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An Italian WWII Propaganda Poster Depicting American Bomber Pilots as Gansters Here's an Italian WWII poster portraying American pilots as "Flying Gansters". Those doity rats! Its ironic how the Axis committed henious acts against civilians of countries they invaded, but put out posters like this.
Tags: WWII  Axis  Italy  Posters  Propaganda 
Added: 19th August 2007
Views: 4798
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Posted By: dezurtdude
If U Can Imagine It The first beer cans were issued with opening instructions printed on the side. They were opened similar to how you would open a can of tomato juice today. These early cans, known as flat tops, were produced into the mid-1960s...
Tags: ad  schlitz  beer  softops 
Added: 19th August 2007
Views: 1373
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Posted By: Roxie
COMMIES FROM MARS The RED Planet The tentacles of COMMUNISM reach far and wide! Someone must have downloaded MP3's! And here they come! Ok, no more individually wrapped cheese slices for you Marie! Wow, comics sure have changed! I had to edit the pic for obvious reasons.
Tags: Commies  Invasion  Space  Comics 
Added: 19th August 2007
Views: 1388
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Posted By: dezurtdude
So Glad They Dont Call it Toilet Soap Anymore 1954 Life Magazine Ad with Lauren Bacall
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Added: 19th August 2007
Views: 1254
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Posted By: Naomi
        WHOS ON FIRST 1945 Sit back and enjoy Abbott and Costello as they perform the classic Whos on First baseball sketch from their 1945 film The Naughty Nineties, first performed as part of their stage act.
Tags: bud  abbott  lou  costello  comedy 
Added: 20th August 2007
Views: 98430
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Posted By: Naomi
Vintage Bell Telephone Ad It may have been a desirable job but it was not an easy one. Telephone companies had strict rules for all aspects of operators' behavior on the job. Merely to get the job, a woman had to pass height, weight, and arm length tests to ensure that she could work in the tight quarters afforded switchboard operators. Operators had to sit with perfect posture for long hours in straight-backed chairs. They were not permitted to communicate with each other. They were to respond quickly, efficiently, and patiently even when dealing with the most irascible customers...
Tags: ad  bell  telephone  operators 
Added: 20th August 2007
Views: 4954
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Posted By: Teresa
Strolling Bowling I first saw this on a Johnny Carson show in the early '80s. I don't know who invented it but Carson had him on the show with it. When the fellow wound up the bowling ball, it kind of leaned forward and then quickly hopped down the lane and knocked over the pins. I laughed for a good long time after seeing that. Strolling bowling has been re-issued and you can get them once again online. It's great taking it out once in a while to show friends. They get a kick out of watching it hop down the lane. (I don't really "play" with any of the few vintage toys that I own. I don't think that's a good idea with vintage toys that have wind-up springs. I just basically show friends that they still work.)
Tags: strolling  bowling  bowl  ball  game  classic  toy  carson 
Added: 25th August 2007
Views: 2093
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Posted By: jimmyjet
Wigwam Motel The California Wigwam Motel was built within the city limits of San Bernardino in 1949. . . a classic that's still going strong! and a little TRIVIA: Wigwam Village #6 was featured in the second episode of Oprah and Gayle's Big Adventure on Oprah's TV show. . .all i remember is that they didn't stay! what a mistake!!
Tags: wigwam  motel  rialto  ca   
Added: 21st August 2007
Views: 1105
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Posted By: lambchop
The Great Garloo by Marx 1960s A 1961 commercial for The Great Garloo by Marx toys. This toy is hot and collectors go nuts over them even if they don't work. Notice the price at the end. It must have floored most parents! See the pictures I have of this toy and his son from my collection.
Tags: great  garloo  toys  classic  vintage 
Added: 21st August 2007
Views: 2775
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Posted By: dezurtdude
Springhill Mining Disaster 1958 One of the first major 'ongoing' news stories to be covered live on television was the coal mining disaster in Springhill, Nova Scotia, Canada on October 23, 1958. That night 174 miners were trapped 13,000 feet below ground when a 'bump' caused a huge section of the mine to collapse. It was the third major disaster at the mine since 1891. Exactly 100 miners were rescued; some were trapped for five days before being saved. The bodies of the other 74 were all eventually recovered. Because of the heat at that depth, many of the corpses had badly decomposed by the time they were found. The mine never reopened.
Tags: Springhill  mine  disaster 
Added: 13th June 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964

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