~ Carter’s Thrixaline, 1894via Flickr

~ Carter’s Thrixaline, 1894
via Flickr

~ What Shall I Eat? The Housewife’s Manual, by Miss E. Neill, 1892
jenbebe:

~ Dura-Glass nail polish, 1943. 

"You must be busy - who isn’t, with all the extra war work there is to do?"

jenbebe:

~ Dura-Glass nail polish, 1943. 

"You must be busy - who isn’t, with all the extra war work there is to do?"
~ Vivilore: The Pathway To Mental and Physical Perfection, Mary Ries Melendy, 1904
~ Mackenzie’s Laboratory, June 1922via Grace’s Guide"A great Physician said he never had a Cold although constantly in the way of infection, simply because he KEPT HIS NOSE IN ORDER."Also, Arsenical Soap.

~ Mackenzie’s Laboratory, June 1922
via Grace’s Guide

"A great Physician said he never had a Cold although constantly in the way of infection, simply because he KEPT HIS NOSE IN ORDER."

Also, Arsenical Soap.

~ How She Became Beautiful, A Guide to the Cultivation and Preservation of Beauty, by Mrs. A.H. Emms, 1890
~ Beauty A Duty: The Art of Keeping Young, Susanna Cocroft, 1915

~ Beauty A Duty: The Art of Keeping Young, Susanna Cocroft, 1915

~ The Hayti Herald (Hayti, Mo), January 7, 1909via State Historical Society of Missouri

~ The Hayti Herald (Hayti, Mo), January 7, 1909
via State Historical Society of Missouri

~ Perfect Etiquette; or, How to Behave in Society, James T. Kernan, 1877

~ Perfect Etiquette; or, How to Behave in Society, James T. Kernan, 1877

~ Vivilore: The Pathway To Mental and Physical Perfection, Mary Ries Melendy, 1904
~ Vivilore: The Pathway To Mental and Physical Perfection, Mary Ries Melendy, 1904via Open Library

~ Vivilore: The Pathway To Mental and Physical Perfection, Mary Ries Melendy, 1904
via Open Library

~ Old Spice Short Cut Hair Groom, 1962via Flickr"Makes your haircut fit your head!"

~ Old Spice Short Cut Hair Groom, 1962
via Flickr

"Makes your haircut fit your head!"

~ Mrs. Owen’s Cook Book and Useful Household Hints, by F.E. Owens, 1903
~ The Woman’s Manual, Aurora Reed, 1916via Harvard University Library"Has your child a square jaw - not chin? He will voice immoderate praise or blame …. is a vicious traducer, and may be alcoholic some time."

~ The Woman’s Manual, Aurora Reed, 1916
via Harvard University Library

"Has your child a square jaw - not chin? He will voice immoderate praise or blame …. is a vicious traducer, and may be alcoholic some time."

~ The Bazar Book of Decorum, 1870

~ The Bazar Book of Decorum, 1870