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Babe Didrikson (1935) in a box of Wheaties. Part of gallery on "A Brief History of The Olympics, According to 13 Wheaties Boxes"

The History of the Olympics, According to Wheaties Boxes

Babe Didrikson in a box of Wheaties. Part of gallery on "A Brief History of The Olympics, According to 13 Wheaties Boxes"

Awesome photo from Special Olympics Arizona. We should all have such joy!!

Special Olympics Arizona helps individuals with intellectual disabilities in creating their own gateway to empowerment, competence, acceptance and joy.

There’s no denying, Babe Ruth was one of the greatest baseball players of all time. In 1933, he teamed up with Wheaties to offer kids a “movie” flipbook so they could see exactly how he hit a home run (powered by Wheaties, of course)!

There’s no denying, Babe Ruth was one of the greatest baseball players of all time. In he teamed up with Wheaties to offer kids a “movie” flipbook so they could see exactly how he hit a home run (powered by Wheaties, of course)!

Jim Thorpe, world's greatest athlete, American gold medalist (x2) Stockholm Olympics.

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Jim Thorpe, world's greatest athlete, American gold medalist (x2) Stockholm Olympics.

"The Mickey Mouse Club"  October 1-7 1955

1955 TV GUIDE Mickey and His Club October 1-7 NO LABEL

COLORFORMS: 1976 Scooby Doo Set #Vintage #Toys

COLORFORMS: 1976 Scooby Doo Set I wish they'd bring these back. I loved these as a kid! I had Peanuts ones.

Hetty Green aka "The Witch of Wall Street" was both the richest woman of the early 20th century (roughly 3.5 Billion in today's dollars) and also the stingiest. She was so miserly she refused to pay for her son's medical care and he ended up having his leg amputated as a result.  She lived on crackers and cheap pies. She never had her clothes cleaned and lived in squalor. She could have helped out so many during the Great Depression yet, she lived as they did.

Hetty Green (November 1834 – July nicknamed "The Witch of Wall Street," was an American businesswoman, remarkable for her frugality during the Gilded Age, as well as for being the first American woman to make a substantial impact on Wall Street.

Good resource to Pop Culture in 1922    Ladies Flapper Hats From The 20's

Good resource to Pop Culture in 1922 Ladies Flapper Hats From The

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