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OLD TIME PHOTOS

Collection by Jackie Warren Dunaway

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........SOME WILL BREAK YOUR HEART.........YOU WILL GO AWAY WANTING TO KNOW THE HISTORY OF THE PICTURES AND THE PEOPLE IN THEM......THEY WENT THROUGH HARD TIMES. WE SHOULD BE SO THANKFUL.

 John Barnett and Son Lincoln in Room of Their Farmhouse in the Dust Bowl by Alfred Eisenstaedt : Artists Us History, History Facts, American History, History Photos, Strange History, Tudor History, British History, Asian History, History Memes

Dust bowl life. Interesting fact: when the flour companies learned that the poor in the dust bowl were sewing flour bags together to make dresses and other clothing for the children, they began selling their flour in different decorative bags with flowers and such things printed on them so that the "clothing" made would be a bit more attractive and fun. And the little girls really appreciated that. It's the little things....

 Removing the matte that originally encircled the portrait of the child revealed the lovely hidden mother, unseen since the day of framing. - "Hidden mother" photos are cool, creepy, and occasionally cute. Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Louis Daguerre, Memento Mori, Image Formation, Vintage Illustration

Hidden Mom

1/9th Plate daguerreotype of a young man sitting in his moms lap. The previous scan shows the full matt that was on the image.

The Photographs That Helped End Child Labor In America image gallery. Lewis Hine, Using His Camera As A Tool For Social Reform, Became Instrumental In Changing Child Labor Laws In The U. Find more authentic curated albums at Getty Images. Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Creepy Pictures, Rare Photos, Lewis Wickes Hine, Foto Transfer, Dust Bowl

Child labor... oyster shuckers, Port Royal SC early 1900s.[600x813]

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This is the smallest gas prices that i have seen. Like now in our times the gas prices are up at like 3 dollars and some change not a half of cent either. Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Items, Retro Advertising, Retro Ads, Vintage Tools, Vintage Trailers, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Signs

CHUCKMAN'S PHOTOS ON WORDPRESS: CHICAGO NOSTALGIA AND MEMORABILIA

PERHAPS THE INTERNET'S LARGEST COLLECTION OF IMAGES FROM CHICAGO'S PAST, BOTH MY TIME AND BEFORE. OLD PHOTOS, POSTCARDS, MATCHBOOKS, MENUS, AND MISCELLANEA - NOTE: NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF IMAGES IS WELCOME - PLEASE CREDIT THE SITE.

Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images Caption from LIFE… Summer Family Pictures, Life Pictures, Old Pictures, Photos Du, Old Photos, Dust Bowl, Family Picture Outfits, Farmer's Daughter, Great Depression

A farm girl preparing for high school, the coverlet of her bed is embroidered with the names of her friends, Oklahoma, 1943

notice the horse shoe above the door. An old Appalachian tradition for good luck. : An older tradition is from England, but the horseshoe is upside down. It's letting the luck fall out! Appalachian People, Appalachian Mountains, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Westerns, American Frontier, Le Far West

Appalachian Hunter...notice the horse shoe above the door. An old Appalachian tradition for good luck. Always heard the shoe should point upwards, so "the luck doesn't fall out." This guy could use some luck.

Ruins of Tara Plantation Set In as he watched the Tara set being dismantled, Gone With the Wind producer David O. Selznick solemnly observed that “Nothing in Hollywood is permanent. Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Mansions, Dossier Photo, Wind Movie, Tomorrow Is Another Day, Go To Movies, Gone With The Wind

View of the Tara set shortly before it was taken down in 1959. 20 years after Gone With the Wind was released.

The history of aprons. the photo doesn't really look like my Grandma, but she wore an apron like that, dresses like that, had her chair by the window and plants filling a table in front of it like that.I miss my Grandma. Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Grandma Moses, Sewing Aprons, Aprons Vintage, Look Vintage, The Good Old Days, Vintage Photographs

Grandma's Apron

Tina at The Quiet Home shared a post this morning that reminded me of a promise I made to my sister S which I will now fulfill. At our annual family gathering in November, my mother handed us the following poem and asked us to read it to all of the family following our meal. She thought it was translated from dutch, but she was not sure where the source came from. I promised to make a copy for my sisters, but will post it here for all those who love aprons. For the girls in my family, enjoy…

Great Smoky Mountains NP: Walker Sisters Home — Historic Structures Report, Part II Furnishing Study (Illustrations) Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Appalachian People, Appalachian Mountains, Sister Home, East Tennessee, Nashville Tennessee, Smoky Mountain National Park

Great Smoky Mountains NP: Walker Sisters Home — interior of the spring house. The crocks probably held milk, cream, butter and other items to keep them as cool as possible in the summer.