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Little Girl and Her Doll Twin: GoofingOff's Mid Week Rummage Find

Nothing  seems cuter than a little girl and her baby doll, except a little girl and her baby doll in matching outfits. The concept isn’t new….this ad for a little girl’s and doll’s matching outfits is from Ladies’ Home Journal, December, 1939. 80 more words


Lo Que el Viento Se Llevó–Reseña.

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Scarlett O Hara. Una mujer fuerte, inteligente, hermosa. Pero también fría, calculadora, ambiciosa.

Ella es la protagonista de Lo Que El Viento Se Llevó, una historia sobre su ascenso al poder después de la devastadora guerra civil estadounidense. 171 more words


Transportation | 1939 Ford Pickup - Take 4

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My dad’s 1939 Ford pickup. It doesn’t run anymore but is resting peacefully in the grass behind my parent’s house…waiting for someone to capture its essence, I guess! 12 more words


Mid-Week Rummage: Accent on Daintiness

Happy Wednesday.

My good friend, Nan, finished counting and checking about 100 patterns….which means I HAVE LOTS OF WORK TO DO! However, a gal has to take a coffee break sometime, so I did, and while I sipping my dose of caffeine (medicinal purpose…clears the cobwebs from the brain) I traveled back to 1939 through the pages of Ladies’ Home Journal. 173 more words