Yep--we love ephemera--Our Flickr friend FPDA is uploading a great vintage booklet he found--PROFITABLE SODA FOUNTAIN OPERATION--from 1954--oh for the days when these kind of places were still around. Cherry coke anyone? Lime Rickey? See more at bit.ly/21FWd9T
That's followed by a wonderful "new" putz house artfully displayed by Matthew Und--love the subtle color palette used here--and finally from 1925, a great shot of a very young Myra Loy. Click on the photos and enjoy.
Character actor George Kennedy has died; we loved him best in Cool Hand Luke http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/29/entertainment/george-kennedy-obit-feat/index.html
One of our favorite putz houses ever; a raised brick platform house bit.ly/1nfmPyW
Just love love love these Easter themed paper friezes from Sweden bit.ly/1LS6QNH
Rob and Monica are...
ANXIOUSLY AWAITING SPRING; click on the link for their latest "saling" adventures--AND FOR A PREVIOUS EASTER POST TOO bit.ly/1Lt9NcR
We just love when antique dolls are incorporated into Christmas decorating; check out this marvelous tea party scene--LOVE the wreath with candles in her hair! http://tinyurl.com/guor8lf
Howard is making a new flattie--a limousine--to go with his Upton Hall putz project; follow "construction" of both here! bit.ly/1QjoiPr
And finally we love the content of this ad from 1920: Will you join Mr. Edison in an experiment?