My Daguerreotype Boyfriend

Where early photography meets extreme hotness

Do submit your hot photographs

From the submitter, Nancy Tompkins:
"My grandfather, Roy Harold Funkhouser, in about 1922 at Iowa State University. He was married for 65 years, had two children and four grandchildren and lived a long happy life and died at 96, still a handsome man."
Well done, boyfriend.

From the submitter, Nancy Tompkins:

"My grandfather, Roy Harold Funkhouser, in about 1922 at Iowa State University. He was married for 65 years, had two children and four grandchildren and lived a long happy life and died at 96, still a handsome man."

Well done, boyfriend.

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    What a handsome, handsome man. And woo, Iowan!
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