My Maternal Grandparents, Roy Garnand and Lillian Peyton, My Mother, Sally Garnand, and My Aunt Florence Garnand, Thanksgiving, Early 1950s
My father took this photo. He was a professional photographer, so our "family snapshot" had a bit of a advantage....
African American Sunday Dinner Images We Adore - Black Southern Belle
There are so many memories we make during the tradition of Sunday dinner. Today we are celebratingA�African American Sunday Dinner Images We Adore.
A Hidden Benefit of a Large Family is "Pack Life"
While a large family can garner strange looks from onlookers it continues to be a source of many blessings, some of them perhaps a bit surprising for its members.
Is The Head of Your Household Qualified To Be Head of Your Household?
Before the era of single income households, and the growing rate of single parents, the disappearance of the structured work day and week and the decimation of core morals and values by the impuls…
Listen to Your Children
Ida, 81, urges parents to listen to their childern, and to make opportunities (like family dinners) where children are encouraged to talk about their lives.
Thanksgiving dinner at the Reed house, 1955
Hmm, you can see everyone in the photo except me. Mom and dad in the foreground, Jan and Grandpa with their backs to the camera, John, Donald, Carla, Ruth, Donna, and Grandma.
The Important Part of Thanksgiving Dinner - Carving - Taken Between 1955 and 1957
These slides and photographs came from many estate sales. They were dusty, darkened, bent, underexposed (some damaged by water) and were destined to be trash. Through the help of Photoshop, they can be seen once again. Please feel free to leave any comments - your thoughts, impressions... I love reading them!
New York : Meryl Meisler - L'Œil de la Photographie Magazine
La Galerie Steven Kasher a inauguré la semaine dernière sa nouvelle exposition dédiée aux premières œuvres de Meryl Meisler, présentant plus de 35 tirages en noir et blanc. Ces photos expriment la force émotionnelle et l’exubérance des années 1970, quand la Psychologie Populaire encourageait les individus à devenir eux-mêmes et à s’accomplir, depuis les femmes au foyer des banlieues de Long Island jusqu’aux drag-queens et aux reines du disco.Steven Kasher Gallery has inaugurated last week…