First up, by special request, an oldie but goodie--the famous New York City Checker Cab--it's part of a collection of vintage taxis, courtesy of auto histprian Alden Jewel; see more at http://bit.ly/29kk1QC
Next is a fab publicity ad for Frank Sinatra, 1944. He's followed by a 1970 ad from the days when stations like NBC did extravagant holiday productions. We sure wish this Thanksgiving special--FESTIVAL AT FORD'S THEATRE--was available on DVD (we checked, it isn't--please let us know if it is and we've just missed it!)
It features James Stewart as narrator, hosted by Andy Williams, with Pearl Bailey, Tennessee Earnie Ford, Bobbie Gentry, Burl Ives, Henry Mancini, The Supremes and Dionne Warwick. We sliced it into two for easier viewing.
Again, click on the photos.
By special request, the faux flattie pattern for Howard's "man with wheelbarrow of coal" http://bit.ly/29hBZOL
AND ALWAYS WORTH A THIRD AND FOURTH AND FIFTH LOOK! The amazing vintage made in Japan Christmas Putz Mantles of novelist Antoinette Stockenberg----PICK A YEAR, ANY YEAR--http://www.antoinettestockenberg.com/xmas.htm
ANOTHER FUN SPOT FOR ANTIQUE ORNAMENTS http://bettybell.com/
FROM BLUMCHEN--GOLD DIE CUT DRESDEN TIARA! MORE HERE
Howard has finished his three kids, a dog, and sled faux flattie project--click here and keep scrolling down the page once you get there.
FOR THE PERSON LOOKING FOR "PATRIOTIC PUTZ" IDEAS, this might fit the bill--patriotic storefronts--click here
And here's one from Lucy https://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=1585
R.I.P. FELINE CELEBRITY, GRUMPY CAT https://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2019/05/grumpy-cat-has-died.html
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON HERE.
We loved Checker cabs. But the little fold out chairs were very uncomfortable and really only for children. These days they wouldn't fly for insurance liability reasons.ReplyDelete