Bible

 

So here it is. Our collection of stuff. Factoids. History. It will remain an imperfect work in progress.

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BIBLE PAGES ARE FULL OF SPOILERS! You have been warned.

Dates and durations of seasons, and intervals between seasons.

The Guide to Mad Men Bars and Restaurants

Characters

Sterling Cooper

  • Staff/Employees
  • Clients

Miscellaneous

  • 1960s Earnings & Spendings
  • Basket of random stuff

Sterling Cooper Draper Price

Cultural References: Season 1 || Season 2 || Season 3 || Season 4 || Season 5 || Season 6

Episode Music

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  3 Responses to “Bible”

  1. Don't know if you have this, or where you'd put it:

    The letterhead:
    http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/06/22/magaz

    The card: http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/forum/viewthre

    The font http://members.lycos.co.uk/craignetonline/fonts/

  2. Steve–
    Zip codes weren't in use by the USPS until 1963. Love the telephone exchange name, "DAyton", though. Check the telephone EXchange name project website for further information. DAyton was apparently a telephone exchange used in the Bronx. http://ourwebhome.com/TENP/TENproject.html

  3. I found this, and thought it might be interesting, especially due to all the non-seatbelt wearing/carseat using/drinking while driving that goes on during the show. A car like this would be pretty typical in 1963, though it would be a few years old. Nice comparison to today. Sent by a friend who had a collision in the modern one several years ago while on the highway with her infant daughter. (Both were fine, but she said her Chevy looked just like this one.)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xwYBBpHg1I

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