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Five year old girl skating downtown circa 1943.

Image Description: A young girl is pictured in the center of this black and white photograph. She has hair that falls past her shoulders and is parted at the left side of her head. She is wearing a dress that is belted and roller skates with ruffled socks on her feet. There is a young boy walking behind her in a ¾ sleeved button-up shirt that is tucked into his trousers. Behind the young boy, there is a tall man whose head has been cropped by the frame of the photograph. To the right of this man, there is a woman with long black hair who is dressed in black and holding a package in her arms.

Uploaded on 03.07.2021 by Sharples

Central / Downtown, (1940 - 1949), Fun

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