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1991 Press Photo Priscilla Barnes And Corinne Bohrer

In "the Letters From Moab,"

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Note: Please study the images carefully to determine the condition of this vintage photograph, as it may not be in perfect condition. It may contain wrinkles, cracks, and possibly even tears due to its age and how it was handled before it got to us. A scanner may interpret colors and contrast differently than human eyes will, so it is possible that the actual photograph may be slightly darker or lighter in person. This vintage photograph is offered for sale as a collectible item and conveys no transfer of copyright. 1991 Press Photo Priscilla Barnes and Corinne Bohrer in "The Letters From Moab,"
This is an original press photo. Showtime presents (left to right) Priscilla Barnes and Corinne Bohrer in "The Letters From Moab," an inspiring drama about a small town waitress trapped in a loveless marriage. The latest installment of the Showtime 30-Minute Movie triology, premieres exclusively July 10, 9:00 PM (ET/PT).Photo measures 8 x 10.25inches. Photo is dated 07-30-1991. PHOTO FRONT PHOTO BACK Historic Images Part Number: nop08766 FAQs Q: Can I just download a digital version instead? A: No, we sell only vintage originals and do not make or distribute any copies, including digital ones. Q: Do you combine shipping and invoices? A: Multiple photos won on the same seller ID combine automatically through the Pricetronic checkout process. If you encounter problems with this, send us a message via Pricetronic messaging and we will send you an invoice. Due to Pricetronic limitations, we cannot combine items won on our different seller IDs for a single shipping charge. Q: How quickly do you ship the items once paid? A: We ship within one business day after your payment clears. If you do not receive an "order shipped" email from us by the close of the second business day from submitting payment, please e-mail us via Pricetronic messaging. Q: How do you make sure my photograph arrives safely? A: We package each order between two cross-corrugated pieces of cardboard to ensure that the package is as difficult to bend as possible. We then wrap each order in a plastic sheet to help protect against moisture. We want you to rest assured that we take every precaution to ensure that the photograph you receive will be in the same condition in your care as it was in ours. Q: Will the "Historic Images" watermark be on my photo when I receive it? A: No. This is a digital watermark we use to protect our images. It is not printed on the photo. Q: What are your office hours? A: Pricetronic for us is a business, and a very fun one to be in! We are open M-F 9 to 5 (CST). Therefore, we do not return e-mails and phone calls over the weekend. We observe the following holidays: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Q: Where did all these vintage photos come from? A: These original vintage photographs are from various news service and newspaper photo archives from locations around the country including: Boston, Detroit, Tampa, Chicago, Denver, Seattle, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Portland, Spokane, and more. We do not copy or reproduce any photographs -- every item is a unique vintage piece that was housed in a news archive. Q: Can I use this photograph in my book/blog/website? A: The short answer is no. There is no transfer of copyright for republication or reproduction with these photographs when you purchase them, and only photographs taken before 1923 are currently automatically in the public domain. Permission from the copyright holder, which usually can be identified from the back of each photo, must be sought to republish or reproduce the image for any purpose. Q: Do you relist items (in case I miss an auction ending)? A: Auction items that receive no bids are relisted in our store (historicimages-store on Pricetronic) as a fixed-price item and at a higher price than the starting auction price. Q: Do you leave feedback? A: Yes, we always leave feedback for buyers. Our software monitors when our buyers leave us feedback, then notifies us that we can leave feedback for the buyer. Rest assured, if you leave feedback, we will do the same! 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