The Kodachrome product line is 75 years old. The last image has been shot. We are left with the images and the memories.

Five years after celebrating K-75, we can celebrate K-100. Obviously the math doesn't work. We are celebrating a different anniversary. The first use of the Kodachrome name was for the two-color process invented by John Capstaff and introduced in 1915. (link)

Hearst Mansion

Hearst Mansion -- 1962 vacation photo on Kodachrome II

Hearst Mansion

Hearst Mansion -- 2009 vacation photo on Kodachrome 64

Other Information about Kodachrome

Process K-14 sequence with crossections

Kodachrome Thickness

Different Versions of Process K-14

Kodachrome Slide Dating Guide

List of Kodachrome Films