Friday, March 28, 2014

That Old Gang - Page Four

If it's more than three people, it's a group.

Here are photographs of groups of people taken by amateur photographers, not in a studio. We'll save the professional group portraits for another page.

Baby Buggy

Picnic at River
Street Scene at Number 27

The Family Home
The Jodhpur Gang

Four Girls
Eight on the steps

Two on a horse
Group on the steps.

We didn't know we were poor.
School Party

Curlie Locks
Four men

Man in Uniform
Five Girls

Four Man Picnic
They all tried to hide Daubert

The dog didn't care.
Group on front porch

Family on front porch
Tintype enhanced
Family on a bumper

Ramona's Marriage Place
group outside
Where's the knickers police

Five people chain
Six children and a dog.
This snapshot was the only proof.

Pose on a bridge

Five men
Six Guys

Jerome was beginning to realize ...
Six on a rock.
Where's the knickers police

Six on a rock.
Five women

Four at a table
Accordion and Tenor Sax

Out standing on a rock
Out sitting on a rock

The ole' swimmin' hole
They had been lost almost week now.
Gang at the Lake

Five men
People Stack


Two couples
Eight guys

13 people
Eight on the dock

Six Women
Group out on the lawn

Four with bows
Six at a picnic.

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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?"

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