Big

Found this by the bike rack at the gym.

Skull and Bones, 1875

I found this in an old photo album; the research I’ve done reveals that this is the skull and bones club of 1875. Enjoy!

Boom Box

The Geography Department at the University of Victoria was moving to a new building across campus. I found this discarded on the floor in the old building.

Bros

This find brightened my day. I was walking to my new job (which I wasn’t looking forward to) when the sun got in my eyes and I turned my eyes to the sidewalk. There sat this jewel. I’d like to think the two men in the photo are adopted brothers or something.

Park Slope Ladies

Found this negative on 7th Street between 4th and 5th Avenues on trash day on a street where many old timers live. Must have been a two-for-one sale on hats and shoes that day the picture was taken! The negative was unusually large, 7mm x 11mm. They sure had cool cameras back in the day.

Tributes to a Weird Girl

This was on the inside of a San Antonio yearbook from 1991 of a “weird” girl named Heather (also called Leather twice) with apparently a strange sense of humor.

Hey, a Fish

It seems like after Alex discovered emoticons and sent mementos to his pals he was afraid Mimi would whack him over the head with one of her lunch boxes for not giving her one, too. So he did, with fish, and a rose.

Push Comes to Shove

Discovered within the pages of a book at a bookstore in 1990. A handwritten note on the back reads: Bob – me – Lonesome Sierra Vista April 1952.