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From 1950 to the Kodak company displayed what were described as “The World’s Largest Photographs,” on one of the balconies inside New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.

Exotic: While the majority of the Kodak photos depicted life and vacations in the U.S. there were some shots from sights across the world, such as this 1964 image of the Taj Mahal.  Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk

The real Kodak Moments: Nostalgic photos show 1960s family bliss, young love, and summer vacations for camera company's 'Colorama' campaign

Exotic: While the majority of the Kodak photos depicted life and vacations in the U. there were some shots from sights across the world, such as this 1964 image of the Taj Mahal

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Camping at Lake Placid by Herb Archer. © 2009 Kodak, courtesy of George Eastman House.

Kodak’s Idealized Colorama Returns

Kodak's Idealized Colorama Returns

For 40 years, photographs of an idealized world hung in Grand Central Terminal.

Ansel Adams spent four weeks in Monument Valley waiting for  dramatic clouds effects

Ansel Adams spent four weeks in Monument Valley waiting for dramatic clouds effects

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Pirate’s Cove, Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas, diplayed January Photo by Hank Mayer © Eastman Kodak Co.

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Kodak Colorama ~ America's Junior Miss Pageant [Chrysler Museum of Art]

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Mother & Child playing dolls, displayed January Photo by Ralph Amdursky © Eastman Kodak Co.

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