Black And White
“This photo was taken in 1950 while our family was on a summer vacation at the Jersey Shore. I am the lovely creature on the left with a horrendous case of poison sumac and look like a creature from outer space. My two brothers seem only intent on shooting the photographer, and my mother, grandmother and grandfather seem unfazed by this weird person in the photo with them. How did I ever allow anyone to take my photo looking like this? I was just 6 years old and probably didn’t think twice about it at the time.”
(submitted by Margaret)
There’s no better picture op than going down in a wooden canoe.
(submitted by Megan)
Never bother dad while he’s watching his figure skating.
(submitted by Claire)
This is just what people had to do before the discovery of the “headpile.”
(submitted by Garland)
Cousin Fletcher thought he was above it all.
(submitted by Linnea)
This family takes us back to a time when road trips were even more uncomfortable.
Never underestimate Grandma.
(submitted by Paul)
A holiday pic that quite frankly, scares the crap out of us.
(submitted by Marissa)
Yep, even old-timey folks did it.
(submitted by Jeff)