Emily De La Mare

Emily De La Mare

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This photo is from: http://1940s.org/tag/wwii-kiss There are so many photos like this, but I love that this one was in New Hope. It's sad but so romantic at the same time. I love photos like this from the 1940's.

This photo is from: http://1940s.org/tag/wwii-kiss There are so many photos like this, but I love that this one was in New Hope. It's sad but so romantic at the same time. I love photos like this from the 1940's.

This picture was taken in 1943 at Penn Station. I can't help but wonder how it turned out. Did he make it back? If he did, did they stay together?

This picture was taken in 1943 at Penn Station. I can't help but wonder how it turned out. Did he make it back? If he did, did they stay together?

Helen's older brother enlisted in WWII and was killed after his tank was bombed and he burned to death. This was him and his wife, Penny Reynolds. They were married for five years.

Helen's older brother enlisted in WWII and was killed after his tank was bombed and he burned to death. This was him and his wife, Penny Reynolds. They were married for five years.

A jazzy swing number as the first dance rather than a slow dance (haha there can be another one of those later)

A jazzy swing number as the first dance rather than a slow dance (haha there can be another one of those later)

This iconic photo depicts the jubilance and relief expressed throughout America when armistice was declared in World War Two. Contrary to popular opinion, the two in the picture were not lovers; the soldier was jubilantly planting kisses on women in Times Square – this lucky nurse was just one of them. -1940s-

This iconic photo depicts the jubilance and relief expressed throughout America when armistice was declared in World War Two. Contrary to popular opinion, the two in the picture were not lovers; the soldier was jubilantly planting kisses on women in Times Square – this lucky nurse was just one of them. -1940s-

This iconic photo depicts the jubilance and relief expressed throughout America when armistice was declared in World War Two. Contrary to popular opinion, the two in the picture were not lovers; the soldier was jubilantly planting kisses on women in Times Square – this lucky nurse was just one of them. -1940s-

This iconic photo depicts the jubilance and relief expressed throughout America when armistice was declared in World War Two. Contrary to popular opinion, the two in the picture were not lovers; the soldier was jubilantly planting kisses on women in Times Square – this lucky nurse was just one of them. -1940s-