…..Rose Parade 1939 02


Rose Parade 1939 02, originally uploaded by anyjazz65.

I found this gem in anyjazz65 flicker photo stream…. The Rose Parade back in 1939…. Seventy years ago the world was just as interesting a place as it is today…

This photo is taken as the Second World War was on in Europe…. back home in America, this is what some things cost if you had money to spend…

How Much things cost in 1938
Average Cost of new house $3,900.00
Average wages per year $1,730.00
Cost of a gallon of Gas 10 cents
Average Cost for house rent $27.00 per month
A loaf of Bread 9 cents
A LB of Hamburger Meat 13 cents
Average Price for new car $763.00
Blanket $5.00
Liptons Noodle Soup 10 Cents

Thank you anyjazz65 for sharing this gem with us…. Tiandra

Lucille And Katsy 1932

Lucille And Katsy 1932, originally uploaded by snorkeldaddy.

If you are looking for a wonderful ride into yester year.. then you will want to visit the photostream of one snorkeldaddy….. just click on this photo and you will find yourself traveling as far back as the civil war… now how is that for time travel.. most wonderful i would say…!

Thank you snorkeldaddy for sharing this gem as well as all the other wonderful material you have in your photostream….. tiandra..

Pan American “Carribean Clipper” 1930s

Pan American “Carribean Clipper” 1930s, originally uploaded by born1945.

Pan American “Carribean Clipper” 1930s

This aircraft is a Sikorsky S-40 “Flying Forest.” Sikorsky made 3 of these aircraft for Pan Am. They were used on the Miami to Panama run in the 1930s.

Thank you born1945 for sharing this gem with us… tiandra..

A new set of radials!

A new set of radials!, originally uploaded by anyjazz65.

A new set of radials!

Leaving the Goodyear tire store. (upper right)

(anyjazz65)

I found this gem in anyjazz65’s photostream…. great click..!

i am not sure what make this beauty is.. but over time i am sure we will get a visit from somebody who knows….

Thank you anyjazz65 for sharing this treasure with us… tiandra…

winsteads camera delivery

winsteads camera delivery, originally uploaded by bunaen.

The photo was most likely taken by one of the Winstead Brothers (the proprietors) or by my Dad, the nephew and son of the Winstead Brothers)…….(bunaen)

You just have to love these classic photos…. so many wonderful adventures in life have been had by us… most delightful..

Thank you bunaen for sharing this treasure with us… tiandra…

Uncle Elmer Lamb’s 1934 truck fleet+

Uncle Elmer Lamb’s 1934 truck fleet+, originally uploaded by Uncle Jerry in Golden Valley, AZ.

Uncle Elmer Lamb’s 1934 truck fleet+

My Uncle was doing fairly well during the depression. He drove trucks to KY coal mines & loaded up & sold it in Dayton Ohio. That way he cut out a couple of middlemen & could sell for less….(Uncle Jerry in Golden Valley)….

Thank you Uncle Jerry in Golden Valley for sharing this gem with us… tiandra…

São Paulo – Praça do Patriarca – c.1930

São Paulo – Praça do Patriarca – c.1930, originally uploaded by Meu Bairro Meu País.

I found this gem in the delightful photostream of Meu Bairro Meu País… love the whole feel of this one.. from the traffic to the buidlings and shdows… wow…

Thank you Meu Bairro Meu País .. for sharing this treasure with us.. tiandra…

…1937 PLYMOUTH (In Color).

1937 PLYMOUTH (In Color)., originally uploaded by Frank Lavigne.

1937 PLYMOUTH (In Color).

20 Cents Brown and 25 Cents The rest. Vintage hand-tinted 5×7 photographs. Guess the car ??….

I just love Frank Lavigne’s photostream… i have gone to visit Frank so many times this weekend… so yes.. Frank you are the third reason i am doing a classic blog… i so want to share some of these wonderful treasures…

Frank.. this one is a real gem.. i have studied it at length…. ohhh.. 7 or 8 times.. now… it gets better each time… and i was thrilled with the first visit… they have their whole life ahead of them… i hope their dreams came true.. i know there are a lot of dark days in life… but if they had a few little ones… who grew up onto wonderful adults… then i would say their dream came true…

Thank you Frank for sharing this treasure with us… tiandra…