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Thread: Kokomo H.D. CIRCA. 1918

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    Default Kokomo H.D. CIRCA. 1918

    Here is a panoramic picture I had to take in sections to get the best picture I could. Kokomo Indiana 1918.



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    Steve

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    Great picture! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    Where is the original?
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    Great picture, Steve. I'm counting 2 Excelsiors, and 1 Indian in that mess of Harleys. Interesting mix of motorcycles of the time, as you see single speed, and later 3 speed bikes. The single speed riders must have had a real inferiority complex; but then many roads in America were pretty bad and the 3 speed guys may have been stuck in 1st, and 2nd most of the time.
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    Dave and Jay Moody have the original. It could be 1917 as Eddie Polo shows starring in Bullseye and it was playing at the Star Theatre 1st picture.

    Steve
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    Whole picture blurry.


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    Maybe they would see fit to take it to a photo studio and have a high quality copy neg made. Then print some new ones. I would be a buyer.
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    Looks great in dot matrix, Steve!

    ....Cotten
    PS: The first thing I would do is to gently (over time,..) press it flat between glass.
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    Chris,

    Dave and Jay closed up shop and moved to Florida 2 years ago and I do not have any contact info for them.

    Sorry Steve

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    Cotton,

    That is a street corner I don"t think it will press flat. LOL

    Steve

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