The future or “been there, done that”?
Remember the newsstand? And when Seattle was a two paper town? This newsstand sat at the corner of East John at Broadway. Photo taken May 10, 1946.
Oh, the joys of telecommuting.
Ah, the good ol’ days of college in the 1950s…smoking, eating, sleeping, and studying on the floor all at the same time!
Mr. Roger has his own thoughts on what the caption for the photo should say, but I think it would be more fun to hear what YOU think the caption should be!
Jenny on the Job from 1944…she does it all! Images: x-ray delta one via Flickr
Time for a feast!
Memorial Day Parade, Culver, Indiana, 1950s It’s Memorial Day weekend, friends. Celebrate by honoring those who sacrificed their lives in the American military, and remembering those modest, small-town Memorial Day parades of days past.
MontaMower ad from May 1951 Popular Mechanics It’s so easy to operate, you don’t even break a sweat (and no need to change out of your party dress)!
Actually it’s Tuna Time! And if you act now (and send in $1.50 with 2 can labels), you can get, not 1, but 4 beautiful salad forks from Holland! Source: Chatelaine, July 1963