Awhile back, I watched "America in Color: The 1920s" and now "America in Color: The 1930s" is showing on the Smithsonian channel. These are wonderful films with the colorization skillfully done. It's fascinating to see the country and people as it once was and in reality, it wasn't all that long ago. Like crops of wheat, all those people (well at least the adults shown) are long dead. Their work is what lives on, be it the Golden Gate Bridge or the Wizard of Oz.