First up is this abused real photo postcard. According to the design of the AZO stamp box on the back of the card (which was never used), it was produced sometime between 1910 and 1930.
Here is a closer look at some of the young men's faces.
This second photograph, featuring a group of old men in chairs and one young lad, is dated September 7, 1941, on the back. There is no other identifying information. All of the older men must have been born in the 19th century, while the boy, if he's still alive, would be in his middle to upper 70s today.
Interestingly, the first few times I looked at his photo, I did not see the man in the straw hat lurking in the background. Here's a closer look at him.
Share your thoughts and speculations on these two photos in the comments section.