Vintage black and white photo of folks in a bar, tavern or night club. At our table, bottles of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer. The lady smoke Pall Malls; the gentlemen, Lucky Strikes. The other lady has her smokes hidden in her cigarette case or, as we called ’em, “weasel pouch.” Two ladies at our table are wearing hats, as are several gentlemen seated at the bar.
Measures 5 by 7 inches; 1945 ink stamped on back, along with 7-17-28.
For sale from us at eBay.
Select photos scanned from pages in Professional & Technical Services Essential To Eye Care, copyright 1942, 1949, American Optical Company, U.S.A.
As Ann Miller clearly explains.
When the Marines got Lukavich they took a good man
But his team-mate father still builds Cyclone engines at Studebaker
Found in the May 1, 1944 issue of Pathfinder.
The dangers of absentminded maids, wives and husbands illustrated in this vintage Insurance Company Of North America Companies ad, scanned from the May 1, 1944 issue of Pathfinder magazine — where we also learn where lime J-ELLO with shredded carrots came from…
There are tribes in Africa that still use a gruesome messenger service that has been practiced for centuries. When a tribesman wants to communicate with the dead, he gives his message to some unsuspecting stranger, then starts him on the way by stabbing him to death.
From a 1940’s Modern Woman magazine.
Yup, it’s vintage, fabulous, and loud enough to annoy the kids. Via Mill Street Vintage.
An article about “The Happy Harrises,” Alice, Phil, Alice Jr., and Phyllis, by Helen Maree as published in Modern Woman magazine (Volume 17 Number 1 1948). Note the “twin silver mounted saddles” amidst the “gay ginghams and large overstuffed chairs.”
Photo from Modern Woman Magazine, an ice industry publication for housewives, circa 1944.
Lucille Wilde wearing white on the cover of the December 1943 issue of True Story; Natural Color Photograph by Robert Keene.