França, 1950.

When I was in Paris I noticed every Parisian had a grocery basket. I want to live there and have my own. In a French village Photographer unknown

❤Stop and smell the flowers

Sometimes you just have to stop and smell the roses (etc.) -- even if you can't quite reach them. Dilly Dally, my beautiful girl.♥♡♥ black and white photo.

diaporama,1888-28298-Be-bop-en-cave,Vieux-Colombie  by Robert Doisneau

It started with a kiss. Robert Doisneau French Photographer gets a Google Happy Birthday.

Teenagers at a party in Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1947. Such class!

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Nina Leen—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesTeenagers at a party in 1947 in Tulsa, Oklahoma; LIFE reported that they "munch doughnuts and sip cokes whenever they are not dancing with serious faces to sentimental music.

The Caledonian Mining Expedition Company

Sometimes it's the mom who teaches how to ride a bike, throw a ball, or swim. I remember my mom doing "whale rides" with us as kids in the pool to get us used to going under. I loved it!

Are You Really A Film Buff?

Are You Really A Film Buff?

Nurses playing soccer 1940's

1939 Red Cross Nurses - NEVER forget to have fun.even Nurses during wartime remembered to kick up their heels!

This is one of the most famous photographs from the Second World War. The soldier and the nurse are unknown but people have come forward to claim the fame. Apparently the nurse slapped the soldier immediately after. The event was the celebration of the end of the war and it was taken in Times Square by Alfred Eisenstaedt.

This is one of the most famous photographs from the Second World War. Apparently the nurse slapped the soldier immediately after. The event was the celebration of the end of the war and it was taken in Times Square by Alfred Eisenstaedt. New York 1945

Elliot Erwitt, 100th Anniversary of the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France, 1989.

Elliott Erwitt Paris (Three People and Umbrellas), France, 1989 16 x 20 Silver Gelatin Photograph 30 x 40 Silver Gelatin Photograph

Teenage Boys in the 1950s

Teens, Teenage boys wearing the style they are most accustomed to throughout the United States; Jeans, leather boots (shoes are acceptable) and button up shirt with carefully rolled sleeves (a tee shirt may be worn under this or by itself).

firsttimeuser:    Recess, 1974 by Vsevolod Tarasevich

An entry from tenderblue

with the long skipping rope with your siblings and friends. (We had a debate over whether you skip rope or jump rope. The older of us voted for skip, the younger for jump. I decided to skip rope with my jump rope.

Petite Michelle Louise

vintage paris ~ I look at this picture and the first thing that pops in my mind.look at those baguettes! I'm such a foodie.

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