Tag: chromes

  • The Death Valley Trip

    When I wrote recently (First Color blog post) about the Kodachrome images taken on a trip through Death Valley all the way to Boulder Dam, I didn’t know what prompted this trip. And a starter image of a Sunday Service on Sunday, April 6, 1941, of Troop 225 (Camarillo) at Red Rock, didn’t help much […]

  • April 9, 1941

    April 9, 1941

    PGA establishes Golf Hall of Fame on this day while Dorothy Kirby wins comfortably by 16 strokes ahead of Helen Sigel at the LPGA Titleholders Championship Women’s Golf in Augusta CC. Joel’s group is at Boulder Dam, aka Hoover Dam that day. Incidentally, mid-1941 is also the time the dam stopped filling after 7 years, […]

  • Joel Pahl Dardis

    Joel Pahl Dardis

    I only learned about Joel Pahl Dardis by attending his estate sale on March 12, 2022, after being alerted to it that day by my friend Jessica Fong, Director of the Stockton Art League Goodwin Gallery on Miracle Mile. One look at the photography item tables, and it became immediately clear that this was a […]