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Atari Game Manuals

I would like to have played more videogame in my childhood. Just a vaguely thought, based on my knowledge of the games of this set of Atari Game Manuals, with 103 images. I know several by the name, just by … Continue reading

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Vintage Children’s Books Scans by Martin Klasch

P-E Fronning, from Martin Klasch blog, uploaded scanned images of three lovely books at his Flickr set Children’s Books. His last addition to the set was Jim, Jock and Jumbo, a children’s book published in New York in 1946. The … Continue reading

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Vintage Brazilian Ads

As I said a while ago, it isn’t easy find good sites about vintage Brazilian culture and ephemera. Happily this has been changing in the last years and many sites to preserve this memory appeared. A very good example of … Continue reading

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Ticket to Ride

For many time trains were symbol of modernity: the trains changed the world, made the distances smaller, they turned into reality several impossible dreams. And after them the tramways (called bondes in Brazil), had a huge importance in the cities … Continue reading

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AdClassix

Manuel, from Coisas do arco da velha knows how to make a woman happy. He sent me chocolates! A whole gallery with images of vintage advertising prints of Candy Gum and Chocolate – yummy and cool. And that’s only one … Continue reading

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America in Caricature 1765 – 1865

Political Cartoons of the Lilly Library: America in Caricature 1765 – 1865. The caricatures depict times of turbulence in American history and range in date from the Revolutionary War to the War of 1812 and to the presidential elections of … Continue reading

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Children’s Book Illustrators Gallery

It’s Sunday and most of you have the whole day free, so I will try to keep you busy with Children’s Book Illustrators Gallery. The amazing gallery contains more than 2000 scanned images of vintage children’s books, the “Golden Age … Continue reading

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Posters of Japanese Labor and Social Movement

OISR.ORG Poster Exhibition: Images of Japanese Labor and Social Movement in the Post-1945 Japan, is a great on-line exhibition by the Ohara Institute for Social Research. Hundreds of vintage posters of confederations, industry federations and enterprise unions, Mayday and youths, … Continue reading

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Cartoon America

James Arthur Wood, Jr., began collecting original cartoon art as a childhood hobby. And many years later we have the pleasure to see 102 selected drawing of his collection in the exhibition Cartoon America. A tiny part of his cartoon … Continue reading

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Bestiaire du Moyen Âge

I don’t know about you, but bestiaries always amuse me. It’s incredible see how the imagination of artists work, registering the images of animals very known of us and imaginary creature very diffuse in the Medieval age through manuscripts as … Continue reading

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