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Sears Catalog 1971
This was the crown jewel of my recent wanderings. I actually can not remember when I laughed so hard at a single website. As the title describes, these are actual scans of a Sears catalog from 1971. Although the pictures are priceless, the commentary that goes with them is what will drop you. At the same time however, those of you who actually were alive during the early 70s will wonder how you ever survived this acid driven fashion nightmare. This is going on my Top 10 Websites of All Time.

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A THOUSAND links to funny sites ! USA

  • L I N K Y & D I N K Y ' S F A N S ' C O O L  P E R S O N A L W E B S I T E S !
    (It's a brimful -- 53 winners!) 5/5/2002

    BLAST FROM THE PAST, era 1971

    Let's scan the pages of the Sears Catalog from 1971, shall we? Actually, we ran this as a feature in L&D some months ago... it bears repeating here. http://www.robotmonstertoys.com/apw/sears.htm

  • Site du Jour of the Day (020213)

February 13, 2002

It came from the 1971 Sears Catalog! http://toonhead.tripod.com/sears.htm

Linda Causey Bryan, Texas, USA

There's nothing quite like cranking up the Wayback machine every now and then for the sake of nostalgia. Maybe too, to better understand why as a society we stopped doing certain things. It came from the 1971 Sears Catalog! is a look back at a fashion catalog published by the retailer Sears (http://www.sears.com/ ) at the height of the synthetic fabrics craze. Commentary from Linda Causey adds to the entertainment.



This guy found a 1971 Sears Catalog somewhere and scanned it, categorized it, linkalized and organized it, and now we can all see the junk in it. No low-riders here! http://toonhead.tripod.com/sears.htm <a href="http://toonhead.tripod.com/sears.htm">AOL Click!</a> (Linky and Dinky Enterprises e-newsletter 01/15/2002)

  • Thanks! You will be main promo on 1/12/02 on http://webguide.aroundcarolina.com/ . The link will move down the page for about 10 days, and become a permanent part of our Lifestyles archive.
  • We happened across your Sears site and love it so much we will be featuring it on 1/9/2002 as a Cool Sighting on DevX and Project Cool: http://www.devx.com/webdev/
  • The Mouthpiece - Wednesday, August 17, 2001
    THE MOUTHPIECE - http://www.the-mouth.com  

The author of this site found this Fall 1971 Sears catalog at an estate sale. "I was hoping to find some nice toy pictures in this catalog ... I did find over 1600 pages of pure ugly. I present the highlights from this catalog. Some of the pictures inspired stories, comments and questions. Other pictures do not need any commentary at all."

  • It came from the Sears Catalog was featured in the December 2001 issue of Yahoo Internet Life, page 142. http://www.yil.com



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