Lori and Me – Part 8

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Donna and Lori – 1972

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Lori and Cheryl – 1972

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Lori and Cheryl – 1972

This is the penultimate installment in the Lori and Me series. As we get closer to the end, I am getting more and more confused about how to group the photos. The top four of Donna and Lori were taken on the same day as the first strip shown in Part 7. However, they are from a different booth that produced miniature, stamp sized photos. Each of the above photos is dated 1972, so I decided to group them with other miniatures of Donna’s friends.

I have enlarged the last picture of Lori and Cheryl to help you to see the detail of Cheryls extraordinary eyeshadow. Although it looks white in the pictures, I imagine that being the 1970s, it would have been a very pale green or pale blue. I think it looks very cool.

Donna is photographed with many boyfriends and girlfriends over a period of 4 years from 1969 to 1973 in this series of photobooth photos. It has been a long time since I started these posts, so if you’d like to review the previous photos, please click here.

5 comments
  1. Well we always thought Donna was Lori. Nice to see more of Lori. That Cheryl is a bad influence on Donna, that’s easy to see. The eye shadow is interesting… I’ll bet they were fun girls. I always liked Donna the best of all the kids. The top 4 photos are pretty funny in that they didn’t change the pose much. Just tiny movements tell a difference.

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    • Some of the pics are less wonderful than others, but still they tell part of a bigger story, so they get blogged. Glad you are enjoying the series Ted. My next one will be of a femme fatale of great style and beauty. My scanner is now working, so the sky is the limit!

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  2. Ros said:

    Your insightful comments and attention to detail in “reading” these photos are very interesting. Keep up the great blogging. There could be a book in this one day!

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