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Primitive things just give me a warm and fuzzy feeling inside...
Sweet Liberty Homestead primitives
Depression era: when they realized women were using their sacks to make clothes for their children, the mills started using flowered fabric for their sacks. The label was designed to wash out.
Cottonwood Lane Primitives: Homesteaders of the Prairie
This picture shows an old rural post office and general store in Sprott, Alabama. The photograph was taken in 1935.
old butter churn, so cute
The Ice Delivery Man
This photo taken ca. 1880 shows what was typically worn when taking a cool, refreshing dip in the sea. Can you imagine how heavy those dresses felt soaking wet?
We had one in our home in the 50's.
Antique travel trunk
Grandma's Window Screen Pie Safe...
Old Vintage Quilt...prim wooden swan and other needfuls.
Old Ice Chest...