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AD: Vince Gill for Rivera

Vince Gill is a stellar vocalist and guitarist and has the gear to match. He was pimping the Rivera R-100 Duo Twelve in this ad from  26 more words


The Obscure Art Of Early-To-Mid 20th-Century Informational Booklets (Part 1)

Informational booklets can provide nice little snapshots of life and culture in the U.S.. They can also have some really nice art works. Saul Zalesch at Louisiana Tech University sees ephemera of all kinds as a valuable resource for anyone interested in studying pre-1960 America. 136 more words


Mme D'amour: Maison Meublée

Maison Meublée à louer…Paris apartment, fully furnished for rent.

What does Mme D’Amour keep in her aparto? Is it full of art deco?

Why a swan of course, enchained by a golden choker, accompanied by some coral from the South Seas and a healing crystal.  91 more words


See Breeze Vol. 9 No. 7 – GI Joe Goes on Shopping Tour


Moscow: No letup is in sight of the drives of the Red Army. In a series of triumphant Orders of the Day, Marshal Stalin tersely summed up the outlines of the overwhelming disaster that has befallen the Wehrmacht. 606 more words


And finally, why I bought the magazine in the first place!

I thought you might wonder what sort of story my uncle had published, so here it is.  Bernard Louis Jacot never became a famous writer but nonetheless made a decent living out of it……..