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  • Lynae Roberts

    vintage photo booth photo! I'll be very dissapointed if I find out that this isn't real

  • Arielle Prieto

    So sweet! Victorian Photo Booth

  • Jan D.

    Victorian Photo Booth People still did the same poses during the Victorian Era, except you know, without having to use the sepia effects in iPhoto. Also, today I learned that some Victorians did have emotions.

  • Jessie Rigney

    Old pictures showing emotion like this is rare

  • Jennifer Rose

    These are some of my favorite old photographs. So sweet <3

  • Shannon Martin

    Victorian Photo booth... this makes me smile :D

  • Pink Canary

    Victorian couple. Miles away from the staid portraits we're used to seeing from the era. SO NICE TO SEE REAL EMOTION AND A LOVING HAPPY COUPLE OF THAT TIME

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