Found this in a used car; the back is marked “Fiesta.”
This was tucked away in an old photo album being sold at a Goodwill-type store in Sioux Falls. There were more pictures of these brothers (?) in their hunting gear.
Says “Genes family Part 1977″ on back, written in red, faded ink.
I found this on the ground next to my garage. When I first found it, the “punched-out” part was still hanging by a thread, and was folded to the back of the photo, so you could flip it over and just see a photo on an eye next to a hole.
Found in two different places, months apart. It’s probably just the photo quality, but it sure looks like it could be the same little boy.
I love scouring thrift stores for odd and retro/vintage items and I liked this old photo album that was titled, “Photos of Silly Faces.”
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.