MY GIRLFRIEND IS A WITCH (1940)

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Christmas will sneak up on you before you know it. It isn’t too early to start looking through your family photo collection. A beautifully-colorized image of your ancestors (suitable for enlarging and framing) makes a wonderful keepsake for the entire family.

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The year is 1940. Happy Halloweenie! Actress/Model, Anne Nagel is our Pinup Pun’kin for this trick or treat edition of Trending History. Color is by American Photo Colorizing, as usual – and you can almost see our Jack-O-Lantern’s blush. It’s no wonder he’s grinning with delight. Anne is very bewitching, indeed.

Anne Nagel - Halloween (1940)

1940 - Anne Nagel - Halloween

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HOLLYWOOD HALLOWEEN (1934)

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Christmas will sneak up on you before you know it. It isn’t too early to start looking through your family photo collection. A beautifully-colorized image of your ancestors (suitable for enlarging and framing) makes a wonderful keepsake for the entire family.

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The year is 1934. Happy Hallowednesday! This is the eve of Halloween 2013, and we’re sharing our latest Trending History’s Adventures in Halloweenland & Other Spooky Stuff. Today’s freaky photo features Hollywood actress and model, Nancy Carroll sporting a glittery pair of ’30s-style hot pants that’re guaranteed to make a Jack-O-Lantern’s eyes pop like Popeye. Aw-Reet!

Nancy Carroll - Halloween 1 (1934) (B&W)

1934 - Nancy Carroll - Halloween

EDGAR ALLAN POE (1849)

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The year is 1849. It’s Day 2 of Trending History’s Adventures in Halloweenland & Other Spooky Stuff. Here’s legendary Balitimore citizen, and writer of chiller-thrillers, Edgar Allan Poe. Quoth the Raven, “Squarrrrkkk!” – which means “Silly ol’ Poe. Ravens can’t talk!” For Halloween, we’ve added a dash of color and spooky fog to Edgar, as is fitting.

1849 - Edgar Allan Poe (O2)

1844 - Edgar Allen Poe

ROLLING BONES (1890)

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The year is 1890. We’re gearing up for Tending History’s Adventures in Halloweenland & Other Spooky Stuff, with a spooky Gay ’90s photo of a bicyclist who has been rattling around just a little too long. You’ve gotta give kudos to the warped 19th century mind that thought this shot up. The top hat offers a touch of class – but, apparently, pants were optional. A bit o’ color by American Photo Colorizing almost makes this creaky ol’ boy spring to life. Boo!

1890 - Skeleton On Bicycle (O)

1890 - Skeleton On Bicycle

HEEEEEEERE’S “GRANNY” (1850)

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The year is 1850. Somebody’s Granny poses for a portrait with her knitting 163 years ago. The quality of the original daguerreotype is exceptional for the pre-Civil War-era. We’re looking into the eyes of an elderly woman who was very likely born around the time of the American Revolution. Her first president would have been George Washington – and she doesn’t appear to have a tooth in her mouth. “The better to gum you with, my dears”.

Now, here’s the “kicker”. Not only have we colorized “Granny” – but we’ve brought her back to life . . . sort of. Activate your Audio, then Click-tivate the Video below.

1850s - Woman 4 (O)

1850 - Groovy Granny

BRICK HOUSE IN SNOW (1939)

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The year is 1939. Yesterday, we featured a photo of a “Sharp Dressed Man”, by New York City street photographer, Helen Levitt. Today’s feature is by another female shutterbug, Farm Security Administration (FSA) photographer, Marion Post Wolcott. Marion spent the winter of 1939-40 in the snowy New England village of Woodstock, Vermont. Woodstock in the 1930s was a sleepy little farming community.

Today, it is a very popular ski resort. In 1934 the first ski tow in America was built at Woodstock – and winter tourism in the area boomed overnight. Today, the village looks remarkably like the one Marion Post Wolcott visited in 1939.

Brick House In Snow (Woodstock, VT - 1939) (O)

1939 - Woodstock, Vermont - Brick House In Snow

SHARP DRESSSED MAN (1940)

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The year is 1940. The original black and white image was captured by New York City street photographer, Helen Levitt. American Photo Colorizing created the colorized version for your enjoyment – ’cause every girl’s crazy ’bout a sharp dressed man.

Helen Levitt Photo 1 (NYC 1940s) (O1)

1940 - Sharp Dreessed Man