~Adorable sister and brother

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Dutch children at Ellis Island

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Crochet Caravan - how cute! #amigurumi Want one!!!!!

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'Riding' lawn mower!!!

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Ha ha That's why I carry hand sanitizer. I love my kids!

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Childhood Nostalgia...i used to see these in the fruit baskets at the florist shop!

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1980 Barbie Dream Pool

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May, 1942. Patriotic display at the Beecher Street School in Southington, Conn. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency by Fenno Jacobs.

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Recording off the radio -- It took such TIMING! It's true... I totally remember doing this all the time... hahaha!

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Old-school ponytail holders.

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Hours of fun!

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Puffy Stickers

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Barbie Cases.

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JFK & Caroline Tea Party

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"Miss Sanderson and the womanly art of parasol self defence", c. 1908

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Early 1900s women

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A Sactown girl: Stripper Amy West. During World War Two, Amy & her mother, Annie came to Sacramento, California. Amy went to work at Mather Army Air Field. After World War II, she got a job stripping at the President's Club on Market Street in San Francisco. In 1947, she made the film "A Night at the Follies" in Los Angeles.

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Thirteen years after women are allowed to compete in the Olympics, Carl Janzten introduces a two-piece bathing costume in 1913. In Europe, during the 1930s and '40s, women start wearing bathing outfits that reveal a sliver of skin at the waist, and suits shrink stateside as fabric is rationed during World War II. For the most part, hems are shortened and skirts eliminated, but in some cases they do split into two.

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"Wartime Rationing" 1947 - 6-year-old girl (name unknown) holding her fat cat. Prior to World War Two, there were no pet foods: family pets shared their owner’s foods, often eating the scraps off the plates. This continued throughout the war.”

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The Megola motorcycle was produced in Munich in the 1920’s. Some 2000 were built, but only 10 fully working examples are still in existence, one of which is in the Guggenheim Museum in New York:

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May 08, 1945 — Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II.

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Versailles

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Art Nouveau Ring

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Art Nouveau

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