Culture & lifestyle

Is modern society deteriorating? (1901)

Is modern society deteriorating? By the Countess of Malmesbury "It be true that many of the virtues are modern, it is certain that all the vices are ancient." Such was the qualified and doubtful praise ... Read more...

John Stamos’ teen idol transformation (1989)

The kids may still scream -- they make up the bulk of the “Full House” audience -- but Stamos, 25, believes his teen idol days are behind him as he works on carving out an acting career with longevity.

The Statue of Liberty unveiled (1886)

Liberty Unveiled America Accepts the Gift of the French People A city afloat hid in fog And a Million or So of People Ashore Making Holiday in the Wet The giant statue shrouded in mists like a m... Read more...

The up-to-date summer hostess (1906)

The summer hostess The summer hostess domiciled by the sea or in the country finds that even more people partake of her hospitality in summer than in winter. Her entertaining never ceases, formally or infor... Read more...

Ambulances from the 1950s

Dodge ambulance (1956)   For safety in emergencies: Rescue cars (1956)   Chrysler ambulance (1953) Limousine straight ambulance - Style 2100   Cadillac Ambulances (1958) The... Read more...

1956 Plymouth Belvedere V8 4-door sedan

Drive the cars that do things for you .... other cars can't do! Never have the differences between new motor cars been so great as they are today. And the differences are all in favor Of THE FORWARD LOOK '56... Read more...

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.

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