Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Vintage Photobooth Page SIX





There are so many.

Here is the SIXTH installment of the Photo-booth Series.

For a review here is
PAGE ONE -
PAGE TWO -
PAGE THREE -
PAGE FOUR -
PAGE FIVE -
PAGE SIX - (This One)
PAGE SEVEN -
PAGE EIGHT -
PAGE NINE
Page TEN

unknown photobooth 02
Flossie always liked
the sound of "Head Cheese"
...she just couldn't eat it.

unknown photobooth
Kelly knew 376
limericks by heart.
It was her kid's names she couldn't remember.


Where the name is given
it will appear in
BOLD FACE
below each picture.

Other commentary in
ITALICS


Holli Photobooth Holli knew that toothpaste was her best friend.
Photobooth Girl
On Reverse:
Doris Bingham
Photobooth Girl
on reverse:
Doris Hoover
Photobooth Guy
on reverse:
Elmer Baugertine (?)
Wife's
Brother
"Papoose"

Looks like Don Knotts to me.
Photobooth Guy
on reverse:
Johnny Teasdale
age 15

Looks like Tom Hanks to me.


Photobooth Guy
on reverse:
Wit "squaw"
Wit had tags sewn inside all his clothes to tell what size they were.

Three views
June never stopped talking,
even for a photograph.


Photobooth Girl
Iona knew the words
to 832 songs
but she couldn't sing.

photobooth baby
I'll bet somebody would love to have this.

Photobooth man in uniform
Franklin could see the future
but not without his glasses.



Photobooth Man
On reverse:
Jay Kirkland
Photobooth Girl
Estelle always wore tap shoes. You never know when they will come in handy.
Photobooth Man
Delphos had so many pleasant memories. Take lunch for instance ...and breakfast!

Photobooth boys
on reverse:
Furman & Wayne Boles
Furman Sept 12 1919
Wayne March 31st 1926
1919&1926


Photobooth Girl
Ceta smiled at her accomplishment. When Harold opened his locker later that day, he'd no longer smell the same.


Photobooth Boy Benson invented the cell phone
at the age of 12 ...
but he never told anyone.

Photobooth woman Ariana smiled at the very idea. Cupcakes and beer. Indeed.
Photobooth woman
While the camera
clicked away, Gail schemed.

Photobooth baby
When Brian grew up, he was much taller.



How about a few of the larger format Photobooth portraits?

Photobooth with two little ones.
The baby moved.
What happiness looks like ... Never a dull moment.
Loma finally concluded
Loma finally concluded, although the hat was very large, she and Vern could not wear it at the same time.



Photobooth large format
Finley was dropping his Latin class tomorrow. There must be other ways to achieve greatness, he thought.


Photobooth large format
Shirley read the manual three times, cover to cover, but she was still not good at being a grandmother.

Photobooth
Boris learned to make margaritas while very young.



Photobooth
Two little heartbreakers.
On reverse:
Lulla B. and
Birtha Lee

Photobooth Uniformed Woman
Kaitlin was never confused except on Wednesdays after 4.
And of course, today.
Photobooth Man
On reverse:
Ft Worth Fat Stock Show
March 17-1940

Photobooth Girl
Harriet was glad she bought
the garden rake.
Hubby would learn to love it too.

Photobooth girl
Pamela never got to see Ricky Nelson. Ricky didn't care.


Photobooth pair
Floyd could read by the time he was 35.
Maryanne moved to Delaware.
Photobooth Woman
On reverse:
at 24 yrs
Photobooth sailor
On reverse:
Doyle Broyles
Photobooth
Luther wanted to be a detective but no one would write about him.
Photobooth boy 02
Garfield wouldn't eat his vegetables. He grew up strong and healthy anyway. He never let his mother forget it either.



Photobooth
Gleason's childhood hero was Smiley Burnette.
Photobooth
Corinne forgot she had pinned her collar together with a safety pin. She told everyone it was a fashion statement.
Photobooth
Bitsy would never tell her
bother why his dog ran away.
Photobooth
On reverse:
Jan 21 1950
Pinky

Photobooth
Rhonda knew twelve fish by name.

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THE KIDS Lesson one.
It is always a mystery how a photograph of any of these precious children could end up lost or abandoned. Here are a few. You will probably say "Ooh..." at least once.

Dee and the Business School Dee and the Business School
The beautiful Dee. A curious story, What do you see?

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"What are they doing?"

2 comments:

  1. Those are really impressive and beautiful vintage photo booth and these photos are really old.

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  2. Thanks very much. I think there are nine pages of them now. And, some of them are really old.

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