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The 50s, 60s, 70s - Wistfully looking back

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1963 toys

Bud Collier, host of Beat the Clock, 1958. Beat the Clock began airing Thursday nights on CBS on March 23, 1950, running with no commercials. The show's introduction was austere; it had no theme song, just a shot of the Clock ticking off the seconds as announcer Bern Bennett would say "It's time for America's favorite party game, "BEAT THE CLOCK..." and then introduce Bud Collyer.

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bell bottoms, the wider the better

Free People FP Vintage Extreme Flare

.Long Nightshirts. These look very familiar to me!

This is how we did our homework, using reference books, dictionaries and encyclopedias No Google for us we had to know where to look to find the answers ;-)

Bonomo's Turkish Taffy

Vintage Howard Johnson Menu


Hot Potato!

Aye, yii, yii, yiiii, I am the Frito Bandito. I like Frito's Corn Chips, I love them I do. I want Frito's Corn Chips, I'll get them from you. -1968 FRITO BANDITO - PENCIL TOPPER

Colorforms Box

Fashionable ’70s students.

Fishnet stockings in the 1960's, oh yes, we were that cool.

This was how we bathed our babies! It was this or the kitchen sink.-Marilyn (Busby) Horchem

  • Linda Fink

    I love this. I have a very similar picture of my mother bathing me around that age. It was 1949 or 1950.

Hot Rollers. I had to use two sets of them. :> )

60s TV Shows | Red Skelton

Cartoon: Fisher Price popcorn popper

cloth diapers....with rubber pants over them!

It took three minutes for the TV to warm up!

World Book so much use out of our set...

Loved this book, too!

the cloud and smell

I thought I was so cool with my lava lamp...

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