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Nick Noir (Colorized): 1924

Nick Noir (Colorized): 1924

Colorized from a Shorpy original. I've seen two different versions of the American Railway Express logo; one in green with red lettering, and the red diamond version here, a more obvious precursor to the Railway Express Agency which would be incorporated in 1929. Apologies if I have any of the uniform colours wrong. View full size.

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Thank you!

Hey Tacoma thanks for your kind words! I'm a big fan of Dave's amazing curation and restorations and the really amazing community dedicated to history over here. I'm honestly like a kid in a sweetshop picking subjects to do.

I thought your Funny Girl was really well executed!

Cheers.

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These colorizations from photojacker are marvelously subtle and evocative. This one is my favorite, but check out the Texaco Station and the Two-Bit Hotel. Lovely work.

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