|Menlo Post Office (Kodak Gold 200 film, Retina IIa camera, 50mm ƒ/2 Xenon lens)|
|"Reach for the batter-whipped bread" (Gold 200 film)|
|Have a seat, a soda, and some petrol|
The store/Post Office had an impressive collection of snapshots of generations of high school graduates, babies, and miscellaneous townsfolk. This must be the town archive. The post mistress said the original store burned in the 1920s, This was the "new" store - from 1924.
The first two photographs are from my new/old 1950s Kodak Retina IIa camera on Gold 200 film. It has the right vibe for this type of subject matter, and the optical quality is excellent.