Remarkably Retro
Republic Steel Kitchens, 1954
Scanned from The American Home magazine, December 1954 issue.

Republic Steel Kitchens, 1954

Scanned from The American Home magazine, December 1954 issue.

boyswithbeardswithcats:

Just getting a beard bath, no big deal.

boyswithbeardswithcats:

Just getting a beard bath, no big deal.

andrews-atomic-era:

I don’t understand why I feel so lonely this evening.

I don’t know why this keeps happening. It’s becoming more and more constant and there’s nothing I can do about it. I do try to fight it, I don’t just sulk in my sadness and loneliness, but it’s getting tougher and tougher to fight.

I wish I…

I’m so sorry you’re struggling with depression. I’ve struggled with it most of my life and it gets rough sometimes. You may want to see a doctor about it if keeps happening. You’re doing the right thing by reaching out to people and talking about it.

Farley Granger for Camel cigarettes, 1952
Scanned from Time magazine, November 17, 1952 issue.

Farley Granger for Camel cigarettes, 1952

Scanned from Time magazine, November 17, 1952 issue.

prova275:

Imperial… 1962 Chrysler Corp. press release photoMopar Monday

prova275:

Imperial… 1962 Chrysler Corp. press release photo
Mopar Monday

vivatvintage:

1967 Millard caravans!

vivatvintage:

1967 Millard caravans!

Dodge, 1955
Scanned from The American Home magazine, December 1954 issue.

Dodge, 1955

Scanned from The American Home magazine, December 1954 issue.

United Air Lines, 1947
Scanned from Time magazine, February 3, 1947 issue.

United Air Lines, 1947

Scanned from Time magazine, February 3, 1947 issue.

AT&T Design Line Telephones, 1974
I had one similar to the phone on the lower left in my bedroom from Jr. High through High School (1974-1980), except mine had push buttons. It still had the fake, raised alligator design on the top, and all my friends thought it was so cool. Seeing this pic brought back so many memories!
Scanned from “The Telephone Book,” by H. M. Boettinger, 1977, by Riverwood Publishers Limited, New York.

AT&T Design Line Telephones, 1974

I had one similar to the phone on the lower left in my bedroom from Jr. High through High School (1974-1980), except mine had push buttons. It still had the fake, raised alligator design on the top, and all my friends thought it was so cool. Seeing this pic brought back so many memories!

Scanned from “The Telephone Book,” by H. M. Boettinger, 1977, by Riverwood Publishers Limited, New York.

"Man in Arkansas and his Ass in Texas"
Texarkana postcard, copyrighted 1934, postmarked 1941.

"Man in Arkansas and his Ass in Texas"

Texarkana postcard, copyrighted 1934, postmarked 1941.