If you remember a couple of years ago, Old Weird America presented an outrageous compilation of vintage ads that look mighty sexist through today’s eyes.
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In 1902, a unique and exultant voice emerged from the unlikely breeding place of Butte, Montana—and in the unlikely form of a girl of nineteen.
It was a friend of Old Weird America who suggested we look into the life and art of Henry Darger, a reclusive hospital janitor who lived alone his entire life, and who created a child-like but explicit world of wonder and
In 1841, the smoky confines of the Liberty Street Cigar Shop drew a regular crowd of gregarious New York City literary men to admire the “dainty figure and pretty face” of the girl behind the counter, 20-y
After WWII, the U.S. emerged as a world power, enjoying the greatest economic boom in the history of the world.