Auld Lang Syne: Welcoming 2014 with 25 Vintage New Year Photos

Bettman-Corbis Vintage NYE Photograph New Year's Eve Celebration in New York City's Bowery 1936While many may have taken up a chorus of Auld Lang Syne as the clock struck midnight on the new year, few likely knew the meaning of the words first put to paper by Robbie Burns back in 1788. The old Scots phrase Auld Lang Syne literally translates to “old long since,” a paean to the memories of days gone by. In honor of this fond remembrance of bygone times, let’s welcome in 2014 with this collection of twenty-five vintage photos of New Years past. Cheers, and fondest wishes for a happy new year from the whole TYoH team!

For more vintage new year photos, visit The Daily MailBefore it’s News, Bliss Tree, and Vintage Everyday.

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10 replies

  1. Eva and co,
    Bonne année!
    Le Clown

  2. That dude in the lower right in the banner pic is killing me.

  3. Man, I need an aspirin and bromo canteen!

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