Moments In Time - Vintage and Kitchen Collectibles
All Items : Advertising : Pre 1960 item #332346 (stock #Ad35)
Moments In Time
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This is a very nice two page Kellogg's Corn Flakes advertisement from a 1955 magazine. Look carefully and you will see one of the pictures features Arthur Godfrey. Arthur Godfrey had one of the top rated CBS shows in the 1950's called "Arthur Godfrey and Friends."

The back side of the left side of the Kellogg's ad, there is a very nice full page Eastman Kodak Company advertisement. It features the Kodak Pony Camera...

All Items : Paper : Historical : Pre 1930 item #332784 (stock #Misc91)
Moments In Time
$15.00
This is a very old document - an Abstract of Title to Lot 24, Block 8 of Greenville Crest Addition to the City of Dallas, Texas, for R. H. Clem.

The front cover shows Stewart Abstract Company (Successor to S. W. S. Duncan) - Established 1872 - Associated with Stewart Title Guaranty Company, Dallas, Texas.

The date for the document is January 22, 1925, and required a fee of $28.50...

All Items : Paper : Pre 1920 item #332903 (stock #Misc203)
Moments In Time
$15.00
This is a very vintage Attendance and On-Time Plan for Beginners", Primary, and Junior Departments for Sunday Schools. It was published by Lamar & Barton Department of Sunday School Supplies in Nashville, Tennessee and has a copyright of 1918. Larmar & Barton also had locations in Dallas, Texas, and Richmond, Virginia.

The front side of this Attendance Plan features a picture of the old woman who lived in the shoe and her home, an old high-top brown shoe...

All Items : Advertising : Pre 1960 item #332913 (stock #Ad15)
Moments In Time
$6.50
This advertising duo comes from a September 1958 National Geographic Magazine.

The first side is an advertisement for Bell Telephone System. The message here is "It"s fun to phone". The ad invites you to take a break by making a phone call after a hectic day of washing dishes, making beds and other household chores. Of course, in 1958, how could we have ever imagined tele-marketers, caller I.D., call forwarding and other technologies that would have seemed like science-fiction back then...

All Items : Advertising : Pre 1960 item #332914 (stock #Ad28)
Moments In Time
$6.00
This advertising duo comes from a January 1958 National Geographic Magazine.

The first side is an advertisement for Bell Telephone System. The picture in the Ad was taken by the famous photographer, Ansel Adams. In the advertisement if tells about the private life of telephone representative, Vonna Shelton.

The reverse side is an ad for Remington Rand, Division Of Sperry Rand Corporation...

All Items : Postcards : Pre 1950 item #333507 (stock #Misc25)
Moments In Time
$12.00
This is a great postcard book of Black Hills, South Dakota - The Mountain Vacation Land. The lower right hand corner has "Mount Rushmore Memorial". The front also says "Chamber of Commerce, Rapid City, S.D." so maybe this was a tourist handout at the time.

Hard to believe the postage was only 1 1/2? to send a group of postcards. Note the very elegant handwriting on the address...

All Items : Advertising : Cars : Pre 1960 item #333512 (stock #Ad27)
Moments In Time
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This advertising duo comes from a January 1958 National Geographic Magazine.

The first side is an advertisement for the Cadillac Fleetwood automobile. The ad features gowns by designer, Nan Duskin.

The reverse side is an ad for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. The advertisement asks, "Will you "weather the winter" in good health?" It includes a list of suggestions to help you avoid respiratory infections.

The page measures 6 7/8" x 10" and is from a National Geographic...

All Items : Advertising : Pre 1960 item #333923 (stock #Ad25)
Moments In Time
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This advertising duo comes from a January 1958 National Geographic Magazine.

The first side is an advertisement for Diamonds from De Beers Consolidated Mines, Ltd. It states that (diamonds) are treasured beyond all other gifts...

All Items : Paper : Pre 1940 item #333934 (stock #Misc77)
Moments In Time
$7.00
This is very impressive diploma once you discover that it was issued for completion of elementary school.

The diploma is for Lucile Fields and was issued May 19, 1932, in Prairie View, Oklahoma - Seminole County. Jack Cannon was the County Superintendent and Orion Jennings was the teacher. There is a nice Oklahoma State Seal dated 1907 on the back side of the diploma.

The diploma is secured in an outer card-stock, brown folder by brown cord...

All Items : Books and Publications : Magazines : Pre 1980 item #334331 (stock #Mag35)
Moments In Time
$11.00
I am sure the feature article in this issue of Esquire Magazine will raise eyebrows. The main title is, "The Use and Abuse of Billy Graham."

Over a picture of Graham and his associates praying after a session with President Truman is the statement, "After an unpromising White House meeting, Truman ordered that Graham not be admitted anywhere near his vicinity ever again."

There are many pictures in this article of Graham with President Johnson, Presidenet Nixon and more...

All Items : Books and Publications : Magazines : Pre 1980 item #334338 (stock #Mag106)
Moments In Time
$12.00
This is a nice issue of Family Circle Magazine dated November 1976. It is an extra thick issue with lots of recipes, gift ideas, needle-work projects, and articles.

With our busy lives, the eight page "Easy Freeze-Ahead" cookbook, might be just the thing to ease the rush of your busy work day.

The front cover features the work of Erica Wilson - author of many needlework books...

All Items : Advertising : Pre 1960 item #334363 (stock #Ad13)
Moments In Time
$6.50
This advertising duo comes from a September 1958 National Geographic Magazine.

The first side is an advertisement for French Line cruises. It has a very nice picture showing life on board the cruise ship at night.

The reverse side is an advertisement for America Fore Loyalty Group. It shows two very serious men and the question, "Who will be your friend if trouble strikes?"

The page measures 6 7/8" x 10". It is in very good condition and ready for matting and framing - no rips or tears ...

All Items : Miscellaneous : Pre 1980 item #334366 (stock #Misc69)
Moments In Time
$7.00
Ah, MASH, we knew thee well! The first episode of Mash aired September 17, 1972, and continued for eleven seasons. The final episode aired February 28, 1983.

I found this print in a box of my own memorabilia I was going through to clean out. It is a page torn from an art magazine is on about a 24 lb. paper with a light texture to it. I have had it since the mid-70"s.

The print is excellent condition except for the wear shown where the page was torn from the magazine. A very small portio...

All Items : Advertising : Pre 1950 item #334367 (stock #Ad5)
Moments In Time
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This advertising duo comes from a March 1944 National Geographic Magazine.

The first side is an advertisement for General Electric FM Radio. It features Alfred Drake and Joan Roberts singing "Oh What A Beautiful Morning" turning the picture from black & white to color because FM radio brings you ALL the notes in glorious "Natural Color".

The reverse side is an advertisement for Argus International Industries, Inc. - Communications For Victory. This company made military aviation radio ...

All Items : Advertising : Pre 1950 item #334370 (stock #Ad2)
Moments In Time
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This advertising duo comes from a March 1944 National Geographic Magazine.

The first side is an advertisement for General Motors Diesel Power. There is a great picture of an 1865 Express Train. The ad talks about how the GM Diesel Motor is helping the war effort and how it will be be an economical power ready to do the hard jobs of peace.

The reverse side is an advertisement for Bell & Howell. the ad states, "It"s a Weapon - Soldier." The ad goes on to explain how the shovel can be used...

All Items : Character Collectibles : Cartoon : Pre 1960 item #334707 (stock #Cartoon1)
Moments In Time
$10.00
This is a wonderful, vintage cartoon by Gilbert Bundy. His worked appeared in a number of magazines including The Saturday Evening Post and Esquire Magazine. He not only did cartoons, but also was the artists for many advertisements in the 1940's and 1950's.

This cartoon is from an Esquire Magazine dated October, 1956. It features a very stylish woman in her attorney?s office. The attorney looks perplexed as the woman states, "If I didn?t need the alimony so much, I'd try for a reconci...

All Items : Books and Publications : Magazines : Pre 1970 item #335242 (stock #Mag32)
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This issue of Life features Part 4 of A Thousand Days written by historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. (Sorry, I do not have Parts 1, 2, or 3). Part 4: Life in the White House. How "White Housitis" affected J.F.K., his family and friends. Even though the parts leading up to this issue are missing, there are still many nice pictures of the President and his family with touching details into his life.

Another article titled A World Unique and Magnificent is about Mrs. Marjorie Merriweather ...

All Items : Books and Publications : Magazines : Pre 1970 item #335308 (stock #Mag28)
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This issue of Look Magazine features Part 3 of The Death Of A President by William Manchester. This part is titled Flight From Dallas. In it Mr. Manchester tells of the abrasive relationship between Kennedy and Johnson partisans during the hours aboard Air Force One.

Please check my other listings for Part 1 & Part 2 in this series. Sorry, I do not have Part 4.

I got a kick out of the AT&T advertisement where the man is annoyed because he has received a wrong number while in the shower. ...

 
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