Two women read while laying on bunk beds. They are identified as players with the Shepherd of the Hills Theater. Many dress costumes hang on the closet door and are draped across the top of the bunk.
In this advertisement by the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, a woman is depicted doing a yoga headstand and talking on the telephone to another woman (inset) in the same pose. The tagline “Reach out. Reach out and touch someone” is shown on the bottom with additional text that read: Feeling fit, and all’s right […]
Helen Dortch Longstreet worked as a riveter during World War II. Employed as a war worker at Bell Aircraft plant in Atlanta, Georgia, Helen was the widow of General James Longstreet – who participated in Civil War battles such as the Second Bull Run, Chickamauga, Antietam, and Gettysburg. If you’re trying to figure out how […]
Every generation has a fad or two. Those things that youngsters do because everyone else is doing it. Perhaps they squish themselves into telephone booths or flagpole sitting. During the Great Depression, a bizarre fad became popular across the United States. A fad that preyed upon the desperation of many: dance marathons. Dance marathons don’t […]