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Childhood in a Jar

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MAKE author Mister Jalopy talks about the joys of garage sales and photographs a slice of time trapped inside a Skippy jar – “This exquisite jar is the Navarro toolbox of blue sky dreaming. It is skinned knees and tiddlywinks from the post-war era of unlimited potential and knowing superiority. This jar houses the collected treasures of Mr. Frankie Bartoli of Chicago, Illinois and was sold to me by his family for $1. I bought it because the Smithsonian had not stopped at the garage sale prior to my arrival. But, like the Smithsonian would have, I took a photo of every single item inside.” Thanks Mark! Link & Flickr photos.

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