Get Some Sun!

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Get Some Sun!
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My Aunt's wedding in the early 80's...gotta love the hats.

The Earth Moved

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The Earth Moved
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Dad was a Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Corps of Engineers. Mom & Dad got married at Ft. Lewis Washington after the war, and his men decorated this earth mover as their "carriage" from the chapel to the reception. This is a colorized black and white, and I especially like how they drew in a rainbow in the background.

They Sure Looked Thrilled

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They Sure Looked Thrilled
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This is my great-grandfather (Piotr) and great-grandmother's (Magdelena) wedding. They were married in 1907, less 4 years after they immigrated to America from Poland.

Stuck a Feather in Her Cap and Called it Matrimony

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Stuck a Feather in Her Cap and Called it Matrimony
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When my great-grandmother got married, her husband's father had just passed and they wore mourning clothes to the wedding. Per family legend, the bride snagged a bright red feather from someone else's hat and defiantly put it on right before the photo was taken!

Sassy great grandmas are the reason us wiminz vote and run for office in these modern times. Thanks!

The Problem With Vintage

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The problem with vintage cars is that sometimes at very clutch moments you realize why we don't drive cars like these anymore...

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

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Uh oh, we've got a bewitching on our hands. I can tell by the scenarios and from seeing quite a few bewitchings in my day.

The Lineup

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The Lineup
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My great-grandparents, John and Claire, were married in the early 1940s and stayed together until his death three years ago. Since then, my mom and her cousin both wore Nana's dress in their own weddings and it's as beautiful today as it was then.