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Blast from the past: Celebrate New Year's with fun vintage photos

As we bid a fond farewell to 2017, join us in taking a look at these hysterical photos from yesteryear.

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Baby New Year wears a top hat as he ushers in a new year.

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A couple with champagne glasses toast to a new year. 

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'Miss 1925' marks the new year.

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Father Time hands over his duties of time to Baby New Year.

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A young girl is named 'Miss 1926' at a New Year's party. 

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A crowd gathers to usher in the new year in New York City.

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Nurses hold up babies that were born over the New Year.

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New Year's sledding party!

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A woman sits on a table with balloons while celebrating the new year.

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A woman jumps a hurdle to the new year.

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American actress Clara Bow holds up a large card while actor Larry Gray inscribes a New Year's greeting with a giant pen. 

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Cupid, 4-year-old British film star Deidre Gale, introduces the 'Birth of 1935' at midnight on New Year's Eve at the Piccadilly Hotel in London.

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American model Joan Vohs poses for a New Year's greeting card in 1950.

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A woman blows a noisemaker near a young man's face while celebrating the new year.

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The Mawby triplets Claudette, Angela and Claudine are fast asleep before the clock strikes midnight to signal the new year. 

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