Famous Irish pilot from the early days of flying, Lady S. Mary Heath

Famous Irish pilot from the early days of flying, Lady S. Mary Heath

Cigarette ad from 1919, and as the bit about how they won the war is hard to read I enlarged it below the main image. 

thehappysorceress:

Hercule Poirot by Adam Brown

thehappysorceress:

Hercule Poirot by Adam Brown

Flying Aces from 1931… they dropped the swastika logo shortly after the early 30s.

Flying Aces from 1931… they dropped the swastika logo shortly after the early 30s.

Flying Aces was a magazine that was published from 1928 to 1945, first as a pulp and later as a slick paper magazine.
Along with two of  the early examples of text superheroes, Capt. Strange the “Brain Devil” a psychic pilot and Richard Knight also known as “Q” a blind pilot who could see at night, both written by Donald E. Keyhoe.

Flying Aces was also the home of a popular fan club that along with stationary and buttons and the like went that extra mile and did things like arrange meetings between the young members and members of the Army Air Corp. And while the magazine has been history for almost 70 years there are still active Flying Aces Clubs to be found!

Flying Aces was a magazine that was published from 1928 to 1945, first as a pulp and later as a slick paper magazine.

Along with two of  the early examples of text superheroes, Capt. Strange the “Brain Devil” a psychic pilot and Richard Knight also known as “Q” a blind pilot who could see at night, both written by Donald E. Keyhoe.

Flying Aces was also the home of a popular fan club that along with stationary and buttons and the like went that extra mile and did things like arrange meetings between the young members and members of the Army Air Corp. And while the magazine has been history for almost 70 years there are still active Flying Aces Clubs to be found!

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"Beep Beep Richie!"
Or “All the cereal floats down here, it all floats, come down here and you can float too!?”

(via RIP Cereals: 34 Parts of A Complete Breakfast That Are No Longer With Us | Stuff You Should Know)

"Beep Beep Richie!"

Or “All the cereal floats down here, it all floats, come down here and you can float too!?”

estoriasdacarochinha:


Little Red Riding Hood by May Smith by totallymystified on Flickr.
From The Story Wonder Book, 1937.

estoriasdacarochinha:

Little Red Riding Hood by May Smith by totallymystified on Flickr.

From The Story Wonder Book, 1937.

Vintage Budget Book (by HA! Designs - Artbyheather)

Vintage Budget Book (by HA! Designs - Artbyheather)

Cookbook written by Countess Festetich (by elinor04)

Cookbook written by Countess Festetich (by elinor04)

turnbacktimeedwardian:

Clarice Mayne by Bassano - 1910s

turnbacktimeedwardian:

Clarice Mayne by Bassano - 1910s

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