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Tom Jones 70’s sideburns.
Melbourne Architour organiser, Stephen Crafti, asked me for a 1972 record to give to the owner of a 1972 Guilford Bell house we’ll be visiting on the next Architour. I think this one will do.
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Checking out the old cookbooks while sootythefish finds a new one to buy for a present.
Books for Cooks, Greville St, Fitzroy.
The contemporary equivalent of microwave cookbooks.
"More is more" bar & room divider.
Kessell House by Iwan Iwanoff, 1975
50/60/70 Iconic Australian Houses Three Decades of Domestic Architecture, 2007, Karen McCartney, photo by Michael Wee
I should get this fixed because it makes the best toast, with the high possibility of singeing yourself as well.
Flip side toaster, 1940’s /50’s perhaps. (own collection)
Striped dress. Checkered tablecloth. Lightly striped toast, and a toaster with triangular cut outs. Yes, now all I need to do is pour this coffee in perfect concentric circles. Which may take some time.
Advertising for the classic Behrens toaster, 1951. Firmenarchiv Electrolux
I have a flip side toaster quite similar to this but I assumed it was older than 1950’s.
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Cornucopia, a basket of fruits & grain.
Detail of 60’s relief sculpture high up on a wall, Ballarat, Australia
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