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only-for-teddy-girls-and-rockers:

I need this.

only-for-teddy-girls-and-rockers:

I need this.

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artisticstuffetc:

Something Artistic Blog Joanna Kosinska
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artisticstuffetc:

Something Artistic Blog Joanna Kosinska
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Posted 3 days ago with 327 notes
1950sunlimited:

Far out teenage space party !! 1960s

1950sunlimited:

Far out teenage space party !! 1960s

Posted 3 days ago with 1007 notes
1950sunlimited:

Trick-or Treat! c.1956-61


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1950sunlimited:

Trick-or Treat! c.1956-61

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Posted 1 week ago with 596 notes
burleskateer:


She’s a Bundle of Terrific Curves in Action!
Dorian Dennis appears in the pages of an unidentified 50’s-era Men’s Mag..

burleskateer:

She’s a Bundle of Terrific Curves in Action!

Dorian Dennis appears in the pages of an unidentified 50’s-era Men’s Mag..

Posted 1 week ago with 1298 notes

midcenturymodernfreak:

Meet The NAUGA!

In the 1960s, the United States Rubber Company (Uniroyal) introduced the world to their discovery of a supple synthetic leather substitute called Naugahyde, primarily for use as an auto seating leatherette material.  It made its debut on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Their brilliant “Mad Men" advertising idea was to create a fictional creature called the NAUGA from which the Nauga "hyde" was harvested. Needless to say, it was a huge hit. - Via: 1 | 2

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bijoux-et-mineraux:

Chalcoalumite with Malachite and Azurite - Holbrook Shaft, Copper Queen Mine, Bisbee, Warren Dist., Cochise Co., Arizona

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Chalcoalumite with Malachite and Azurite - Holbrook Shaft, Copper Queen Mine, Bisbee, Warren Dist., Cochise Co., Arizona

(Source: exceptionalminerals.com)