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Thank you Ron Fermanek for donating all this pop culture memorabilia to the VINTAGE LA archives! Some of this belonged to Jerry Lewis, like the Zenith remote clicker, personal greeting cards from the Smothers Brothers, & the mug!
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If You Look Behind Economists, You’ll Discover the Rich: How Economic Theories Serve Big Business
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Love Her Madly Sep 16
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Vintage Los Angeles Sep 14
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood kids hitchhiked 👍
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Kleptomania and Garbo - boutiques on the Kings Road in 1969, by Denis Cameron
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Rob Baker Sep 5
Vauxhall Bridge in 1968
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Vintage Los Angeles Sep 5
My mom in 1968 when she was flying for ✈️
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Hanging Out With A Swiss Youth Tribe in The 1950s - Flashbak
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Woody Guthrie backstage, 1941
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Bathers at the Serpentine Lido in Hyde Park, London c 1950
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Phil Huff Aug 21
Wow! There's a 1939 Tatra 87 just casually parked on the street in York. It's like seeing the future from the past, but right now. Amazing. h/t to
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1943 in Cornwall, England (Photo James Jarche)
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Marilyn Monroe in the audience at the Royal Court Theatre on Sloane Square, London, 1956.
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