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Museum of Corporate Neckties New!

Museum of Corporate Neckties

Larry Gundersen's tribute to the organization man. Includes a dozen or so galleries of mostly blue-ish and purple-i… [read review or visit site]

Bicycle Playing Cards for Collectors

Bicycle Playing Cards for Collectors

Joseph Pierson’s ode to Bicycle playing cards produced by the U.S. Playing Card Company lays down a royal flush w… [read review or visit site]

More About Thimbles

More About Thimbles

The sheer volume of scholarship on display at the innocuously named More About Thimbles is worthy of a museum. Crea… [read review or visit site]

Bob Vermillion - Folk Art Tackle

Bob Vermillion - Folk Art Tackle

Bob Vermillion started collecting lures at age 16. Accordingly, his handsome site is dedicated to his love of folk-… [read review or visit site]

The Legacy of Valor - Vietnam Helicopter Images and Artifacts

The Legacy of Valor - Vietnam Helicopter Images and Artifacts

John Conway’s terrific site is devoted to the helicopter pilots and crew who served during the Vietnam War, wheth… [read review or visit site]

Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia

Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia

Founded by David Pilgrim, a former sociology professor at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, the Jim … [read review or visit site]

V&A Porcelain Figures

V&A Porcelain Figures

The Victoria and Albert Museum’s online collection of Meissen porcelain figures includes more than 150 pieces, in… [read review or visit site]

Vintage Drum Guide

Vintage Drum Guide

David Anfuso’s Vintage Drum Guide is primarily focused on Slingerland, Rogers, Ludwig, Gretsch, and other major A… [read review or visit site]

National Music Museum

National Music Museum

The National Music Museum, which is located at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, features 15,000 instru… [read review or visit site]

Saxquest

Saxquest

Mark Overton, who has a PhD in Molecular Biology, is also a devoted saxophonist, sax repairman, and horn historian,… [read review or visit site]

Vintage Synth Explorer

Vintage Synth Explorer

Matt Friedman’s not-for-profit Vintage Synth Explorer lets you browse hundreds of synthesizers by manufacturers s… [read review or visit site]

Vintage Danelectro

Vintage Danelectro

This site is as cool as the Nat Daniels’s designed Danelectro guitars and amplifiers that grace its easy-to-navig… [read review or visit site]

Phoenixmasonry Masonic Museum

Phoenixmasonry Masonic Museum

The numerous jewelry sections of Phoenixmasonry.org's Masonic Museum hold fraternal treasures bestowed upon Blue Lo… [read review or visit site]

The Vintage Knob

The Vintage Knob

The Vintage Knob is an extensive resource on all types of audio electronics organized by manufacturer, from Aiwa to… [read review or visit site]

Chips Etc.

Chips Etc.

Computers are upgraded more frequently than fashion, which means there’s a lot of obsolete hardware out there for… [read review or visit site]

Morning Dress Guide

Morning Dress Guide

The morning coat is the epitome of men’s formal daywear. With its horizontal seam at the waist, cutaway skirt, an… [read review or visit site]

Vintage Girl Scout Online Museum

Vintage Girl Scout Online Museum

Nancy Fedor White’s amazing Girl Scout site covers everything from the history of this terrific organization to t… [read review or visit site]

Pyrex Love

Pyrex Love

If you love Pyrex then you’re sure to enjoy Pyrex Love. Navigating the site via the long list of text links on th… [read review or visit site]

The Richard Balzer Collection

The Richard Balzer Collection

The magic lantern section of The Richard Balzer Collection covers the machines, images, and cultural artifacts rela… [read review or visit site]

MyVintageVogue

MyVintageVogue

The history of 20th-century women’s fashion largely played out in the pages of magazines such as “Harper’s Ba… [read review or visit site]

Zenith Stratosphere: Behind The Dial

Zenith Stratosphere: Behind The Dial

David Wilson’s handsome site is obsessed with Zenith's top-of-the-line 1934 console radio, which cost a whopping … [read review or visit site]

Watchophilia

Watchophilia

Lisa Andrew’s Watchophilia dives deep on Bulova wristwatches, with more than 500 examples to peruse. Bulovas are … [read review or visit site]

American Motels

American Motels

This fun site has a simple mission: To show off as many postcards as possible of 1950s and '60s American motels. Or… [read review or visit site]

Corvette History

Corvette History

The Corvette History section of the Motorera website offers photographs and specifications (including prices, which… [read review or visit site]

Combat Helmets of the World

Combat Helmets of the World

Peter Suciu offers a comprehensive collection of military headgear from around the world. He showcases a big collec… [read review or visit site]

National Carousel Association

National Carousel Association

Since 1973, the National Carousel Association has been dedicated to preserving and restoring carousels and carousel… [read review or visit site]

The Alfred Whital Stern Collection

The Alfred Whital Stern Collection

Housed at the Library of Congress, this extensive assortment of Lincolniana ranges from original political cartoons… [read review or visit site]

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

The somber bookend to the JFK Museum is the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas, where the 35th Pre… [read review or visit site]

Bag Lady University

Bag Lady University

Bag Lady University is the place to learn about handbag makers from Adrian's, which made Bakelite bags, to Whiting … [read review or visit site]

Elvis Presley Record Research Database

Elvis Presley Record Research Database

The Elvis Presley Record Research Database takes a big subject, The King of Rock ’n’ Roll, and boils it down to… [read review or visit site]

Kodakcollector.com

Kodakcollector.com

If there’s a heaven for Kodak cameras and ephemera, it’s probably to make it into Charlie Kamerman’s vast col… [read review or visit site]

Retro Tech Geneva

Retro Tech Geneva

A Swiss blogger name Adwoa creates “typecasts,” which are blog posts typed on a typewriter, then scanned and po… [read review or visit site]

Machines of Loving Grace

Machines of Loving Grace

Taking its name from a 1985 poem about the last Smith-Corona made in the United States, Alan Seaver’s handsome ty… [read review or visit site]

Mr. Martin’s Typewriter Museum

Mr. Martin’s Typewriter Museum

Mr. Martin has got to be the coolest 6th-grade teacher in the San Diego area. He collects bicycles, computers, calc… [read review or visit site]

California Perfume Company

California Perfume Company

The California Perfume Company, as well as the famous brand it became, Avon, is the focus of Rusty Mills’ compreh… [read review or visit site]

What if Kirby

What if Kirby

Most comics websites focus on the colorful covers, and why not? But Tom Kraft’s homage to Jack Kirby takes the gr… [read review or visit site]

Flowoflava.com

Flowoflava.com

One of the most iconic objects of the 1960s was the lava lamp, whose multi-colored bubbles of wax rose and fell to … [read review or visit site]

Costume Collection, National Museum of American History

Costume Collection, National Museum of American History

Women’s dresses are the most requested objects in the Smithsonian’s 30,000-piece Costume Collection, so the ins… [read review or visit site]

The Online Guide to Traditional Games

The Online Guide to Traditional Games

For James Masters, the games people play go well beyond chess and croquet, although both are covered in detail at h… [read review or visit site]

YesteryearsTools

YesteryearsTools

Author Tom Lamond’s YesteryearsTools focuses on axes and other edge tools, from spokeshaves to hatchets, produced… [read review or visit site]

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