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Ballparks & Card Sharks

With so much time at home, we at Photomyne want to help you make the most out of the days to come with a refreshing taste of the good times behind us.

On this day

Strike three

Few baseball players are more legendary than Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig. However, on this day in 1931, both Gehrig and Ruth struck out against 17-year-old girl Jackie Mitchell in an exhibition game in Florida.

Photo source: Smithsonian

Photomyne user photo

Tears for teddy

"This is me on my 2nd birthday. The photo was taken in 1951 by a photographer named Nöll in a studio in Korbach, Germany. It was supposed to be a photo without my teddy. I didn't want that, so that's why I'm crying. So this snapshot was taken unintentionally."

Photo source: Photomyne user Peter Fuchs

Blast from the past

Victory Gardens

During WWI and WWII, citizens were encouraged to grow victory gardens to help ease the pressure on the national food supply. These Girl Scouts are doing their part to support the effort (and develop a green thumb).

Photo source: Wikimedia Commons

The way we were

Do you have any 4's?

Before we found our card games in the App Store, you actually had to sit at a table with other people to play. Which game do you think they're playing?

Photo source: Flickr

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