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  1. "Nick DeWolf (1928-2006) was an engineer and entrepreneur who founded a company called Teradyne in the USA. In his spare time he was also cataloging his life with a camera. These amazing photos came long before Flickr but thanks to his son-in-law and archivist, Steve Lundeen, we can finally see his deep catalog of photos. So far there are 43,450! " I've taken a look through some of them and he really was an acomplished photographer, photographing and recording events of everyday life all over the world. Here are some of his Thailand scans from 1972: More here: https://www.flickr.c...57632407378132/ https://www.flickr.c...57632708317555/ https://www.flickr.c...57643068372183/ http://blog.flickr.n...os-nick-dewolf/
  2. Came across this site archiving a few collections of old documents and photos taken by US Peace Corps volunteers stationed in Thailand in the early 1960s onwards. http://www.friendsof...hives/main.html School children, BKK, 1962 Songkran, Chiang Mai, 1962 Wedding, Khamphaengphet 1967-1969 Neil Armstrong's visit to Thailand in 1969
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