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Snake Hunter Postcard

Snake Hunter Postcard

Unknown. Postcard purchased on eBay 10-15 years ago.

Yosemite Machine Shop

Yosemite Machine Shop

I believe these are brand new 1936 Ford Model 51 trucks parked in front of the Yosemite Machine Shop (National Park Service) in the Yosemite Valley. Appears to be Department of the Interior license plates. This side of building is still in use by maintenance personnel. The other side of the building, which is out of sight on the right, houses the fire station and jail.

Living the High Life

Living the High Life

This photo of my Dad was taken at the Elbow Room Bar in Lantana, Florida. Early 1960s

The HoJo Crew

The HoJo Crew

This photo was taken at the Howard Johnson's in Palm Beach, Florida in the early 1960s. This is the waitresses day crew. My mom is on the far right, the lady to her right went on to own her own successful restaurant in Lake Worth called the TuTu.

Gathering for Photo

Gathering for Photo

The origin of this photo is unknown but was in with all my old family photos.

Starting the Car

Starting the Car

My Grandfather's older stepsister, Alma Mayfield. Taken in Nebraska. Possibly in Verdon or Falls City.

Christmas in the old Nebraska Farmhouse.

Christmas in the old Nebraska Farmhouse.

My Mother and her parents on the Nebraska farm.

Farmhouse Kitchen

Farmhouse Kitchen

Grandmother Watkins in her Nebraska farmhouse kitchen. My Mother grew up in that house. It still stands and has been kept up beautifully.

Adam's Pharmacy Before Ashworth's

Adam's Pharmacy Before Ashworth's

My grandparents bought this drugstore in 1957 from Mr. Adams (pictured). The back of the photograph reads: We're unsure- but this may have been Adams Drug Co in the 30's, 40's? We bought it in 1957 and fixtures like these + the tin ceiling were in it then. Ralph + Daphne Ashworth July 1997

My grandfather still works here, along with my uncle who now runs the business. My father, brother, and myself work upstairs of the drugstore (former Mason Lodge) running a chain of retail stores.

Location: Ashworth Drugs 105 W. Chatham St. Cary, NC 27511

Horseback Riders: 1958

Horseback Riders: 1958

My brother (front) and I are "horseback riding" our father at Christmastime 1958, in Connecticut. We are armed with decidedly urban-looking weapons despite my brother's rustic cowboy hat. One of my uncles (seated) may have been consulting the TV Guide in the lower right corner, for the week of December 20-26, 1958, to decide what to watch on the gigantic--for its time--television set.

Photograph by my grandfather, Edward Butler, whose work has previously been featured on Shorpy. Scanned February 2021 from a 35mm Kodachrome slide.

Budweiser Clydesdales

Budweiser Clydesdales

My father with the Budweiser Clydesdales. Taken at 59th and Halsted in Chicago sometime in the early 1940s.

Grandfather in North Mexico

Grandfather in North Mexico

Hi!

My family is from Coahuila in North Mexico (about 70 miles from Eagle Pass Tx. border) and my father recently found this old and only picture of my grandpa as a kid. He was born in 1920, so this must be from around 1925-27). The woman on the left (of my grandfather) is my great grandmother (I don't know date or place of birht).

Is there anything on the picture that indicates if it is a native american group?

New Folding Life Raft - 1931

New Folding Life Raft - 1931

Caption: "New York City - Jesse W. Reno wealthy NY Inventor tests his folding life raft which is made up of balsa wood blocks connected by rope to four squares when opened the raft measures 10 feet by 10 feet weighs 75 pounds and has a buoyancy of 600 pounds. It will support 50 passengers 25 within the squares and an additional 25 by clinging to the outside of the raft. Photo shows Mr. Reno floating girls with his lift raft in the swimming pool of the S.S. Vulcania." 2-13-31

(I recently purchased 7 news photos.)

Uncle Robert Gruber: 1945

Uncle Robert Gruber: 1945

In front of his home on 73rd Street in Union City, NJ. I was four.

A Ramblin' Man: 1963

A Ramblin' Man: 1963

My father at the wheel of our 1956 Rambler station wagon, somewhere in California in 1963. A patch of blue down the right edge says that my mother's in the front seat; I was in the back seat with my camera loaded with Ektachrome-X. I'm pretty sure by this point the dome light had lost its cover. View full size.

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