Goodbye Summer &
Nostalgia is finding value within the little moments and our larger memories. As a member of the Photomyne family, we know the past holds a special place in your heart, and we welcome you to our weekly newsletter of nostalgic photos.
Decipher the decade
Three days of peace & music
Although the 400,000 fans who attended Woodstock may feel like the unforgettable music festival was only yesterday, it famously rocked in this decade.
Photo source: Wikimedia Commons
A touch of Sharpy
Easy as ABC
"The photo is of my younger brother, Matthew Rogers, in his 1st-grade picture from 1965. He was such a stud as a little kid! For the record, I love the Photomyne app. It saves me hours of scanning, and I love that you can attribute the photos as you go."
Sharpy is a feature allowing you to unblur grainy or lower-quality photos – try it yourself!
Photo source: Photomyne user Dawn McBride
The way we were
March to the beat of their drums
There's nothing like the school's marching band to get the back-to-school spirit going!
Photo source: Flickr (1980)
Visiting the river with your son will become a rare occasion once school starts. Take advantage of these final days of summer.
Photo source: U.S. National Agricultural Library (1961)
Over the horizon
September is around the corner, and this Long Island family is enjoying their last visit to the beach while the summer breeze still blows.
Photo source: Joe Shlabotnik (1997)
Photomyne user photo
"This is the Somerset Light Infantry in Aldershot, Britain. My Dad, Edward Walter (Ted) Mountain, sits second from right. The photo was taken during his national service in 1947 when he was 18. Dad is sadly no longer here, so I treasure this picture of him as a young soldier."
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Photo source: Photomyne user Carolyn Davis
Woodstock Music Festival took place in August 1969.
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