Thursday, December 19, 2019

New Photos available from the Vintage Roadside Archives

Looking for unique historic images for your decorating needs? We fired our Etsy print shop back up about a month ago and the response has been great. For those of you that have purchased prints we'd like to offer a sincere thank you! For those of you that haven't swung by yet we hope you find something perfect for your home, office or business. You can find our shop here.

Our images differ from many online print sellers in that none of them come from government or library public domain collections. We own the original negatives for each image we offer and have personally drum scanned, processed and produced everything we offer.

Here are a few recent images we've made available:

A group shot of tourists in the 1950s enjoying the wonder that is the Grand Canyon. Print from an original 4"x5' negative.

1950s Arizona Dude Ranch Cowboys. Print from an original 4"x5" negative.

The remains of the roadside zoo along old Route 66 in Two Guns, Arizona. Photo by us.

Bedrock City near the Grand Canyon. A 1960s roadside attraction that was recently sold. Photo by us.

Roy's Motel & Cafe along old Route 66 in Amboy, California. Photo by us.

A mail carrier in South Dakota in 1915 posing with his 1911 Wagner 4-11 Motorcycle. Print from original nitrate negative.

We'll be working over the next few months to digitize more of our archives so if there's anything specific you're looking for we'd love to hear from you!

Safe travels,

Jeff & Kelly
Vintage Roadside

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