One hundred years ago, a town in Oklahoma had a brilliant idea: they created a time capsule of everyday objects to give the town of the future a glimpse of what life was like a century prior.
Coming to you from 1913, here is a blast from the past.
The Pioneer Telephone & Telegraph Company's phone could not get 3G signal anywhere.
The Royal Costume Magazine of 1913 gives you the season's best looks while you side-eye a cruise seat.
This newspaper from 1913 looks back on old-school Okies from 1889.
Quality Coffee from 1913 may be a little past its sell-by date.
The Oklahoma state flag has undergone a few changes since then.
The people of 1913 say hello to the people of 2013.
Amazingly, the townspeople included a letter written in Braille.
And a Bible written in the Choctaw language.
A book of the Chickasaw Nation's constitution.
And if you wanted to crank up the tunes for the Century box festivities? Look no further than an Edison Graphophone.
Credit: Downtown OKC, Inc.