Sunday Morning - (Explored)
Snow and a drab mist accompany church goers. I dragged myself out of bed at o'dark hundred on a Sunday morning to make the journey here to capture two specific images. This is one of them.
All in a day's work: From steel welding to munitions making, women's labour circa 1941
As hard as a day at the office in front of a computer may sometimes feel, it surely pales in comparison to the hard labour endured by many women during the Second World War.
Linen DINER Advertising Postcards 1930-1950
This post focuses on one of the most popular current linen postcard themes: diners. In our opinion, a true diner is a stand-alone building with the streamlined look of a retired railroad dining car. Wikipedia has some insight into this architectural style of classic diners: Like a mobile home, the original style diner is narrow and elongated and allows roadway transportation. In the case of the diner, this is a carry-over from the first "true" diners ever built, which were never intended to…