A few tank corps. 78th Division 6th Division 3rd Division 6th MG Battalion, USMC, 2nd Division 42nd Division 29th Division 7th, 13, 11th and 10th Divisions. 18th Division 39th Division – Graphic dynamite! Triangles, black cats, crescent moons, Native American profiles–World War I patches from various US division and battalions. via US Militaria images via TrenchBuff
Donald, Mickey, Annie, Daddy, Punjab & Sandy. Cartoon comic pinbacks collected by Mark Lansdown (and there are so many more)
Lisa Bonet—every weird girls fashion icon of the 80s and 90s. I’m pretty sure she’s sporting a neck wallet in these pics. This holiday season, neck wallets and armpit hair for all! If you feel it too you can ‘like’ Denise Huxable on Facebook. via LIFE & Molly Soda
Syracuse University recently acquired a gigantic collection of plastics. Buckets of bakelite. Selections include sunglass frames manufactured by Foster Grant in the 1950s-1960s (shout out O-O !), snazzy lady earrings, chipmunk accessories for kids frames, and earth toned bracelets from 1930s—part of the bakelite brood. BW Zig Zag PLS.
Necklaces of Ainu, Ojibwa and Unidentified Cultures. via Beloit 1. Woman’s tamasay or necklace made of glass beads and red cotton tape. Ainu ethnographic material purchased by Dr. Frederick Starr in 1912 from Oyabe Jenichiro, most probably from the Volcano Bay area. Japan 2. Red and white bead necklace with two elk teeth pendants and [...]
Happy Independence Day! I hope you’re wearing your best Lady Liberty gown. Fourth of July, 1918. Tableau on Ellipse: Liberty, Columbia and Dancers via Library of Congress