I’m back again today with another #SentimentalSunday post, featuring more scans of Mom and Aunt Mary, from about the 1930s to the 1960s
First up though, here’s the updated list of all the posts I’ve done so far this month with my family scans –
Throwback photo posts
April 2nd, 2020 – Thirteen Throwback Thursday Photos – Mom and Aunt Mary
April 4th, 2020 – For a #SentimentalSaturday – More Photos Of Mom and Aunt Mary
April 9th, 2020 – Thirteen Throwback Thursday Photos Times Two – Mom and Aunt Mary
April 12th, 2020 – For #SentimentalSunday – Easter over the years (1940s to 2000s)
Apr 16, 2020 – More Thirteen Throwback Thursday Photos – Aunt Mary and Mom
And as I said before…
Over the years, I’ve made attempts off and on to scan & cleanup some of the bazillion old school photographs I have stored in a bankers boxes in our upstairs hall. Earlier today I realized it’s been a while, so I thought I’d do another batch, and turn it into a Throwback Thursday post. I decided to go with the box labelled, “Mom and Aunt Mary” since they’re both (like so many of us) staying at home and I figured they might enjoy a little trip down memory lane.
To narrow it down a bit further, I decided to pick thirteen (because that makes for a nice, alliterative title), and then separated the color photos out and went with the monochrome shots. I tried not to overthink it, and just grab mainly the first ones I grabbed. I say mainly because a couple were of people and places I didn’t even recognize – that’s what happens when you have four (maternal grandmother, my parents, mine, and my husband’s) photo collections all living together. 😊
I don’t have much info on these other than the obvious (pictures of Mom and Aunt Mary…lol). The large majority of these were taken in Gloucester, Massachusetts with a couple that I believe are from a vacation somewhere in New Hampshire. I tried to clean these up a bit without making them look over-processed. I hope you enjoy!
Today I managed to get 18 photographs scanned, cleaned up, and resized. And as I get more info about the pictures, I’ll go through and edit the captions, so family and friends – please feel free to shout out!
Now are more scans of Mom and Aunt Mary, from about the 1930s to 1960s
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