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Saturday, July 12, 2014

Another Look Back for the Weekend!!

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Phone from the car 1959
A street in New York City, 1915

Segregated seating at the Orange Bowl, 1955

Nice Sales Pitch - 1953


Picking up the US Mail, early 1900s.

The classic lunch counter… 1960s

Ah, time flies whether you're having fun or not!!! Fortunately,  I am!! Hope all of you have a great weekend!!!

8 comments:

Evi @ sexta-feira said...

Nice collection! Enjoy your weekend!

TexWisGirl said...

i'm all about a/c these days. :)

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Everything had it's fifteen minutes of being new and novel; except NY. It seems always to have been metropolis! I love these little series Sylvia. Hope it's going good this weekend. YAM xx

Brian Miller said...

wow. that old soda stand...and the mail carrier...how cool....my fav though is that street in NYC....what a cool shot...i will be there in about 10 days...though i dont think it looks the same...smiles.

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Wow-quite a collection of oldies but goodies-so strange to see the segregation let alone the whole concept of it just jars my senses.
Good job!

Lowell said...

Some of these look familiar! The "good old days" were good in some ways and for some people and not so good in other ways and for other people. :)

Sometimes I'd like to toss my cell phone away! But I don't much like that calling from the car arrangement. But I do like the old diners! Great places to get a shake and listen to the jukebox!

Hope you have a great weekend!

magiceye said...

Your look backs are marvelous!!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Happy to hear that you're having fun Sylvia, somehow i knew you would be :) Love these old photos, it's so hard to imagine days when we had segregation!

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