These were taken during the 1960's (my brother's from the 50's). They are from the automatic photo booth that was located in the basement of the F. W. Woolworth store in Greensboro, North Carolina. This is the same Woolworth of the famous civil rights sit-ins. The location is no longer a store but an International Civil Rights Center and Museum.
When I was a child, we commonly went downtown on Saturdays for lunch, shopping, and a movie. My brother and I would always try to go to the Woolworth photo booth for our strip of pictures for 25 cents. There must be dozens of these strips around somewhere, but these are the only three I've found so far. If someone else was in the booth, it was common to quietly stick your hand through the curtain and try to do bunny ears (or the bird) over the person's head.
Instant photos weren't very common back then, so the machine was a rather popular sensation. I remember hearing it clank and bang inside as it developed the pictures. After a few minutes, your damp strip of pics would slide out the slot. The strips always smelled good to a kid (processing chemicals). :devil:
My brother and I are in the pictures below. I won't say who is who. 😀