I love to find that rare jewel of a photo from decades past. The kind of picture that subtly captures the cultural mores and norms of American families of the day. The following Thanksgiving images from the 1960s highlight a few of these customs, some of which have stood the test of time and some […]
1963, Hong Kong I was sourcing photos on Flickr the other day for a special generations project when I came across an account with a single set of photos titled “In Memory of Clardy.” It was posted in 2008, and there has been no activity by the owner since that time. 1964, Macau The series […]
This is the 80-something usher who greets me at church on Sunday mornings. A member of the Silent Generation, this is the button he’s been wearing for the last few weeks: I LIKE IKE. Unsure why Eisenhower was so popular with so many? Check out an essay on Ike by Stephen Ambrose on PBS.