These vintage Harzfeld's branded soaps made in England were found at a recent K.C. Antiques and Collectibles Show.
"What soap is to the body, laughter is to the soul."
Finally, we have a fresh post. Sorry that it's been a while, things have been pretty busy.
We had a great time this past Saturday. Tillie, a resident at The Atriums, invited us to a lunch and to talk. She also invited a number of fellow former employees of Harzfeld's to the lunch where there was continuous reminiscing and laughter. A number of items where brought in to share, some of which we'll post on the blog in the coming days.
Tillie and friends at luncheon
We're looking forward to attending Fashion for a Cause, this Sunday. It's a benefit for Women's Health Programs at Truman Medical Center (TMC).
Save the date, May 25, for a talk by Historic Garment District's Ann Brownfield. She will share about Kansas City Hats at the Kansas City Museum for their Community Curator series.
We're excited and grateful to have our book, Harzfelds: A Brief History, highlighted in the May issue of
Natural Soap Company
This Sunday is World Laughter Day!
Thanks to Creative Instigation for making us aware of
The Levity Project post on World Laughter Day.
The Daily Show
Fred and Friends
Edward Steichen—In High Fashion: The Condé Nast Years 1923-1937 at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, May 15 — July 25