We’ve got a lot of old photos – almost more than we know what to do with. This one is so over-saturated, so light, that I had to really darken it in Photoshop just to see anything, and I didn’t realize what it was at first: You might be thinking, “Wow — it kinda […]
Tag Archives: 1930s
Barkers and Beagles, 1930s
When the TV show DuckTales debuted in September 1987, twenty-six years ago this month, it brought with it the infamous Beagle Boys and their matriarch, Ma Beagle. These were the main antagonists of Uncle Scrooge McDuck and his wards, Huey, Dewey, and Louie. The whole world that DuckTales existed within was born from the pen of […]
Secession And The US
That cool cat up there is “Wild Bill” Langer, voting in the 1940 election that would send Mr. Langer to Washington. Nothing was ever easy for William Langer: when he got to Washington, Congress refused to seat him. They cited a history of lawbreaking, bribery, an attempt to secede from the United States, felonies, and […]
I found this compelling article in the 18 June 1931 issue of The Beach (N.D.) Advance: It reads: SHEDDING NON-ESSENTIALS All India is gossiping over Mahatma Gandhi’s unprecedented action in laying aside his spinning wheel and his h. e-uloo SHRDLU EATOISHSHSHRD.–Boston Transcript. The article probably wasn’t run out of any newsman dedication to at least […]
Rural School, 1930s.
Click for full image A rural brick school, done in the style of numerous schools that were built during the 1920s and 1930s. Few rural school-buildings are still operating as schools today; if they are, the original building has been added on to numerous times over the past seventy years to accommodate growth or consolidation. […]
A Warm Stove, 1930s.
Click for full image Warming by the stove, 1930s. From this series.
Women, Car, Dog, 1930s.
Click for full image Two women chatting by a car parked in the weeds, with a trusty dog at their feet, 1930s. From this set.
Swimming Under The Bridge, 1930s.
Click for entire image I’m not sure why: I’ve seen lots of pictures of people swimming, hanging out beneath a bridge. I figure it is to stay out of the sun, but it could also have to do with the ground being built up and cleared for the bridge, which makes a functional beach. This […]
Soldier, Convertible, Suitcase, 1930s.
Click for full image Soldier, messing with a camera or other mechanism, 1930s. From this set.
Family Walk, 1930s.
Click for full image Family out for a walk, consisting of a boy, a mother and child, and two older ladies, on a windy day. 1930s. From this set.