The Era of Big Hair

Linda McGregor c 1964Remember the Era of Big Hair? This negative sleeve had a number of different assignments in it, along with a cryptic “Linda M.” After consulting with the Central High School yearbook and Wife Lila, I’m going to guess it’s Linda McGregor, who was a sophomore in the 1965 Girardot.

This must have been some kind of sporting event because both girls have Tiger emblems.

Tomfoolery?

Linda McGregor c 1964The woman at the left doesn’t seem to approve of whatever hijinks and tomfoolery are going on.

Mystery girl

Girl c 1964 5I was willing to take a stab at Linda, but I don’t have a clue who her friend is. Anyone? Click on the photos to make them larger if that helps.

You’d think a photographer would have a ready-made excuse to collect names and phone numbers from cute girls, but my level of social self-ineptitude kept me from obtaining that information for personal use, and I didn’t bother to ID anyone who wasn’t going to make me five bucks in the paper.

 

8 Replies to “The Era of Big Hair”

  1. I never was a ‘Big Hair’ fan but I was a Linda McGregor fan. Thanks for the memories. (Could you hear Bob Hope sing that?)

  2. There’s a lot of Big Hair alive and well up here in North Georgia and it’s still pretty on the younger women.

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