The “Smith” Family Celebrates Christmas – First in a series of film rolls all taken by the same family, and never developed. The film came to me from Colorado.
The “Smith” Family Celebrates Easter – Second in a series. Kodacolor-X film that was developed in black and white, and needed a lot of work to darken and enhance so we could see what these folks were up to way back when.
Good Times for the “Smith” Family – Third in a series of film rolls from the 1960s. This set of photos is a variety of significant family events where they took a few pictures here and there to remember the event. But never developed the film, so we have to remember for them.
The “Smith” Family Goes to Florida – Everybody needs a vacation. In this fourth installment in a series of found film posts, our family from the 1960s takes a trip to Florida, where they spend some time at Miami’s “Parrot Jungle” (now called “Jungle Island”) and also go to the beach.
Trip to Grandpa’s – This is the final installment in a series of film rolls recovered from Colorado, and originally shot in the 1960s. We have met the “Smiths” and seen them at Christmas, Easter, birthdays and a trip to Florida and camping with the Airstream. In this final post from that set of film, the kids go to spend some time with Grandpa.