In July 1942, majorettes filled a street car painted red, white and blue to promote the sale of war bonds and stamps during World War II. The car was to go into regular service the next day on the Broadway Line. — Chicago Tribune historical photo (LINK)
Here is our restoration of this photo.
As we’ve shared before, not every photo is a good candidate for restoration. Sometimes, faces are really distorted. The final product can even look a little creepy. But, this photo turned out OK. Some photo licenses prevent derivatives of photos. That is likely the case with this photo, which we are sharing for educational purposes. The same disclosure applies to all photos on this site. We are not a commerical endeavor.
SOURCE: The Chicago Tribune