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Vintage Dapper Photos

Just a few photo’s from Dapper Day.

The paparazzi are always chasing the famous.  Here one photographer waves to his co-worker.

 Look out for the news

hounds!

This star doesn’t look too opposed to the press stalking her.  And the couple below have some sort of modern gadget to record their story for that newspaper man.

 Jason - This guy travels the world

Jason is one guy you just have to meet. He has great stories that will not bore you.  He has traveled the world and I am not kidding.  He just flies to Europe and the jumps on a train the stays at hostle for the night. He loves to meet people and just have fun. The other thing about Jason is we first saw him on Dapper Day October 3, 2015 and he was dancing with some girls that I thought he knew. Come to find out he did not know them but taught them to dance that day.  They were moving to the music on Sunset Blvd. that was coming from speakers that Disney was playing. I was just about to get some video when they stopped.  I went over to Jason {just like an old guy would} and told him how I enjoyed the dancing and how good he was.  If you like to swing dance or other dancing, talk to Jason. Most of all, if you plan to take a trip I am sure he has been there. Thanks, Jason for being our friend.  We love the stories.

  This couple just got engaged today.

The reporter is getting the scoop on the Hollywood story. This director was the first to own one of the Tucker cars.  Only 50 were ever made. He also had to testify at the Congressional hearings.  

Swing dancers and 1920’s

The swing dancers from the 1940’s and 1950’s have joined the flappers from the 1920’s for a magical photo in front of an exotic castle. How the styles vary from one decade to another.  There’s even a futuristic girl with bright red hair and a parasol!  

Dapper Day November 12, 2016

Dapper Day at Epcot was a little different this year. Epcot is big we did not get to see some of the old faces. It also was the last day of the food and wine festival. The weather was great and we still had a good time.
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We were in Branson, Missouri when we came upon this little old motel. It had the metal table and chairs with a little office for check in. You never know what you will find when on a trip.
Branson, Missouri and the Branson Scenic Railway We took this train ride on Mother’s day the last time we were in Branson. The food was great and so was the service. We had a great view and you could go up to the observation  car to get a better view. It was just like in the 1940’s.
Motels and car shows. We look around us all the time for old buildings and for car shows. So much fun and people around us are funny to watch. They have two ways to look at you. They love it and ask questions. We also invite people to join us. The others just walk by and I have no clue what they are really thinking. But you will get some looks that are so funny.  Often they will pass us and then look back over their shoulder to take another look.

Dapper Day, See the link to

all of our Dapper Days on the

main page.

Branson is full of tributes to the past, and especially to the military history of America.  This bronze statue is fairly new, and very true to life in its depiction of soldiers giving their all to keep our freedom.
Old motels are abundant here in the South, and they offer some great photo opportunities for vintage pictures.
We like to vary our outfits to fit the era that the cars come from.  Here we are the early 1900’s, and below we are into the 1940’s and 1950s.
Doesn’t this happy couple look like they are heading for their honeymoon in this fancy new car?  And at the right, they are showing their patriotism by holding up the 1940 American flag.  One more check of her makeup in the mirror, and then reading all about the end of WWII in then newspaper.
Who became the 50th state Hawaii or Alaska? And did both become a state on the same day? Do you know the answers?
Answer  Under box 50th Hawaii  Alaska January 3, 1959 Hawaii August 21, 1959
VintageDapper
© VintageDapperDay.com 2016,2017

Vintage

Dapper Photos

Just a few photo’s from

Dapper Day.

The paparazzi are always chasing the famous.  Here one photographer waves to his co-worker.

 Look out for the news hounds!

This star doesn’t look too opposed to the press stalking her.  And the couple below have some sort of modern gadget to record their story for that newspaper man.

 Jason - This guy travels the world

Jason is one guy you just have to meet. He has great stories that will not bore you.  He has traveled the world and I am not kidding.  He just flies to Europe and the jumps on a train the stays at hostle for the night. He loves to meet people and just have fun. The other thing about Jason is we first saw him on Dapper Day October 3, 2015 and he was dancing with some girls that I thought he knew. Come to find out he did not know them but taught them to dance that day.  They were moving to the music on Sunset Blvd. that was coming from speakers that Disney was playing. I was just about to get some video when they stopped.  I went over to Jason {just like an old guy would} and told him how I enjoyed the dancing and how good he was.  If you like to swing dance or other dancing, talk to Jason. Most of all, if you plan to take a trip I am sure he has been there. Thanks, Jason for being our friend.  We love the stories.

  This couple just got engaged today.

The reporter is getting the scoop on the Hollywood story. This director was the first to own one of the Tucker cars.  Only 50 were ever made. He also had to testify at the Congressional hearings.  

Swing dancers and 1920’s

The swing dancers from the 1940’s and 1950’s have joined the flappers from the 1920’s for a magical photo in front of an exotic castle. How the styles vary from one decade to another.  There’s even a futuristic girl with bright red hair and a parasol!  

Dapper Day November 12, 2016

Dapper Day at Epcot was a little different this year. Epcot is big we did not get to see some of the old faces. It also was the last day of the food and wine festival. The weather was great and we still had a good time.

Dapper Day, See the link to

all of our Dapper Days on the

main page.

We were in Branson, Missouri when we came upon this little old motel. It had the metal table and chairs with a little office for check in. You never know what you will find when on a trip.
Branson, Missouri and the Branson Scenic Railway We took this train ride on Mother’s day the last time we were in Branson. The food was great and so was the service. We had a great view and you could go up to the observation  car to get a better view. It was just like in the 1940’s.
Motels and car shows. We look around us all the time for old buildings and for car shows. So much fun and people around us are funny to watch. They have two ways to look at you. They love it and ask questions. We also invite people to join us. The others just walk by and I have no clue what they are really thinking. But you will get some looks that are so funny.  Often they will pass us and then look back over their shoulder to take another look.
Branson is full of tributes to the past, and especially to the military history of America.  This bronze statue is fairly new, and very true to life in its depiction of soldiers giving their all to keep our freedom.
Old motels are abundant here in the South, and they offer some great photo opportunities for vintage pictures.
We like to vary our outfits to fit the era that the cars come from.  Here we are the early 1900’s, and below we are into the 1940’s and 1950s.
Doesn’t this happy couple look like they are heading for their honeymoon in this fancy new car?   They are showing their patriotism by holding up the 1940 American flag.  One more check of her makeup in the mirror, and then reading all about the end of WWII in then newspaper.
Who became the 50th state Hawaii or Alaska? And did both become a state on the same day? Do you know the answers?
Answer  Under box 50th Alaska  Alaska January 3, 1959 Hawaii August 21, 1959