I bought this old photo from an antique stall on Sunday. It was old, torn and tired and just thirty pence. A little wash and brush up and three lovely faces appear, ready to face a new century.
A caption on the reverse of this photograph claims it was taken at the Marine Hotel in Barmouth in 1928. Other than that, I know nothing about it. We have, however, a marine, a car, two fashionable ladies and half a dog. What more could you possibly require in order to write a cracking who-done-it?
My latest contribution to the Museum of Found Photographs is this lop-sided quartet from the 1930s. Where they were or what they were doing I am not sure: but it has to be said that they don't seem very happy about it. "Smile for the camera ... for heaven's sake, smile"