National Bosses Day dates back to 1958 when Patricia Bays Haroski, an employee at State Farm Insurance Company in Illinois, registered it with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Haroski chose the date because it was her father’s birthday. Can you guess who her boss was? Her father, of course.
Whether you work for a family owned business, a large corporation or for yourself, the Vintage Unscripted team thinks “National Bosses Day” is cause for celebration and for special gifts of the vintage variety.
If your boss :
- Is a car buff: A ’20’s Model A vintage photo – (Attic And Barn Treasures)
- Was a fan of “Mad Men”: A cocktail set from the ’80’s – (Recent History)
- Is into photography: A ’40’s Kodak Brownie Box Camera – (Girl Pickers)
- Is a bit of a dandy: Drugstore bottle labels from the ’20’s – (Selective Salvage)
- Is a note taker – A vintage Gucci pocket notebook – (Vintage Renude)
- Wants to be a writer – A Parker Vacumatic Major fountain pen – (Aunt Hatties Attic)
- Needs a reminder of what you are up to – An industrial sign from the ’80’s – (Third Shift Vintage)
“She works hard for the money…” ~~ Donna Summer