In the University of California, Santa Cruz, there is a large collection of photos (about 10 thousand!) of the Soviet Union, taken by photographer Branson DeCou who travelled around the country a lot. At that time they were able to take color photos but for some reason the photographer preferred to take black-and-white ones and then colour them by himself. Taking into account the fact that it took him several hours to color just one slide, how much time then did it take him to color the whole collection?
Odessa, tourists at the port.
Odessa, a city council (or a city executive committee?).
Odessa, a shop window with portraits of Lenin and Stalin.
Odessa, a monument in Shevchenko park with a flower portrait of Stalin.
Odessa, a group of young Ukrainians.
Odessa, Londonskaya Hotel.
Odessa, Opera and Ballet Theater.
Odessa, Primorskaya (Potemkinskaya) staircase.
Odessa, a communist hammer and sickle monument.
Odessa, a store.
Odessa, a city view.
Odessa, a street full of pedestrians.