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I see 1 Moe, 1 Curly, and 4 or 5 Larrys. 1969 birthday party in Rochester, Indiana. From a slide. Their faces really did stick like that if you think about it. We're looking at them now. View full size.
Fulton County Democratic Party headquarters in Rochester, Indiana. From a Kodachrome. View full size.
Christmas 1963 in Rochester, Indiana. From a slide. View full size.
1955. My brother takes a Kodachrome flash shot, and jiggles the camera a little. I'd like to say my father is reading me a Christmas story, but that never happened. Little did I realize back then how great those drapes were. That floor lamp is in my living room right now, and I also have the plastic Wise Men over on the Motorola. It's hard for me to think of something plastic as being antique, but it's 53 years, so... View full size.
1955. My brother had just gotten his 35mm Lordox and was experimenting. Always ready to be the center of attention, I was glad to supply the subject matter. Another cool shirt. The TV is showing what most people would think is a Cadillac emblem, but I think it's Nash. View full size.