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A pork pie is a type of hat. A rattata is a type of Pokemon. Now that we’ve got the generational divide sorted out…
“Dress with Distinction!” urged Penney’s in this 1940 ad for a Gentry suit. I’m assuming that’s a brand name, although the word has a conventional meaning. Of course, I think of Bobbie Gentry.
Penney’s was offering these smart, stylish frocks in autumn colors in 1939.
People apparently wore Gene Autry sweatshirts in 1939.
Penney’s had some awesome new felt hats for women in 1939.
Penney’s sold budget cottons in 1960 for up to $3.98. I can’t help but love the style of these dresses, even if the ladies have inexplicably had their legs chopped off.
This 1945 Penney’s advertisement features a man with a very pointy mustache. I’m not sure about the bow tie, though. Next post at nine a.m.
My whole cellphone is about an eighth the size of the handset from this 1984 phone from JC Penney. At the time, though, this phone was cool, because it had a radio in it. My phone does not have a … Continue reading