We all have different memories of people and places we meet in life. Sometimes these memories determine the joys and sorrows of life. It is a tradition of people to keep the pictures taken in the past framed or as an album. The Facebook page called Old photo presents an unforgettable creation to society. They have a lot of great memories of past great designs, famous people, buildings etc. Check out some of the pictures below.
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#1. A father with his 4 daughters, 1904.
#2. Lady and her horse on a snowy day in 1899.
#4. A rare look inside of a Barbershop, 1869.
#5. Pioneer family in Nebraska during the winter of 1880
#6. A young woman from the 1800s
#7. Photographer Margaret Bourke-White taking a photo from the top of the Chrysler Building, 1935
#8. Beach Party, 1901
#9. The wife of a Pitt County, North Carolina tenant farmer standing on her porch with six children in 1949
#10. Women Railway workers, 1918
#11. Two boys going fishing, texas, 1925
#12. American soldier coming home, 1917
#13. Unidentified Couple with Buick, California, 1930
#14. A family portrait, South Carolina, 1912
#15. Portrait of new parents of quadruplets, 1880s
#16. Making The Titanic’s Anchor Chain at Hingley & Sons, 1909
#17. A Berlin boy sells lemonade using a portable lemonade dispenser, 1931
#18. A family portrait. Gainesville, Florida
#19. A Golden Gate Bridge painter, 1940s
#20. Cyclist from Tarvastu, Estonia, on a self-made wooden bicycle, 1912
#21. Boy selling Coca-Cola from a roadside stand, 1936
#22. Women enjoying the view of the beach, in the 1910s
#23. Two men stand by a Coca-Cola delivery truck in 1910
#24. A couple from 1850!
#25. A family from Florida headed “up north” during the Great Depression.
#26. Telephone lines go up in Courtland, Kansas, in 1903
#27. Workmen dismantling a clock, 1930
#28. A working-class family from 1880
#29. A bride dressing up for her wedding, the 1890s
#30. Workers taking a break on the St. Johns Bridge, Portland, 1931