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  • Twyla Summer

    I don't know what I like about this picture really, maybe it's the kid waiting the way she is or the mom in those cute heels

  • Céline Luc

    Москва 1969 #telephone #kid #vintage

  • Digipixture

    Nina Sviridov and Dmitry Vozdvizhensky... have machine. Moscow. 1969 ° #photography #kids

  • Jennifer Capps

    Old photos - little girl waits for mother at a payphone, 1960s

  • angela axiarlis

    Moscow ,1969 black white sepia classic children

  • Xancos

    vintage everyday: Soviet Photos 1960-70-ies

  • Stacie Walker

    A payphone. Hard to believe it is history.

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Phone Booth Cramming – LIFE Edition LIFE magazine documented the phone booth cramming fad from its inception. Here are a series of images by Robert W. Kelley, a LIFE magazine photographer who documented one “legs-out” attempt by a bunch of college boys in 1959: