam | Alfred Palmer


    059 | 1942 | Big Pete" Ramagos, a rigger at work on the TVA's Douglas Dam in Tennessee | Alfred Palmer


    060 | 1943 | Touching up the U.S. Army Air Forces insignia on a "Vengeance" dive bomber manufactured at Consolidated-Vultee's Nashville division | Alfred Palmer


    061 | 1940 | Servicing an A-20 bomber at Langley Field, Virginia | Alfred Palmer


    062 | 1942 | Assembling switchboxes on the firewalls of B-25 bombers at North American Aviation's Inglewood, California | Alfred Palmer


    063 | 1942 | Workers installing fixtures and assemblies in the tail section of a B-17F bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant in Long Beach, California | Alfred Palmer


    064 | 1942 | American mothers and sisters, like these women at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant in Long Beach, California, give important help in producing dependable planes for their men at the front | Alfred Palmer


    065 | 1942 | An M-4 tank crew training at Fort Knox, Kentucky | Alfred Palmer


    066 | 1942 | Students at Washington High School in Los Angeles training for specific contributions to the war effort | Alfred Palmer


    067 | 1942 | Metal parts are placed on masonite by this employee before they slide under the multi-ton hydropress at North American Aviation in Inglewood, California | Alfred Palmer


    068 | 1943 | Working on the horizontal stabilizer of a "Vengeance" dive bomber at the Consolidated-Vultee plant in Nashville | Alfred Palmer


    069 | 1942 | Fort Knox, Kentucky. A good job in the air cleaner of an Army truck. This Negro soldier, who serves as truck driver and mechanic, plays an important part in keeping Army transport fleets in operation | Alfred Palmer


    070 | 1942 | Long Beach, California. Girl riveting machine operator at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant joins sections of wing ribs to reinforce the inner wing assemblies of B-17F heavy bombers | Alfred Palmer


    071 | 1941 | Goodyear Aircraft, Akron, Ohio. Formerly an aircraft dock, this huge building, thought to be the largest in the world with no interior supports | Alfred Palmer


    072 | 1942 | Langley Field, Virginia. YB-17 bombardment squadron | Alfred Palmer


    073 | 1942 | Douglas Aircraft Co. at Long Beach, California. Carefully trained women inspectors check cargo transport innerwings before they are assembled on the fuselage | Alfred Palmer


    074 | 1942 | Fort Knox, Kentucky. Infantryman with halftrack. A young soldier sights his Garand rifle like an old-timer. He likes the piece for its fine firing qualities and its rugged, dependable mechanism | Alfred Palmer


    075 | 1942 | Crane operator at Tennessee Valley Authority's Douglas Dam | Alfred Palmer


    076 | 1942 | Kansas City, Kansas. B-25 bomber plane at North American Aviation being hauled along an outdoor assembly line | Alfred Palmer


    077 | 1942 | Fairfax bomber plant, Kansas City | Alfred Palmer


    078 | 1942 | P-51 "Mustang" fighter planes being prepared for test flight near the North American Aviation plant in Inglewood, California | Alfred Palmer


    079 | 1942 | Parris Island, South Carolina. Marine lieutenant glider pilot in training at Page Field | Alfred Palmer


    080 | 1942 | A new B-25 bomber is brought for a test hop to the flight line at the Kansas City, Kansas, plant of North American Aviation | Alfred Palmer


    081 | 1942 | Thousands of North American Aviation employees at Inglewood, California, look skyward as the bomber and fighter planes they helped build perform overhead during a lunch period air show | Alfred Palmer


    082 | 1942 | M-3 tank crews at Fort Knox, Kentucky | Alfred Palmer


    083 | 1942 | M-3 tanks in action. Fort Knox, Kentucky | Alfred Palmer


    084 | 1942 | Light tank going through water obstacle. Fort Knox, Kentucky | Alfred Palmer






    085 | 1942 | With a woman's determination, Lorena Craig takes over a man-size job in Corpus Christi, Texas. Before she came to work at the Naval Air Base she was a department store girl. Now she is a cowler under civil service | Howard Hollem


    086 | 1942 | Mating operation on a C-87 transport plane just before it comes to the pre- assembly line at the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation plant, Fort Worth, Texas | Howard Hollem


    087 | 1942 | Mrs. Eloise J. Ellis has been appointed by civil service to be senior supervisor in the Assembly and Repairs Department at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas | Howard Hollem


    088 | 1942 | Lathe operator machining parts for transport planes at the Consolidated Aircraft plant in Fort Worth, Texas | Howard Hollem


    089 | 1943 | Lucille Mazurek, age 29, ex-housewife, husband going into the service. Working at the Heil and Co. factory in Milwaukee on blackout lamps to be used on Air Force gasoline trailers | Howard Hollem


    090 | 1942 | Feeding an SNC advanced training plane its essential supply of gasoline is done by sailor mechanics at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas | Howard Hollem


    091 | 1942 | Naval Air Base at Corpus Christi, Texas. Jesse Rhodes Waller, aviation ordnance mate third class, tries out a 30-caliber machine gun he has just installed in a Navy plane | Howard Hollem


    092 | 1942 | Installing an engine at the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation plant. Fort Worth, Texas | Howard Hollem


    093 | 1942 | Rita Rodriguez. Production of B-24 bombers and C-87 transports at Consolidated Aircraft, Fort Worth, Texas | Howard Hollem


    094 | 1942 | Corpus Christi, Texas. Women from all fields have joined the production army | Howard Hollem






    095 | 1943 | Taos County, New Mexico. The J.D. Leon general store in Cerro | John Collier


    096 | 1943 | Store and plaza in the village of Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico | John Collier


    097 | 1942 | Fruit Store and Capital Hotel at 10th and P, Lincoln, Nebraska | John Vachon


    098 | 1942 | Columbia Steel Co. at Geneva, Utah | Andreas Feininger


    099 | 1942 | Columbia Steel at Geneva, Utah. Servicing one of the floodlights that turn night into day on the construction site of a new steel plant needed for the war effort | Andreas Feininger


    100 | 1942 | American Smelting and Refining. Garfield, Utah | Andreas Feininger

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    А чем тебя привлек этот пост? :))

    прежде всего качеством фотографий 70-ти летней давности, и ощущением подглядывания в прошлое:)

    круууто. но некоторые фотки производят впечатление раскрашенных

    Цвет хорош, и вообще качество отличное.

    Современные хуже смотрятся.

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