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Smooth Running in 1938. The Woodstock Typewriter Company. California State Employee magazine.

Smooth Running in The Woodstock Typewriter Company.

California School Employees Association

Today in labor history: California school workers organize union

New York circa 1900. "Chinatown -- Mott Street." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

New York-Gilded Age Chinatown - Mott Street inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

A 3-in-one studio couch! Only $29.75! Breuner's, 1932 California State Employee magazine.

A 3-in-one studio couch! Only $29.75! Breuner's, 1932 California State Employee magazine.

Mercury 8. The 1939 Sensation! California State Employee magazine.

Mercury The 1939 Sensation!

This will come in handy someday. Credits to Mocca Design :)

Premium Calligraphic Design Set

Want to use the one with initial as a tattoo on my arm. Premium Calligraphic Design Set by Mocca Design.

1938 Safeway ad. "We work for the same folks!" The 6.5 million citizens of CA. California State Employee magazine.

"We work for the same folks!" The million citizens of CA.

*Note: pinning this as a white woman. We should not be upset about "Black Lives Matter." People being upset or taking that to mean that White lives (or any other lives) do not, is missing the point entirely.

To love yourself and your ethnicity doesn't mean you HATE all other races. It just means it's the best way to teach/describe how Black people should embrace loving themselves more than we had ever before.

B.F. Goodrich Tires, with the Seal-o-Matic Safety Tube! 1939. California State Employee magazine.

Goodrich Tires, with the Seal-o-Matic Safety Tube!

In 1939, Ann Sheridan said, "Signal's Got More Pep, More Power, More Oomph!" California State Employee magazine.

In Ann Sheridan said, "Signal's Got More Pep, More Power, More Oomph!

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