Click for full image In the 1920s, the American Farm Bureau Federation toured northern Europe; this was the map of their travels. From The Bureau Farmer, September, 1927.
Click for full image Family out for a walk, consisting of a boy, a mother and child, and two older ladies, on a windy day. 1930s. From this set.
Click for full image Bemidji, Minnesota: home of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox, but the giant pair were still twenty years away when this postcard was mailed in 1916. In the 1910s, it was still a community on the grow, trying to develop roads and railroad access. A new depot was built a […]
Click for full image Baby and curly-haired white pupply, probably a bischon frise. Appears 1930s, from this set.
Click for full imageThese glasses were purchased at a flea market in July, 2008. The seller had no information about them, but the fact that they had been stored in situ for sixty years — and the note to prove that fact even moreso — intrigued me enough to purchase them. These are a child’s-sized […]
Click for full image “A Terrible Meeting With A Buffalo”, from The Book of Knowledge, 1910s. Caption text here.
Click for full image Located in the Grand Forks area (based on other photos in the set), a brick building is consumed by fire, 1948.
Woman sitting on a bench, in a yard, with a dog that looks somewhat like a dalmatian, or a setter of some sort; probably a mutt. Appears 1950s.
Click for full image Blonde baby, enjoying the outdoors, near what appears to be a Model T. 1920s. From this set.
Click for full image A whimsical interpretation of the human body as a house, with Jack’s study at the top, and various windows and doors for sensory input to enter through. From a series of articles in The Book of Knowledge, 1910s. The articles may be an adaptation of this book, although I was unable […]