WWII G.I Waiting at Bus Stop With His Girlfriend to Go Off to Fight the War

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According to his granddaughter, he returned home.

“The sassy woman in the saddle shoes is my grandma Lois.” Lisa Warninger, who submitted the photo to The Sartorialist, said. “This photograph was probably taken in the 1940s in Yakima, Washington. Lois always spoke her mind and was sharp as a whip.”

A fantastic photo! The pose, the crooked smile, the two-tone shoes, the haltered crop top. She does indeed look like a sharp woman who speaks her mind. The ice cream sign behind them is great too! (The Giant Killer was a sundae with multiple scoops of ice cream, from between 8 and 16. It was covered with bananas, hot fudge, caramel, pineapple, nuts marshmallow topping, cherries, and whipped cream.)

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