French dancers put finishing touches on their costumes before a London show, 1948
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Hangin' in the garage, 1960s
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A convertible, a photo album and a bird, June 1964
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Snow in April? At Wabash and Wacker in Chicago (1959)
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Dad home from Vietnam - 1972
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Playing in the backyard 1950s
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My grandparents bar in Bloomingdale NJ. My dad use to set bowling pins there as a kid in the back room. Late 60's.
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My dad as a kid, delivering milk in family's milk business.
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My Great Grandfather and his Mother in the 30s
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My Daddy, on the left, and my Uncles. Probably late 50’s. I miss them all so much.
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Orchard Street (NYC) in 1976. Photo by Dan Budnik
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My bio grandparents' first apartment, Huntington Beach, CA in the 1960s
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This is my Māori 5th great grandmother in the middle to late 1800s in New Zealand.
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My grandfather and a friend strollin’ 1960’s
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My grandpa riding an alligator circa 1920
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Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1905. Meeting Street and St. John Hotel, a.k.a. the Mills House. 1905
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Admiring Art in the 1970s
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Ferris wheel at the Les Invalides Fair, 1898, Photographed by Eugene Atget
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A census agent surveying a large family in Chicago in 1940. Credit: Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone, via Getty Images
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Trappist Novices Studying at Gethsemani Abbey, Kentucky, c. Late 1950s
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Upper station of the Norwood Incline, Pittsburgh (pre-1923)
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My Great Grandfather Oak (17 years old, sitting) and his older brother Robert, 1890s
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Interior of main garage of American Red Cross, 79 Rue Laugier, Paris, France March 17, 1919.
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Inverary Castle, 1800s.
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Soccer match between Manchester united and Manchester city in 1947
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The Drill Hall, Campbeltown, Argyll. 1800s. After being bombed in WWII, it was rebuilt as The Victoria Hall.
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Fishing on a pier in Deauville, 1964
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Cemetery at Southend, Argyll. On the hill above lie the footprints of St. Columba. 1800s (Link in comments)
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Cooking at the beach, 1950s
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My grandmother on the phone, circa early 1960’s
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