General Motors LocoMotives, Engine Inlet Water Temperature Gauge Gage, Fahrenheit
Measuring the approximate size and condition.
Predominate Color: silver Material: metal - plastic chrystal Weight of Item Only: 8oz Longest Length: 3-½“ Diameter: 3 ” Maker: GM LocoMotives Location: found in IL Dating: 1950-60s Condition: good vintage condition, Tested on my water Faucet to see needle move
This is a vintage chalkware Bosson Head Brettonne woman wall hanging wall plaque.The head measures 5 and 1/2 inches high by 7 inches wide and is 3 and 1/2 inches deep. The back is stamped with the Bosson logo and the hanging divot is in tact.The color and detail on this head are really vivid and there are no chips on the face. There is a flake on the bottom right lace part of the collar. This head was produced from 1984 to 1992. I just love the cheery expression and detail on her face! This is a wonderful addition to any Bosson collection! Free shipping is available for destinations within the continental United States. For more photos and info click here!
Slate Magazine (blog) The Gender-Bending History of the High Heel Slate Magazine (blog) Heels—deemed the epitome of female irrationality and superficiality—went out of fashion for a very, very long time.
"The war is usually seen through military eyes. However, it could not have been won without the efforts of millions of women. They proved what they could do – what took a great deal longer was to convince everyone that they should do it."
‘Fighting on the Home Front: The Legacy of Women in WorldWar One’ by Kate Adie, (Hodder & Stoughton)
World War I changed women’s life forever; in terms of status, class, position and what was acceptable for a woman to wear. Fashion changed with the innovation of women being required to do men’s work. The corset disappeared and trousers became a norm.
Repurposing old windows and doors in the garden is a brilliant idea! Why throw something away when it can be given a second chance at life? Empress of Dirt has collected some terrific ideas and pictures on how the garden.