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57 Vintage Photos Of Couples That Will Make You Believe In Love

Love is real, guys!

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A soldier leaving a London railway station to re-join his unit took along a sprig of mistletoe to make sure he got his Christmas kiss. December 1939

A soldier leaving a London railway station to re-join his unit took along a sprig of mistletoe to make sure he got his Christmas kiss. December 1939

Members of the 3rd Women's Territorial Service, leaving Croydon station for their fortnight's training under canvas, kiss their husbands and boyfriends goodbye. August 1939

Members of the 3rd Women's Territorial Service, leaving Croydon station for their fortnight's training under canvas, kiss their husbands and boyfriends goodbye. August 1939

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Reverend John Kuiper (right), the first gay man in America to win the right to adopt a child, with his partner Roger Hooverman during a Gay Rights march on Fifth Avenue, New York. 1979.

85-year-old Boer War veteran Charles Rance after marrying for the first time, with his new bride 78-year-old widow Anne Howells at the Methodist Church in Plumstead. September 1960.

85-year-old Boer War veteran Charles Rance after marrying for the first time, with his new bride 78-year-old widow Anne Howells at the Methodist Church in Plumstead. September 1960.

Comedian Mario Fabrizi and his new wife Kathleen, smiling in the back of their wedding car, Caxton Hall, London. May 1960.

Comedian Mario Fabrizi and his new wife Kathleen, smiling in the back of their wedding car, Caxton Hall, London. May 1960.

Ivor and Marianne Collier, display their mutual adoration and taste for tattooes. 1972.

Ivor and Marianne Collier, display their mutual adoration and taste for tattooes. 1972.

Ann Packer of Great Britain, winner of the 800 metres final at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, gives her boyfriend Robbie Brightwell, captain of the British team, a big hug. She also won silver in the 400 metres.

Ann Packer of Great Britain, winner of the 800 metres final at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, gives her boyfriend Robbie Brightwell, captain of the British team, a big hug. She also won silver in the 400 metres.

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