Old Photos, Vintage
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Old Photos

Old photos acquired from around the internet.  I think they are fascinating.  Maybe you do too?

 WWII France

WW II France


Black boy reading with some onlookers.  Little Black Sambo was originally written in 1899 and was a favorite book at the time.  It was only later when Sambo became a racist term that the book became controversial.  The story was well loved because the little boy was resourceful and outwitted some tigers.  He was well dressed and smart.  Like many other books at the time Sambo was crudely drawn in the image of a picaninny.  The book was later changed to Sam and the Tigers and images changed to reflect a more realistic looking black child.   A bit of African American history for you. 


A girl and her dolls.  Looks like she’s not giving any of them up any time soon. 


some men hanging out

31 farmer

a farmer

1899 classroom

1899 classroom

38th st and 7th ave new york 36

38th Steet and 7th Avenue in New York 1936


girl with a  jell-o clown

1936 general store

1936 General Store


Well, guess what?  I have a whole bunch more of these so I am going to make them a semi-regular post.  Lucky you!  LOL  FeeFee


  1. Hi I just looked at your post, and would like to invite you to visit my blog where I have posted several old photos that you may find interesting. I am a collector of old photos, I’ve got several albums full of old photos, as well as a journal that talks about the struggles of the vietnam war, and a diary that speaks about the bombing of Pearl Harbor. I enjoy the feeling of traveling in time when I look at pictures of the past as weird as that may sound lol. Thanks for sharing, hope to hear from you soon.

    Willow Monroe


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