FRAMES: From The Archives Friday: 1977- A monkey, hospital contsruction a culvert rescue and more

All kinds of randomness from a 1977 box of negatives in this From the Archive Friday installment.

May 19, 1977 Hospital Tour Bremerton Sun
May 19, 1977
Hospital Tour
Bremerton Sun
June 17, 1977 Navy Hospital Bremerton Sun
June 17, 1977
Navy Hospital
Bremerton Sun
August 23, 1977 Organ Grinder and Monkey Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
August 23, 1977
Organ Grinder and Monkey
Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
May 23, 1977 Culvert Resue Bremerton Sun
May 23, 1977
Culvert Rescue
Bremerton Sun
May 23, 1977 Culvert Resue Bremerton Sun
May 23, 1977
Culvert Rescue
Bremerton Sun
May 3, 177 Wheaton Way Work Begins Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
May 3, 177
Wheaton Way Work Begins
Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
August 29, 1977 Foot Race Bremerton Sun
August 29, 1977
Foot Race
Bremerton Sun
June 26, 1977 Navy Housing Bremerton Sun
June 26, 1977
Navy Housing
Bremerton Sun
June 21, 1977 Freeway Accident Bremerton Sun
June 21, 1977
Freeway Accident
Bremerton Sun
May 21, 1977 Parachute Jump Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
May 21, 1977
Parachute Jump
Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
May 6, 1977 City Parking Garage Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
May 6, 1977
City Parking Garage
Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
May 6, 1977 City Parking Garage Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
May 6, 1977
City Parking Garage
Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
June 8, 1977 Painting Missouri Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun
June 8, 1977
Painting Missouri
Cliff McNair Jr. / Bremerton Sun

2 thoughts on “FRAMES: From The Archives Friday: 1977- A monkey, hospital contsruction a culvert rescue and more

  1. That is a nice close up of the ‘MO’s bow.

    Love the old pics. Makes you think about that era of when times seemed a lot simpler and fun. Especially the 2 girls giving each other a bike pump and probably having the times of their life just playing and enjoying the outdoor life of a time when it used to be so hard to get kids to come in the house from playing. I bet those girls were no different than when I grew up and the only time we came in was to grab a bite and when it got completely dark, only to go to bed and wake up the next morning and do it all over again.

  2. That is a nice close up of the ‘MO’s bow.

    Love the old pics. Makes you think about that era of when times seemed a lot simpler and fun. Especially the 2 girls giving each other a bike pump and probably having the times of their life just playing and enjoying the outdoor life of a time when it used to be so hard to get kids to come in the house from playing. I bet those girls were no different than when I grew up and the only time we came in was to grab a bite and when it got completely dark, only to go to bed and wake up the next morning and do it all over again.

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