Homes of Individuality for Today’s Homemakers, 1955, National Plan Service, Inc. Mr. Roger is drooling! You can see this marvelous mid-century home plans book in its entirety online. It’s a must see for any retro-loving “homemaker”! Visit Internet Archives and peruse to your heart’s content!
MontaMower ad from May 1951 Popular Mechanics It’s so easy to operate, you don’t even break a sweat (and no need to change out of your party dress)!
Actually it’s Tuna Time! And if you act now (and send in $1.50 with 2 can labels), you can get, not 1, but 4 beautiful salad forks from Holland! Source: Chatelaine, July 1963
Note to self: Idea for housewarming gifts. Carole Landis with Farmhouse Hat, 1943
Happy spring, friends! Watch out for butterflies!
Perfect for Seattlites stuck in the cloud-covered Pacific Northwest all winter. We could use one of these in the office…
Is that Velma from Scooby Doo on the car phone?
Mr. Roger wants you to have a 1950s-style “retro-tastic” Valentine’s Day! Without “eye” shadow of a doubt, you’re a masterpiece. Be mine, Valentine!
The king of revelry holidays is approaching! Mardi Gras, friends! Get your masks and beads out, it’s time to celebrate! Enjoy a few images from The Big Easy in the 1950s.
New Year’s Resolutions…which one should Mr. Roger pick? #1 OR #2 Images from 1951-1952 “Highlights for Children” magazine via retronaut.com