The 60’s

Santa Danger

“We dug this gem up recently.  None of us realized how creepy the Santa was except our baby sister.  We still aren’t sure where the camera actually was.”

(submitted by Shelly)

The Grief Process

“My uncle, comforting my father after breaking a toy on Christmas morning, 1969. That’s brotherly love.”

(via source)

Sorry, Ozone

“May I present to you, my mother at her hairstyle peak.”

(via source)

An Easter Arrest

“This was taken Easter morning. I am the second from the left, and had just been bailed out of jail by my parents.  I had spent the night in jail in Ferguson, Missouri for taking a case of beer out of an open garage.”

(submitted by Charles)

Brady Bunch

“Note my baby brother in his hot maroon plaid suit gnawing on the metal railing. Epic!”

(submitted by Kristin)

Ready For Them To Leave

“I found this while going through family photos the other night. I asked my Mom and Aunt,”Who’s the old shirtless guy that we seem to LOVE so much?” “Oh! that’s your Great-Grandpa Floyd.”

I can only imagine the mood when this photo was taken: “OK kids! Gather ’round Grandpa! Were going to capture the bliss of this moment and the FUN he is having before we leave!”

(submitted by Sandy)

Free Birds

“My father (the blonde) in 9th grade for his class photo. As soon as the yearbook was released, he and his best friend were suspended.”

(submitted by Cori)

Photoshop In The 60’s

“My grandparents decided to have a family photo done many years ago when my aunt was out of town. So, 5 of the 6 children were present for the photo.  They decided to later add a photo (a bad photo) of my aunt to perfect the picture and complete the family photo.  Honestly, you can barely tell it was even altered.”

(submitted by David)