My great grandfather, a popeye impersonator. 1930s.
My dad with David Bowie in a vacation in Greece. 1988.
Terry Crews and his classmate, voted Most Likely to Succeed in his yearbook (1986)
My Uncle Billy just turned 90, so here’s him on his boat during the early 80’s
My deaf father, hugging a speaker to his chest to feel the vibrations of music. Early 1970s.
1967-2018 same bike, same couple
My Mama circa '83. This explains why I'm the uncoolest person ever, cos she took it all! Oh and that bike? She built it.
Jane with her first car, Cardiff, Wales, 1968
The Paramount Pictures logo on the day it was originally painted. 
My grandfather always disliked his white strand of hair because as a kid he was teased for it. But I always thought it looked really cool. (1950's)
A 1934 staged photo by photographer A.L. Whitey Schafer, mocking the Hays movie censorship Code by violating as many of its rules as possible in a single image.
My grandma always used to tell us about this kid that would sing at the resort on her vacations in Hawaii. Turns out that kid was Bruno Mars. 1990
In 1991, my Alabama school photo featured me bursting through a paper wall, on a skateboard with no back wheel, sporting what some might call a mullet.
A punk, a “rude boy” and a skinhead hanging out together in England c. 1980.
My photographer Father set the timer perfectly for his proposal to my Mother, 1979
Eddie Murphy at the premiere of Purple Rain, 1984.
Friend showed me a picture of her parents in the 80's...and it is truly PURE 80's.
80's Sigourney Weaver
Before he was Morpheus, he was Cowboy Curtis on Pee-Wee’s Playhouse. 1986.
Rick Moranis, the supreme leader of the 1980s cool geeks
I Reached The Peak Of My Coolness In 1991
Night Fishing in Hawaii, 1948
Matt Stone and Trey Parker in China - 1990s
1950's She sure was ahead of her times.
My dad (left) looking like a young Luke Skywalker, Chile, 1977.
French woman pouring tea for a British soldier fighting in Normandy 1944
My son and I in the early 90s. We couldn‘t afford a camera, so we periodically went into a photobooth.
Rolling to Work, 1940's.
In 2012 I came home one day with a new motorcycle, nobody in my family was happy about it except for my Nonna which was suprising. Not long after she dug up this picture of her in Italy shortly after ww2.
My grandmother was a code girl during WWII. It was her best kept secret until 2017.
My Friends and I waiting for the School Bus in '89
The Great North Dakota Blizzard of 1966
My grandma just showed me this photo. It’s her wedding day in 1970.
My dad and friends look like the cast of Stranger Things (1982)
I was not a popular child. 1995.
Talking with my mom about Ozark and she told me she went skiing with Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) back on New Year’s Day 1987
Pink Floyd plays in Venice 1989
Me and the homies before going to see Straight Outta Compton. The tour, not the movie. Circa 1989
American soldiers on their way home from World War II, 1945.
My weight lifter great grandpa holding my grandpa over his head - 1947
My dad on this day 49 years ago, waking up after getting hit in the head with a croquet mallet to find out he was unconscious through the whole moon landing
Inspired by others I saw so I though I'd share my early 90's family photo
How about something other than celebrities and parents? LA, ca. 1980
Franceska Mann, arrived at Auschwitz in 1943, when ordered to strip, she did so provocatively, distracting the guards. She grabbed the roll call officers gun and shot him dead, then wounded one more before other prisoners joined her rebellion, before all being shot dead, 1940's
In 1938, L.A. Kindergarten teacher Helen Hulick went to jail for wearing pants in a courtroom. She was a witness scheduled to testify against two men. When she arrived in slacks, her testimony was rescheduled; the Judge ordered her to go home and return in a dress. She refused, noting inequality.
Dolly Parton, 1960s
My polish grandpa before and after WWII. It is supposed to be 7 years between the pictures according to my mother. He survived concentration camp and had an ID-tattoo. Never wanted to talk about which one. Something about his eyes tell me more than any history book ever could. Wanted to share.
My dad when he first immigrated to NYC in 1986.
When Albert Einstein met Charlie Chaplin in 1931, Einstein said, “What I admire most about your art is its universality. You do not say a word, and yet the world understands you. “It's true.” Replied Chaplin, But your fame is even greater. The world admires you, when no one understands you.
George Carlin being arrested after performing the controversial routine Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television May 27th 1972
Kids dressed for Halloween on a school bus. 1980s.
My dad vs me. 1984 vs 2018. Chichen Itza.
Rare picture of Marvin before his accident back in 1994
Back in the 80’s my in laws won a contest from collecting milk caps and got a visit from Ernest P. Worrell as the prize!
My stepdad did the all the flight rigging for Jamie Lee Curtis in True Lies. He's 70 this year and going strong as an ox. This is him with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis.
My grandpa worked as a park ranger in Yellowstone, where he took this photo of The Three Stooges when they visited. 1969.
A boy and his rooster, Columbia, South Carolina, early 1920s
If you look closely you'll just be able to make out Shaq in his 1989 high school basketball team photo.
Courtney Cox in the 80s
Jonas Salk didn’t patent his 1955 polio vaccine so that it would be affordable for all people. As a result, he lost an estimated 7 billion dollars. Saying in an interview: “There is no patent. Could you patent the sun?”
Colorized by me: Albert Einstein teaching at Lincoln, the United State's first Historical Black University, 1946
Here’s the “8th Wonder of the World” André the Giant, goofing around with his best friend (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s 315lb grandfather), High Chief Peter Maivia. - 1970’s
NYC subway on New Year's Eve (1966)
Net fix and chill in 1900
Nobody believed them! (Circa 1963)
Hotdog stand, New York, 1963
My dad never talked about his childhood, but this picture of him gives me hope it wasn’t all bad. Lake Michigan beach,1950’s.
My great grandfather - 1911
Visual change due to Vietnam in my dad. 1968-1972
Cat in the trenches, 1940s.
Late night phone calls at the womens' dorm (1970)
Hazel Scott playing two pianos in 1943.
My mom in ‘78, Glendale, CA. Newly immigrated from Japan and working her butt off -but still managed to save up and buy this Chevy Impala for $500, from a little old lady who only drove it to and from church. I love her!!
My grandparents being a controversial Caucasian and Hispanic couple in the early 1950s
The inventor of the super soaker c. early 1980s
LAPD officers dressed up as women to go undercover to catch a purse-snatcher 1960.
Leonard Nimoy The makeup folks put ears on my son Adam to surprise me. A precious moment while shooting the original series 1960s
My aunt and my mom being told that my grandma was pregnant (1955)
Terry crews 1986 most likely to succeed
My uncle getting caught growing weed in the backyard. Circa 1970s.
Shoe shine boys listen to Civil War veteran tell his war stories, 1920s
My dad (front) in Vietnam in 1971. Didn’t know this photo existed until I came across it randomly on the internet. He cried when he saw it. Hope this is the right place to post it.
The Undertaker and his grandma - 1990s
1950s Necklines - Colorized by me
The creation of the recycling logo by G. Anderson, 23 at the time. 
My Dad 1969 Bronx, NY. Speaking against the Vietnam War. He became an Anthropologist/Archeologist, was taken hostage on 2 separate digs, saw a man trampled by water buffalo, crawled into a leopard den for ancient pottery and so much more. He was my own Indiana Jones.
My dads first day on the job, 1987
Two children posing as Mt St Helens erupted behind them. May 18 1980
My parents recreated their honeymoon picture 40 years later.
These students were suspended for protesting the Vietnam War. They brought it all the way to the supreme court and won. (1968)
Me, North Pole 1992
Friend of mine told me to post here. Me in the mid 80's.
I was one of the first female UPS drivers in Maryland 1977
Bride leaving her recently bombed home to get married, London, Nov 4 1940
Wilt, Arnold and Andre, 1983
Peter Dinklage when he was a singer in the punk/funk band Whizzy early 1990's
My auntie graduating from Cal Berkeley In 1952. My grandmother walked from Sierra Mojada, Mexico to the US. She didn’t have an education of any kind but all 7 of her daughters graduated college and most of them got advanced degrees.
My grandparents back in 1957 when inter-racial marriage was illegal
Leaving a bad review in the 1920s
Tim Curry in Legend, 1985
Discovery of the Statue of Antinous at Delphi in 1894
George Lucas before CGI, 1984
My dad’s self-portrait, circa 1980
Today is Hedy Lamarr's birthday (would've been 103). Became a movie star, got bored, then got into science. Helped the Allies during WWII, developing spread spectrum/frequency-hopping technology. Her work created basis of modern Wi-Fi & Bluetooth. (1940)
The first love. Photo of my mother took by my father in the late 70s.
A Scandinavian Stewardess examines a new uniform proposal for Scandinavian Airlines in 1964. It was not approved.
Lost in the moment at a school dance, 1950’s
The Baranton Sisters foot juggling, 1969
Somewhere between Apocalypse Now and The Matrix, don't forget Laurence Fishburne was Cowboy Curtis on Pee Wee's Playhouse in the 80s
(1989) Me, age 4, so stoked for a Ghostbusters toy from my mom that I went full derp.
My grandma and grandpa dressing up as each other in the 1940’s
Winona Ryder recreated her outfit from 1991
London, 1949 (this is not a colorization)