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I just might tell people this from now on...
cut an old sweater sleeve and use as sock look-a-like without the bunchy-ness in your boot... need to remember this for fall! GOODWILL sweater?
Do this workout 2-3 times a week for leaner, tighter hips, butt and thighs to drop a whole jeans size
American child workers before Child Labor Laws: 1836 - First state child labor law Massachusetts requires children under 15 working in factories to attend school at least 3 months/year; 1842 States begin limiting children’s work days Massachusetts limits children’s work days to 10 hours; other states soon passed similar laws—but most of these laws were not consistently enforced.
Child Workers before labor laws. Thankful for the unions who stopped this from happening! Please: support labor unions. They keep it fair for workers - and children.
Old Abe, the American War Eagle, was the mascot of the 8th Wisconsin Regiment in the Civil War. Old Abe was in thirty-nine battles during the Civil War including Fredericktown, and the Siege of Vicksburg. Old Abe was not just a mascot, but became a patriotic symbol for the entire nation.
The hair dryer was actually invented in 1890 by Alexander Godefoy, but it didn't go public until 1920 when it was more efficient. Before 1920, women were basically using vacuums to dry their hair. This new invention, even though it overheated easily and was very large, was a big hit for the women. Hand held hair dryers came out in 1951.
First hair dryer - about 1920
mother daughter curlers photo for bathroom next to daddy & son
Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses via Neiman Marcus
Large Harvest Tote Bag in Natural Canvas and Navy