Cracked open a box of 1983 negatives from one of the many shelves of archival images here at the Sun office. Here is the first batch of what will be many scans…
A few images found:
- SK bed races.
- Demolition of Roosevelt Field- which I had no idea stood so very close to Warren Ave. Also take note of how the bulldozer is just pulling the last of the stadium in on itself with cables.
- Milk carton boat races…seriously there seems to have been a whole lot of fun events going on back in the day in this county!
- A portrait of a girl leaping on the steps of Bremerton Jr. High simply titled “girl who named middle school”.
- 80’s fashion shoots!
- A woman getting the chance to dance with and then getting hugged by American blues and rock musician Elvin Bishop.
- Poulsbo Summerfest
***Remember, the only information I have on these images is what is written on the negative sleeve which is then typed in beneath the photos seen below.
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***I also feel the need to put small plea on this post because of some slightly unscrupulous re-postings – if you are going to share these photos around social media and what not (which is totally fine) PLEASE credit the Kitsap Sun. These are our old but still copyrighted images and it is important to note that they are credited to us. ***