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.
Lake Chautauqua, NY, August 1968
This seems like the happiest Edwardian summer day ever had.
All of these Edwardian photos are from work, and are of one family, from around 1916-1922.
Day at the beach, 1969.
I never really paid attention to the background action going on in the pool shot, but there is some serious summer fun going down.
Teenager in the sun, early 1940s.
More fun at the beach, 1969 (from a proof sheet).
A day at the beach, 1969. From a proof sheet - a few prints were made from this roll (which I might post later), but prints were probably never made of these images.
Summer vacation, 1970.
(My mom, uncle, grandmother, and grandfather.)
Wyoming, late 1940s.
You’ve probably noticed that I post a lot of mid-century shots of Wyoming - they are mostly from the photo albums of my great-aunt Gladys, who was a fantastic lesbian with a PhD who seems to have just partied nonstop with single women (and their dogs and cats) in the woods.
Wyoming, early 1950s.
The guy in the middle looks like a real character.
Lynda, 1968. Photo by K. Dimler.