Joe Raymond, from Pownal ME, sent a roll of film from a Kodak Junior 620. The camera dates from the 1930's. The film was wound tighter than a crack-freak but I managed to get it onto a processing reel.
Children are our most valued experience. Nothing else really matters.
Found films come in all sorts of condition. I have a soft spot for fillm that's been through the mill. The photos are dreamy and unreal. Much like our memories of lost times and places.
A broken pine attracted the attention of a long gone photographer.
FFirst day of school ?
Although the print is faded, the adoration for the tilted crossing guard is plain to see. I'll bet it's her older brother.