Time Capsules

By Ed Enochs | Remember that time...? A throwback to styles and tastes throughout the past decades... Whether its toys, clothes, television shows, cars, brand names, shoes, music (albums vs. cassettes), furniture, or video games, anything Retro, Vintage, or Classic I can find, I will try to publish in this magazine...

RIP: Remember Prince’s Musical Legacy With Vintage Photos, Videos & Interviews

As the reality of Prince’s death sinks deep into the hearts of his fans from all the world, there’s a sense of collective greiving that music lovers …

1950s Chase & Sanborn Coffee advertisement.

Bad Girls — pulp fiction artwork by James Alfred Meese, 1958

Elizabeth Taylor

Suzy Parker, 1955

Jerry Lewis

A record party for one, 1950s.

Marilyn Monroe in ‘The Seven Year Itch’, 1955.

Elizabeth Taylor

Propaganda art for WWII Victory Gardens

"Grow Vitamins At Your Kitchen Door"<p>Credit: Library of Congress<p>World War I<p>Credit: Library of Congress<p>"Our Food Is Fighting"<p>Credit: Northwestern …

Texas

Here's What New Coke Tasted Like

It was, TIME declared, “like putting a miniskirt on the refurbished Statue of Liberty.”<p>Thirty years ago, on April 23, 1985, Coca-Cola announced that …

Coca-Cola

JFK: A Look Back

Fifty years ago, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was slain by a madman’s bullet. The assassination of the popular and debonair young president was unimaginable and plunged the United States into despair and paranoia. To this day, despite the findings of the Warren Commission, many people think that Lee …

Finishing touches. #911Museum http://t.co/oWPfl0JTRU

FDR outsmarts them all: Henry Ford, Joseph Kennedy, Charles Lindbergh and the American entrance into World War II - Salon.com

Joseph P. Kennedy was not alone in thinking that if Roosevelt won a third term he would take Americans into war. In his opening election address, even vice presidential candidate Henry A. Wallace summed up the difference between the president and Wendell Willkie by saying that the Republicans were …

History

The Oldest Known Photographs of a U.S. President

... was actually not a big deal at all, according to the president who sat for it.<p>The first photograph of a sitting United States president was taken of William Henry Harrison on March 4, 1841. The new executive had just delivered his inaugural speech—the outdoor address now most remembered …

Possibly the oldest photograph of a human being surfaces online

PARIS, Nov. 7 (UPI) -- The oldest photograph to capture a human being from 1838 by Louis Daguerre has surfaced online.<p>The photo has been seen before …

Paris

La Dolce Vita: The Best Vintage Photos of Sophia Loren

Vintage

Allure of vintage theme parks | CNN Travel

Vintage

Woman war worker in a woman's boarding house listening to a murder mystery on the radio. Author: Esther Bubley. Washington DC, January 1943. More of her photos: http://secondat.blogspot.com/2009/06/esther-bubley.html Worth seeing! #OldRadio #TubeRadio #radio #photo #photography #OldPhoto #Washington #USA

GameCube Controller Bundle to be Offered With Smash Bros.

Nintendo will release a <i>Super Smash Bros. for Wii U</i> bundle that includes the game, a GameCube <i>Super Smash Bros.</i> marked controller and a GameCube …

Nintendo Wii

International Velvet

They've extended their horizons further than the customary three chords and some home truths...<p>[a]Sleeper[/a]’s first law of female-fronted bands …

Road Rage

An original ad for the theatrical release of #StarWars outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre in 1977.

First Preview of @BulletsOverBway !!!! So excited; I feel like Princess Leia in this picture: http://t.co/OsubwulWNy

Top 10 Defining Moments of 1970s America

The first Winter #Olympics, held in Chamonix, France. 1924. - http://t.co/zMdiXAAzVN

Collection Spotlight: WWII United News Newsreels

During World War II, in the summer of 1942, the United States government started a branch known as the Office of War Information (OWI) whose role was …

Women of Steel: LIFE With Female Factory Workers in World War II

Women laborers clear tracks of spilled materials, Gary, Ind. 1943.<br>Margaret Bourke-White—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Imag<p>1 of 24<p>The character of …

Women's History