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Foxes in the Henhouse: 1938

Foxes in the Henhouse: 1938

September 1938. "Children buying groceries in co-op store. Greenbelt, Maryland." Medium format negative by Marion Post Woolcott. View full size.


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Cheez Its

It's interesting to me that the only product still branded as Sunshine is Cheez It. Here branded as Edgemont.

Kits on the prowl

This is an awesome shot. Great photo, an the title of the photo makes it even better. Someone definitely needs to colorize this photo!

The diet killer

I think I gained two pounds just from studying this photo.

Colorize, please

Someone please colorize this! I had a sundress just like that in pink seersucker with dark pink trim.

Desperate times

I'd have been hanging out in the cookie aisle too if all Mama had put in the basket was soap, coffee, green beans, celery, and eighty-five bananas.

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