The Stolen Souls: Finding Ourselves in Vintage Photography

Photos and Story by Kristen Van Uden As the Twilight Zone proclaimed, “People are alike all over.” Nothing captures the truth of this statement – across time as well as space – so uniquely as vernacular photography. With the rising availability of affordable cameras in the early twentieth century, photography provided a new means of… Read More The Stolen Souls: Finding Ourselves in Vintage Photography

Classic Love: Readers Discuss What’ll Make their Valentine’s Day an Unforgettable One

“Classic love… The great one.. The one your heart can’t do without. It’s a soulmate that you don’t recognize, until your first encounter. Is it a kiss or is it a slight hand touch. Who knows… Kisses on foreheads, hand holding while driving, soft touches, brushing a strand of hair from your face, that is… Read More Classic Love: Readers Discuss What’ll Make their Valentine’s Day an Unforgettable One

The Cherries On Top to a Galentine’s Day Out (Plus a Giveaway!)

Cover and Giveaway Photos by Jon Mathon, All Others by Marjorie Magazine There’s not quite a love like that of your best friend! That’s why for this Galentine’s Day we took some time to step out into San Francisco for a few sweet classics in celebrating the timeless bond of female friendship. We couldn’t think… Read More The Cherries On Top to a Galentine’s Day Out (Plus a Giveaway!)

Decades of Love: Vintage Valentine’s Day Cards and their Messages

Valentine’s Days may come and go, but the messages from the heart are truly meant to last forever– especially when captured in ink. Read along as we relive the sentiments of the early 20th century through keepsake postcards To Vernon Cleary of Seattle, WA, 1913 My dearest sweetheart, Rose are red, Violets are blue, Honey… Read More Decades of Love: Vintage Valentine’s Day Cards and their Messages