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Auto cinema!..old times!..

Drive-In Theater at San Fransisco by Allan Grant.I miss the drive-in movie theater that used to be near our home.

The soldier and the nurse from the D-Day kiss picture in Times Square

The Sailor and the nurse from the D-Day kiss picture in Times Square. Fun Fact- the sailor didn't come forward because he was married at the time of the kiss!

1940's ~  sunglasses, ankle wrapped sandals .... and a snood!

fashion photography is my favourite. The immaculate hair, the fullness of the skirt, the cute bows on the heels - you don't see style like that too often!

Coca Cola

American drug store, Our drugstore was literally on the corner of the block. Favorite hangout for all of my friends. Hanging out at the drugstore soda fountain, slurping milkshakes!

Full Service gas stations meant having your oil checked, windshield cleaned, and tire pressure checked on all your tires. every time you bought gas.

There's Always Good People In Both Sides Of a Conflict

There's Always Good People In Both Sides Of a Conflict

An East German soldier helping a boy cross the newly formed ‘Berlin Wall,’ The boy was found on the opposite side of the wall from his family. Despite given orders by the East German government to let no one pass, the soldier helped the boy through

The lady on the right looks similar, outfit and all, to my mom in a picture I have of her from the same era...Tomboy Style

In London, 2 women strolling in their pedal pushers. Today, these half trousers could be considered capris. Pedal Pushers were a trend for women that were a calf length trouser pant some times cuffed or tight at the mid calf.

i want my cake topper to be these two, its a great story behind it.. happened on the day we won victory of japan:] so cute!

Letter to a soldier

Times Square, NYC - August 1945 - Life is too short to always play by the rules. Be spontaneous. "Kissing Sailor" by Alfred Eisenstaedt is one of the most iconic photographs ever taken.

Stewart Ave Drive in

Drive In Movie Theaters 1960

See a movie at a drive in theatre again. (Special meaning for Amy and Quentin)

Premium Thick-Wrap Canvas Wall Art Print entitled Drive-in movie theatre, cars parked to view film, Minnesota, USA, None