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20th century snapshots capture people proudly showing off their vinyl records

20th century snapshots capture people proudly showing off their vinyl records
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Image: Collection of Robert E. Jackson

These everyday snapshots, assembled from a variety of sources by collector Robert E. Jackson, capture people throughout the 20th century proudly posing with vinyl records.

Jackson, who has amassed more than 12,000 pieces of vernacular photo ephemera over two decades, often finds recurring patterns and motifs among the images, from displays of patriotism to goofy photo-manipulated decapitations.

These faded prints and Polaroids recall a time when a new record was a physical work of art to be admired and cherished.

Image: Collection of Robert E. Jackson

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