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1961: Noseless Lady Hawks Makeup

For some reason, her noselessness caught my attention.

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1939: Make this a Jewelry Christmas

Make this a jewelry Christmas, urged Wick’s Jewelry Store in 1939.

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1939: Benson Funeral Home Hosts Open House

The Benson Funeral Home was hosting an open house at its new location in 1939.

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1960: Lease a Typewriter

Davis Typewriter was offering typewriter leases in 1960.

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1945: It’s Hot, So Wear a (Freshly Pressed) Suit

In 1945 the Daily Globe published this ad for the New Worthington Cleaners, on Fourth Avenue. It advises people to wear a fresh, clean suit during the hot weather. Yes. It’s hot, so you should wear a suit, guys. You … Continue reading

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1960: England’s Hair Fashion Salon

Air conditioning was a major feature at England’s Hair Fashion Salon in 1960. But the hair was pretty cool too.

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1945: Two-Day Service from Worthington Cleaners

Worthington Cleaners, on Fourth Avenue, offered two-day service for rugs, curtains, drapes, blankets and quilts in 1945. Next post at 11 a.m.

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1945: Foxy Gal Wants Foxy Coat Cleaned

The Worthington Cleaners (located on Fourth Avenue) offered moth seal bags for home storage in 1945. Next post at 6 p.m., hopefully…

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1960: Albachten Motors Sells Giant Finned Cars

Albachten Motors (located on Fourth Avenue) was selling these giant Buicks with gorgeous fins in 1960. Is the car’s size a product of the angle and the comparative height of the children?

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