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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • TAKE A KODAK, c. 1930s

My Pop, the Hunter

My Pop, the Hunter

This image of my Pop was taken in the early 1950's. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, archery, marksman and a master skydiver and pilot.

1956 Ford Fairlane

Fairlane models were made from 1955 through 1970. The zigzag chrome on the side tells me 1956.

[This is a 1955 non-Fairlane Ford. The script on the trunk says "Fordomatic." - Dave] I see what your saying Dave. Thanks for catching this. I drop the ball and you pick it up.

My dad too!

He brought our deer home on the back of a '61 Chevy Belair.

 
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