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Saratoga Photobooth Company's "Model 11" photobooth from the 1950s. It's estimated that there's only about a dozen of these left in the world. This photobooth spent it's life at the bus station near the Marine Corps base in Camp Lejeune, NC. Think of all the soldiers and their sweeties who have taken their photos behind its curtains.

Saratoga Photobooth Company's "Model 11" photobooth from the 1950s. It's estimated that there's only about a dozen of these left in the world. This photobooth spent it's life at the bus station near the Marine Corps base in Camp Lejeune, NC. Think of all the soldiers and their sweeties who have taken their photos behind its curtains.

The sign on the side of our "Model 17" vintage photobooth from the 1970s.

The sign on the side of our "Model 17" vintage photobooth from the 1970s.

The photo slot on the side of our "Model 11" photobooth from the 1950s. The photo-chemical process took a few minutes to develop. The photostrip would usually be wet so you had to be sure not to touch it until it was dry.

The photo slot on the side of our "Model 11" photobooth from the 1950s. The photo-chemical process took a few minutes to develop. The photostrip would usually be wet so you had to be sure not to touch it until it was dry.

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