Thelma Strickland & Bonnie Ward

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A photo of Thelma Strickland with friend Bonnie Ward in Roswell,Georgia circa 1944
Date & Place: in Roswell, Georgia United States
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Aug 29, 1924 - Apr 1, 2013 1924 - 2013
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Updated Jan 25, 2016

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Ancient Faces
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Thelma Stickland & Bonnie Ward on top of their 1940s (Packard?) automobile in Roswell Georgia.
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Anne Talbott
How fun!
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Leon Egner
The original Thelma & Louise...
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Linda M. Gigliotti
Awesome! They look so happy and carefree, that would be right after the war.
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Carol Wheeler
Fabulous 👍
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Terri Allen
Cool picture
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Kellee Eressy
Awesome twosome!!!!
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Lenka Ženeva Černá
Petra Pajda Pavlíková zlatíčko..ty putuješ časoprostorem..
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Karla Fair Allen
What a great picture!! Love them!!
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Bell Hong
Susanna So
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Steve Myers
The grill does not look like a Packard.
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Pat Hamer
"That doesn't look like a Packard." LOL
Jan 25, 2016 ·
Pat Hamer
yes, they look happy, well dressed and classy!
Jan 25, 2016 ·
Andre Mekhitarian
Ford 1936
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Michael Armstead
Not a packard.....possibly a 1936 ford.....
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Teresa Ann-Cass O'Connor
PRETTY AS A PICTURE--------
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Steve Myers
1936 Ford V8 DeLuxe.....Thanks to Varun Coutinho.
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
David Rafferty
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My parents had a 36 Ford sedan when I was small, finally bought a new 50 Chevy when I was 8
Feb 29, 2016 ·
Narda Gard McNally
I learned how to drive in an older Packard. Felt like I was driving a boat it was so big.
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Julia K Henderson
David - wonder if your dad knew either of these ladies?
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Susan Schloss
507 favorites
Love it!
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Stephen Zaremba
I want the Car The two Women are Beautiful Looking. I would like to have the car
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Alexis Marrs
Bold and Beautiful,
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Cynthia Medeios
Oh my! Gorgeous!😁
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Letlet Sandiego
Beautiful
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Norma Cardoza
LOVE the pic. .Classic ,cool, best FRIENDS ..memories
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Teresa Regenold
Nice car
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Linda Ness
Love the car
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Deborah Mobberly
They also used women back then to sell cars. People wonder about our generation. Back then they had on decent clothing. Don't get me wrong they are pretty.
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Rita Craig
Like Thelma and Louise 😊
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Louise Swayze
This could have been a photo of my mom and her sister.
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Julius Lilly
Looks more mid 30s grill & headlights.
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Linda M. Gigliotti
They drove older cars just like we do!
Jan 26, 2016 ·
Vicky Camp
They look like they are having good fun.
Jan 25, 2016 · Reply
Avay York Evans
I have a pic of my Mon sitting on the fender of her 1933 Ford, I bring it out every Christmas so she can celebrate with us*~
Jan 26, 2016 · Reply
Linda M. Gigliotti
Why not frame it with an oval matte inside (or whatever you prefer) and hang it in the hallway permanently!! That's what I did.
Jan 26, 2016 ·
Rachael Rawson
Loved the cars of those years!
Jan 26, 2016 · Reply
Kim Quiroz
Hot . Damn .
Jan 26, 2016 · Reply
Frank Raniere
That is no Packard.
Jan 26, 2016 · Reply
Howard Weber
Anyone you know? Snazzy!
Jan 26, 2016 · Reply
Tom Armstrong
Simpler times ,family time lost memories forever.
Jan 27, 2016 · Reply
Georgia Brushhandle
This was back when you could sit on cars, do that nowadays and they cave in, bend...Very cool photo!!
Jan 31, 2016 · Reply
Paula Winters Leslie
My mom took pics like this with her girlfriends.
Feb 03, 2016 · Reply
Donna Pampalone
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Love this picture.
Feb 21, 2016 · Reply
David Becken
Josephine, Florence and Angela Macaluso, 1936. Angela was my grandmother and married this same year, at the age of 18. Her sisters remained spinsters and lived in the family home together. Florence was born in that house, and lived there about 82 years. Then she lived 11 more years in an apartment. It was our joke that she slept most of her life in the bed she was born in. I also joked with these ladies that this picture is of Blanche Barrow, Ma Barker and Bonnie Parker. My grandmother encountered Bonnie Parker in 1934 at a hair salon that was on Hwy 80 in Bossier City, just a few blocks from the family farm, which is where this photo was taken. She also knew Carlos Marcello before he was Carlos Marcello. He lived next door to cousins in Dallas, where she spent some time in the summers. I wish I had inherited this auto when the farm came to me!
Mar 01, 2016 · Reply
Jeannette Taylor
Yes!
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