The faint writing at the bottom of this photo says: “Wish I could have killed him.” I wonder who was the person who had this murderous thought. Is it one of these men, or the photographer? Did the writer want to kill the men or perhaps the pack horse? I guess we will never know.
FOUND by Brenda Banda; Santiago, Chile
I found this photo on the floor of a bus. Nobody around to reclaim it. Wonder who are these women and children? Who lost it? It seems to be taken in Torpederas beach, Valparaíso, Chile. Says “year 1941″ on the back…” -Brenda
“This photo was found in a copy of St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves – at the Bordentown library. There is writing in blue pen on the back that says: This is you, Mary and Jimmy. You were 7, Mary was 6 and Jim was 5. You had sat down wanting to watch Captain Kangaroo. April 1958” -M.H.
FOUND by Rebecca at the Karl Mundt Library, Madison South Dakota
So the library at Dakota State University was giving away their old books, and one in the fiction section I happened upon was “The Walking Stick”. Stuck inside was this picture. The stamp on the bottom says “C.W. Panzer, Lake Mills, WI.” on the back was written “Now let us now [sic] right away if you receive this.” I’ve kept it around because the man’s eyes are striking in a rather eerie way. I wonder who these people are.