I had gone to the recycling center to drop off my cans, glass, etc. and found this memento on the asphalt between the big dumpsters for`plastic and paper. I want to think this is a mistake. Why would someone throw away a wedding photo? I am guessing it is from the 1930s, possibly the 40s. … Continued
I often wonder what became of them.
Found these two photos while cleaning out the house of a dead relative. They were stuck together behind a tiki bar.
I was browsing a book in the hospice thrift store when this photo fell out. Strangely, it was found in a book about the Bermuda Triangle! It looks very old but is in excellent condition.
I found this in my suburban neighborhood. It was one of two photos on a yellowed photo album page. I especially like the lady in the lower right-hand corner; she seems so happy for the couple. This must be from the ’30s or ’40s (if someone can identify the car, maybe we can pin it … Continued
I found this broken 35mm negative in front of a wedding photographer shop, along with other cut negatives. I love the vintage color, the clothes, the groom and bride looks and the plant behind!
This picture fell out of a book I had borrowed from the New York Public Library. It looks like it might be a wedding, but intrigued. Is she the mother of the bride or groom? A grandmother?
I found this wedding to do/budget list on the wet sidewalk in front of Nicola’s Restaurant.
I was at the transfer station at our dump and I spotted the first photo on the ground as I threw a a trash bag into the hopper. I immediately picked it up and took it with me. Little did I know, it was in a sleeve from a photo album and there was a … Continued