Marriage Minutiae & Crazy Curves
If seeing is believing, photos are printed proof of living.
Then and now
Then and now: Lombard Street
All that's changed on Lombard Street's century-old curves are the cars that drive on it, and maybe some extra foliage.
Photo source: Flickr
The way we were
It might be a train ride to nowhere, but we don't care with family by our side.
Photo source: Unsplash
Decipher the decade
Can't hardly wait
Couples in this decade were so excited to get married that they just couldn't wait any longer. Check out that line.
Photo source: Library of Congress
Photomyne user photo
A uniform to remember
"This photo is me as a first grader. My mom or my dad would have taken it. I have not seen this picture in at least 30 years. It is important because it captured a moment in time, a moment in my childhood, a moment in my life. I wouldn’t have remembered it now, but by looking at it, I can remember the living room and the school uniform."
Photo source: Photomyne user Beth Thayne
The 1910s are today's deciphered decade (1915).
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