Found in a Portuguese dictionary at a used bookstore, dated on back 1889.
This was found on a film set. No one in the cast and crew laid claim to it.
I found this in a used book of Psalms that I picked up at a thrift store. It was wedged between the pages for Psalm– Morning Prayer for Divine Help.
I found this by a computer in a college library. This seems like the inaccurate stereotype that people have about Arkansas.
I bought my house in 2001 and hadn’t looked into the attic since then. But this year, to check the insulation, I grabbed a ladder and took a peek. My attic is one of those that is accessible only through a hatch in the ceiling, and you really can’t use it to hang out in … Continued
Tire tracks all across your back, I can see you’ve had your fun! Found this amazingly deteriorated studio portrait on a street near my apartment. No info on the back. No idea how much time it’d spent in Nature’s Photoshop but I was struck by the artful decay of the whole image. It’s four females, … Continued
About 20 years ago I purchased an old dresser from a thrift store, The ARC. I didn’t look in the drawers when I made the purchase. When I got home I found this lovely young lady in the top drawer. For some reason I call her Sarah.
Found this photo in the pages of a book in the Evergreen State College Library. It’s compelling, though I can’t put my finger on why. The singular event that launched my found photo obsession.
I attend law school in Los Angeles and was in London for a summer international law program. Two copies of this photograph were taped to a pole outside our school on Great Russell Street.
This was found at an old house that my parents rented when I was a kid about 25 years ago. It was with a small pile of other photos from the same era wrapped in brown paper and stuffed in the corner of a closet. The landlady, who’s father had owned the house, had no … Continued