Let's see some of your old pictures...

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  1. greyhound

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    Post-gig, 1969. Me, bottom right.
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    Is that a "Cavalier" mustang?
     
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    I knew the moon landing wasn't fake!
     
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    Backyard badminton - Mom took the picture. I'm in the middle. My sister has clothes pins on her fingers. Sounds about right for a seven year-old. Photo probably taken a couple of months before the processing date in the margin.
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    My sister and I testing the limits of Stretch Armstrong...



    First year for my Tyco train set...

     
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    The old Monogram Lunar Lander model I built.(2-3 times) It had the gold foil that came with it.
    Too cool.
     
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    My brothers & I painting the porch around 1963, I'm in the middle.

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    My Grandpa on his Thor, a hundred years ago, before the war...

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    My earliest memories are from Hawaii where we lived in the 1950's. My mother took this picture from Waikiki Beach on Kodachrome film. It's kind of funny that if this picture was from present times you would think the guy holding the surfboard was on his cell phone. Surfs up!

    [​IMG]Waikiki Beach by Craig Brewer, on Flickr
     
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    Wonder if that could be Duke Kahanamoku?
     
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    That would be amazing!
     
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    [​IMG] I'm the guitarist. Age 18

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    My old band playing "Light My Fire" at a talent show. I'm in the back playing my Harmony BobKat doing my best Krieger imitation. :rockin

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    While Kodachrome is certainly durable, it can be difficult to scan. A blue cast is common, but can usually be corrected quite easily. Hope you don't mind.
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    Very cool to have you granddad's Seamaster. I have a similar watch (but no special family history).
     
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    There was a recent Antiques Roadshow episode from Detroit (IIRC) (seems like it was at one of the Dodge brothers' houses) with a General Motors retirement watch. I don't remember what make it was for, or if it was an Omega or what. It might be worth looking for, when/if you have a slow day.
     
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    Another that I've posted before. I have the bat.

    1964

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    One of the first commercial jobs I ever shot. I remember waiting for it to sprout on a shelf in the corner of the studio. Must be around 1980 or so. Followed by another classic- the Clapper a few months later. Seems like yesterday.

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