History By Zim has been slowly branching out. When I first started the website in July 2011, it was with the intention of having just the website. Shortly after the Twitter page began. I realized a few months later that Pinterest would also be a great resource, so that was added. The Facebook page came about almost a year ago and has been gaining speed. Now History By Zim has branched out into a whole new arena – merchandise and apparel. History By Zim’s store is over on CafePress and, as of now, is stocked with History By Zim t-shirts, mugs, magnets/stickers, tote bags and more. Within the next couple of weeks, I plan to branch out with other products utilizing historic quotes, images and original photography.
- Roller skating, ca. 1905 — Share the History Love... Portrait of a man in roller skates around 1905. Share the History Love... [...]
- Reading comics while waiting for a parade, 1946 — Share the History Love... Young women, wearing paper hats, sit on the curb reading comics while waiting for 1946 Aquatennial parade to start in Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1946. Share the History Love... [...]
- Playing volleyball on stilts, 1934 — Share the History Love... Four young women playing volleyball on stilts at the beach in Venice, California, 1934. Share the History Love... [...]
- Archbishop racing Sisters in paddleboats, 1952 — Share the History Love... Archbishop Cushing races Sister of the Divine Providence in paddleboats at Norumbega Park at outing for girls from Camp Mishannock in August 1952. Share the History Love... [...]
- Demonstrating “parabiking,” 1937 — Share the History Love... Dorothy Willis demonstrates “parabiking” shortly after it was introduced to the San Antonio area, August 1937. Share the History Love... [...]