Mama, Designer, Recipe Junkie
Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is home to 24,000 petroglyphs. The carvings were created by the Ancient Puebloans from 1300 to 1650. The meanings are unknown.
New York's World Fair. I remember putting a quarter in a machine and it would pour melted plastic in a mold and when it cooled out popped a plastic dinosaur. I think it was from Sinclair Oil.
Where the hell is this place? Right on Main Street in downtown Wall, South Dakota, and Wall Drug appears to be one of the most popular postcard photo locations
Sitting in Log Cabin Window Boy Girl At Park by AlaskaVintage
AMERICANA: hotel poolside vacay Jun 1968
:) Guenther's Murrieta Hot Springs (1960s)
.auntie erma at the Grand Canyon...she is making our family trip so miserable...we are thinking of giving her a big ole shove...
Anon., USA, 1968 Kodak colour print, 3 ½ x 3 ½ ins. (9 x 9 cm) © Fine Vernacular Photography
1950s 60s casula sports wear plaid pants shell top found photo street style flats shoes hair purse blue black