Here's mine, Harry Luckstone:
My dad on his 80'th b'day
My Dad, the week before his 90th birthday (last month).
You have good looking and young looking fathers! I'm happy to say my dad lived a good long life (90 years) too.
Couldnt find one with just pop, so here's mom too! He passed in 1980.
Here's my Mom and Dad both taken back in the early 1990's. My Mom is gone now but my Dad is 92 and still going strong!
They were the best parents ever!
Dad and me at local state park
don't have my scanner up...clarence m spore b 1900 d 1977...
note...on the way to take dh out to breakfast, we passed the vfw..a young wonam all alone, (and pregnant) was sitting on the bench in front, head bowed, by the statue they have...what a sad reminder of either a dad or hubby who will never meet that child...
My dad was a pro boxer back in the 40s and 50s.
I thought the new image posting method would bring more pics of dads, but I guess many would need to be scanned. In any case, I've enjoyed seeing all of these. Thanks for sharing!
I dont have the apparatus to post a picture of my Dad---very low-tech---, but if you Google/Bing "1948-1951 Bay City All-Stars Football Team", he's "Coach Ricker" in the second row from the bottom. I was about 10 at the time & had a terrible crush on the team's waterboy, Tom, the kid in the first row. There's a closer pic of my Dad further down in the article.
BTW, one of the team's doctors, Dr. Neal Moore (also pictured), was an old friend of my father, who, my birth certificate states, "delivered" me back in 1937. Don't remember it.
I think this is high school graduation
and on a drift boat fishing trip with my
DH and brothers a couple of years before he died.
Dad with his old woody station wagon. He was probably about 65 at that time, he passed away about 30 years ago.
Both my parents, Salvatore and Rosaria. Both have passed on.
This is my folks on their wedding day in 1939.
My Dad Amos taken some time in the 1960's with my brother and I. He passed away in 1984 at the age of 65
Frank Hadley Case
Thank you for all these wonderful pictures. Our dads meant--and still mean--so much to us.
Luckygardnr, your parents look like a couple of movie stars!
Here's another father.......my dad's friend Lou with his youngest son. Our two families often vacationed together on Long Island.
This is Mom and Dad on their wedding day in 1955.
I love this picture of them. It's been in my photo album forever, so that's a crease on his upper lip from trying to loosen it from the page.
Too bad dad was such a jerk. She left him when I was 21 months old and my brother was 3 months old.
I have no idea what happened to my picture. Here it is, and hopefully it will stay.
one of my favorite pics of my dad.
Nice pictures everyone!