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“Life is all memory, except for the one present moment that goes by you so quickly you hardly catch it going.” – Tennessee Williams

More than 3,500 articles deep, Click Americana can best be described as a labor of love, which began as one person’s mission to allow others to revisit half-forgotten recollections of days gone past.

But it’s also a bid to honor those who created American history — the architects and artists, photographers and pop culture icons, soldiers and enslaved, capitalists and consumers, inventors and industrialists, minority and majority — and all who witnessed the ups and downs of life in these United States over the years.

In particular, though, this site relies largely on those who documented the past through words and pictures, allowing us to refresh our memories. You’ll find vintage ads, recipes like your grandmother (or your parents) used to make, together with videos, music, articles, photos and more.

This company is still very small, but now I have the help of my daughters, best friend and sister to build this site. We don’t charge for subscriptions, and are almost entirely ad-supported. 

Hope you’ll take some time, look around and remember… while we keep preserving the past, one page — one photo — one memory at a time. :-)

– Nancy J Price, founder & editor, ClickAmericana.com

PS: Have something to share — old photos, scans, magazines, stories? We would love to hear from you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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