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Wearing a gown to listen to the radio? Harriet needs to get a life. And a real mirror to hang over her Bendix radio.
Found at sallyedelstein.
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Posted at 10:07 PM in Advertising from the 1940s, Vintage Ads, Vintage Electronics Advertising | Permalink
1946 Bendix radio
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This gave me a chuckle. In the 40s you wore a gown to listen to the radio. In the 60s women wore cocktail dresses and men wore suits to party in the basement rec room - I have proof in our photo album!
26 August 2011 at 01:54 AM
I was thinking the same thing as Liz. She seems really dressed up just to be listening to the radio - alone. You hope she has some guests coming over or something, otherwise it looks like of pathetic.
31 August 2011 at 03:31 PM
Good question... Where is that mirror and what is she looking at?
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07 December 2011 at 12:16 AM
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