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19th April 2012

Photo reblogged from All things Europe with 2,213 notes

allthingseurope:

Vendee, France (by bestfor / richard)

allthingseurope:

Vendee, France (by bestfor / richard)

Tagged: francevendeeeuropehouseivywindowflowers

18th April 2012

Photo reblogged from All things Europe with 1,083 notes

allthingseurope:

Locronan, France (by fotoart1945)

allthingseurope:

Locronan, France (by fotoart1945)

Tagged: brittanybretagnevillageraraulhouseold houseflowerswindoweuropefrancelocranon

14th April 2012

Photo reblogged from This Belongs in a Museum with 33 notes

thisbelongsinamuseum:

On this date in 1902 James C. Penney (aka J.C. Penney) opened his first store in Kemmerer, Wyoming. Today “The Mother Store” of the 1,106 department store chain is a national historic landmark along with Penney’s small house, where he lived from 1902-1909. Today these buildings are open for tours as part of the JC Penney Museum. His middle name was Cash, which was appropriate because in the 1920s he was making millions of dollars a year, a lot of money in those days. But then the Stock Market crashed in 1929 Mr. Cash Penney lost all his personal wealth, and leaving him a little stressed so he checked himself into the Battle Creek Sanitarium. Penney became a born-again Christian and left the daily management of his company to others. In 1940, during a visit to a store in Des Moines, he trained a young Sam Walton on how to wrap packages with a minimal amount of ribbon. Obviously that left it impact, I mean, Walmart stores are definitely known for cutting costs, especially ribbons. When Cash Penney died in 1975 at age 95, there were nearly 2,000 stores bearing his name. Not too shabby. Especially when you find out there is ANOTHER JC Penney Museum in Hamilton, Missouri, his birthplace. 
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thisbelongsinamuseum:

On this date in 1902 James C. Penney (aka J.C. Penney) opened his first store in Kemmerer, Wyoming. Today “The Mother Store” of the 1,106 department store chain is a national historic landmark along with Penney’s small house, where he lived from 1902-1909. Today these buildings are open for tours as part of the JC Penney Museum. His middle name was Cash, which was appropriate because in the 1920s he was making millions of dollars a year, a lot of money in those days. But then the Stock Market crashed in 1929 Mr. Cash Penney lost all his personal wealth, and leaving him a little stressed so he checked himself into the Battle Creek Sanitarium. Penney became a born-again Christian and left the daily management of his company to others. In 1940, during a visit to a store in Des Moines, he trained a young Sam Walton on how to wrap packages with a minimal amount of ribbon. Obviously that left it impact, I mean, Walmart stores are definitely known for cutting costs, especially ribbons. When Cash Penney died in 1975 at age 95, there were nearly 2,000 stores bearing his name. Not too shabby. Especially when you find out there is ANOTHER JC Penney Museum in Hamilton, Missouri, his birthplace.

(Image Source)

Tagged: WyomingmuseumhousestoreJC Penney

3rd April 2012

Photo reblogged from All things Europe with 1,384 notes

allthingseurope:

Maerkischer Kreis, Germany (by destinatio)

allthingseurope:

Maerkischer Kreis, Germany (by destinatio)

Tagged: germanynorth-rhine westphaliahousewaterwillbuildingeurope

18th December 2011

Photo reblogged from i kissed you because i felt sad with 852 notes

rishima:

Little Red (by anja louise verdugo)

rishima:

Little Red (by anja louise verdugo)

Tagged: landscapehousenature

12th December 2011

Photo reblogged from F&*% YEAH, UNITED STATES with 51 notes

fuckyeahunitedstates:

San Francisco, California

fuckyeahunitedstates:

San Francisco, California

Tagged: san franciscosan francisco bayhousegolden gate bridgeurbanphotographypoolluxuryunited statesusatravel

1st November 2011

Photo reblogged from BicycleImpressions with 8 notes

Tagged: bicycleracehouse

12th October 2011

Photo reblogged from {this pretty space} with 170 notes

Tagged: treeshousemodern