Sunday Best…

No other information provided. 1960s or early 1970s. Found in a thrift store in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

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Dad and Son

This family was living, at one time, in eastern Oklahoma. Early 1970s by the look of the matte and rounded corners. Have a lot of these from a group found in a thrift store in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

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How can you not like this?

Looks like kitty has determined that potted plant is now a litter box. Not a bad photograph considering direct flash and all. No other information provided. Date unknown. Found in a thrift store in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

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Fox Photo 1929

Guaranteed for life. December 1929. A history (Read here) of Fox Photo. Carl Newton began what by 1920 was the largest mail order photofinishing business in the world after purchasing the company from Arthur C. Fox of San Antonio, Texas. Found in a thrift shop in Springdale, Arkansas.

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Holding Regiment

Confederate Cemetery Aug 55. Almost positive this was taken in Fayetteville, Arkansas. No other information provided. Found in a thrift market in Springdale, Arkansas.

In the Battle of Prairie Grove in Northwest Arkansas, there were over 2,500 casualties between Union and Confederate troops.

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It Never Rains In…Tustin, California?

The image is not skewed in any way. A poorly manufactured print, this happened on occasion in those days. I’m guessing with a certain degree of confidence this is 1930s. Here is the real mystery – What the words actually say on the back of the photograph. The second-to-last letter is defiantly an “o” but was this a grammar error on part of the author? The closest city, area or what-not found was Tustin, California. A real Scooby Doo mystery. Jeenkies! Found in a thrift shop in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

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