Another great old Coke ad to add to our collection; this one's from 1937. Click on the photo.
It really is a shame that soda fountains like this have gone the way of the dinosaur.
This is a must-see site to check out for paper and holiday enthusiasts http://www.bindlegrim.com/bindlegrim-info.php?prodID=6&About
1950's Hardy plastic fire engine, horse-drawn http://www.toyconnect.blogspot.com/2014/03/hardy-plastic-fire-engine-red-yellow-hp.html
A very interesting
blog; scroll down the page for some wonderful vintage Christmas advertisements http://365-days-of-christmas.blogspot.com/2008/06/vintage-christmas-advertisements.html
Scroll down the page
to see vintage 40’s, 50’s, 60’s trees, objects etc. http://sammydvintage.com/vintage-style/vintage-christmas-decorations/
Want to see Howard Lamey's latest putz house creation--and more--go here http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2014/03/more-fabulous-vintage-websites-finds_11.html
Many year ago, and it was somewhere near Bryce Canyon in Utah of all places, we stopped at a non-descript little roadside eatery. Nothing about the place promised anything more than some touristy souveniers, mineral specimens, a decent sandwich and something cold to drink. Imagine our surprise to discover that the owner of the place had an old fashioned soda shop counter inside, and some of the best black and white ice cream sodas we ever had. I miss that. Of course we also had to have a real cherry coke before we left.ReplyDelete
We made a similar happy discovery in an upstate truck stop once.Delete
Thanks, as always, for finding these great websites to visit!!! (Rob)ReplyDelete
Remember lime rickeys for a nickel!ReplyDelete