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I was a Brownie and a Girl Scout. Sold cookies every year. All we had were mints and shortbread cookies.//
New York. June 6, 1944. "D-Day. Crowd watching the news line on the Times building at Times Square."
"No more ladders! We paint your stockings on your legs ... " During the 1940's stockings rationing a beautician at the newly opened 'Bare Legs Beauty Bar' at Kennard's store in Croydon paints stockings onto customers skin.
Queen Fawzia of Iran and Princess of Egypt. In 1939 - what a gorgeous woman
We drank soda from glass bottles and returned the bottles to the store to collect the deposit....Soda tasted so much better in glass bottles...
Fashion ♥ 1939
Woman Sitting wearing an artifical leg crafted by James Gillingham, c. 1890 - 1900. © Science Museum | prosthetic | shielding the face | embarrassment | history | historical | wow | vintage black white photography | 1800's | overcoming adversity
The Blizzard of 1888, Milford, Delaware snow 'tunnel'. This is part of the pictorial history of Milford collection at the Delaware Public Archives.
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