A very young mechanic, noted on the back of one of the photos: “1927 – 869 E Price St.” That’s it — no city or state or names.
The girl on the right looks very much like the young girl in this photo previous blog post.
This found photo was in a batch that came from Chicago. I guesstimate the date to be early 1920′s.
They may be youngsters in this photo, but if alive now, they would be oldsters.
I never saw a baseball game here, but I did attend a few concerts here during the 1970′s. The most memorable was Fleetwood Mac, Kenny Loggins & Chick Corea and the Return to Forever Band.
… feeling very old at the moment!
This huge Globe of the Earth is constructed of steel, weighs 3-14 tons and has a diameter of 10 ft. and circumference of 31 ft 5 inches. It is placed in the center of the Pan American Terminal building at Miami, Florida.
60 years later – I wonder what happened to it?
A Found Photo from a group that came from California.
I love the look on this man’s face. He is so happy and proud!
And, I think he’s the same guy that was hanging around the tree in this photo!
Found Photo – Two Guys Just Hanging Around (In a Tree!)
Can anyone read what is carved into the tree?
I have absolutely no clues about this photo. I just like it.
I love the graphics in these fruit crate labels. Feel free to copy the Royalty-Free Designs (and link back to me if you do.)
The problem with collecting “found photos” is that they are rarely named and dated. However, sometimes, a collector gets lucky.
So, we have here, Ms. Harriet Scofield posing for her photo all dressed up with somewhere to go!
This is a vintage World War I Recruiting Poster for the U.S. Army.
Another favorite from the Florida Archives.
We used to go to Burdines (Department Store) in Miami every Christmas to see Santa (during the 60′s – not the 20′s!)
1920′s ~ Ladies Out for A Drive
Where are you going?
Mexicali Beer anyone?
Just 75 cents a pitcher!
This found photo was in a batch that came from California.
I can only guess that this photo was taken in the early 1900′s.
1910′s or 20′s?
The shadows are tagging along for the cheap beer.
Breaking away from the “Wordless” part of Wednesday for a moment. Do you notice on the fender to the right of the woman? It says “Marmon” on it. I am only guessing at the 1920′s on this photo based upon the clothing/style.
These Old-Fashioned Silhouettes are “permission-free” graphics, so feel free to copy and share. Click on the small gallery photo below for a larger view.
I love everything about this photograph.
The dog, the car. Everything.
There is an awful lot going on in this photo including the neat shadows on the porch from the fence slats.
Is she a child? or a young woman?
Do you think the doll is kind of creepy looking?
Care to add your own caption?
This found photo came from Michigan, and was in a
batch from the 1920′s.
Please feel free to leave your own caption!