For those who might have missed the first two installments (here & here), I’ve been posting photos from an album of my father’s that I inherited. He took most of the photos in the album, tho as you’ll see this time around, some snapshots are of him, & were taken by others.
In 1938 & apparently some in 1939, my father worked as a cook at a Howard Johnson’s in Bourne, Massachusetts. If you’re not familiar with that area, Bourne is on Cape Cod, not far from Buzzard’s Bay. This installment, & at least the one after, will focus on photographs taken on Cape Code in 1938 & 1939.
Hope you enjoy—the captions with the photos are my father’s, taken from the album. He titled the whole section: "Remember Bourne: The Summer of 1938 as a Screwball"
The shack a.m. most any day
Our Backyard Roses- "Swell"
Gene & Tommy
Some Stuff [my father in his cook's attire]
Soda Jerker on Parade
Helen & Eleanor & Me
Betty - Pastry - Bourne '38