A decade ago I purchased a box of slides from an online auction. The photos, from the 50s-80s were taken by a semi-professional photographer named C.H Ford from Seattle, Washington. There are hundreds of fantastic photos from Seattle, Canada and places continental. For this Found (Ford) Photo Friday, I though it would be fun to … Continue reading Glimpses of Seattle by C.H. Ford
Bowers 99’r all you can eat smorgasbord restaurant, was started by Leo and Margie Bowers in the Fall of 1959. at 4043 State St. in Boise. Bowers '99r - State Street (courtesy of Bob Hartman) The low cost and quality service led to instant success and a second restaurant was opened the next year at … Continue reading Bowers 99’r – Boise, Idaho
This is Roller Skating! Well, it's actually a late 1960s booklet published by the Roller Skating Rink Operators Association of America (RSROAA) about roller skating. The 24 page booklet, which someone ran over with a roller skate, features everything you need to know about having a good time roller skating and drinking a Coke. It's … Continue reading This is Roller Skating
Goofy Golf at the Magic World was a miniature golf course located in Panama City Beach, Florida. This series of postcards; featuring the giant tyrannosaurus rex, windmill, castle, octopus, flowers and other "goofy" holes on the golf course; was published sometime in the 1960s.
This Sea World postcard folder was probably printed in the late 1960s. I am particularly fond of Google the Great.
It's time for another Found Photo Friday. This week features the last batch of photos of the woman who may or may not be named Pat Elliott.
It's time for another installment of Found Photo Friday. This week's installment features another batch of images from a woman, who may or may not be named Pat Elliott. You can see holding up a sign with that name on it in the first photo below.
This week's Found Photo Friday features the second installment of the found of photos of a woman I believe to be named Pat Elliott. These photos were taken in California in the 1960s.
This menu, from the famed Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California was probably published in the late '60s.