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A simply wonderful post from member +Tom Brydon showing us the original Brown Derby Restaurant in California.
As a child I was fascinated at the thought of people eating inside of a hat.
The Wiltshire Blvd Brown Derby, Los Angeles 1955.
This is the original one that opened in 1926. There was actually two in LA - a second one opened in Hollywood.
Both were named after a popular New York state restaurant.
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Member +Steve Hart shared a Political Cartoon from the 60's. Now that's Vintage Recycling at it's best, If Steve had not divulged the date I would have thought this was about today's news. Nothing new under the sun, is it?
Another 1968 political cartoon by Herblock
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That tree in Brooklyn gets around.
#streetart in Brooklyn, NYC, USA,
by artist Pejac
(for The L.I.S.A. Project NYC).
Photo by Jaime Rojo (brooklynstreetart.com).
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Who remembers these? There was one at the crosswalk of my grade school back in the 60s.

With thanks to Member +Tom Brydon for sharing.
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As always, member +Tom Brydon shares with a link that will tell you just who Baby Leroy was. (and the car is cool too)
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Member +Laurent Truillet shared a postcard photo of a very old Sunday market in Liège (Belgium), where I understand that this kind of market is still held. I think it must be wonderful to see, and shop!
And, if you like old postcards of Belgium, here is a link to a friend of Laurent's where he suggests you will find many like this.
http://users.belgacom.net/cwarzee/
A Sunday market in Liège (Belgium) a hundred years ago.
Who would want to buy all this junk ?
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What do you get when you take a photograph of two Picassos and car?
The answer is a slice of history. Thank you to member +Tom Brydon for sharing this.
Pablo Picasso and his son Paulo with a 1930 Hispano-Suiza Type H6B.

photo by Henri Binder, 1953
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This is a very cool Promotional post from the 70s that tells us about Esso becoming Exxon.
Thanks to member +Trucker Kev The Paid Tourist
Neat..I never knew..Just a cool little piece
And for yrs Exxon and Mobil together.
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Now that's what I call interactive art. : )
#streetart in Sacramento, CA, USA,
by artist Maren Conrad.
Photo by Maren Conrad.
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Bansky one more time
#streetart in NYC, USA,
by artist Banksy.
Photo by @Just_a_spectator.
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