Civil Defense Surplus – Sanitary Napkins

Civil Defense Survival Kit

Civil Defense

This eBay auction is for a Vintage 1960s Modess Sanitary Napkins – Military Surplus

The seller tells us that this listing is for one (1) Genuine Vintage Package of Johnson & Johnson Modess Sanitary Pads, regular, quantity twelve (12) tabbed pads – original sealed factory packaging – removed from an actual Civil Defense Survival Kit – please study the pics. Carefully stashed away all these years in a dry smoke-free environment waiting for that event that never came.

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WWII Diary – KIA Soldier’s Wife’s

Vintage World War II-era Five Year Diary – WWII Diary

WWII Diary

This eBay auction is for a World War ll-era Five Year Diary measuring 4&1/2″ x 6&1/4″ x 1″

It contains comments of a Florida soldier’s wife whose husband served and was killed in the war. There are 2 photos which were inside the diary. The wife had 2 small children, and gives accounts of them as well as her beloved husband. One entry mentions that he was in Casablanca, another that they met in Washington DC.

Very sad entry from December 14 says “Tel. from War Department states Bill was killed November 9. I shall never believe it. I have lived this long without my heart.”

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Black Memorabilia Retro Match ID Holder Cigarette Case or Wallet

Solid Stainless Steel Double-sided ID Holder

Stainless Steel ID Holder

This eBay auction is for a Black Memorabilia Retro Match ID Holder.

The seller tells us that the sturdy case is perfect for a driver’s license, business cards, 14 credit cards, coins, bills, 16 cigarettes (long or regular), iPod, MP3 players, earbuds, gift cards, or nearly anything else. IT’S NOT JUST FOR SMOKERS..

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Women Golfers Ephemera

Women Golfers

Women Golfers

This eBay auction is a bit odd for the GOLF category, but nonetheless that is where it appears. This is a 1936 magazine advertisement for Modess Sanitary Pads. It pictures a woman golfer dressed in white and the caption reads “End accident-panic, ask for Certain-Safe Modess!”

An interesting item for either the ephemera collector, the golf collector, or those who have both collections.

The seller tells us that the ad measures approx. 5 1/2 by 11 1/2 inches and is in VERY good condition and will be shipped on the full page. Add it to your collection!

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Vintage 1937 Program from Copley Ohio

Copley Ohio – 1937

Copley Ohio

Here’s and interesting eBay auction from Ohio. This is for a 1937 Vintage Program from Copley Ohio

The heading on the front of this vintage program reads “See Your Town and Yourself in the Movies”. It was sponsored by the Ladies Aid Society of the Copley M.E. Church of Copley, Ohio. The year, 1937′ is handwritten on the front.

The bulk of the program is devoted to local ads such as Ernest Falb Motor Meat Market, Bock’s Service Station (Sunoco Gas & Oil), Smith’s Service Station (Sohio Gas & Oil), Miksch Gas Station (Gulf Gas & Oils), Buckeye Cycle, Akron Copley Wadsworth Bus Lines, Frederick’s Dairy, Billow Funeral Directors, and others.

8 pages overall including covers. About 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Paper covers, staple binding. The other side of the back page is blank. Wear includes paper loss, stains, creases, small holes and tears near staples.

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