1942, America - Shoes by Seymour Troy Originals - Leather, plastic
Vintage Coke/ Coca-Cola Advertisements of the 1940s (Page 4)
Buy American! My Dad would literally inspect everything my Mom brought home to see if it was made in America - and this was his habit from as long as I can remember (60's!). He would send her back to the store to return items if they were not American made. Needless to say, we were without a television for a while! :) Remember - every $50.00 spent directly on am American product collectively ads 1 new job!
Pancakes & Vermont Maid Syrup Burlington Vt (1942)
Vintage Food Advertisements of the 1940s (Page 5)
A little girl with her doll. Between 1941-1942
The art assembly line of female students busily engaged in copying World War II propaganda posters in Port Washington, New York, on July 8, 1942. The master poster is hanging in the background.
World War II: Women at War
Humphrey Bogart, whose name is synonymous with the Golden Age of Hollywood, won the hearts of American audiences for his roles in such movies as Casablanca (1942), Key Largo (1948), and The Harder They Fall (1956). His performance as Charlie Allnutt in The African Queen won him his only Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1951.
Turbans Issue Title Is Ways And Means
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Kids got it made! Mickey Rooney and Esther Williams in a promotional shot for Andy Hardy’s Double Life (1942)
1942. mother doing dishes with her daughter
Old Picture of the Day
Greer Garson won Best Actress for ("Mrs. Miniver") and James Cagney for ("Yankee Doodle Dandy") in 1942