You’ve heard me talk about colorizing, and that I do it, so why not some proof?
From the 1920s, a woman dressed for 4th of July celebrations
I still can’t quite figure the decade (sometimes its easy by looking at the swimwear). Fun fact, sometimes photographers would set up a small studio near the beach with a beach backdrop).
This young lady was quite the wild woman in her day. She was a ballerina, frequenting the stage as a vaudeville performer and contortionist yet when she was offstage she would smoke and drink and even start fights
One of my favorites – taken in 1899. Nothing else is known yet I’ve tried to find out more.
These sort of post cards were the early form of baseball cards. Sold with cigarette and tobacco. This particular player is W. H. “Yank” Robinson when he played for the St. Louis Browns