Sunday, October 22, 2017

Washday Blues


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The Laundry Voyeur

My friend over at
Tattered and Lost
says this is a category!

Well, IT IS!
Here are some photographs from LOST GALLERY that have laundry on the line.

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NEW ADDITIONS

Posing with the laundry
Three out back of the house

Two horses
Dog, shadow, Laundry


Wash day blues
...He's so ambitious, he even sews.
Of Love
Love and Laundry
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wash day blues
“This is the last time,” Dixie told herself.
“I know, I know. That’s what I said last time.
But this is really the last time.
When I grow up I’m gonna marry an
appliance salesman or a nudist.”

Laundry day

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Yikes! Somebody stole all my clothes!


Laundry day
Henson sort of enjoyed laundry day.
But he liked running with
the rest of the Texas Rangers too.
(I don't know why this photograph is so popular.)
Love and Laundry
Love that laundry

Laundry and Saddle Shoes
Laundry and Saddle Shoes

Love and Laundry
Boy and Wagon
Pretend
Lurker Laundry
The Laundry Lurker

Seven Women
Only a clothesline pole in the background.

Child in a stroller
Love under the clothes line.
Only clothes pins in this one.
Girl in a wagon

Two children and a dog and a lurker
Two children and a dog and a lurker


On the reverse:
I want to know
how much bigger
Willie looks to the
side of Jerrold this
Boy is some pumpkin
in to everything
Nellia said this eaaning(evening)
He climbs up on the
table in to the slofrbu(slop bucket?)
ect(?), bet you can laugh when
you get this picture kiss
Gerrold for me affivesn (arriving)
soon with Love to all
Mother



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THE KIDS Lesson one.
It is always a mystery to us 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 Business School Dee and the Business School
A curious story.
What do you see?
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"What are they doing?"

Back Page - The Bows


Portrait


After posting these two portraits on Flickr a short time ago, it seems a good idea to round up all of the "Big Bow" photographs in LOST GALLERY and collect them all onto one page. It turns out there are quite a few.

Studio Portrait

RPPC two children

New Additions
RPPC of two women and hats
Cabinet Card Three Children
This one is a bit different. Two boys with huge bow ties.
Two Girls

Two families
Six children
Sisters
Eight on the dock
It's the second from the right.


Faded
Portrait
One brother?

So happy to be here
Mother and two
Sometimes it's one, sometimes it's two.
Two girls with bows

Two girls
Girl and boy and bow.
Hold Still
Two girls

Girl
Child with bow
There'll be some changes made!
Girl and high chair

Three women
Two boys, a girl and a car.
Cheaper by the Dozen
Four with bows

two girls with bows
Girl
Front of the house
Sister Bertrille
This is a BOW isn't it?

The reluctant girl

I wish sincerely that the snapshot on the right and the RPPC on the left could be the of same girl. It would be only the second time I have found photographs of the same people in different places.

It’s not the same girl, however. The two photographs were found only about 160 miles apart. The RPPC portrait is from Nacogdoches, Texas. The 2.25 X 3.25 snapshot was found in West Monroe, Louisiana.

According to Playle’s invaluable examples, the RPPC could be little later than 1918 and probably earlier. The snapshot at best guess is from around 1925-1930.

The pose and attitude and the bow in the hair seem the same though. It was enough to make me get them together for comparison.

Now, are they related? Meh. Perhaps.

Fearless

Woman and a girl
Bow
Portrait with bow
Girl with Bow

Five on the grass
Curlie Locks
Girl

Princess
Prncess
Portrait with bow
Portrait

GIrl with two bows
Two young women

RPPC Two Children, big bows

Three girls, three bows
Three girls, three bows
Five young women
Five girls, one bow

Trio at the studio
Three children
Studio Portrait

Group outside
Tea Party

Portrait of a young girl
Young Girl
boy with a bow

Girl with Bow
Family Group with bows
I got bows, You got bows, everybody gotta have bows... Well, except the guys, of course.
Child and chair

Girl and bow
family
Well, it's a bow!


Stay Tuned.

There are more on the way.


The most popular photographs most popular, Family Group,
An album of the most requested photographs in the Lost Gallery.
Area 51 and a Half Area 51 and a Half
You are probably not authorized to see these.
Don't take my picture! Oh! You DID didn't you! completely unaware of the photographer This is a collection of photographs that disappear on the way home from the photo processing shop.
BACK TO
THE MAIN INDEX PAGE

Or try out the NEW
BACK PAGE INDEX
And don't miss
Penny Tales
Square America
Tattered and Lost
Vernacular Photography
The best
FOUND PHOTOGRAPH sites on the web.

And for postcards try
THE DAILY POSTCARD.
All images are the property of Lost Gallery and the author. Permission must be granted for their use. All rights reserved.
THE KIDS Lesson one.
It is always a mystery to us 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 Business School Dee and the Business School
A curious story.
What do you see?
WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?Neiffel and Helvetica Typehigh
"What are they doing?"

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