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Kodak Finishing could be done at Rickers Studio in 1940.
Actually, Mr. Man, here’s a novel idea for Mother’s Day. Ask her what she wants. Listen to what she says. And get her that.
This Preserve Forever advertisement from Rickers Photos seems a bit strange in 2011, when everybody it seems has a digital camera and many of us have them in our phones, but it was probably good advice back in 1961.
Preserve this Cherished Day Eternally, urged Rickers Photos in 1961. Also a bit melancholy if you think about it.
Only in photographs can your glorious yesterdays live, claimed Rickers Photos in 1940. It’s a bit melancholy, when you think about it.
Rickers Photos was advertising cameras and projectors as Christmas gifts in 1939.
In 1945, Rickers Photos of Worthington reminded service men that their photographs would mean a lot to their loved ones while they were gone, and also reminded former service men to have their discharge papers photo copied.
Rickers Photos advertised that photographic equipment was the perfect gift for a graduate in 1960. Still good advice today!
Quite strange to the modern eye is this advertisement for Hanson’s Funeral and Ambulance Service from 1935, but as I understand it these services were often combined in the past. In earlier years, funeral services were also sometimes combined with … Continue reading