Vintage Miscellany – January 21, 2018

Someone’s photography practice produced a delightful record of a woman at her sewing machine. It was taken on June 25, 1932, and I could tell you the camera settings the photographer used. Unfortunately, I don’t know who she is, nor where the photo was taken. It’s interesting to see what was and was not important to someone all those years ago. Today, the who and the where would tell us much more than the how.

And now for some news…


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3 responses to “Vintage Miscellany – January 21, 2018

  1. And about that photo (continuing the Instagram discussion). I would like to know if she made her cotton dress, where she got the fabric, and what color it was. We all can dream….


  2. Okay, personally, the best use of 5 dollars depends on if I’m hungry or ready for some culture. Being an adult means I can make the choice that is best for me. It’s just silly to get so upset over the commercial that you have to “pull over”. Granted it was tasteless, as so many commercials are, but let’s not blow it out of proportion, people.


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