Ina Viola Hicks and Friends

A photo of Ina Viola Hicks and friends acting silly
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Updated Sep 15, 2017

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Ancient Faces
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Wheeee . . . it's Friday! Looking at the shoes and dresses, we're guessing the early 1910's?
Sep 15, 2017 · Reply
Cathy Perry
maybe early 1920's. Flappers.
Sep 15, 2017 · Reply
I go back and forth on date - the shoes and hair say 1920's to me, the dresses say 1910's . . .
Sep 15, 2017 ·
Edith Weil
AncientFaces Judging by the dropped waistlines, it's probably the 1920's. The 1910's had higher, more fitted waists, including the actual shirtwaist, as well as longer hemlines.
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MaryBeth Keough Asenjo
1919 ;)
Sep 15, 2017 ·
Lynn Day
Agreed roaring twenties.
Sep 16, 2017 ·
Sherry Richmond
1920s hems were shorter. The Boxcar Ladies long hems are pre-WW1, although "bobbed" hair & loose waists (no corsets) is 1920s.
Sep 16, 2017 ·
Jean White
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This looks like something my mother with her three sisters would do,,! " Carrying on" , as gran MA said, Dressed as these girls did,,even though they were living in a Depression!
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Kim Stephan Hightower
What's interesting to me is that the 3 women look ghost-like. They are faded a bit more than the train and it gives that illusion. Such a fun picture!
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Sara Padilla
Denise Padilla this reminds of our Napa train pic lol
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Daniel Pinna
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Napa Valley Wine Train! So much fun
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Terri Allen
Wow! Very interesting picture.
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Ree Young
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Going by the dresses and especially the hairstyles, I'd say somewhere in the early to mid-1920s.

The photo below is from the mid-1920s. The older woman second from left (without the hat) is my maternal grandmother, and I know this was taken when she was in her 50s. My maternal grandfather had died in the early 1920s, so this was years after that.
Sep 15, 2017 · Reply
Becky Kelly
Love this picture
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Barb Wharton
1920's and 1930's. I have a real picture of my Mother really doing this to go to California from Texas in 1930's.
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Joyce Ellery
Next stop...'Petticoat Junction'!
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Mona Renee Arnett
All I can think is, how in the world did the one on the right get up there?!?!
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Kelly North
I thought i was the only one thinking that! ๐Ÿ˜‚
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Denise Padilla
Omg! It does! Sara Padilla
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Michelle Shiver Lawson
That's a great picture!
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Aphrodite Triantafillos
No corsets, looks like the 1920's.
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Maria Mesing
My aunt said they used strips sheets to make their breasts look flat in the flapper dreeses that must have been fun looking like pancakes๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜
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Laura Pfenning Foose
Oh crap, the song from Petticoat Junction is going to be in my head for the rest of the evening now!
Sep 15, 2017 · Reply
Shirley Barrow
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Flapper of the 20's
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Brian Bonjokian
Their ankles are exposed!!!::::gaaaaassssspppp::::
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April Farmer
Rich girls
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Ed Pierzchalski
Tombstone, Arizona 1846.
The first saloon entertainment staff arrive in town.
All work stops as cowboys and miners come to greet them.
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Sonia Hernandez
OMYGOSH!! Looking at that picture the girls look like ghosts holding on to the train ๐Ÿ˜ฒ!! Scary!!
Sep 15, 2017 · Reply
Diane Orrvar Stone
Great picture..i have lots of this era! My mom last born..1919..out of 10 kids!
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Lynn Maher
Wonderful to see a picture where people are having fun!
Sep 17, 2017 · Reply
Denise Lynn Maki
so cool
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Michael Porter
A good fun picture.
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Sally Roffey Ivison
They are having such fun! X
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