I admit I did very little specifically typewriter-ish to celebrate ITAM, but I did get 2 new typewriters this month, and fixed one of ’em up. I also typed, if not every day, then a sizeable minority of them. Every day is ITAD to me. (:
Big plastic bag of assorted vintage notecards: $3
Unopened package of rustic recipe cards...
Ahh, back when first-class postage was a quarter. Mid to late 70's maybe?
Apparently postage had just been raised from 22 cents to 25 cents. Some envelopes bear a 3 cent makeup stamp.
This bank still existed when I was in high school, early eighties. Complimentary money/check gift envelopes.
"Route 66 on a Penny" touristy cards
Score! I really dig this sort of vintage card, and bought the whole package based on viewing a tiny corner containing a cactus.
The inevitable DeGrazia stationery that one always finds in these packages. It's possible that there are more copies of "Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass" albums in Arizona thrift stores than DeGrazia paintings, but I wouldn't bet on it.
This DeGrazia painting was one we affectionately called "Mexican kid pissing on Sunflower" when I was a kid.
whatever will I do with these?