A lovely real photo postcard of a little girl sitting on the steps.
I don’t have any babies on my holiday list or I would be shopping the Gilt sale on Trumpette Socks & Apparel. Set of Girls Mary Jane Booties, $14; Boys Johnny Golf Socks Set of Six Pairs, $14.
Via Tiki Ranch.
Photo found inside Vacation On Wheels booklet, by Maury Delman, distributed by National Research Bureau, Inc. No date; circa 1970s.
In the acknowledgements:
The kitchen shown on the cover was designed by Home Guide Inc., using General Electric appliances. We are indebted to these organizations for the picture.
Personally, I never got over that documentary we were shown in collage. Ever since then, whenever someone says “GE” or “General Electric,” I scream, “Babies born without skulls!” …I guess that’s one type of atomic kitchen.
They say one picture is worth a thousand words, so I’ll let you draw your own conclusions about why we’re posting this photo of a little boy celebrating liberation from the Nazis with a cigarette (April 1945) today.
Gas war resistant pram. England, Hextable, 1938.