An anonymous snapshot of any woman, any where, circa 1950. I can not imagine plating my turkey, carrying it outside for a snapshot all while risking it falling to the ground, and my family tolerating the removal of the main entree from the house, haha. Thanksgiving here in America stands for traditions, family, friends, a …
Based on what Ed said on a previous post, these sailors are in their winter uniforms. This photo is from my favorite antique shop in Orange, CA. I’m guessing on a date of the 1940s. I love the smile on the sailor on the right.
I always pose my kid on a cannon barrel. Don’t you?
This is an undated snapshot of three men in front of some type of large vehicle in the barn. I assume from the note penned on the back that it is the fire station somewhere….any input from readers is greatly appreciated! “My self, Wall and Strom (who was fire chief until transferred) now that handsome …
It certainly is NOT cold enough for dog sleds here where I live – although it is “chilly” by our thin skinned standards, a cool 70 degrees, ha ha. This photo was captioned “Dog team, Ft. Wainwright Alaska, Jan 1962, 69 below.” Wow. That’s cold.