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!
More of Ann, October 1974, Bryn Mawr College
October 30th, 1974, Bryn Mawr College
Yemenite Jews in Tel Aviv, 1931.
I just lucked into a few dozen photographs from 1931-1933, taken by an American woman who was involved with the Pioneer Women’s Organization (a labor Zionist group), and immigrated to Palestine in 1932.
This is an excursion to Egypt from their base in Hadera, 1932.