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When the old Victrola record players were first introduced, those turntables were some cutting-edge tech. Here's a look at the history of the famous Victor Talking Machines!
Here is an assortment of vintage drugstore products - many strange ones that you won't find anywhere today, but were popular in markets nationwide in the Victorian and Edwardian eras.
It’s not often you can discover long-lost information about somewhere like New York City’s PJ Clarke’s saloon/restaurant. How much more could there be left to learn about a piece of living history?
Step back and time and enjoy these charmingly vintage Christmas scenes celebrations from the 1940s through the 1970s.
Early in the 20th century, people started moving from the city out to the suburban districts and small towns. See some classic All-American suburban houses from that era here!
Long before automatic washing machines, people had to wash their clothes the old-fashioned way - using vintage washboards, tubs, hand scrubbing, and things called manglers. Here's how they did it.
A look back: Some of the best buys in antique toys Article from American Home, December 1974 Antique toys are double-barreled delights. They arouse pleasant
What's the history of golf balls? The first ones were made of leather of untanned bull's hide - but golf balls have changed a lot over the years. Here's a look!
Here is a collection of tips from the past, for researching your past - namely, how to start a genealogical record for your family. Get ideas for tracking down your ancestry here!
Lake Almanor's great beauty and immense expanse captivate the imagination. Amidst the pine forests, when built, it was the largest power reservoir in the United States.
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