First up, we love finding old recipes for Christmas punch and holiday drinks; these Canada Dry concoctions below are from 1962. In truth, ginger ale really only came into our house during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season. It was considered very "adult". We were permitted a toasting "cocktail" which consisted of ginger ale, lots of crushed ice, a maraschino cherry and a lemon twist in a highball glass!
They're followed by another Christmas tree photo with an extraordinary putz village--an oldie but goodie and worth a second look....
Circa 1918 to 1928--courtesy of LOC and sliced and diced so you can appreciate all the vintage village goodness-including the train, boat & fence. This was a labor of love for sure! And finally a page from the 1926 Eatons's showing candy boxes and stockings. Again, click on the photos and links.
--Perfect putz house size! Tiny metal train set with track http://bit.ly/TzmyYX
--METAL ORNAMENT CAPS FOR REPAIRS FROM BLUMCHEN; CLICK HERE
--ED'S TRAVELOGUES; FRANK LLOYD'S HOUSE 1977; CLICK HERE
--CLEAR ACRYLIC TERRARIUM ORNAMENTS---BUT MANY OF YOU WILL USE THESE FOR CHRISTMAS SCENES; from Factory Direct Craft---don't know how long the link will last--- https://factorydirectcraft.com/catalog/products/1302_1039-58115-clear_acrylic_terrarium_ornaments.html
--THANKS FOE THE LINK AND VIDEO "FAMILY GARDEN TRAINS", COGRA Garden Railroading, sS Another superb summer evening to run a couple of trains on the Kollmann Landschaft Gartenbahn. SEE IT HERE
---FOR THE READER LOOKING FOR PRE-1920 ELECTRICAL CHRISTMAS LIGHTING, A COLLECTION OF LINKS HERE
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON HERE
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