Thursday, May 1, 2014

Inspiration: 1940's Yearbooks Part 3

Hello there! I hope you are having a wonderful week. For this week's inspiration I have the last installment of photographs from the 1940's yearbooks I found in a museum. I only had time to snap a few photos and I'd love to go back and pour over them for hours. The museum actually had yearbooks from 1890-1970, so it would literally take me hours to look through all of them. They are fantastic! 
My favorite thing about the photos is looking at how 'modern' some of the women look. The facial expression, makeup, or hair was just a bit different than everyone else and it makes me so interested in her life and personal style!
Enjoy, and Happy May Day!

God Bless,

1 Peter 2:4-5
As you come to him, the living Stone—rejected by humans but chosen by God and precious to him—  you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house


Marisa Noelle said...

Ok, now that is cool! I've seen my mom's old yearbooks and even my grandfather's college yearbook before but none as old as these. I could get lost for hours if I ever got my hands on something like these, hehe. xo

Kristian said...

I've always thought these are neat. It is funny that nearly all the women have hair of about the same length but can look so different. Such a variety of hairstyles!