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    i just read a post below about stock photos, and i was wondering if anyone knew of anyone stock photo sites that specialized in retro 60's/70's stock photos.

    thanks!
    cws

  • #2
    LOC, maybe?
    I hate tracking down on those sometimes though.

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    • #3
      Yeah Library of Congress is great for this type of thing... I had to use it a while back for something and I got great search results... The copyright can be an issue though - seems like the LOC has no idea about most of the stuff on there.

      Currently I am looking for a nice old image to make a life size cut out of... not turning out to be an easy task.
      SIZE DOES MATTER!

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      • #4
        Jupiterimages recently launched their (re)view collection:

        http://www.jupiterimages.com/ourBran...ibraryType=219

        "(re)view is a collection of retro images that each tell a unique story by capturing moments from the past. From humorous, kitschy images to heartwarming, emotional portraits, the collection contains timeless subject matter such as the innocence of childhood, friends, family, business and industry."

        Good luck!

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        • #5
          thanks! ill look at all of these. i appreciate the response.

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