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July 23, 2016

25 Cool Polaroid Prints of Teen Girls in the 1970s

The 1970s were a party, full of exploration without explanation. They were all about discovery.

The 1970s were colorful and innovative. The world stood at its most creative precipice of all. Colors and design exploded; television was cool and getting cooler, fashions... well, unfortunately they were what they were, but everything else in general was just plain far out.

These old instant film photos captured teen girls during the 1970s. That what their lives were 40 years ago.





























12 comments:

  1. thanks, brings back highschool thoughts

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  2. You realize not all are polaroids

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  3. The good old van Patten days

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  4. Thanks For sharing this Superb article.I use this Article to show my assignment in college.it is useful For me Great Work.

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  5. I remember my high school days, 1967-1970. The girls would wear mini skirts and mini dresses in the middle of winter when it was 20 degrees below. Back then the girls were thin and modest. What a great time to go to high school.

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    1. This comment disturbs me on many different levels, as a female.

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  6. 1st picture appears to show a Cali license plate from the 1990 Series

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  7. Scary how many of today's kids would NOT understand what the boy was grabbing off the wall was a TELEPHONE on (the next to the last) photo. I remember hearing some W&M college kids in a VA Target I was working in saying something about "mom was telling me that phones had a cord...like no waaay" I turned to them and said yeah, "and a rotary dial" (which I had to explain...remember I said these are COLLEGE kids) and then I told them "TV had 3 channels and TV went OFF!" I had to explain "...and the home of the brave! beeeeeeeep ...CLICK!"

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    1. I think this is a little much. I don't know, perhaps Virginia is an exception. I'm pretty sure MOST PARENTS, grandparents, and at the VERY LEAST schools of today talk to children about the phones and TV's (and cars, appliances, homes etc.) of the past...this is not a bold and CRAZZZY topic. It's few that interest both children and adults alike.

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