1945-50. A coral red velvet pillar box with small shaped rim in the style of a 19th century riding hat by Otto Lucas. The black net veil has tiny tufts of soft black 'fur' dotted throughout and this can be worn upon the black wings and velvet decoration or covering the face. The hat was provided with matching hatpins, there ends made of small velvet balls.
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Entrance to WDWs now-defunct Mr Toad's Wild Ride: "Guests took on the role of Mr. Toad in this ride as they drove around in cars named after characters from The Wind in the Willows. The ride had two separate tracks, unlike the Disneyland version, which has only one. The two tracks at Walt Disney World were slightly different in the beginning but both would burst through a fireplace, visit a pub, drive past gypsies, and then crash into a train."
clademenswear: “ “In November 1885, Gottlieb Daimler installed a smaller version of an engine in a wooden bicycle, creating the first motorcycle (Patent 36-423impff & Sohn “Vehicle with gas or petroleum drive machine”). It was named the Reitwagen...
[from the satorialist: if only it were in sharper focus.] Submitter says: "My grandmother, Audrey, age 17, 1939, days before she enlisted in the Air Force. On her right is her younger sister, Amba. On the way to the Tan at the Botanical Gardens for a horse ride, the two were captured walking down Swanson St, Melbourne by a street photographer.