Back to Camera A229


Vintage photo – Rear View Group of People in Hawaii looking at Halemaumau Crater – Back to Camera – From Behind – 1940s

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Back to Camera A229


My definition of a FAIR CONDITION photo is a photo that has a multitude of one or more (could be many more) of the following flaws: scratches (could be deep), fingerprints, soiling spots, stains, development flaws, creases, emulsion cracks, crazing, ripple marks, pit marks, and or other marks when viewing the photo at a certain angle to the light. Some of these flaws can be seen straight on, but they are not to much of a distraction. The scan of the photo, I have provided, shows what the photo looks like straight on.

This photo is in FAIR CONDITION.

Back has a piece of paper glued to it and it reads “8. Halemaumau Crater”.

Photo measures about 2 3/4″ x 4 1/2″.

All photos are vintage and original and all WILL show some type of wear and tear.

*Scans may be enlarged to show detail and colors may vary slightly as all monitors and screens are calibrated differently.