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yesterdaysprint · 2 days ago
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Minneapolis Sunday Tribune, Minnesota, November 10, 1946
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undr · 2 days ago
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Tony Linck. London. 1946
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georgeromeros · a day ago
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House of Frankenstein (1944) dir. Erle C. Kenton
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silverscreendames · 2 days ago
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KATHARINE HEPBURN in WOMAN OF THE YEAR (1942) dir. George Stevens – Costume design by Adrian
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gameraboy2 · a day ago
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Your Most Intimate Problems by Lawrence Gould Avon Books 200, 1949 Cover by Ann Cantor
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fawnvelveteen · 2 days ago
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Lauren Bacall by John Engstead, 1945
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davisbette · 2 days ago
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Hollow Triumph  — dir. Steve Sekely (1948)
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sovietpostcards · 2 days ago
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Zinaida Volkhonskaya watering flowers. Murom, Russia (1940s)
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goshyesvintageads · a day ago
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Consolidated Grocers Corp, 1949
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vintageeveryday · a day ago
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Lake George Friday: 32 sweet vintage photos of a young couple in 1941.
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garadinervi · a day ago
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Walter Benjamin (July 15, 1892 – September 26, 1940)
(image: Gisèle Freund (photograph), Walter Benjamin à la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, 1937. © Estate Gisèle Freund/IMEC Images)
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newyorkthegoldenage · a day ago
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The corner of Broome St. and Baruch Place on the Lower East Side on September 27, 1941, shows an active street life—kids playing, neighbors chatting, peddlers selling. Kodachrome slide.
Photo: Charles W. Cushman via Indiana Univ.
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undr · a day ago
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Snow in Oxford Street, London, 1941
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alightinthelantern · a day ago
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Tavern car aboard the Southern Pacific train “Shasta Daylight”, 1949
Tavern cars were a type of passenger car used on American railroads from the 1930s through the postwar period into the early days of Amtrak in the 1970s. Basically buffet cars by a different name, tavern cars differed from formal dining cars in that they offered beverages and light meals (burgers and club sandwiches were especially popular) à la carte in a relaxed, informal environment, with lounge-like seating. Tavern cars offered drinks and meals at any time of day that the train was in service, including mid-afternoon and late at night, whereas dining cars served formal meals of several courses, and only at certain times of day.
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gameraboy2 · 2 days ago
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Thrilling Detective, October 1948 Illustration by Rudolph Belarski
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fawnvelveteen · 2 days ago
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Lauren Bacall by Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Harper's Bazaar, 1945
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Andre de Dienes (1944)
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