Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York, 1954
EDWARD PFIZENMAIER (B. 1926)Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York, 1954gelatin silver print, printed later signed, titled and dated in pencil and stamped photographer's copyright credit (verso)image: 13½ x 10 in. (34.3 x 25.5 cm.)sheet: 14 x 11 in. (35.7 x 28 cm.)
City of Paris 1951 Christmas Tree
"City of Paris" was a San Francisco, California department store. The store closed in 1972 after more than 100 years in business. In 1982 a new Neimann Marcus store that incorporated the elaborate dome from the original City of Paris store opened on the site of the old store. This is a Photo Post Card on Kodak Paper. Facts about the City of Paris 1951 Christmas Tree are printed on the back of the postcard: Measures more tha 50 feet high, erected as it comes from the forest. Adorned with 4000…
Old Fashioned Christmas Tree - 1940's style - OldHouseGuy Blog
Old fashioned Christmas tree 1940's. Old fashioned Christmas decorations. The Christmas tree itself is more important than Christmas ornaments.
Flowers for Royal Weddings
I am going to guesstimate that the year was, oh I'd say 1978 or so... but anyway, what's up with that tree??? It looks like it's about to fly away. I don't know where we got this one from, but those bottom limbs are too much. Oh well, it left plenty of room for presents to go underneath. Somebody did a good job on the tinsel, however. Also, it looks like sports/workout wear was really in that year along with curly perms and feathered hair! Let's start a new countdown shall we, how about…