More summer fun from There’s Something About the Wildwoods
Bathing beauties, from There’s Something About the Wildwoods
There’s Something About the Wildwoods - Travel brochure printed by the Department of Public Relations, Wildwood By-the-Sea, N.J, c. late 1950s/early 1960s.
Ladies behind the wheel of a 1916 Maxwell Touring Car.
Ralph Dewey, top photo (“Chicago”) dated 1929.
Vacation portrait with a camera.
Family portrait with dog, late ’20s-early ’30s.
Kid on the right clearly feels like a Big Man on Campus in his plus-fours, argyle socks, and two-toned wingtips, while his little brother on the far left doesn’t seem to be quite as enthused by the new trend.
Edwardian ladies with a calf.
Two women in drag (having a lot of fun) and a guy with great hair.
This came from a bunch of photos circa 1915-1935, but unfortunately I don’t know enough about men’s fashion to be able to tell you when precisely this might have been!
Important parenting clues: what do their clothes mean!?!
Adolescence for Adults (1969, 1971)