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Rotogravure Sunday – Studebaker Edition

As a teenager Paul G. Hoffman (1891-1974) lived out every boy’s fantasy by becoming a daredevil racecar driver. The son of an inventor, Hoffman was fascinated by the mechanical and he was so taken by these wonderous machines he decided … Continue reading

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Rotogravure Sunday

Rotogravure Sunday is back! In the 1920′s Touring Topics published a monthy Rotogravure section featuring great photography and art from great photographers and artists of California and the West. The dreamlike quality of the pictures captures, in my opinion, the … Continue reading

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Rotogravure Sunday

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Rotogravure Sunday

Time for another selection of beautiful rotogravure prints from Touring Topics from the Twenties. Imagine what the original versions of these must look like. Enjoy!

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Rotogravure Sunday

For this week’s installment of Rotogravure Sunday, here are a few more photos from the old Touring Topics rotogravure sections from the 1920′s for a little armchair time traveling. The color tinting, by the way, is the way they were originally … Continue reading

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Rotogravure Sunday

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Rotogravure Sunday

The original caption for this photograph was: “From ‘mewling infant’ to ‘second childishness’ fishing holds a dominant appeal to wary red-blooded man. The poets may sing of flowers of spring, but to the sportsman the season spells opportunity for another sortie against … Continue reading

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