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  1. Harliqueen says:

    Thanks for sharing, it’s nice getting glimpses into history 🙂


    1. I feel like I’m right at home in the old pics. I wonder why certain time periods speak to people.


  2. acuriousgal says:

    I just love old pics, this one is lovely and very sharp too.


    1. I love the paper scalloping on the shelves in the window and the various different styles of clothing.


  3. diannegray says:

    What a great photo. Imagine the stories we could write about this! 😀


    1. I often forget how many people went without shoes back then. Can you imagine if we saw that today?


  4. Great old photo ~ looks like a hard life, not what we usually glamorize the past as being!


    1. I do love the girl’s hat. 🙂 I remember looking in the SEARS catalog the way she’s looking in the window!


  5. cannasue says:

    great photo…wouldn’t you just love to dive into it and explore…


  6. geeez2014 says:

    I’m so glad I opened all your pix…they’re marvelous. I, too, feel ‘at home’ in old pictures. I lived for four years in Paris, in a very old, elegant apartment building, and felt I’d come home there . Odd.
    I enjoy reading your comments at Mustang’s ; particularly about your grandmother! all the best, Z


    1. Oh, I’d love spending a bit of time in Paris–especially the apartments. They always look so great in movies 🙂 I time travel more than real travel these days since we’ve gotten farm animals, but maybe one day. Thanks for stopping by.



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