Summer in February, pt. III

Summer in February, pt. III

Taken at Tybee Beach, in Georgia, c.1924: Two lifeguards posing with five beach-goers and their car.

Source: [Library of Congress LC-USZ62-34879]

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2 Responses to Summer in February, pt. III

  1. Gypsy Bev says:

    I am surprised the swimsuits were that revealing back in 1924. Looked like they were having fun.

    • I thought the same thing! And that was what the suits looked like dry! Since nylon and spandex weren’t invented yet, one can only imagine how clingy, see-through and revealing they’d get once you went swimming!

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