Visions of Idealistic life in 1950's America

Posted by Todd Anderson on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Under: Life
In my late 20's I was lucky enough to teavel throughout America. It was an ambition I had had from an early age. Growing up in the UK, I was surrounded by culture coming accross from the US. From music, comic books and magazines to the television of the time seemed to be dominated with shows from America and my mothers twin sisters were regular travellers, mainly due to being Elvis fans and would bring presents back, that were only available there.

Visions of Idealistic holidays in 1950's America

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