Here's One of the Giant Kodak Colorama That Hung in Grand Central Station in 1958

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Photo: Imgur

The Kodak Colorama of photographs were a collection of large-scale prints of various places around the world that were rotated in and out of Grand Central Terminal for over 4 decades.

For 40 years, nobody walking through Grand Central Station could have missed the Kodak Coloramas. Aside from showcasing Kodak’s technological and creative prowess, these 18’ X 60’ foot pictures were appreciated for promoting a critical cause – photography for photography’s sake.

This photo of the Brooklyn Bridge, East River and the Manhattan skyline hung in Grand Central in May and June of 1958.

Check out the Kodak Colorama page to learn more about the series.

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