Sepia Saturday

Two Brothers : Unknown Third Party Print (Hall & Siggers, Keighley)

Every week Sepia Saturday inspires bloggers to share photos based on a visual prompt. This week’s photo inspired me to find a photo of a young boy in a sailor suit, but there are other options (e.g. brothers, suit, pairs, etc.)

What a smile!

Morrison, W. M, photographer. Sidney Arthur Mounteer. , 1898. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2002710129/.

I just loved his smile and little boat so much I thought it was pointless to find more photos. Enjoy this happy fellow.

If you’d like to see more Sepia Saturday posts, click here to get to the hub.

Wendy compared the image to Shirley Temple in Captain January. I had to go find the trailer (below).

Do check out ScotSue’s wonderful post full of boy’s fashion of old.

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10 Responses to Sepia Saturday

  1. La Nightingail says:

    What a GREAT picture! I think you’re right. I’m afraid you would have been hard-pressed to find anything equally great. You really lucked-out! 🙂

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  3. lulubelleliz says:

    That is a delightful photo. How nice that little boys were allowed to keep their curls in those days.

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  4. Wendy says:

    The kid in the photo reminds me of Shirley Temple in “Captain January.”

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  5. kathyfumc says:

    He looks like he is really enjoying himself!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. mollyscanopy says:

    Great photo! And yes, he definitely has a Shirley Temple hairdo.

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