Found photo of a person wearing some sort of over-the-top costume. The second scan is of the picture after I cleaned it off.  Found photo of a person wearing some sort of over-the-top costume. The second scan is of the picture after I cleaned it off. 

Found photo of a person wearing some sort of over-the-top costume. The second scan is of the picture after I cleaned it off. 

Photo and letter from a prisoner in jail for bank robbery, found in a post office trash can in Atlanta in the mid-1990s. Photo and letter from a prisoner in jail for bank robbery, found in a post office trash can in Atlanta in the mid-1990s. Photo and letter from a prisoner in jail for bank robbery, found in a post office trash can in Atlanta in the mid-1990s. Photo and letter from a prisoner in jail for bank robbery, found in a post office trash can in Atlanta in the mid-1990s. Photo and letter from a prisoner in jail for bank robbery, found in a post office trash can in Atlanta in the mid-1990s.

Photo and letter from a prisoner in jail for bank robbery, found in a post office trash can in Atlanta in the mid-1990s.

Some photographs and other stuff found in the trash in Decatur, Georgia. Some photographs and other stuff found in the trash in Decatur, Georgia. Some photographs and other stuff found in the trash in Decatur, Georgia. Some photographs and other stuff found in the trash in Decatur, Georgia. Some photographs and other stuff found in the trash in Decatur, Georgia. Some photographs and other stuff found in the trash in Decatur, Georgia. Some photographs and other stuff found in the trash in Decatur, Georgia. Some photographs and other stuff found in the trash in Decatur, Georgia. Some photographs and other stuff found in the trash in Decatur, Georgia.
A few more photos found in the trash and associated with Methodist minister Lucius W. Hope—they go with the photos featured in this post from a couple of weeks ago. The second picture is printed on a post card, not sure if it’s a random individual or someone famous. Regarding the last photo, taken in the late 1960s or early 1970s, it’s interesting to note that the Marine Corps. was the last branch of the U.S. Armed Services to desegregate—African Americans were prohibited from joining the Marines until 1942. A few more photos found in the trash and associated with Methodist minister Lucius W. Hope—they go with the photos featured in this post from a couple of weeks ago. The second picture is printed on a post card, not sure if it’s a random individual or someone famous. Regarding the last photo, taken in the late 1960s or early 1970s, it’s interesting to note that the Marine Corps. was the last branch of the U.S. Armed Services to desegregate—African Americans were prohibited from joining the Marines until 1942. A few more photos found in the trash and associated with Methodist minister Lucius W. Hope—they go with the photos featured in this post from a couple of weeks ago. The second picture is printed on a post card, not sure if it’s a random individual or someone famous. Regarding the last photo, taken in the late 1960s or early 1970s, it’s interesting to note that the Marine Corps. was the last branch of the U.S. Armed Services to desegregate—African Americans were prohibited from joining the Marines until 1942. A few more photos found in the trash and associated with Methodist minister Lucius W. Hope—they go with the photos featured in this post from a couple of weeks ago. The second picture is printed on a post card, not sure if it’s a random individual or someone famous. Regarding the last photo, taken in the late 1960s or early 1970s, it’s interesting to note that the Marine Corps. was the last branch of the U.S. Armed Services to desegregate—African Americans were prohibited from joining the Marines until 1942.

A few more photos found in the trash and associated with Methodist minister Lucius W. Hope—they go with the photos featured in this post from a couple of weeks ago. The second picture is printed on a post card, not sure if it’s a random individual or someone famous. Regarding the last photo, taken in the late 1960s or early 1970s, it’s interesting to note that the Marine Corps. was the last branch of the U.S. Armed Services to desegregate—African Americans were prohibited from joining the Marines until 1942.

Old black and white photo of a farmer or truck driver posing in front of a truck which seems to be loaded down with bales of cotton. There are advertising placards for “Arcadian: the American Nitrate of Soda,” which was used to fertilize cotton and other crops.

Polaroid found somewhere around Atlanta, looks like there might be a card game in process…

An old photo of two kids on a dock, with a boat made by the Dravo Corporation behind them.

Old polaroid from the 1970s or 1980s, looks like it might have been taken on Halloween.