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References and Resources

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H.T. Clarke. “Charles Edward Kenneth Mees, 1882–1960,” [PDF] Biographical Memoirs, National Academy Press (1971).

E. Rijper (ed). Kodachrome: The American Invention of Our World, 1939–1959, Delano Greenidge Editions (2002).

D. Westergren. “The Legend of Kodachrome Flat,” National Geographic, 24 June 2009.

Nat Geo's Most Amazing Photos, Final Exposure, [Video] National Geographic TV, 17 September 2010.

B. Dobbin. “De Niro, Brooklyn, India on last Kodachrome roll,” Seattle Times, 2 August 2010.

D.W. Dunlap. “A Color-Saturated Sun Sets on Kodachrome,” New York Times, 29 December 2010.

A.G. Sulzberger. “For Kodachrome Fans, Road Ends at Photo Lab in Kansas,” New York Times, 29 December 2010.

S. McCurry. “The End of an Era—1935 to 2010,” Steve McCurry’s Blog, 30 December 2010.

A. Pollet. “The Cavalcade of Color: Kodak and the 1939 World’s Fair,” Études photographiques 30 (2012).

R.L. Shanebrook. Making Kodak Film, Expanded 2nd ed., Self-published.

If the author gets any usable photographs from her Kodachrome roll, she will post them online at http://photonicpat.wordpress.com.


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