Vibrant color photographs of Chicago’s Rail Yards taken by Jack Delano, 1940s

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In 1942 and 1943, the Farm Security Administration photographer Jack Delano spent time in the rail yards of Chicago, documenting the busy freight hub and the workers’ everyday life. The photographs were made on Kodachrome color transparencies creating vibrant and extra colorful shots. More lines of track radiate in more directions from Chicago than from […]

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