Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Some pages from an old Montgomery Ward Catalogue from 1934.
Look at the prices.

Looks like they sold about anything you want or need.

I can remember my Grandmother wearing shoes like these $1.77 type.

I don't know if these photos will let you enlarge them or not, I didn't run them through Photobucket, just right direct from my desktop. But the order form states, if the order is over $100.00 then both the husband and wife have to sign the form. Hope you've enjoyed looking at these photos. I don't know if any one even has the old large thick catalogs like Sears Roebuck and JC Penny use to have. Hope the people in my age bracket and older have enjoyed this walk down memory lane.


Jackie said...

The photos enlarged just great!
I enjoyed the walk down memory lane.
As I look back, I am wondering where the time went. It seems like yesterday to me......sigh.

Clytie said...

We used to use the old catalogs to make paper dolls - with every accessory they could possibly need or want!!!

Merle said...

Dear Patty ~ Oh for the good old days and prices.
Thanks for your comments and I am happy to be back. I am so pleased with your news of off the Femera and 12 months visits- well done.
I am so sorry about your younger brother and hope the chemo & radiation shrink
his tumor. He should have learnt from his wife;s death
Take great care my friend,
and keep hanging on to those trolleys -I used to do that myself. Much love, Merle.

Lady Di Tn said...

As Bob would say "Thanks for the Memories." Peace

Country Mouse Studio said...

My goodness life has changed. Interesting about the two signatures. Aren't we liberated now :O)