I do...especially when they tell a story.
I was looking in one of our many photo albums a couple of days ago and remembered these, and decided to make a little summer vacation vignette with this one.
The old camera has been in my family for as long as I remember and I thought it would be fun to use it in the vignette since it looks to be from about that era.
This photo is of my mother, and two of her cousins, on vacation in Tybee Island, Ga in 1937. Mom is on the right. Aren't their outfits cute?
Also, I found this one of the whole family...minus the cousin taking the photo.
They all traveled from Atlanta to Tybee Island in my great uncle's car... all 9 of them! 5 girls and their brother (poor thing) and my great aunt and uncle. I can't imagine how they all fit into the car, and where did they put the luggage?.
The car with the trunk up must be theirs, since they're having a picnic.
I love that my great uncle is wearing a straw hat and a tie, and one of the cousins is wearing a dress and heels.
Here's a copy of an old postcard showing the beach and pavilion.
I can just imagine them dancing at the Pavilion.
What fun they must have had that summer!
Do you have any old photos?
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