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We Don't Care If We Never Go Back, Indianapolis, Ind.

We Don't Care If We Never Go Back, Indianapolis, Ind.
A Vintage Photos Theme Park photo for the theme of my old pal—depicting friends, buddies, pals enjoying each other's company.

Sign: "We don't care if we never go back." Banner: "Indianapolis."

An unused real photo postcard of two friends pretending to be in a hot air balloon as they pose for a souvenir photo in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Noko stamp box on the other side suggests that it may date between 1907 and 1929. I have other cards with photos of the fellow on the left that were postmarked in 1911.

See also I Don't Care If I Never Come Back.

I Don't Care If I Never Come Back

Smiley Derleth, Deborah Lundbech have particularly liked this photo


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 arts enthusiast
arts enthusiast club
Interesting that this one is tied to a specific destination, whereas the ladies are just on a train going who knows where.
5 months ago.
 RicksPics
RicksPics club
I wonder if they were leaving or going to Indianapolis. We'll never know. I can't imagine a Hoosier photographer showing such open disdain for the state's capital. The ladies are equally interesting. I imagine the woman on the right may have had some explaining to do when she show the photo to the family back home.
5 months ago. Edited 4 months ago.
 Deborah Lundbech
Deborah Lundbech club
Interesting expression on the face of the man on the left! "Am I really doing this?"
So that line from "Take Me Out to the Ballgame"...were they singing a line from a well-used expression, I wonder? (I don't care if I never come back).
I love that women on the train. those are some pretty edgy posters! : )
4 months ago.

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