DR&DR Top Vernacular Posts

A few days ago, someone mentioned a great idea to me on the Anniversary post about a ‘Best-Of’ if you will. I always wanted to repost some of the incredible photos from past posts on early 20th century vernacular photography. I figured there are probably a lot of people who don’t have the time to go back a year in a blogs history so I decided to do a quick recap for those interested  in seeing them again or that haven’t at all. A lot of these are historical photo blogs like Shorpy, Charlie Parker, and Big Happy Fun House. Be sure to visit their respective sites and clear some time to get lost in the history.


Youth Without Youth

University Of The South

Sports Aren’t What They Used To Be

The Sporting Life

Tempered British Youth


Having A Laff

Married To The Sea



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3 Responses to DR&DR Top Vernacular Posts

  1. M.Lane says:

    These are great! Thanks for putting them up again.


  2. Isaac Buie says:

    Not only are the clothes in this post timeless and well designed, they’re all well worn. I imagine that people back then would select key high quality items and beat them to death. I love that idea. Thanks.

  3. Damn it. Why can’t I live in the old, fun America?

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