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Originally Posted by ek77 View Post

why just don´t believe that it is original???

The natural caution of someone close to the publishing business who has been involved in copyright and authenticity wrangles.
post #12962 of 18766
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Originally Posted by elwood View Post

MoM, you do have a point that captions can be misleading - this one on Getty site is "Scooter Boy" ...


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I just chucked that pic of Dick Emery in for free, by the way - nothing to do with the discussion about the 1970 pic.
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Originally Posted by Gsvs5 View Post

One of the original Mile End lot I believe.
 
A skinhead at 8yrs old.
 
 

http://www.black-scale.com/?p=6565

Thanks for posting Gsvs5.Cool short.

post #12964 of 18766
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Originally Posted by elwood View Post

English League Division One match at Maine Road
Manchester City 1 v Leeds United 2.
Police arrest troublemakers in the crowd
November 1969






Interesting pics, ek77. Illustrates how little segregation of opposing fans there was at that time. Looks to me that this was old Scoreboard End at Maine Road. Clear from 3rd pic that it was a City fan being ejected (scarf colours) but you can see that scarves hung over wall at front of terrace in pic 1 were Leeds - so both sets of fans in same section, which is probably how "disturbance" came about.

One other thought, his crop was pretty short - looks like no.2 or even no.1 to me. Any thoughts from anyone else about this at that time in North (roytonboy or Ed Vaughan)?
Yes, mate.

Only once, did I ever have mine that short, and that was when a barber I used, not my usual guy, buggered-up my razor parting - it looked like I'd been hit with an axe - so I told him to take the lot off.

I won't labour it as I've mentioned it further back on site, that it had me excluded from school for a week and made me a bit of 'chap'... briefly. happy.gif

Too short for my liking, but that's OMHO.

Re, segregation: I used to go with United onto the Kippax - but it was huge. nod[1].gif

WHU could be a bugger, as could most big London clubs, Smelland Road, too... but we were all young and daft.

Went onto the Gladys at Everton, but never the Kop. Not 'cos we were scared (I was) but because Liverpool Plod, particularly at Anfield, took no prisoners.

Happy days!!! satisfied.gif
Edited by Ed Vaughan - 6/15/13 at 3:11am
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My brother, aged 11/12 - 1970.

He will have been wearing monkey boots, unfortunately not in the shot. (Edit: the hand with the wedding band is not his, BTW!!!) happy.gif Bad cropping.



I'm trying to find the time to transfer slides to the mac as I know I have some old family pics from the period - bear with me.

Also trying to get an ex-gf to get her dad's pic collection for me to see as I know he took loads of her and i back in the day - wish he'd hurry up and peg-out. (He never liked me - and (apparently) still doesn't.) icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Gsvs5 View Post

One of the original Mile End lot I believe.
 
A skinhead at 8yrs old.
 
 

http://www.black-scale.com/?p=6565

 

Jella was much later, hes on here, bottom of phot0, centre, at Cass march, early 80s

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=47687637502&set=a.8413987502.17264.606537502&type=3&theater


Edited by TomMc666 - 6/15/13 at 5:42am
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Originally Posted by cerneabbas View Post

Gsvs5. The last picture made me realise how much fatter people are ( generally ) than we were "back in the day", i remember going into Austins in Bristol for sta prest and the smaller waist sizes were either sold out or only the less popular colours left.I remember my tonics were too big and i had to have darts sewn in them so they would stay up. I can only ever remember a very few fat people then,fat women were a joke for seaside postcards,i can honestly say that i only remember one fat person ( a woman) in our street.The diet was not the same as now and we were all much more physically active.I have to go to the gym and go for runs now to keep my weight down,i think that "our styles" look better on slimmer blokes and girls.

More people eating fast food and the general trend towards wearing clothes that are so fitted to the point of looking too small I think.The boneheads in particular did this to the skinhead style and fucked it up.

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Originally Posted by TomMc666 View Post
Jella was much later, hes on here, bottom of phot0, centre, at Cass march, early 80s

Thanks Tom, i just wrongly assumed he was about the same age as me (mid 50's) by the state of him now.I guess that is the toll that years of abuse and a poor health will burden you with.

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Originally Posted by Man-of-Mystery View Post

The natural caution of someone close to the publishing business who has been involved in copyright and authenticity wrangles.

but were you ever so disbelieving when other new old pics turned up on here?? usally you just ask who has the owner rights.. wink.gif
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Ed Vaughan, I read the article and no mention of "us", but why ?. Maybe because the general public ( and history ? ) just think of us as big boots,jeans and braces. Lets face it even on this thread about 200 pages of posts seem to be about Dr Martens,so much so that they could have had their own thread ?. The smarter side of "our" style just doesent seem to be interesting to a lot of the people who were not around "back in the day ",whereas us older blokes seem more interested in the smarter clothes ( like we were then).
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From a book called "rights", the north I presume as i spot a pair of driving gloves.
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post #12973 of 18766
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Originally Posted by ek77 View Post

but were you ever so disbelieving when other new old pics turned up on here?? usally you just ask who has the owner rights.. wink.gif

Depended on various factors.
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Chris Killip, Youth on Wall, Jarrow, Tyneside, 1976
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Originally Posted by loempiavreter View Post

From a book called "rights", the north I presume as i spot a pair of driving gloves.

Probably a drug swoop at the Wheel!
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