Customers walk by an antique typewriter at the Olympia Flea Market in Olympia last summer. Real estate site Estately has ranked the most nostalgic states based on Facebook users’ level of interest in classic cars, antiques, vintage clothes, vinyl records and Jell-O.
Customers walk by an antique typewriter at the Olympia Flea Market in Olympia last summer. Real estate site Estately has ranked the most nostalgic states based on Facebook users’ level of interest in classic cars, antiques, vintage clothes, vinyl records and Jell-O. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, 2016
Customers walk by an antique typewriter at the Olympia Flea Market in Olympia last summer. Real estate site Estately has ranked the most nostalgic states based on Facebook users’ level of interest in classic cars, antiques, vintage clothes, vinyl records and Jell-O. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, 2016

According to this survey, we’re just not that into retro stuff

May 04, 2017 11:00 AM

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