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Just Us Girls: 1940

Just Us Girls: 1940

1940. No caption for these tots, on a roll of pictures taken in what looks like New Orleans. 35mm nitrate negative by John Vachon. View full size.

 

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Precious and Adorable

Each of these little girls (and one boy) possess individual traits that are endearing in their own uniqueness but they seem so serious for carefree kids under 5 yrs. of age. Only the smallest one in the back row, left side, seems about to break into a smile. Wonder if their photographer or caregiver threatened them to behave. Little "Harriet Potter" was way ahead of her time, a real trendsetter.

Girl in Glasses

Seems to have a case of the Owlies.

Jazz Hipster

Girl in glasses: "It's called Bebop. You've probably never heard of it."

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