Columbia Tape & Record Club ad, circa 1970s.
Jackie Gleason, Art Carney, and Audrey Meadows on the set of The Honeymooners, February 1956. Still one of the greatest shows in TV history, and still funny.
If you can lift this ancient VCR, you don’t need to Jazzercise.
I hope you enjoyed the gallery of Sears catalog covers I posted recently, because we're really going to get into it now. I've been combing through some classic catalogs of yesteryear to bring you the most interesting images of how people looked and lived back in the day. So here's some galleries from the Spring/Summer 1958 Sears catalog, arranged by area of interest. Images may take a few seconds to load. To see the full collection -- including full-size pictures -- from 1958 and other years, check out my Sears Catalog Museum. (Sorry fellas, no bras or panties in this gallery.) Women's Fashion Children's Fashion Men's Fashion Electronics & Appliances Sports & Games Home Decor Everything Else Random Neat Images
Alright, I'm probably stretching the definition of "vintage" pretty thin here. But here's the thing -- even though this magazine (found in a Best Western in Quakertown, PA just last year) was published in 1996, it sure seems like a lifetime ago. That's because even more than clothes or hairstyles, few things can almost instantly date a publication like images of current technology. Don't believe me? Well here's just a sampling of the pictures and ads scattered throughout the 1996 Best Western/AT&T Business Resource Guide, a publication for the modern executive on the go...into a time warp. (for fun slideshow action, click here) (more…)