We are vintage trailer people, and we love everything about them. There were hundreds of brands that were being manufactured in the s, and many more that were homebuilt. Picking my top ten is difficult, but I do have favorites. Many of the links I have included here go to other sites with pictures or plans. There is a lot of information for those who are interested. Brad's Benroy is well known in the teardrop trailer group.
This campaign came together almost as a lark… I started the Save the Pink Bathrooms website, like, to see what would happen. A whole New York Times story even. I think we can declare the campaign victorious , although we still must keep spreading the luv. That is: What are some of the other lovely but kind of still pooh poohed features of midcentury homes that we can shine our spotlight on. So here is my list, in David Letterman count-down order.
Ghost Signs: The remains of painted advertising on walls
Two of them are unmarked, the other two are Knu-Vise brand model P Two go carts. Not technically a yard sale item. I was dropping my son off at school and somebody had set these out on the curb with a FREE sign.
We've made some changes to EPA. When a child puts an object containing lead in his or her mouth, the child can suffer seriously from lead poisoning. For example:. Toy jewelry containing unsafe levels of lead has continued to be sold even after CPSC issued guidance to prevent the sale of these products. CPSC has evaluated whether commercially available lead test kits reliably and accurately detect the presence or absence of lead in consumer products , such as toy jewelry and children's vinyl toys.