1910s

An argument for the chauffeur (1918)

One chauffeured automobile accomplishes as much as two or three which are driven without chauffeurs. The chauffeur instantly becomes an economy - not merely a justifiable expense.

A new town! Visit Gilbert, Arizona (1914)

In 1914, there was a lot of hype about a new little town near Phoenix called Gilbert -- "the fastest growing and most prosperous community in the Southwest." Amazingly, Gilbert really did live up to its promise... Read more...

15 vintage Easter cards (1900-1924)

Happy Easter! Here is a collection of 15 colorful Easter postcards from the early twentieth century! These were especially popular from around 1900 to around 1915, and, as this gallery demonstrates, such greet... Read more...

Mollie King in The Seven Pearls (1917)

The Seven Pearls was a 15-episode action film serial released in 1917, but little is known about it other than the picture's credits, as it's considered a lost film -- no known copy of the movie exists. But wha... Read more...

Tips for the Christmas goose (1914)

For the Christmas goose One very strong objection most people have to serving goose for Christmas is the strong flavor of the bird. If you fatten your own goose, then this can in a measure be done away with by... Read more...

A view on birth control from 1915

Letter to the Editor: Child birth control Letter from Allen Steven, published on June 02, 1915 in The Day Book (Chicago, Illinois) We are long since rid of Salem witchcraft and the persecutions as shown in ... Read more...

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