Wow. Who would've ever thought that one of the most entertaining 60's product catalogs I've ever stumbled upon would come from a lumber company! But here it is, Sutherland's "Greatest Sale on Earth" catalog-- or judging by the size and general design of it, it's probably more like a newspaper supplement, maybe. And I guess it's from the 60's, looks 60's anyway... anyway, among the fascinating "must buy" items like dryer vents, auger bits, galvanized fittings, and jambs, comes a dozen plus circus-esque pages of cute photography, terrific typography, and illustrated actors and actresses from the golden era of Hollywood (and beyond) made to look like sensational players in a big top ballyhoo of bonanza style bargains! Do all the extraneous bells and whistles featured here really work on carpenter types and home fixer-uppers? While I am neither, those sexy Cleopatra sandals and garter snappin' illustrations would have certainly had me rolling up the windows, locking the doors, and heading into the urban wilds of the most drug-infested, crime riddled city in the good 'ol USA-- East St. Louis, IL! Man, seriously-- do not get yourself killed over ceiling beams or knobs just to save a buck! Sheesh.