This four wheel scooter could be considered the forerunner to the two wheel version or to what eventually became today's skateboard.
These light cardboard hand fans showed several advertisers and advertised "The fifty-third annual excursion of the Paterson Grocers' Association to Rye Beach and an evening sail up he beautiful Long Island Sound 0n August 21st, 1940." Tickets for adults were $1.50, half price for children.
This booklet copyrighted 1933 by Church & Dwight Co., Inc., N.Y., a company established in 1846, contained 27 pages of "Facts worth knowing about Arm & Hammer and Cow Brand Baking Soda as a proved medicinal agent". It included instructions for using bicarbonate of soda for everything from Acidosis to Weed Poisoning
Tea bags were once sold in handy tin containers that became useful for storing small household items.
The ice box was common prior to electricity. This ice box was manufactured by the D. Eddy & Sons Company of Boston Mass. The company was established in 1847 and remained in business through 1906. Ice was provided by the "ice man" who, in the winter, harvested large pieces of ice from nearby lakes and [...]