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UPDATE: Our garden party is on Bontecou Road at Lilburn Drive in Stony Point, New York. While a number of you independently arrived at the correct answer, Johnny Yuma was first. Clapclapclap! Tell us how you did it.
An unlabeled Kodachrome from the same batch of slides as young Stephen, fast-forwarded to what seems to be the mid-1960s. Who'll be the first to Street View this split-level suburb? In the meantime, pull up a chair. View full size.
Here Today -- The car they said was years away!
New York City, December 1947. "Hudson dealers and the new Hudson." A striking design that sold like hotcakes when it was introduced to car-starved postwar America. 4x5 inch acetate negative by John M. Fox. View full size.