Inside Bill’s No. 7

Bill's No. 7Here’s another scanned 35mm negative in the Photo Elective category. This one was from the interior of a fantastic old diner on Main Street in downtown Willimantic, Connecticut. Through the window you can see Willimantic’s famous foot bridge.

All sophomore students majoring in illustration at The Philadelphia College of Art were required to take a minor course in photography where the students would take and process black and white, 35mm images. I lived in and shot photographs around the school’s downtown Philadelphia campus, but I had my camera loaded with Tri-X in tow when I returned to Willimantic for a visit. It’s probably Thanksgiving 1981.

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