Well, color has always been there of course, but color photography was not as common in publications in the era I model. Figuring out what color things are using black and white photographs is a fine art that escapes me, so I tend to rely on other's who have better resources or have salvaged things and just now bringing them to lite. Case in point..there's no shortage of color reference for Sunkist on the web, but to find a shot of a period piece, preserved is a rare treat. A company local to the original packing house saved the marque portion of the front of the structure and incorporated it into their office space. When I worked with Disney some of the projects required doing faux details like this and getting them to look weather worn was always a difficult task. Here, mother nature did the hard work for them. Anyway, photo's like this are great resources and inspiration to dig a bit deeper into your project.