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Innocent. Happy hunting What a doll! ... page 4 ... page 11 ... page 13 FREE! At all the BEST www.TheOldTimes.com Antiques P.O. Box 411 Shops and Sauk Centre, MN…
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Innocent. Happy hunting What a doll! ... page 4 ... page 11 ... page 13 FREE! At all the BEST www.TheOldTimes.com Antiques P.O. Box 411 Shops and Sauk Centre, MN Shows! 56378 Section One Vol. 27 No. 1 • “Vintage, Collectible, & Antique Wonders” • January 2017 Autumn Frazier From Grandma’s closet to Vintage Threads Autumn Frazier’s grandmother, Carrie Wallace (seen here left of man), was one of the biggest fashion influences on Autumn’s life. Early to mid-2 th century, men and women made a point of dressing up when going out in public. (Photo courtesy of Autumn Frazier) by Britt Aamodt MINNEAPOLIS – Autumn Frazier was born in Minneapolis at the tail end of the baby boom. She was too young for Woodstock and the trippy counter- culture. Anyway, that was never her thing, fashion-wise. For her, the look was late ’50s to early ’60s. She learned the style from the best- dressed women in her life, her mom and especially her grandma. When Frazier decided to ditch the corporate world after the ugly business Americans remember Autumn Frazier in a vintage favorite. People of a certain age will look at this as the Great Recession, coat and immediately say, “Nineteen-eighties.” And they’d be right. Not only she took a cue from does it bear the nice boxy shoulder pads popular in the ’80s, but it has the Larissa Bailey, Frazier’s fellow dealer at sequined glitz of Michael Jackson during the blockbuster success of his Autumn Frazier Flamingo, looks ready for a Scottish autumn in album, Thriller. (Photos by Britt Aamodt unless noted otherwise) Cont. on page 3 this vintage cape made by Moffat Weavers. 2 Fabulous All Shows... 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PO Box 483, Mandan, ND 58554 Sunday FREE ND COLLECTIBLES A 701-226-8122 • daleks@earthlink.net APRIL 1st & 2nd • 2017 APRIL 29th & 30th • 2017 SPECIALTY! 2 The Old Times January 2017 n t iQ u e s M i n n e s ot a A Minnesota’s First Mall Established 1979 Curio Cabinet Toy Singer Sewing Machine $689.00 from Derek & Antiques Minnesota $99.00 City Bus/ 16” Kestner Street Car Sailor Boy Token $395.00 Machine $289.00 Buddy L Fire Truck $160.00 Great Northern Railway Lantern $74.00 Early Arts & Crafts Bunny Bronze/Sterling Candy Urn $195.00 Container $75.00 Carved Cameo Brooch $55.00 Steiff Lion $165.00 Sweet Burley Tobacco Gallon Tin Victor Large Lego Star Wars Record $159.00 Store Display $675.00 Player $235.00 Nice Selection of Turquoise Jewelry Various Matchbox Sports Lesney Collectibles Tractor $85.00 Dealer Space starting at $25.00 per month www.AntiquesMinnesota.net 952-894-7200 952-894-7200 ANTIQUES MINNESOTA BURNSVILLE • 191 River Ridge Circle Exit 3A (Hwy 13N) off 35W, 1st Left Nicollett, Left to River Ridge Circle Open Monday-Saturday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM • Sunday 12:00 to 6:00 PM January 2017 The Old Times 3 Classic black dresses never go out of style, and Frazier is always on the lookout for them. Below and at right (detail), is one Frazier picked up at an estate sale. The owner had appreciated its versatility and held onto it for decades. Note that the three pleats running down each side of the skirt are echoed in the sash accenting the torso. decades. Forties New Her answer? It’s all Deal. Fifties flannel. in the eye. Sixties go-go. Seventies Frazier got her disco. Eighties synth fashion eye at home. pop. Whatever she’s “I learned it early turned up from recent on. I learned by sales. watching what [my A band of contrasting black runs just below the For Frazier, fashion mother and neckline and another just above a parade of box may go out of style, but grandmother] wore,” pleats in this slimming, chemise style evening a beautiful piece of she said. classic. clothing is always Her grandma was Autumn Frazier Vintage Treasures. beautiful. born in 1921, her mom Cont. from page 1 You can hunt up “I’ll go shopping in 1941. Two decades her treasures at two with someone. We’ll be apart. But the style that Grandma and went Minneapolis locations at a sale, and I’ll find Frazier remembers them clothes shopping. Those —Flamingos Divine something, and they’ll sharing was classic first purchases built the Finds and Grace & say, ‘How’d you find foundations of what is Company. You’ll find that? I didn’t even see Autumn Frazier today Autumn’s threads from many that,” she said. Cont. on page 6 Antiquing in South-Central Sleepy Eye New Ulm St. Peter Minnesota Mankato Janesville Including Janesville, Mankato, Rapidan Waseca New Ulm, Rapidan, Sleepy Eye, and Waseca NEW ULM RAPIDAN MANKATO MANKATO Cash & Checks We’ve Moved! Broad Street Vintage * Retro * Records * Watkins * Aprons * Quilts * Rugs * Furniture * Jewelry ANTIQUES Only. Melissa & Doug Toy’s ® * Occasional Happy New Year To a bigger and better space! from SaletheDates Peddler! 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Please call for hours. 507-461-0328 5,000 sq. ft. Of shOpping! 200 Oak Street (507) 794-5275 An “ever-changing” variety of 2412 N State St. Collectibles • Antiques • Home Decor Sleepy Eye, MN 56085 (507) 766-1961 country and primitives uniquely Waseca, MN 56093 Gifts Doug Pelzel, Owner displayed in a century-old building. Visit us on Facebook! Like us on facebook! 4 The Old Times January 2017 No leopards were used in the development of this product by Joan Sween OK?” he called back. was, and how Fair these days. We One day this past July, The Man I Dealer’s I looked around for a mirror to see myself undecided I was without a mirror to look arrived at a price. When I got home, I Married and I were at a garage sale where there Choice in. No mirrors for sale. I made eye contact with in, and how useless the coat would be for half pulled on the coat and rushed for a full-length was a full-length, faux The Man I Married. of any year. Naturally mirror. leopard fur coat. It “Buy it,” he said. she pointed out to me “I look like a Gorgeous, no lie. looked like it might be I was flabbergasted. how much she paid for Sherman Tank in faux my size--a size some of TMIM never tells me it in the first place, how leopard camouflage,” I he said. “It looks very the newer boutiques are what to do. His style is a total stranger had snorted. “I look like nice on you. It only cleverly calling “On to let me go my merry complimented me in it, Elton John--and his looks like four Beyond Generous.” way, and when the and how expensive it piano--in faux leopard leopardettes, and I tried it on and it results roll in, he either was to take her upholstery,” I whined. they’re all gorgeous.” fit. It was big and By Joan Sween swells with pride or grandchildren to Valley “I look like mamma Gorgeous? I looked cushy. cowers in embarrass- and poppa leopard and in the mirror again. A man from the ment--whichever six half-grown Well.... maybe if I other side of the garage nice,” he said. seems appropriate. leopardettes all huddled poufed my hair a little called out, “Looks nice “Yeah, but do I So I bought the together for a nap,” I more, wore sunglasses, on you.” look fat in it,” I coat. moaned. I turned and and put on some lipstick “Do I look fat in persisted. Naturally I first gave TMIM a squinty- it?” I asked him. “Lady, don’t push pointed out to the eyed frown. Dealer’s Choice “It suits you. Looks it. You look good in it, homeowner how poor I Camouflage, please “Now cut that out,” Cont. on page 5 Antiquing with the Original Pioneers in Gold Rush Country Harmony NORTHFIELD CANNON FALLS Antiques of northfield Minnesota Minnesota Iowa Iowa 416 S. 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Joan Sween, a drama, The First Lenska? Liberace? Time passed and His style is added. And so I progressed former English teacher and dramaturge, is an Woman, referring to Mary Surratt, who after it’s winter now, and I to let me go The vendor in the through the show, next booth took a long gathering comments antiques dealer in being convicted of aiding in President Lincoln’s could finally wear my cushy, full-length, faux my merry look at me and inhaled and awe as I passed. southeastern Minnesota who has written three assassination became the leopard coat to an way, and deeply. “That sure is When I was leaving an outstanding coat,” the arena, the show books: Nice Girls Don’t Bite, a paranormal first woman to be executed by the U.S. antiques show. I started down the first aisle, when the he said. “Just don’t promoter came over. mystery featuring two government. poufed, sun-glassed, results roll turn around fast in it. 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Wallace picked up this two-piece set at the Wender’s dress shop of Minneapolis. Another label identifies the designer as Buddy Bates. Note the large covered buttons and the braided piping accenting the collar and pockets on the jacket. VINTAGE • HOME ART • GARDEN Open Wednesday–Saturday 10–5 Sunday 12–4 Big shoulder pads weren’t only popular in the 1980s. Think about the women in the those old film noir pictures who walked about with immense shoulders and narrow waists. This 1940s coat could have held its own on the set of The Big Sleep or The Maltese Falcon. Autumn Frazier when the ’50s gave Cont. from page 3 way to the ’60s. “In that era, women Highway 41 & Chaska Blvd., Chaska sophistication. The www.facebook.com/SHOP501company feminine yet timeless Autumn Frazier appeal of the years Cont. on page 7 Spend A Day Five Unique Shops located just a short drive from the metro... 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The former owner had typed up the obituary Autumn Frazier has held onto many of her from a 1962 issue of grandma’s clothes and jewelry items. Carrie Harper’s Bazaar and tucked it in a pocket so Autumn Frazier Wallace must have turned heads in this stunning Cont. from page 6 yellow leather coat. that the new owner could share her dressed up. They had gold cigarette cases and John F. Kennedy took appreciation of the their hats and gloves fancy reusable lipstick off his hat at his talent that had brought and handbags. tubes. Church was a inaugural address and her such a beautiful Grandma always called white-glove affair. left it off. Suddenly, piece of clothing. (Photo courtesy of Autumn her purses handbags.” Well-dressed men men across America Frazier) Back then
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