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Catherine Parr was Henry's 6th and last wife. Luckily he didn't live long enough to tire of her, though she had a couple of close calls... She survived to marry her sweetheart Thomas Seymour, but died in childbirth soon after.

Shredded Wheat, 1960's. I remember these, now they are tiny and just as delicious. Plain, but my all-time fave!

Bronze balsamarium (flask to carry oil to use to clean the skin after exercise) decorated with lions' skins and herms Roman late 1st-2nd century CE

Nestle Quik - I remember these metal containers from the 80s!!

Forget about it Coke, or any other soda pop. I'd take a glass of Nestle's Quick over most any other drink any day of the week during my childhood, and usually did!

Holloway's Milk Duds - candy box - 1930s 1940s - They were once caramels coated in real milk chocolate but now the caramel is coated in a confectionery coating made from cocoa and vegetable oil.

Girls in a milk-bar in England , 1954. why arent there still milk bars...id be all about them...maybe i should make one after college.

Purse with weights from the Viking Age

Turan, the Etruscan goddess of love holding a perfume flask, ca. 350-300 BCE

Dwight L. Moody, evangelical preacher. At age 18, Moody converted to evangelism while working in his uncle’s shoe store on Court Street in Boston. As a pacifist, he felt he could not enlist in the Union army, instead becoming involved with the YMCA and visiting soldiers on the front lines. Later, he would fill huge stadiums to capacity with his evangelical meetings around the U.S. and Europe.