Another series of damaged negatives, this one documenting a West Coast road trip. Or a super spreader event perhaps? Either way it doesn’t end well. There are images that some may find disturbing so look at your own risk.
A series of glass-mounted Kodachrome slides that have seen better days. Or have they? Behold Mold Magic!!
Hands and more hands. About 50 in all- click here to see ’em.
A wedding album unlike any other I’ve come across. Things start off normally enough with shots of the bride and groom getting ready for the ceremony separately. Once they enter the same frame, however, things take a turn. Unfortunately the album is too big to scan so I put a couple of cellphone photos at the end so you can get an idea of what it actually looks like. See the photos here!
Last year I posted a series of photos documenting the meeting of Marvin Mischnick and his future wife Mildena, their courtship, and some of the places they made “passionate, married, love.” Well now I’ve finally gotten around to scanning some more of Marvin’s photos. Most of these photos were taken between 1938 and 1942 when Marvin was in his late teens and early 20s. He later became a studio photographer and his love for photography is very evident. He also occasioned one of the best obituaries I’ve ever read so when you’re done with the photos head over here and check it out. You can see all the photos here. WARNING: Nudes ahead!!
A small selection of photos from some loose album pages I picked up recently featuring some athletic young men from Highland Park, IL. Click here to see them all.
For your Labor Day pleasure: a selection of occupational (and I use that term broadly) real photo postcards from my collection. Click here to see them all!
Feet. Need I say more? 96 pics for your perusal here.
Somehow this series of photos of people trying to avoid the camera feels much different than it might have a couple of months ago. See ’em all here.