8 Vintage Men Photos
Today we have a delightful collection of Vintage Men Photos! Well, what do we have here? It’s a bunch of men! Right here on The Graphics Fairy. Who would’ve thought! Okay, I confess I don’t post a lot of men here, but no doubt if they wore fancy dresses and fabulous hats I would! Anyway, with Father’s Day coming up and all, I thought it was time to post some strikingly handsome gentlemen. See Dapper Victorian Men, Silly Pierrot Clowns, and even a Flying Man! Just the right images for a Father’s day card or Birthday card for Dad. Wouldn’t they be fun for a Masculine Junk Journal project?
Vintage Men Photos
Pictured above is a Vintage Photo of some sharp dressed young Men! Featured are three dandy looking Men, with each wearing a three piece Suit and Hat. The gentleman that’s seated is holding a cane. I wish I could tell you something about them, but I don’t have any info at all about this photo. I’m not sure if they are related, or just friends.
This is a nice old photo of a Victorian man dressed in his finest suit and button top shoes. He’s sitting in a wonderful ornate antique chair. He has the look of confidence to me for some reason. I suppose it is his dapper appearance!
This is an old Photograph of a young man with an abundance of eyebrow hair! One of my readers told me that at one time this was considered fashionable. A little unusual by today’s standards, but still a handsome young man! He’s wearing a wedding band on his hand, but no sign of his wife in this photo anyway.
This Old Photo shows a Handsome Man, he is smartly dressed in his striped Suit and Tie. This one was found this at the bottom of a box of photos that I acquired at an Auction in Pennsylvania. I don’t have any information about him, except that this dates to 1925, and there is some handwriting on the back that says “John to Uncle.” Perhaps he is John, and gave the photo to his Uncle as a gift.
Humorous Antique Images of Men
Taken between 1910 and 1920 is a photo from one of the most amazing antique photo albums, that I purchased years ago near Harrisburg, PA. This adorable picture of two men, one very tall and one very short, was among those photos. Wouldn’t this make a really fun friendship card?!!!
Submitted by one of my very kind readers, this one shows a happy man playing his violin with a smile on his face. this amazing antique photo was The photo makes me think of Fiddler on the Roof. He even looks as though he could be standing on a roof or a ledge of some type. Thank you Deana, for sharing this with all of us!
Featured above is an interesting Vintage Photo of a Jockey! I thought this was a somewhat unusual find! The young Man is all dressed in his Jockey Outfit and appears to be ready to ride! He has quite a serious look on his face, as if seriously focused on the task ahead. I love the sepia tones on these old photos, and I think the background scene on this one is really fun as well.
Fun Quirky Men Pictures
This is such a quirky fun Postcard! This old French Card shows a street scene with a Man Flying above with an Umbrella! Sort of like a Mr. Poppins! Included is a second image with just the Man, since I thought it would be so fun to Collage or Photoshop him into all kinds of scenes. Too fun!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Vintage Men Photos!! You might also like the 75+ Images in our Men Archives HERE or the Over 110 Images in our Old Photos Archives HERE!
I enjoyed looking at these men in old photos but didn’t see any of farmers. There would have been so many farmers around that time. I have many farmer pictures as both sides Of my family came from farms. I would be happy to send you some copies
Thanks so much Elaine, that is very kind of you but I am not in need of anything right now but really appreciate your kind offer. Have a wonderful weeken!
You are so welcome Angela!
Katy Widdop says
Fascinating, thanks, Karen.
The “Lytton Pierrot Party” would most likely be a company of seaside entertainers who worked in the small theatres on the piers, common in Britain before the Second World War – like the troupe in J.B. Priestley’s famous novel, “The Good Companions.” Quite a thrill to see what they would actually have looked like!
Oh thanks so much for that information Katy, so fun to imagine them!!
Maxine D says
Thanks Karen – these are wonderful images
Thanks so much Maxine, please stay safe as well 🙂