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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Vintage Thingies Thursday - Week Four



Sorry friends, but our vacation is over. Trust there was some part of these four weeks with Coloradolady in Hollywood. CA that you might have enjoyed. Thanks to all of you that joined us for this trip. For more exciting vintage thingies go to http://coloradolady.blogspot.com.







27 comments:

Grannys Attic said...

LV,

Sorry the vactaion is over! I love the old post cards! Blessings, Vicky

Coloradolady said...

I would rather a vacation actually GET STARTED before it ends....My favorite in this bunch is Clark Gables house....what a beauty that is!!

Happy VTT!

Sandy@Life Began In A Garden said...

Really cool postcards, glad you had a good vacation, wish I had one!

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Postcardy said...

It is fun seeing those old stars and their homes.

ewenique said...

I loved Clark Gable's house too, lot's of fun seeing these vintage Hollywood postcards.

Tara Beaulieu said...

More gorgeous houses of the stars! I wonder how many of these still exist and look the same after all these years. Thanks for all the Hollywood memories these past weeks, LV!

Maureen said...

How cool! I was always a huge fan of old movies and movie stars and these brought back memories of nights when I would stay up late on summer vacation watching all the old movies.

Shirley said...

I never saw postcards like those before. Very interesting!

Vonlipi said...

Thank you for sharing these wonderful old postcards!

I loved seeing where Clark Gable lived1 :)

Sorry the vacation is over.

concretenprimroses said...

Very interesting post cards.
It strikes me that movie stars probably feel that they need much bigger homes these days. Everyone does I guess.
Kathy

Dawn said...

Love the postcards! We visited Hollywood last week and enjoyed the walk of fame the footprints at the theatre!

Sarah said...

Loved seeing these vintage cards. Thanks! ~ Sarah

CC said...

Ooooo,I love all the picture cards..my favorite has to be the fairy tale home of Shirley Temple. It
and the grounds are beautiful. Happy VTT..hope your weekend is wonderful.

Anna said...

Aww, too bad we have to go home now. I just love these postcards, thank you for sharing! Anna

marian said...

fab postcards..my fave is Shirley Temple's house. Happy VTT :)

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Those are fabulous! How fun to see these. Wonder if they really were their homes? :)

Elizabeth said...

Interesting postcards LV! I love the look of Clark Gable's ranch. Happy VTT :)

Robin said...

Love the vintage postcards. I have the one of the ranch that Clark Gable and Carole Lombard shared. Lovely!

Sailing Simply said...

Wow! Those are great postcards! I love the vintage look of them! I wonder is it still such a big thing to do tours that go by the stars homes anymore! Thanks for your kind comments again! Have a great day even if your vacation is over!

Robin said...

Ladies,
Clark Gable's home is still standing. It used to have many acres surrounding it with orange groves, but now has been subdivided into many lots and homes. I was at the edge of the gated drive and could get a glimpse of it several time on our trips to CA. I collect on Carole Lombard, so this was of particular interest to me!

La Maison Reid said...

Beautiful cards! My mother-in-law loves to collect them. I even found some neat postcard albums for her to put them in. Have fun!

nancycreative said...

Thanks for sharing your vintage postcards!

Terry @ La Bella Vie said...

Dear LV, I love these old post cards, they show a sweet, bygone era, so lovely to see these.

You are a peach for wanting to feature me on Pink Saturday, I would be honored!
Terry B.

La Maison Reid said...

..and now I am your 222md follower! That has a nice ring to it!
Nancy

farmlady said...

All lovely postcards and homes. It would be fun to really see these homes now.

Gayle said...

The colors in these postcards are gorgeous and pleasant to the eyes. Love the cameos of each star to put a face with the home.

Nice to meet you.

Pam said...

I love old postcards. I've never seen that specific type of postcard before. I have to say I like Shirley's house the best.