This graphic covers the plates from cars in films from 1964 to 2008. I’m not really a gear head, but I would have preferred photos to the illustrations myself. Via.
From the Grand Forks (ND) Evening Times, December 15th, 1911, a great idea for under the Christmas tree!
Accurate .22 rifles — take your pick from Stevens, Winchester, Remington, and Savage brands!
Granted, in 1911 in North Dakota a rifle was a practical tool for farm work — it wasn’t a toy, it was something necessary to getting things done, from shooting pigeons in the barn to hunting dinner…and what kid is going to start taking pot shots at the neighbors? Well, maybe guns aren’t the best thing to give a kid…but sometimes the kid isn’t the one who shouldn’t be messing around with a gun. And yet nobody let Ralphie have a BB gun.
A dame, her dog, and her Mazda. Also her dude. Via.
An original vintage photograph featuring Inez Courtney in a surprisingly cool machine age “airplane hat”, circa 1930.
Typewritten press snipe on verso reads “INEZ COURTNEY? featured in First National’s Loose Ankles and Spring is here does right by her art and poses in an airplane hat. And do you still wonder if the movie actresses earn their money?” Measures 8″ x 10″ and stamped on verso with Culver Pictures archive information.
A photo of the entrance to the New York subway; from How We Travel: A Geographical Reader, by James Franklin Chamberlain, 1909.