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Vintage shots from days gone by!

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  1. KRB52
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    "You tip your hat to this-here lady, son."
     
  2. Belchfire8
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    My first contribution to this great thead. This is a picture of a parade in Port huron Mi. in 1906. It was posted on Facebook and four of the people have been identified.
     

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    What a beautiful woman and such a tasteful pic. Proves you dont "have" to show a lot of skin to look good.
     
  4. alfin32
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    I'm guessing here, Jean Simmons?
     
  5. scrubba
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    Damn right , she is beyond class, she is the KLASS ! :):) scrubba
     
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    Right!!!------& NO TATS either!!
     
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    ...and obviously not related to Gene Simmons !!
     
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    Not positive myself but believe she is '50s supermodel Anne St. Marie.

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    I can only go by James Bradley's reputation as an American author and historian. He is certainly not an "internet revisionist". If you are unfamiliar with his work, I'd suggest you read "Flags of our Fathers" which was also a major motion picture. It was the true story behind the picture of the second flag raising at Iwo Jima. Bradley's father was one of the 6 men immortalized in the picture, and in the Marine Corp. monument in Washington. He also wrote "Flyboys" which was the true story of George W. Bush Sr and his flight crew and their capture after their final mission in the Pacific when they were shot down. I doubt very much that one of your nation's best historians and authors would write two of the best Non Fiction historical novels, and then crap out by fudging his third one about Teddy Roosevelt and the media's part in creating parts of the "Rough Rider" image...

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    That is a Jerry Schatzberg (New York Photographer) picture. I agree it is probably model Anne St Marie; he photographed her.
     
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    Cool shot at Ford Rouge in Dearborn,Mi.I knew two different engineers that worked the captive Ford Railroad inside the Rouge.



     
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    E&L Transport haulers, too. My ex father-in-law ran the E&L yard at the time.
     
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    My mother knew Efie and Lloyd Lauson,The E and L in E&L.She worked the Dearborn Secretary of State office and did all E & L's license plates.


     
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    Boy even the truckers wore suits. Maybe for the Lincolns :)

     
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    Nice photo, thanks for posting it. The car on the left is an Autocar from around 1906. Bob [​IMG]
     
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  23. Well stated! X2
     
  24. davidvillajr
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    I think this is my favorite picture in the thread.

     
  25. I looked at this pic twice before spotting the guy walking on the bar above the car ,must be getting old !!
     
  26. XERB
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    Love these shots, what kid wouldn't of been proud of pops new car...washing the family automobile...wasn't a chore...was a pleasure!
     
  27. Here's tonights shots. ;)
     

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  28. The Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) is a very sad and sorry story in Australia's history. Hunted to oblivion for a crime they did not even commit! They were believed to be attacking stock animals like sheep and cattle, they weren't. The attacks were from introduced dog species.

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  29. Vintage Montreal.
     

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    Man is good at doing shit like that - sadly...
     
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