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We Built a Photo Booth into a 1982 Volkswagon and Drove it Criss-Crossing the Country Capturing a PORTRAIT OF AMERICA

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Driving over 20,000 miles in total, the team that makes up Magnolia Photo Booth Company took a van on the road, driving a 1982 Westfalia camper over a period of 101 days. They visited 41 states and took over 15,000 photos in 30 of them in their van sporting "FREE PHOTOBOOTH" on the side. This book is their story, along with photos of the people who stepped into their ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published 2012 by Magnolia Photo Booth Company
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Cheri
Jan 05, 2014 Cheri rated it really liked it
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Every year for more years than I bothered to count, my daughter and I have gone to the Renegade Craft Fair in San Francisco, typically held twice a year, but we have been religious about the December "show." And every year, like almost everyone, if the lines speak for the popularity, takes advantage of the one booth that is the Free Photo Booth, run by Magnolia Photo Booth Company. They offer a box full of props for your use, which we have taken advantage of every time, and we each own our own ...more
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