This Man Took 31 Rolls Of Undeveloped Film From WWII And Found Something Amazing

The Rescued Film Project is an organization dedicated to the preservation of unclaimed and undeveloped rolls of film from the 1930s to the 1990s. Photographer Levi Bettwieser, the project’s founder, came across something extraordinary late last year. At an auction, Bettwieser discovered a lot of 31 undeveloped rolls of film dating back to World War II. 

The rolls included titles like Boston Harbor, La Havre Harbor, and Lucky Strike Camp.

The Rescued Film Project

After acquiring the old rolls, Bettwieser took to the time-intensive work of cataloguing and developing them at his home.

The Rescued Film Project

While many of the rolls were too damaged…

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