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Daily Archives: December 10, 2009
Willie Wirehand touted electrical gifts from Nobles Cooperative Electric in 1959.
This 1944 advertisement from Wick’s Jewelry Store (dial 2-4801) advised people to buy war bonds, because "There can be no victorious homecomings until the final Jap has been defeated. And there must be no end to the buying of War … Continue reading
More Christmas letters to Santa from 1934, this time from Bertha Louise Kuehl of Brewster, Violet Vosberg, Gladys Vosberg and Earl Anderson of Worthington. Children in 1934 wanted dolls, puzzles, games, dishes, a doll, candy, nuts, a printing set, and … Continue reading