A good looking couple.
The young lady is holding a white box of some sort, her handbag is under her arm and her fur coat is over her arm. She is ready to go someplace.
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Scenes like these were common during the war. Not so common nowadays.
A happy woman with a proud, probably higher-ranking officer. War time pictures can speak so much, filled with such contradictions of what happens on and off the field of battle.
Aren't they a dashing looking couple. Doesn't that beat the jeans and t-shirts of today? I like the more formal attire of yesterday. Even from my yesterday.
It's a shame he isn't turned a tad more so we could see his rank insignia. :)I'm glad wearing jacket and tie went out of "daily" fashion - but the slummy look is taking casual too far!
I thought I had replied to this yesterday. My guess is the box is a corsage box. My dad used to bring home a corsage for my mom the day of a big convention dinner. Gardenias usually.
This photo and others were mailed today, October 15 2015 to Allen in Minneapolis MN a relative of Eugene Lilienthal
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