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Sunday, July 15, 2018

Mid-summer 1950 Jamestown, Tennessee

An old worn-out family photo
18-year-old Mom is on the left, 17-year-old Dad is on the right.

My older brother (by two-years) is the newborn in the middle.  
Yesterday he attended his 50-year high school graduation class reunion up here in the north.

Tempus fugit.  

1 comment:

David Drake said...

Great pic. I love black and white photos.