Monday, October 26, 2015

Vintage Photobooth - Page Twelve


Photobooth girl
People often mistook her
for Lois Lane.


There are so many.

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

For a review here is
PAGE ONE -
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PAGE SIX -
PAGE SEVEN -
PAGE EIGHT -
PAGE NINE -
Page TEN -
Page Eleven -
Page Twelve (This One)

Photobooth girl
I'm just a cutie, aren't I?
Photobooth Portrait
Deloris McCoy


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

Other commentary in
ITALICS

New Additions

Photobooth boy
Photobooth girl
On reverse
7-4-36

Photobooth girl
Photobooth girl
reverse side
Mom - Miriam Sayer

Photobooth girl
Freeda had her plans
and they didn't include the fellow
in the propeller beanie.


New Additions
Photobooth Girl with Hat
on reverse:
248 Main St. Spencer, Mass
% Porter

Photobooth Girl with Hat
reverse:
Rita E.
Photobooth Girl
On reverse:
bed 4188 Marge

Photobooth girl
On reverse
Mom
Miriam Sayer(?
)
Photobooth Girl
On the Reverse:
Effie Faye Harris 1936


New Additions
Photobooth couple
Photobooth girl
Photobooth Girl
Reverse:
Taken Oct 27,1938 Winfield, Kans
For Ina From Peggy

Photobooth Girl
On the reverse side:
Mila(?) July 27, 1937

Photobooth Girl with Hat
reverse
Mildred Russell


New Additions
Photobooth Man
Dana could multi-task. He could mine ear wax and dig nose nuggets at the same time.
Photobooth little boy
Photobooth Girl
Walla told people she had the power to make people's heads explode. She would never demonstrate it so no one believed her.
Photobooth manYbara could do a
realistic impression of
Mussolini, but no one
ever invited him to parties.

Photobooth man

Photobooth Trio
They couldn't sing either.
Photobooth Girl
Susan Sox is the inventor of the barbed wire spider web.
Photobooth Girl
On the reverse:
Kathleen

Photobooth Girl
Tomorrow, Wendy thought. Tomorrow is Wednesday, at last. Then it would be another week's wait again. Everyone should have something to look forward to.
Photobooth woman in a hat
Delta finally realized that wearing a drum major hat
didn't make her a majorette.


Photobooth portrait of a girl
Give me your lunch money.
photobooth guy
Quenton corresponded with a French girl named Michelle until he ran out of words that she understood.

Two guys in a photobooth
photobooth girl
Harlan, you're embarrassing me ...
Couple
Trimmed and glued to a backing.

Photobooth
Jess Wright swallowed his cigar once, but he got another one.
Small Portrait
Very Small Portrait
Photobooth Woman
Wanda has won several contests.
But she was kicked out of Safeway in 1968.

Photobooth Couple
Look what he bought me!

Photobooth Portrait
And this is my back!
Photobooth Portrait
He looks a bit like Sid Ceaser
Photobooth Portrait
"Walk like and Egyptian"
Photobooth Portrait

Photobooth Portrait
What was that? Did you hear that?

Photobooth Portrait
I'll give this one to Goeff and the next one to Cliff and...how many do I get?
Photobooth Portrait
My hat's bigger than your hat.
Photobooth Portrait
I found him on the street.
Photobooth Portrait
And you put your quarter here...oops that was a surprise.
Photobooth Portrait

Ruthie could stare.
Ruthie felt "Staring" was her best feature.
Photobooth Portrait
Pair in a Photobooth
Photobooth
Photobooth Woman and Child

Photobooth baby
Donna Lee
3 mos.

Photobooth girl
Photobooth girl
You can't tell, can you?
Photobooth girl
I just washed my hair and
I can't do a thing with it.

20140621 paramont ant wichita ks010 I have plans for you.

Photobooth pair
One of the sleeves seems to have a National Recovery Administration eagle patch. This was a program in effect between 1933 and 1935.
Photobooth baby
You really think so?
Photobooth girl
on front: Louisa(?) Wood
Photobooth baby
Photobooth girl

Photobooth Man
Waylon Howell
Photobooth Woman
Photobooth Woman
Her stage name was Sandy Beech. She played lead guitar for the Twisted Knickers. Their hit record "Couch Cushion Crumbs" sold over four copies.
Photobooth young man
photobooth young man
Warren Druggs

Couple in photobooth
There was always a little tension between them.
Photobooth Portrait
Photobooth
Photobooth Portrait
Photobooth Portrait

Photobooth
Photobooth Portrait
Photobooth
Photobooth Portrait
Melton was imprisoned for marrying his third cousin. Seems he didn't divorce the first two cousins first.
Photobooth Portrait

Photobooth Portrait
Portraiit of a woman

This one is the right size but probably isn't from a photobooth.

Photobooth Man
Eckhard believed he was possessed by the spirit of a Chinese goatherd, circa 848. Otherwise he was perfectly normal.


This is the ELEVENTH 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 -
Page Eleven -
Page Twelve (This One)

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2 comments:

  1. The timelapse set of the same man is a rarity! How did you find that?

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    1. Thanks Mike Brubaker. I found those mixed with several other tiny photographs in the bottom of a tray of loose photographs. The dealer apparently just tossed new photographs onto the top of the pile and from people sorting through them, they slowly filtered down to the bottom, out of sight.. I didn't realize they were of the same guy until I started scanning them.

      Four of them were easy to spot, as they seem to be from the same session. The odd part is that usually I find them still in a strip. Perhaps the dealer cut them apart so he could price them individually.

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