Modern colorization of black and white photos has progressed significantly since the early days where coloring digital photos was as good or bad as the skill of the artist involved. On the MyHertiage.com website, using DeOldify artificial intelligence photo enhancement software and Photoshop for color correction, the results are much improved and easier to do. For your enjoyment, please look at the following:
H.H. Marbold standing in front of the trellis, located southeast of the front of the Elmwood mansion.
This is a view from the Windmill Barn looking north at the 3-Part Barn and the feed lot. The artificial intelligence of the DeOldify software revealed the farm hand in the lower right hand corner.
Farm hands plowing the family garden southeast of the Elmwood Mansion. In the background are a barn and the Machine Shed with Corn Crib
Masons unloading bricks during construction of the Boiler House
A U.S. Army Air Corp Curtiss JN “Jenny” barnstorming Greenview, IL during the 1920s.
The Marbold State Bank dressed up for the 4th of July.
Rosa Yung Marbold holding U.S. flag on 11/11/1918, the day World War I ended. Notice President Woodrow Wilson’s photo in the window to the right.
Elmwood House front porch, Henry Marbold in Swift's Brookfield Brand container.
The iconic photo of sheep herding in front of the Elmwood Mansion. B.F. Marbold stands near the fence in front of the conservatory. The colorization reveals the two farm hands near the fence in the center of the photo.
An aerial photo of the Marbold Farmstead as it appeared in 1966. From Vintageaerial .com.