1. Tashkent, Uzbekistan from Journey Across Russia: The Soviet Union Today, 1977

     

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  2. Photo by Jack Malaise, 1968

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  3. From the Fall/Winter 1976 issue of American Home Crafts

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  4. 1962 advertisement

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  5. This day in history, from We Came in Peace, 1969

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  6. From the Fall 1970 Butterick catalog

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  7. Anonymous said: Who is the girl posing with the double acid wash denim, white shirt, and big feathered hair with tan skin?

    I’m not sure. The book the image came from (Denim to Die For) did not list its models. 

     

  8. William Herbert Carruth’s “Each in His Own Tongue”, 1925 edition

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  9. From the Fall/Winter 1963 issue of Vogue Knits

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  10. Needlepoint design from the Fall/Winter 1976 issue of American Home Crafts

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