1920’s Young Girls Playing Posing for the Camera

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.


Harriet Scofield, October 1921

Hey Harriet!

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!

Shadow Shot Sunday

1929 Vintage Tennis Fashions ~ Burdines, Miami

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!)

 Woman models tennis fashions at Burdine's: Miami, Florida

Florida in the 1920’s ~ Child and Dog

 From the State Library and Archives of Florida

“Child and Dog ~ 1920’s”

A Vintage Camera Critter

Child and dog

Marmon Motorcar, Steel Erector Set Bridge, and A Wistful Girl


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.


Hey Harriet! Check out the Vintage Critter Guard Dog

Not the most welcoming look on this dog’s face …

 “What the heck do you want?”

A “Found Photo” fron California c. 1920’s

Its a Shadow Shot — Camera Critter!

1924 California – Jack Russell Hitching A Ride

I love everything about this photograph.

The dog, the car. Everything.

Camera Critters