While these are great, this has already been done at Tackroama. http://tackorama.net/
Thank you for these free images!
Love them. TFS!!!!
Love the top one especially - she's obviously not talking to a telemarketer! :)
FreshFlow: The idea has been around a LOT longer than Tackorama has been. Let Karen's followers have some fun, K?
Well, I haven't seen them, and I have been looking for something like this, and also some little girls from the 40's-50's...so I really thank you for sharing this and all the other things. Not all of us know where to look in all the places...so it's really nice! Thank you!
As ALWAYS--Thank you for sharing. I only come to your site for images becuz they are the best!
Thank you for your support everyone! All I can do is post what I have, there's really no extra time in my schedule to search around the web to see who has posted what on their site, if I did that every time, there wouldn't be time to post anything! These came from a vintage book that I got recently at an antique shop, and I do plan on posting more, it is the whole reason I bought the book in the first place! P.S. itsbebe, there are children in this book too, I'll try to remember to post some little girls next week!
Awesome! Just used one of the images like these that you posted before. I need to remember to post the apron on Monday.
Oh and actually these images remind me of the movie (and play) "Bye Bye Birdie" when the kids all call each other to spread the news that Hugo pinned Kim. Love that song.
I love these! I think the first one would look great with pink hair!
Thanks so much, Karen, for these, for all of your work and for your generosity in sharing!
Yes, while some of these images may be available elsewhere, you'd have to pay for them. Thank you for this post, Karen! With this poem, MANY of your images could be used:'When I was just as far as I could walkFrom here today,There was an hourAll stillWhen leaning with my head again a flowerI heard you talk.Don't say I didn't, for I heard you say--You spoke from that flower on the window sill-Do you remember what it was you said?''First tell me what it was you thought you heard.''Having found the flower and driven a bee away,I leaned on my headAnd holding by the stalk,I listened and I thought I caught the word--What was it? Did you call me by my name?Or did you say--Someone said "Come" -- I heard it as I bowed.''I may have thought as much, but not aloud.'"Well, so I came.'-Robert Frost, "The Telephone"
Great images, thank you.Title, how about "Hello Brad?"
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