She’s holding a turkey…
I found this photo wedged in the back of “Love Is a Dog from Hell” shortly before I was to take it back and pay it’s $90 overdue fee. It’s probably not worth $90 but some things, found and unfound, are always priceless.
I found this under a tall tree. When was this taken? All the good ol’ days captured in one shot. The photo is mounted on construction paper and laminated as to seal in the memories.
I found this Polaroid face down in the trunk of a car at the junk yard while looking for some parts. When I turned it over, all I could think was LOOK AT THAT HAIR! I graduated in 1984 and it appears that they went to the prom four years later and I wondered how … Continued
There’s a used furniture place under a railway bridge near my house. When I went to buy a desk, the shop was closed. So I had a look around the car park out the front and found this picture amongst the stones. She looks strong and confident.
I found this in a old china hutch that was purchased from a thrift store. I have no idea who she is or where she was at but she looks happy!
My dad bought some property in this little town called Iola. There was an old barn and farmhouse on the property and I have found lots of cool antiques in the barn. I was helping to take the old sheet-rock off the walls and this fell next to me in the biggest bedroom.
Found in yearbook cast-offs. Date on the board and the vampire teeth means it was a Halloween party.
I am intrigued by both the girl on the right’s lack of enthusiasm and the fact that the house number is 12345.
We found this pic of an “indigenous” couple in the wall of a closet we were tearing apart while renovating. The glass blocks give the locale away as the corner of our kitchen and the date of printing on the back of the photo marks it at Nov 19, 1952.