by Lynne Rostochil In case you don’t know it by now, one of my very favorite mid century publications is Living For Young Homemakers magazine, which was always full of great architecture and design and which was around all through the 1950s but sadly folded into the much less sassy McCall’s in 1961. While looking […]
by Lynne Rostochil There’s nothing more fun than looking through ’50s ephemera and this brochure distributed by local members of the Nation Wide Business Builders in 1953 is one of my favorites. Click a photo to enlarge each image and enjoy all of the eye candy you’ll find!
by Lynne Rostochil, photos from the OPUBCO collection at the History Center, Oklahoma Historical Society, Kynda Houara, and Russell Pace, Jr. Ads from The Oklahoman archives. We’ve had such an interesting conversation on the Okie Mod Squad page on Facebook about Penn Square that I thought I’d put all of that info together with vintage […]