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History & Popular Culture:
U. S.: 19th C.,
- United States: Nineteenth Century
- United States: Twentieth Century
- United States: Impeachment
- United States: General
- World: General
- Urban Legends
- Dead People Server
("images and database information for over 7,000 advertisements
printed in U.S. and Canadian newspapers and magazines between
1911 and 1955" at the John W. Hartman Center for Sales,
Advertising, and Marketing History in Duke University's Rare
Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library.
Highly recommended ).
- AdCritic.com ("All
Ads, All The Time"): an archive of TV commercials.
(cookie-spewing site, offering database of print ads from the
1940s to the present)
History of Costume by Braun & Schneider (text and
illustrations from book published c.1861-80; an invaluable
resource, highly recommended)
- Tom Dalzell's Flappers
2 Rappers: American Youth Slang (Merriam-Webster)
- Richard Polt's The
Classic Typewriter Page
- American Highway
Project ("Photographic Documentation of America's Vanishing
the People, For the People: Posters from the WPA, 1936-1943
(Library of Congress's American
Fuller's Dymaxion House (at the Henry
Ford Museum & Greenfield Village)
- Atomic Magazine ("The Essential Guide to Retro Culture")
- Conelrad: All Things
- RETRO (magazine
of "classic popular culture of the first three-fourths of the
- Jim Lowe's Vot Der
Dumboozle?--Popular Culture Excavation Site
Sites, compiled by Steve Badlwin
- The Wayback
Machine (offers "a digital library of Internet sites and
other cultural artifacts in digital form")
- The Mentos FAQ
- Air Sickness Bag
Museum, curated by Steven J. Silberberg
(links on the "Visual Arts:
Farnsworth Chronicles (read about the man who invented
Museum of Television & Radio
- William P. Gottlieb's Photographs
from the Golden Age of Jazz (American Memory Web, Library
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