Discover and save creative ideas
    Related Pins
    • ***Martinisfor2*** {LuAnn Forier}

      1974 - speed limit lowered to 55 mph. "Drive 55 and stay alive"...remember the road signs with that quote???

    • Marsha Moore

      1974 - speed limit lowered to 55 mph. I remember this vividly - it was my senior year in high school.

    • Evelyn ~

      1974 - speed limit lowered to 55 mph ... It felt like 25 out on those lonely West Texas roads that go on for miles with nothing but pumpjacks.

    • Judy Baker

      Really it was not such a fun memory. . 1974 - speed limit lowered nationally to 55 mph to save gasoline

    More from this board

    Charles & Diana

    *PRINCE CHARLES & DIANA ~ Honeymoon

    Kate Moss at The Perry Ellis show by Marc Jacobs in November, 1993

    Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York by James and Karla Murray ‘During the eight years it took James and Karla Murray to complete this project, one third of the stores they featured have closed’

    Growing evidence suggests what does work to break the poverty cycle: Start early in life, and coach parents to stimulate their children. Randomized controlled trials, the gold standard of evidence, have shown this with programs like Nurse-Family Partnership, Reach Out and Read, and high-quality preschool. Read more of Nicholas Kristof's op-ed.

    Jackie Kennedy photographed by Arthur Rickerby while visiting India in 1962

    11/24/63 - Jacqueline and Caroline Kennedy kneel to kiss JFK's coffin, in the Capitol Rotunda.

    'The letter', photographed in London by Cecil Beaton, 1940.

    Peter III & Catherine II the Great of Russia

    Houghton Hall ~ William Kent

    One of Leonardo da Vinci’s many notebooks, this one diagramming a potter’s wheel, c. 1508-1509.

    Diana, Princess of Wales....not forgotten...

    While at Motorola in the 1970s, Marty Cooper conceived the first handheld mobile phone (distinct from the car phone) and led the team that developed it and brought it to market. He is considered the "father of the cell phone" and is also cited as the first person in history to make a handheld cellular phone call in public. (Wikipedia)

    Jackie Kennedy attending an opening at the Whitney Museum in New York, 1966.

    Cartier - Cigarette Case - Platinum - Paris - 1931 The back of the lid is engraved with twenty signatures “Coco” - Coco Chanel, “Misia” - Misia Sert, “Fellowes” - Daisy Fellowes, “Vera” - Vera de Bosset, “Peggy” - Peggy Guggenheim, “Etienne” - Etienne de Beaumont, inside the case “Cécile” - Cécile Sorel, “Elsie” - Elsie de Wolfe, “Johnnie” - Prince Jean-Louis de Faucigny- Lucinge


    Nicholas Alexei at the parade in Peterhof, 1911


    Talitha Getty and Prince Stash Klossowski de Rola

    Jack with sister Kick in London, 1938

    Vogue Uk April 2013


    Victorian Antiquities and Design: Exotic Influences In Victorian Interior Design


    The Kennedy's