Monday, April 29, 2013

Vintage Photobooth - Page Ten


Photobooth portrait


There are so many.

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

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

Photobooth single
His mother named him Boris, Years later, when he learned there was already a movie actor named Boris, he changed his own name to Charlton.
Photobooth man with hat
Lewis C. Downs


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Photobooth Soldier
Wearing a uniform was important to Coleman. He didn't have any underwear.
Photobooth boy
On reverse
Alex 3 yrs
old. After
Haircut.

Photobooth man with jacket and tie
Partlow never married. Having no heirs he left his entire estate to the Society for the Preservation of Sea Gulls. Fortunately he never amounted to much.
Photobooth woman with hat
Amy was teased a lot in her school years. However, as she grew older she got used to the point.
Photobooth
Arlis was never allowed to actually fly the air liner.

Photobooth woman looking left
Griffith lived in Samoa but she celebrated Guy Fawkes Day anyway.
Photobooth Man with moustache
Harlan drove his own bread truck. He was not associated with any bakery.
Photobooth man in uniform
Photobooth young cowpoke
When schools stopped teaching cursive writing, Timothy decided to become a doctor.
Photobooth
Today Cincinnati, tomorrow The Verld!

Photobooth
Just where do you think you are going?
photobooth mother and child
The camera clicked away. Then Jeremy spotted the skunk.
Photobooth woman
Ganglia's mother told her that her tonsils came out when she was five. She spent the rest of her childhood looking for them.
Photobooth
The Roger sisters told people they were Siamese twins but
actually they just
shared a hair clip.



Photobooth with hat
Photobooth
Watch it!
Photobooth girl
Photobooth girl
Photobooth young boy

Photobooth
Finetra loved the photobooth almost as much as her clothes dryer.
Photobooth
Photobooth three views 02
Photobooth woman
Photobooth

Photobooth girl tinted
Photobooth tinted
Finetra memorized the entire volume three of the Illinois state penal code. She would recite it at parties until they stopped inviting her.

Tinted photobooth girl
Photobooth woman tinted
On reverse
Ken at Murphy's
?? and ?? sts.
July 11, 1942

Photobooth
When I grow up, I want to be taller.

Photobooth girl
After High School, Venita became a Judge. You know, county fairs and beauty contests and such.
Photobooth boy
Is this how they do mug shots?
Photobooth Girl
Ain't I cute?
Photobooth Man with glasses
Ronald learned to tie his shoes before he was two. He learned to walk much later.
Photobooth girl
Regina spent one third of each day brushing her hair. She didn't believe in coloring her hair 'though she did rinse it in day-old left-over coffee now and then.

Photobooth
Look at that carpet! Can I go taste it?
Photobooth baby in coat
Photobooth
Photobooth baby 03
Photobooth baby

Photobooth baby  boy
Photobooth with cap
Photobooth
Babies know when to blink.
Photobooth profile.
Jerome understood how a photobooth worked. He just couldn't figure out where the camera was.
Photobooth man with cap
Jesse thought it over. The nickname "Handsome" might not be so bad.

Man and hat
An honest to goodness
Beer Truck Driver
All hail.
A moment of silence.

Photobooth girl
Feena got beaned with a fly ball when she was sixteen. She never attened a sports event after that.
Photobooth boy with grin
You'll never guess what I have in my pocket.
Photobooth single
Hilary lived across the street from a guy who slept standing up. Turns out, that was the high point of her life.
Photobooth portrait
Jack Wilson

Photobooth portrait
I found this hat and it's mine. What's it to ya?
Photobooth portrait tinted.
I vant to bite your neck.
Photobooth portrait
You are under my power.
Girl in photobooth
Winner of the Meadowflop award three years in a row for perfect attendance at breakfast.
Photobooth girl
Oddly enough, I don't think this is the same girl.

Portrait strip


There are so many.

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

For a review here is
PAGE ONE -
PAGE TWO -
PAGE THREE -
PAGE FOUR -
PAGE FIVE -
PAGE SIX -
PAGE SEVEN
and
PAGE EIGHT
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go to THIS PAGE

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