clarilelemike:

bossa:

Mound City Blue Blowers - St. Louis Blues (1929) via harryoakley.

(via Great Moments In Kazoo History)

No one appreciates the kazoo/overturned suitcase bands these days.

clarilelemike:

"It’s always ‘uke’ time!"

clarilelemike:

"It’s always ‘uke’ time!"

(Source: ukulelesunanimous)

catsandjammer:

Buster Keaton plays solitaire. (The Frozen North)
— from Exhibitors Herald, July 8, 1922

catsandjammer:

Buster Keaton plays solitaire. (The Frozen North)

— from Exhibitors Herald, July 8, 1922

whataboutbobbed:

pioneering American aviatrix Elinor Smith presents the first parachute dog during a major air meet on August 7, 1932

whataboutbobbed:

pioneering American aviatrix Elinor Smith presents the first parachute dog during a major air meet on August 7, 1932

akurtzbrand:

greatestgeneration
US. Navy Soldier Plays Golf

akurtzbrand:

greatestgeneration

US. Navy Soldier Plays Golf

(Source: soulofgolf)

saisonciel:

Gaby Deslys and Harry Pilcer by Foulsham & Banfield, 1910s

saisonciel:

Gaby Deslys and Harry Pilcer by Foulsham & Banfield, 1910s

(Source: npg.org.uk)

Shrimp Boats (A Comin’ - There’s Dancin’ Tonight)
Words and Music by Paul Mason Howard and Paul Weston
As recorded by Jo Stafford
Copyright 1951 Walt Disney Music Company

Shrimp Boats (A Comin’ - There’s Dancin’ Tonight)

Words and Music by Paul Mason Howard and Paul Weston

As recorded by Jo Stafford

Copyright 1951 Walt Disney Music Company

A postcard showing Boston’s Old City Hall on School Street
Postmarked December 18, 1913

A postcard showing Boston’s Old City Hall on School Street

Postmarked December 18, 1913

I See The Moon
Words and Music by Meredith Wilson
As recorded by The Mariners
Copyright 1953 Plymouth Music Company

I See The Moon

Words and Music by Meredith Wilson

As recorded by The Mariners

Copyright 1953 Plymouth Music Company

  

Recorded in 1914.

Aba, daba, daba, daba, daba, daba, dab

Means Monk, I love but you

Baba, daba, dab in monkey talk

Means Chimp, I love you, too

demons:

An airman smiles for the camera with a baby magpie perched on his cap, on the deck of the troopship which was transporting him back to England from France; The magpie was the troopship’s mascot.

demons:

An airman smiles for the camera with a baby magpie perched on his cap, on the deck of the troopship which was transporting him back to England from France; The magpie was the troopship’s mascot.

(Source: iwm.org.uk)

Wheel of Fortune
Words and Music by Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss
Copyright 1952 Laurel Music Corporation

Wheel of Fortune

Words and Music by Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss

Copyright 1952 Laurel Music Corporation

gloriaswanson:

Olivia de Havilland getting final touch ups on the set of Gone With the Wind, 1939

gloriaswanson:

Olivia de Havilland getting final touch ups on the set of Gone With the Wind, 1939

bobspostcards:

Zena Dare
British postcard by Rotary Photo E.C., no. 4500 D. Photo: Foulsham & Banfield. The postcard was sent by mail in 1907.

bobspostcards:

Zena Dare

British postcard by Rotary Photo E.C., no. 4500 D. Photo: Foulsham & Banfield. The postcard was sent by mail in 1907.