My grandpa in 1967 when he was 18
/r/TheWayWeWereMy uncle Tommy on my grandfather's farm. He was killed by a drunk driver at age 15.
/r/TheWayWeWereLake Superior shore lunch 1948
/r/TheWayWeWereMy dad in the army 1972.
/r/TheWayWeWereGas station on a sunny afternoon. Dubuque, Iowa April 1940.
/r/TheWayWeWereA section of Rochester, Pennsylvania, on the Ohio River. January 1941.
/r/TheWayWeWereA peek behind the bar of an unidentified tavern in Dyersville, Iowa (1965)
/r/TheWayWeWereSchool children on bus - Dade County, Florida 
/r/TheWayWeWereThe three daughters, 1925
/r/TheWayWeWere40th St. and Fifth Avenue (NYC). Busy street scene with woman buying an Eskimo Pie from street vendor. Woolworth’s across Fifth (1948) John Vachon, photographer
/r/TheWayWeWereBurger King. 2136 Atlantic Avenue. Daytona Beach (FL). Early 1960s. Photo courtesy of Peter Luce.
/r/TheWayWeWereMe (left) and my best friend, we were 15. Very early 80's.
/r/TheWayWeWereTaj Mahal in an unkept state during the fall of Mughal Empire in India (19th century)
/r/TheWayWeWereMy Grandpa and his brother. Make racism wrong again!
/r/TheWayWeWereThe Tea Party, 1951
/r/TheWayWeWereMy grandma after a successful fishing trip (Michigan, 1927)
/r/TheWayWeWereCouple reaping a field, 1930s
/r/TheWayWeWereMy great grandmother and grandmother(unsure of year, either late 20s early 30s)
/r/TheWayWeWere"Salvage for Victory' campaign" - A scrap and salvage depot in Butte, Montana. Kodachrome transparency by Russell Lee [October 1942]
/r/TheWayWeWereGrandpa and his high school basketball team (Jackson, Michigan, around 1924)
/r/TheWayWeWereChinese New Year’s Eve in Shanghai Beauty Shop on Division St., New York. January 1974
/r/TheWayWeWereThe local Slate Quarry. Approximately 1900. north West Lancashire/Westmoreland. Still a working quarry today exporting top quality slate around the world. You can tell the foreman (with cane) by his headgear, also the chargehand beside him. The rest wore cloth caps apart from the apprentice.
/r/TheWayWeWereA Child's Funeral, 1945
/r/TheWayWeWereCar belonging to the 'Hep Cats' on main street in Louisville, Kentucky. August 1940. By Marion Post Wolcott
/r/TheWayWeWereThe old women in my town still talk about how handsom my Grandfather was. The old men still talk about what a badass he was. I just remember him as the most gentle, caring person on Earth. Miss you Big Ed.
/r/TheWayWeWereMrs. Edna Berryhill dropping off her son and his friends at football practice, Houston, Texas, 1962
/r/TheWayWeWereSept,1938.Mrs. Betty Zimmerman and child in the kitchen of their new home. Greenbelt, MD.Marion Post Wolcott.via shorpy x
/r/TheWayWeWereKids don’t play outside like they used to anymore
/r/TheWayWeWereConey Island at Broadway, circa 1950
/r/TheWayWeWereHalloween, South Side, Chicago, IL. 1950. Yasuhiro Ishimoto.