Monday, August 24, 2009

Days Gone By

This is one of my favorite photos of Gregg and his brother Gary. I am guessing that it was taken around 1952 or 1953. I will have to ask their Dad for more information. Gregg thinks the photo was taken in Bay City, Michigan when his Dad was stationed there during his navy days.

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  1. I love old photos, they are so precios. They look so cute on this photo. They made me smile :-)

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  2. These old family photos are so precious. So different from today when by the time kids are this age we have thousands of photos of them

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  3. How cute,I love the hats.
    Sunny :)

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  4. How cute with their little hats. Was that common in England around that time, or is it only for posing in the pic?

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  5. They are so elegant with these hats and the whole outfit!
    God bless you!
    Cezar

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  6. I like looking at old photographs too. I've scanned quite a few old photographs and have lots more to scan. I hope to post some old photographs, too, one day.

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  7. Wonderful to look back through these treasures Denise. Greg and his brother look such handsome little boys - so cute. A x

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  8. I just love looking at old photo. This is a great one.

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  9. wow! they are so cute and adorable in the picture, thanks for sharing.

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  10. this is so nice. i love the outfits

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  11. The little guys look so dapper in their jaunty hats, all dressed up. Cute photo.

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  12. It is nice to go back in time and rummage among the old treasures.
    Wonderful, Denise.

    TF post; these fields of flowers cry out to be photographed.A great colourful post. The last ones are Tagetes, sometimes also called Marigold.

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  13. What a MARVELOUS old monochrome photo! Makes me want to dig through my family pictures and scan some to share ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  14. This is wonderful..I should whip a few out!

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  15. Definitely American.
    In England we would be wearing short pants.

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