1964 ERA FOUND PARTY PICTURES

 A BUCK 'N' DOE OR NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY FIVE DECADES AGO?



Found Art. Pictures from the Sixties. 

These pictures were inside a large box of unclaimed family snapshots, left for development, pickup and payment at a now long gone Drouillard Avenue store in Windsor, Ontario.

I recovered the box while helping clean out the store. I promptly put them away in my attic office.  

According to the orange Kodak envelope for this set of pictures, they were let at the store by a man who lived on Cadillac Street a few minutes from the front gates of theFord Foundry. 

All the young dudes party in a beat-up basement apartment. Holes in the ceiling, third hand furniture, 60s style greaser hairdos.

In 1965 the Elvis look still was a major influence on these hard drinking Windsor Hound Dogs. Out of focus, damaged by the heat of being in my attic for 35 years, I rediscovered their pictures while cleaning out my files! 

Young dudes party while the ghost of their youth linger on, on this page.




Money in the mouth!Checkin' the ceiling






Gather around the 'ol couch!
Naughty!

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