"Savoy" conjures up 1940's nightclubs to me. It sounds classy but in
the case of the Savoy camera c.1961, it's a misnomer. A better name
would be "Joe."
Lots of things sported outer space artwork on them in the early 60's.
Cameras were even named after spacey things. "Satellite." "Sputnik."
"Rocket." "Yuri Gagarin."
The story behind this Savoy and its associated rolls of exposed rolls
of Kodacolor-X is as lost as the people in the photographs. I found the
camera and film in my office the other day. An unlabeled box held the
camera and five rolls of Kodacolor X.
I assume that the rolls are all from the Savoy.
Middle aged women with ample hips shouldn't be tempted to ride pogo
Maybe she's trying to aerate the soil. I'll bet she scared the hell out
of any moles that were living behind that split-level.
I don't see the pogo stick lady. She was probably at the dentist having
the remnants of her front teeth removed.
Uncle Charlie always wore his best wife beater shirt to family events.
His boots and black socks complimented his mustard stained shorts
I never cared much for public swimming pools. There were too many warm
spots for my liking.
I have pictures of my kids that look like this. The subject has
been forced to stand still for the interminable shutter click.
The other kids are having fun. Take your damn picture and go away.
"Stand still and smile for the camera."
I have hundreds of running monkey photos in my
Clean your windows for a dollar ?
Not the kind of place you want to wander into at night.