06/21/2012 7:00 pm
Venue: Left Bank Books - Central West End | Charles Cushman (1896-1972) photographed a disappearing world in living color. Cushman's midcentury America--a place normally seen only through a scrim of gray--reveals itself as a place as vivid and real as the veiw through our window. The Day in Its Color highlights from what may be the largest cache of one photographer's Kodachrome slides ever found. Eric Sandweiss is the former director of research at Missouri Historical Society.