@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #vintage

Some of the more interesting coin-operated vendors dispensed metered amounts of perfume and cologne from a liquid-filled reservoir... #coinoperated #TheAutomaticAge #coinop #vintage #antique #gamemachines #slotmachine #slotmachines #bull #perfume #cologne

This image was posted on June 13, 2018.

Girls learned needlework at an early age to prepare for their future household duties of sewing clothing and mending linens for their families... #AmericanFolkArt #folkart #embroidery #history #sampler #American #history #americana #needlework #antique #vintage #design #folkarts

This image was posted on June 08, 2018.

Armed with a new sense of patriotism following the Revolutionary War, farmers and settlers produced a variety of uniquely American weathervanes... #AmericanFolkArt #folkart #weathervane #nativeamerican #native #history #americana #antique #vintage #design #folkart #PennsylvaniaGerman

This image was posted on May 24, 2018.

Think back to a time when families would gather around the radio to hear the news, weather, and their favorite radio programs... #RadioSFO #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #transistorradio #portableradio #retroradio #retro #design

This image was posted on May 14, 2018.

Described by Fortune magazine in 1936 as “the gaudy brother of somber Bakelite,” Catalin, the trade name for a cast-phenolic plastic made in a variety of brilliant colors, was first used to make smaller items such as bracelets, chess pieces, and buckles... #RadioSFO #Catalin #plastics #Bakelite #resin #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradio #portableradio #retroradio #retro #normanbelgeddes #modernism #design

This image was posted on May 10, 2018.

Described by Fortune magazine in 1936 as “the gaudy brother of somber Bakelite,” Catalin, the trade name for a cast-phenolic plastic made in a variety of brilliant colors, was first used to make smaller items such as bracelets, chess pieces, and buckles... #RadioSFO #Catalin #plastics #Bakelite #resin #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradio #portableradio #retroradio #retro #normanbelgeddes #modernism #design

This image was posted on May 10, 2018.

Described by Fortune magazine in 1936 as “the gaudy brother of somber Bakelite,” Catalin, the trade name for a cast-phenolic plastic made in a variety of brilliant colors, was first used to make smaller items such as bracelets, chess pieces, and buckles... #RadioSFO #Catalin #plastics #Bakelite #resin #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradio #portableradio #retroradio #retro #normanbelgeddes #modernism #design

This image was posted on May 10, 2018.

Described by Fortune magazine in 1936 as “the gaudy brother of somber Bakelite,” Catalin, the trade name for a cast-phenolic plastic made in a variety of brilliant colors, was first used to make smaller items such as bracelets, chess pieces, and buckles... #RadioSFO #Catalin #plastics #Bakelite #resin #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradio #portableradio #retroradio #retro #normanbelgeddes #modernism #design

This image was posted on May 10, 2018.

Many amateur craftsmen created unique folk houses and other architectural buildings from the mid-1800s to the early-1900s... #AmericanFolkArt #folkart #american #history #americana #antique #vintage #design #folkarts #architecture #fairytale #house

This image was posted on May 04, 2018.

Many amateur craftsmen created unique folk houses and other architectural buildings from the mid-1800s to the early-1900s... #AmericanFolkArt #folkart #american #history #americana #antique #vintage #design #folkarts #architecture #fairytale #house

This image was posted on May 04, 2018.

Many amateur craftsmen created unique folk houses and other architectural buildings from the mid-1800s to the early-1900s... #AmericanFolkArt #folkart #american #history #americana #antique #vintage #design #folkarts #architecture #fairytale #house

This image was posted on May 04, 2018.