All of these were found in Cameron, North Carolina, but not sure at all that every person photographed was from that area.
Nothing written on back.
A Victorian mother with her baby. Unfortunately, nothing written on the back. I would love to see the detail on the brooch/button at the top of the blouse.
The blouse is gorgeous!
Love the sailor collar! If only I could see this dress in person — the fabric, the detail! The back of the picture says: Elsie Sla__ (could be Slade); Claudeville (Va, I think)
And this little sweetie just pulls at my heartstrings. Whatever name was written on the back is totally illegible due to the photo having been glued into a book at some point.
On back says 2-20-1945. Stamp says PASSED BY BASE 1733 ARMY EXAMINER.
The back of this has a stamp from the studio:
American Studios, Apr 29, 1942, IMMEDIATE SERVICE, LA CROSSE, WIS (Wisconsin). Girl not named.
I wonder if it was a school photo, sports photo?
Wowsa! Would you look at THESE clothes. Money? Costumes? Nothing at all written on back, but this photo was turned into a postcard.
Unfortunately, again, nothing written on back.