Phone Booths, Yellow Pages and Woolworth's...All History - 1960's
/r/TheWayWeWereTokyo Subway Pusher, 1975
/r/TheWayWeWereMy grandfather’s high school senior year (early 1950s) in Quito, Ecuador
/r/TheWayWeWereMy grandparents’ wedding day, October 30th 1954. Quito, Ecuador.
/r/TheWayWeWereEqual pay for women protest in Trafalgar Square. 1969.
/r/TheWayWeWereGates of Graceland in Memphis, TN. My sister and me with our grandmother and her sister. c.1972
/r/TheWayWeWereMy great grandparents, Ireland, not sure of the date
/r/TheWayWeWereGoing to Mardi Gras - 1974
/r/TheWayWeWereTeenage girls add to graffiti on bottom of Elvis movie poster. 1956
/r/TheWayWeWereOn the steps of Graceland in Memphis, TN. My sister and me with our grandmother and her sister. c.1972 before guided tours and massive tourism. You could just roam around the outside around the house.
/r/TheWayWeWereMy lovely mum in the late 70s. I lost her suddenly two months ago.
/r/TheWayWeWereMy grandfather as a kid, teen, and young adult, 1938/1942/1947
/r/TheWayWeWereJune 1942. "Inspecting a Cyclone airplane motor at North American Aviation in Long Beach, Calif." Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer.
/r/TheWayWeWereMy grandparents during one of the many parties they threw every weekend. (70’s)
/r/TheWayWeWereRefugees still aboard ship in New York Harbor. New York (1951) Photo by Dennis Stock
/r/TheWayWeWereU.S. Postal employees feed 17 tons of reading matter, labeled by postal authorities as propaganda, into a furnace in San Francisco, California, on March 19, 1941.
/r/TheWayWeWereAt the "Cosmopolitan Saloon" at 23 Davis Street in San Francisco (1879). The Cosmopolitan was a favorite hangout for artists, writers & newspaper reporters.
/r/TheWayWeWereMy grandparents on their wedding day, June 1957, Hamburg, Germany. Recently digitalized the original with a high resolution scanner to enlarge and fit in a frame as Christmas present for my dad.
/r/TheWayWeWereMy great Zia and Zio during one of my grandparent's Christmas parties, 1960s~
/r/TheWayWeWere80s Nike ad
/r/TheWayWeWereMy Grandfather “Pop” in Manhattan NY around 1955
/r/TheWayWeWereMy grandfather Germany 1944
/r/TheWayWeWereMy Mom and Brother 1964
/r/TheWayWeWereBoys and the boards - Manly beach, New South Wales, Australia - 1940 - photo by Ray Leighton
/r/TheWayWeWere"Handwriting Analyzed 10₵" - LA county fair, 1936
/r/TheWayWeWereStreet market on Belmont Avenue, Brownsville, Brooklyn (1962)
/r/TheWayWeWereBaltimore, Lexington St and Park Ave. Christmas shopping 1942 (Baltimore's Past and Present)
/r/TheWayWeWereMy Grandfather 1942. I only know its somewhere East. He was just a Private, nothing more before someone asks
/r/TheWayWeWereMy grandfather (left) is a bomber commander and his crew. Soviet Army, World War II, Russia.
/r/TheWayWeWereA massive photomural to promote the sale of defense bonds, designed by the Farm Security Administration, in the concourse of Grand Central Terminal, in 1941.