adoring-annette:

Annette and her stuffed animal collection, 1961.

adoring-annette:

Annette and her stuffed animal collection, 1961.

adoring-annette:

Annette Funicello holds a picture of President John F. Kennedy, 1963. This photo originally appeared in the May 1963 issue of Modern Screen magazine for the article “The Men in my Bedroom”.

adoring-annette:

Annette Funicello holds a picture of President John F. Kennedy, 1963. This photo originally appeared in the May 1963 issue of Modern Screen magazine for the article “The Men in my Bedroom”.

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adoring-annette:

Annette reading her fan mail, 1959.

adoring-annette:

Annette reading her fan mail, 1959.

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Annette getting out of the shower, 1960s.

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Annette getting out of the shower, 1960s.

(via Lady of the Flies: 1936 [detail] | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

November 1936. “Children and home of migratory cotton workers. Migratory camp, southern San Joaquin Valley, California.” Medium format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

(via Lady of the Flies: 1936 [detail] | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

November 1936. “Children and home of migratory cotton workers. Migratory camp, southern San Joaquin Valley, California.” Medium format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

(via Mike and Buff: 1952 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

New York, 1952. “Television personality Mike Wallace wearing Italian sportswear and casual shoes. Includes Wallace with wife Buff at home.” A veritable United Nations of decorative influences here. Photo by John Vachon for the Look magazine article “Italian clothes get the American treatment.” View full size.

(via Mike and Buff: 1952 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

New York, 1952. “Television personality Mike Wallace wearing Italian sportswear and casual shoes. Includes Wallace with wife Buff at home.” A veritable United Nations of decorative influences here. Photo by John Vachon for the Look magazine article “Italian clothes get the American treatment.” View full size.

(via Retro Thing: 1984: Finally, An East German Home Computer)
…That’s where the Robotron Z1013 comes in. Once you got past the rustic presentation, it was a reasonably powerful home or educational machine. The processor was initially a Z80 clone running at 1MHz, with a 2K ROM bootloader, 16K RAM, monochrome video output and a cassette tape interface for program storage…

(via Retro Thing: 1984: Finally, An East German Home Computer)

That’s where the Robotron Z1013 comes in. Once you got past the rustic presentation, it was a reasonably powerful home or educational machine. The processor was initially a Z80 clone running at 1MHz, with a 2K ROM bootloader, 16K RAM, monochrome video output and a cassette tape interface for program storage…