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According to an article on the Harley-Davidson website 1933 was the first year that Harley offered a full color tank graphic as a stock item. Tank graphics prior to 1933 were just differing arrangements of the name Harley-Davidson. For 1933 Harley-Davidson designed an Art Deco inspired "Flying Eagle" design.

Typographic poster design for Harris & Sons UK tobaccos & cigarettes, circa 1900

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Tarom (Romanian) I flew Tarom to Romania way back in 1976 awesome trip when it was still communist country - want to go back to Romania some day

  • Marcia Lane

    I flew there in 1974 on Tarom! Quite an interesting trip!

  • Renee Antonowicz

    Hi Marcia - interesting that you traveled to Romania a year before me. I went with the Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir as part of the Friendship Ambassador program. We traveled around the country singing in beautiful cathedrals and social halls, performing centers and schools. We were considered "celebrities" and were mobbed for autographs after our performances. We were only allowed to go where the government said we could go and if we went out on our own we were followed. Any Romanian citizen seen talking to us were questioned. It was quite an eye opening experience for a group of 18-21 year old students from the Midwest! I would love to go back.

  • Marcia Lane

    Hi, Renee! How interesting, as I also traveled with a musical group to Romania as Ambassadors for Friendship!! We were called "Sing-Out Troy" from Troy, OH. We had the exact same experience that you described, all the way to being mobbed for autographs! It was delightful to meet the people over there. Believe it or not, i still exchange Christmas cards to one Romanian guy. I wasn't aware of being followed or people talking to us being questioned. It was an amazing experience, and we all felt we were so fortunate to get to do it. It would be interesting to go back and see what has changed, and what has not! I still have a scrapbook I made and photos from the trip. It made quite an impression and was very eye-opening. How fun to find someone else out there who did the same thing!

Dungey, Ralph & Co of Australia "Racehorses and Incidents" (56 known cards issued in 1906)

by Art of the Luggage Label, via Flickr

Vintage luggage label: Hotel de Paris, Paris (135mm × 102mm) via typeasimage, Flickr