A group for people who want to share their vintage illustrations (1875 - 1965).
Vintage photographs of "house-proud" people from the 1800s to 1979. Post photos from your collection that show people posing in front of their homes. Each photo should include the exterior of a house and one or more people.
Photos of house-proud people and their houses will ideally convey the idea of "here's where we live" or "here's what our house looks like" or "our new house." Images that show an entire house—or a good portion of it—are especially encouraged so that we can see the types and…
Another of my "mini" groups.
Vintage photos where children - sometimes includes adults - are arranged in order of height, either right to left or left to right. Three or more, please.
Pre-1980 - and the "stair steps" need to be the focus of the picture. (see examples).
. Only original images from the 1800s - 1993.
. Identified found people should include at least a first name and of course the last name.
. Images should be not from your own family.
I had started this group on Flickr shortly before I left. It's another one of my small theme groups, but in the short time I did it over there, some great photos were submitted.
So...the idea is people IN wheelbarrows. NOT just pushing them, no matter how cute.
And please submit photographs where the focus is on the group's subject -no crowd scenes, please.
"Vintage" in this group means pre- mid 1960s.
Photographs of what is probably the majority of a family looking glum, bitchy, miserable, angry - whatever.
Please make sure that all of the family (or most) look this way - not just one person.
You get the picture.
Pre at least 1980 please, so that we don't get flooded with current digitals.
VIntage photos of twins. No group shots larger than a family, please.
The focus should definitely be on the "twoness" of twins.
VIntage photographs of children or adults wearing enormous bows or bow-ties.
Share photos of era's past , people, style, war, street life , architecture, art , food , fun ,humanities .
Any vintage photos with about ten or more people in them are welcome here (though I'm willing to be pretty flexible with that number). I would prefer pictures taken before the 1970's, but if you're just desperate to post something from the seventies, chances are, I won't remove it.
Share old photos of ancestors and orphaned photos . Keep it clean , keep it vintage
Vintage Real Photo Postcards from 1900 - 1970
Real photo postcards are actual photographs that have been developed onto photographic paper. They are generally the same size as standard vintage postcards (3-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Some do have a specific stamp box marking on the back which helps to date the card.
Please only post photos of your OWN collection. Thanks.
Please make sure the tintypes, ambrotypes and other collodion images that you post here belong to yourself. Do not post images that you have found around the web. Also, other than contrast, color and minor adjustments, absolutely no digital manipulations allowed.
This group is a showcase for your collection of cartes de visite (CdVs). Please, only images that belong to you.
The carte de visite (abbreviated CdV or CDV, and also spelled carte-de-visite or erroneously referred to as carte de ville) was a type of small photograph which was patented in Paris, France by photographer André Adolphe Eugène Disdéri in 1854, although first used by Louis Dodero. It was usually made of an albumen print, which was a thin paper photograph mounted on a thicker paper car…
Add your Cabinet cards and any other vintage photos mounted on cardstock (no cdvs).
Images, older than 20 years, who tell about the wonderful time of Advent and Christmas.
do not post books, cards, illustrations, china and so on.
There are so much groups here for.
Only original photos
from the 1800s - 1993.
just old photographs.
Add your vernacular photos here! They should be vintage, original, and of a vernacular nature. Only submit photos that belong to you.
Please refer to this description by Robin Lenman:
"Aesthetically unpretentious, generally functional images made by amateur snapshooters or grass-roots professionals (e.g. itinerant tintypists, photowallahs, or jobbing local portraitists) for everyday purposes such as creating keepsakes or recording mundane objects."
Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V…
A group for sharing images of vintage printed ephemera. Please submit only images that belong to you and that show vintage examples of ephemera, preferably ones that were printed or produced before 1970.
"Ephemera" can refer to a wide range of things, but here's one definition that may be helpful: "Transient everyday items, usually printed and on paper, that are manufactured for a specific limited use, then often discarded" (from the Thesaurus for Graphic Materials by the Library of Congress)…
Any general views of villages in England. And let's not be too purist about the definition of a village ! Just share and enjoy some of the attractive places in our country.
This is the place for the vintage postcards that make you say, what the?!? Show us your strange, bizarre, grotesque, politically incorrect, and in poor taste postcards. Only include examples from your personal collection and not off the web. Please, do not post anything newer than the 1980s.