Culture & lifestyle

Train station etiquette (1921)

Train station etiquette by Mary Marshall Duffee To say that the well-bred person is on time when he takes a train might be unfair. But it is a fact the well-bred person shows his consideration for others in... Read more...

The woman of the future (1900)

The woman of the future by Mrs I Lowenberg, President Philomath Club Every age from the dawn of civilization has brought forth new developments in which woman has always played an important part. Her impres... Read more...

How to make pomander balls (1959)

How to make fragrant pomander balls Craft your own clove-studded oranges Pomander balls -- they have a delightful spicy aroma everyone will enjoy. Wrap firm and perfect oranges with narrow cotton tape to ... Read more...

Storybook Christmas party ideas (1969)

A storybook party Is it a party, a parade, or pageant? Actually, it can be all three -- or any one you choose. These storybook characters who crowd the recreation room are going through the most delightful... Read more...

Maxell cassette tape ads (1980s)

Maxell was one of the leaders in the cassette tape world -- and, amazingly, the company is still making blank audio tapes. So if you still have your tape recorders from the seventies and eighties, you're set! ... Read more...

7 popular new home styles of the 1920s

One of the first problems which confronts the prospective home builder is the selection of the style of architecture for his new home. New England Colonial, Dutch Colonial, Old and Modern English, American, Spa... Read more...

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