This Sunday is Fathers Day so I thought I would share with you some vintage images of fathers from the 1930s-1950s. Happy Fathers Day to all the dads out there!

Play time with dad!

Lovely family photograph with a little girl and her daddy, circa 1940's/1950's
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Dad with his boys circa 1940s.

1940s vintage photo of father with kids
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A grouping of fathers!

vintage images of fathers 1920s 1930s
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1950s dad with all of his cute adorable kids. The father’s emerging smirk on his face makes me giggle.

1950s vintage image of father with children
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Gail and Bill-1940s. Ahhhh what a cute photo!

1940s vintage photo of father with kids
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Say Hello to the Chickens.

1940s vintage photo of father with kids
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Proud Papa.

1940s vintage photo of father with kids
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The pure JOY on the faces of this father with his kids in this 1950s image is just wonderful. They must have been having such a fun time together.

1950s father with children
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Night on the town with dad.

1940s vintage photo of father with kids
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Taking in the beauty of the countryside together.

1940s vintage photo of father with kids
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They grow up so fast.

1940s father with his daughter
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Lastly here is my Dad at VIVA a couple of years ago (along with my mom and one my best friends). Happy Fathers Day dad!

Viva las vegas rockabilly weekend

Liz 🙂

7 comments on “Fathers Day thru the Eyes of Vintage Images”

  1. Aww that photo with your Dad is lovely, as are all the vintage images. Some of my favourite family photos are the ones of my mum and her father.

  2. Aw, what a lovely set of photos and I love the one of you with your dad. I probably won’t get to see mine this weekend as my brother has decided (without telling anyone else!) that he’s taking my dad out. Don’t get me started on that one! 🙂 xx

  3. this is a great post! My dad passed 4 years ago he was a big influence on me and his love of old movies introduced me to vintage. I didn’t really wear vintage full time until after he passed its one way I honor his memory

    • Sorry for you loss 🙁 But I love hearing that you are honouring your dad thru your vintage clothes, that you wear everyday. What an amazing way to always have his memory close to you.

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