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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • UP N' ATOM: c. 1950s

Too Much Excitement: 1941

Too Much Excitement: 1941

1941. At the picnic grounds in Vale, Oregon. "Interlude, after watching the Fourth of July parade." View full size. 35mm nitrate negative by Russell Lee.

 

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Big love...

...for this picture! I adore it! (Oh, and come to think of it, my grandfather wore wild socks like this! They seemed almost to be opaque nylon between the stripes.)

Mr. and Mrs.

A well dressed and sweet looking couple. Look at the shine on his shoes, and how neatly they are placed. I wonder what color her dress and hat are? I pictured them navy blue. She's got her hanky and is keeping her hat safe. He's got some wild socks!

What a sweet photo!

What a sweet photo! Does my heart good.

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