Old Photographic

Font Control
You are here  : Home Old Photo Articles A Day At The Beach Turn Of The 20th Century
Turn Of The 20th Century

Old Orchard Beach Maine 1913

E-mail
(8 votes, average 4.25 out of 5)

Tags: Bathing Beauties | Old Orchard Beach Maine | Photo Booth

A Day At The Beach - Turn Of The 20th Century
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 22 February 2009 00:16

Photos of a day at Old Orchard Beach Maine taken in 1913

Bathing BeautiesBathing BeautiesHere are a couple of bathing beauties posing in front of a beach backdrop. Probably taken in a photo booth somewhere on the pier.

Read more...
 


Customer/Member Login






 

Solution Graphics
Premier Business Member

 

Our Advertisers

Photographer Quotes

man_ray

"I paint what cannot be photographed, that which comes from the imagination or from dreams, or from an unconscious drive."

Man Ray
American Artist and Photographer
1890–1976


Old Photo Shop Tags

  banjo  cabinet  card  card   playing  woman  young 

Who's Online

We have 74 guests online

Our Advertisers

Affiliate Program

make-money

Visitors Statistics

Visits[+/-]
Today:
Yesterday:
2 days ago:
130
266
251

+15
This week:
Last week:
2 weeks ago:
396
1878
1996

-118
This month:
Last month:
2 months ago:
5120
8789
7980

+809
This year:
Last year:
80920
20458
+60462

Avarage per day
This week:
Last week:
2 weeks ago:
198
268.3
285.1
-70.3
-16.8
This month:
Last month:
2 months ago:
269.5
293
266
-23.5
+27
This year:
Last year:
38.5
56
-17.5

All visits
Since 01/08/09811 794

green_hosting5breseller_96x965dCarbon Offsetting

Oldphotographic has partnered with Green Mountain Energy, the leading provider of cleaner energy and carbon offsetting solutions, to purchase carbon credits to offset the emissions of our hosting operations. On behalf of Oldphotographic Green Mountain will invest in renewable energy sources like wind and solar power as well as biomass facilities. Oldphotographic's funding will also provide support for reforestation projects through Green Mountain’s relationship with the Pacific Forest Trust.