Postage Party & Curled Cuties
The songs we sing of the past often evolve as time goes on. It's up to old photos to set the record straight.
Blast from the past
Lunch is served
School day shenanigans are always at their peak in the cafeteria. Something about the combination of a food tray, carton milk, and an unruly gaggle of pre-teens results in the most exciting time of the day.
Photo source: Creative Commons
Photomyne user photo
"The little girl is my mother-in-law, Ruth Elmer, from Kansas City. It was taken when she was about 3 or 4 years old (in 1920 or 1921) just before she had those gorgeous ringlets cut."
Photo source: Photomyne user Marcie McGuire
On this day
Ah, the throwback thrills of writing a letter and sending it off. When postage rates skyrocketed in Great Britain, a cheap, pre-paid alternative was proposed. On May 6, 1840, the first adhesive postage stamp accompanied mail correspondences.
Photo source: Wikimedia Commons
From our Instagram
Bachelor parties are notorious for their debaucherous adventures. The only question remaining is what path this groom-to-be took to find himself covered head to toe by various accessories.
Photo source: Flickr
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