Regular readers will know that we are currently trotting our way through the various archive collections available via the Flickr Commons initiative. This week we have arrived at the Internet Archive of Book Images and, in particular, an illustration from the 1882 volume "Breeder and Sportsman" which is advertising air cushion rubber pads. So for Sepia Saturday 263 - post your posts on or around Saturday 24th January 2015 - we invite the themers amongst you to look out your old photographs which feature adverts, horses, carts or any variety of strange and curious objects.
Before you canter off in the direction of your weekly Sepia Saturday post, cast an eye over what is to come in the next couple of weeks.
264 : Coastline, aerial photographs, looking down on things
265 : Arts, crafts, potters and classrooms
That is all for the future. We don't want any slipping. Get out your air cushion pads, post your post and then link it to the list below. Order by name - and the name is Sepia Saturday.
Getting in a but early, but it's my first time so hopefully it works OK :)
After a gap of some weeks, hhis theme fitted in so well with some recently acquired photos of horses and billboards.
Hello all, I don't manage to join in every week, but I always enjoy it when I do. Thanks for having me! Barbara
I have ads for folding delivery boxes.
snowing hard in Yorkshire tonight.This inspired my post.
The Old Gray Mare, She Ain't What She Used To Be!
I'm returning after a long silence of refocusing what my blog was about. I had lost sight of it, but I'm happy to say I'm now found again! :-)
One of my distant ancestors is mentioned in an ad.
The more things change, the more they stay the same! Here's some 1923 advertisements for products we still use today!
Cricket themed adverts from 1971.
A family photo of a perfect cart, or is is a trap?
A woman's magazine from 1939 - ads, serials and articles.
My dad's ads....
Advertisements for Pink Pills for Pale People.
I surprised myself and found something after all. A heading and column from a 1894 issue of The Freeman with a column of people searching for their lost relatives from slave days.
For this weekend I have a remarkable double story of a horse and a boys band.
Scrapbook Post, has some advertising wrappers in it.
By hook or by crook ... I finally decided what to write about this week, and hope that a few people will read it, despite my tardiness.
Got it done before the end of the weekend, despite spending too much time watching the Australian Open:)
My post is a bit late but there's no horsing around, lol. BTW I'm not a robot!
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