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1920s Women in Autochrome Color

By Glamourdaze @GlamourdazeBlog

Rare unseen photographs of 1920s fashion –

1920s Women in Autochrome Lumiere Color

A young woman poses in Rock Creek Cemetery in Washington in 1929. Photo by Orren R Louden ©National Geographic Creative

There are only a few really good color fashion photos from the late 1920s. Back in 2011 we featured some amazing color photographs of 1920s women in mostly rural or village settings by Clifton R Adams, and it’s hard to get away from these charming photos shot in Autochrome Lumière. Other photographers featured here include Orren R Louden and Maynard Owen Williams.
Thanks to the National Geographic Creative for preserving and uploading these rare images of the fleeting 1920s flappers.

1920s Women in Autochrome Lumiere Color

A young flapper enjoys a sunny day in the park Washington DC 1928. Photo © Clifford R Adams National Geographic Creative

1920s Women in Autochrome Lumiere Color

1920s Women in Autochrome Lumiere Color

Two women standing at a typical English pub in Eton 1928. Photo by Clifford R Adams © National Geographic Creative

1920s Women in Autochrome Lumiere Color

Three college students in the front gardens of Florida State University in 1928. Photo by Clifford R Adams © National Geographic Creative

1920s Women in Autochrome Lumiere Color

The town of Clovelly in Devonshire England 1928. Photo by Clifford R Adams ©National Geographic Creative

That’s all !
©Glamourdaze 2017

Check out our Color Fashion Movie from 1928 


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