Dirty Dancing & Sweet Stories
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
I've got to boogie
Disco fever takes over with a dazzling mirror ball that lights up the floor. Hands down, this decade had the most epic disco parties. Let's dance!
Photo source: Library of Congress
A touch of Sharpy
"This is a picture of me in kindergarten at Central Elementary School, Napoleon, Ohio, in 1977. I had a copy of this photo in my childhood scrapbook and I'm so happy it's saved since I have very few pictures of myself at that age."
Sharpy is a feature allowing you to unblur grainy or lower-quality photos – try it yourself!
Photo source: Photomyne user Candice Phipps
From the breathtaking views of Harney Peak to the sense of accomplishment after completing a hike, this adventure is among this family's best memories.
Photo source: Flickr (1974)
The way we were
A world of imagination
Storytime at the library with the best teachers was these kids' favorite time of the week. They're building a love of reading one story at a time, which works like magic.
Photo source: Blue Mountains Library (1976)
The chill in the air doesn't bother these determined fishermen. Winter may be here, but that hasn't stopped them from hitting the water in search of the perfect catch.
Photo source: Boston Library (1885)
Photomyne user photo
Sweeter than honey
"This is a picture of my daughter Ella when she was 3 years old. When I found it, I couldn't believe how cute she was. So glad your app was able to turn this photo into a digital image."
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Photo source: Photomyne user Laurie Chuinard
This week's deciphered decade is the 1970s.
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