The Rescued Photos of Allen & Sachtleben
In 1890, two American college graduates set off to circle the globe on new-fangled "safeties" (the prototype of the present-day bicycle), armed with another remarkable novelty: the compact Kodak camera. Miraculously, over 120 years later, hundreds of photographs they took of Asia Minor during their second year on the road have come to light. Join bicycle historian David V. Herlihy (author of Bicycle: the History and The Lost Cyclist) as he shows this trove and recounts their historic journey.
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