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Haunting Photos of JFK Assassination Landmarks, Then and Now

Haunting Photos of JFK Assassination Landmarks, Then and Now

I really LOVE these "then and now" style photos that I keep seeing lately.  So cool!

I really LOVE these "then and now" style photos that I keep seeing lately. So cool!

Learn how to care for your old and important family photographs. - Getty / D E N N I S A X E R Photography

Learn how to care for your old and important family photographs. - Getty / D E N N I S A X E R Photography

I need to take a photo of my collection like this!

I need to take a photo of my collection like this!

'Teachers' TEACHERS'Una de las instantáneas de Bert Hardy del año 1956 (Bert Hardy - © Getty Images - Courtesy of Sheila Hardy)

'Teachers' TEACHERS'Una de las instantáneas de Bert Hardy del año 1956 (Bert Hardy - © Getty Images - Courtesy of Sheila Hardy)

This one makes me sad. Enjoy every moment in life. It only comes once.

This one makes me sad. Enjoy every moment in life. It only comes once.

Photgraphy by Bobby Neel Adams. "AgeMaps" Spliced pictures of the same person when they are young and old

Photgraphy by Bobby Neel Adams. "AgeMaps" Spliced pictures of the same person when they are young and old

I love seeing Age Map photos, this one in particular interests me because i always want to see what these people look like older.

I love seeing Age Map photos, this one in particular interests me because i always want to see what these people look like older.

Long-gone East End London - Telegraph:  Small is Fun, March 7, 1939  Children who are small enough to pass under an archway in Bow, east London, qualify for a weekly parcel of toys. In 1907 the headmistress of Devons Primary School in Bow, Clara Grant, set up a wooden arch on the pavement, inscribed with ‘Enter all ye children small, None can come who are too tall’. Any child able to pass through the arch without bending could receive a parcel of toys for a farthing.

Long-gone East End London - Telegraph: Small is Fun, March 7, 1939 Children who are small enough to pass under an archway in Bow, east London, qualify for a weekly parcel of toys. In 1907 the headmistress of Devons Primary School in Bow, Clara Grant, set up a wooden arch on the pavement, inscribed with ‘Enter all ye children small, None can come who are too tall’. Any child able to pass through the arch without bending could receive a parcel of toys for a farthing.

Dear Photograph...  Revisit the places memorable photos were taken and take a picture of the photo fitting back in. Then write a note.

Dear Photograph... Revisit the places memorable photos were taken and take a picture of the photo fitting back in. Then write a note.