I traveled to the company that took this image originally. It came from a small 2" transparency. There are a handful of them, all of which have green and pink hues. I am hoping to fix the colors.
The original subject was blue and orange, which can be seen in a framed print.
Does anyone have any suggestions about how to color correct this image?
Thanks for comments everyone. Additional info to address questions raised in comments: The two images I post come from a common negative. The blue and white version is a large framed print, owned by the company that took the photo in 1957. While I was at the company that took this image, looking at their archives, I stumbled across small transparencies of the same image, which had turned pink. The version I seek to fix, is a scan of either a transparency or a print-I don't know, it comes from a third party source who traded images with the original company.
I am certain this color change effect was not intentional. To show you, here is another example from the same archives, one is a small slide showing close to the true color, and a the second image is clearly a slide/transparency which has shifted pink. Note that all of these were taken in the 1950s.
Thank you everyone. I may have to go back to Commerce and see if I can sort through decades of negatives to try to find the original negative, (though I don't know if it has aged, or the transparencies did) OR, possibly talk them into letting me take the framed photo off the wall (the print with good colors), scan it, and have it reframed.