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    upon asking if it was ok to post this and who i could credit for the photos this is the response i got: (truly a fascinating story):

    Of course it's OK. The first was taken about 1961 (I was born in 1944),
    and the second one was taken in 2004 when Kathy and I went to visit
    brothers in FLA. I think my father took the first picture with an old
    Polaroid instant (they were just coming out then). The second one was
    taken by Kathy with my Canon Powershot S30 (3 Megapixel) The
    INTERESTING thing about the pictures is, even though they were taken at
    the same table in the same room (kitchen) of the same house, the house
    was about 10 miles away from where it was in the first picture! The
    family that bought the house from my parents loved it so much that when
    Wal-Mart moved in to buy up the place, he went to the trouble and
    expense of moving the house farther out into the country, and that's
    where we were in the second picture.

    Let me know if you need anything else from the museum...

    Pops

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    1. *Juliabe 93 months ago | reply

      that is a really charming and handsome father in law. And those are really awesome genes!!!!

    2. _minette 93 months ago | reply

      Have to agree with the gene pool comments. Movie star handsome.

    3. pi c's 93 months ago | reply

      Great work! Handsome man and hasn't changed much other than the color of his hair!

    4. mi nini vida 93 months ago | reply

      What a great history!!!

    5. Doly Han 93 months ago | reply

      wow...........very interesting shot..haha

    6. lslphoto 93 months ago | reply

      That's really cool! Nice work!

    7. someone rivery 93 months ago | reply

      thats very cool

    8. Curly Top 93 months ago | reply

      So cool, what a great thing! And what a great story.

    9. angie M. photography 93 months ago | reply

      Very cool! He looks and sounds like a great man.

    10. RubberIcons 93 months ago | reply

      Its all about story when its said and done.

    11. how.e 93 months ago | reply

      wow great concept/shots/story .. cudos to both photographers and you for sharing this.

    12. RRCA_again 93 months ago | reply

      Interesting souvenir ! Cool !!! ************

    13. a cup of "milk" 93 months ago | reply

      just fascinating...

    14. internat 92 months ago | reply

      great story...and nice to see he is still smiling! :)

    15. Elizabeth Pellette 92 months ago | reply

      so cool and what a great story

    16. pmarella 92 months ago | reply

      REALLY well done....!

    17. G r e n 92 months ago | reply

      that's just cool!

    18. Beelama 91 months ago | reply

      Oh my gawd! This is so great!

    19. reaction 90 months ago | reply

      i love it that his eyes have the same smile like 43 years ago.

    20. button face 69 months ago | reply

      awesome. he hasn't aged a day.

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