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Vintage Christmas tree icicles...and you had to hang them one at a time!

The old Rich's downtown Atlanta, with choirs on every floor of the crystal bridge for the lighting on Thanksgiving night.

Chicken Fat: Rich's Officially Opening the Shopping Season

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The Great American Scream Machine Six Flags over Georgia

Rich's clock - downtown Atlanta - vintage

Research Services | Atlanta Preservation and Planning Services

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Fernbank Science Center planetarium - Atlanta

See the planets and stars up close

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The Varsity - What'll Ya Have?

Rich's Department Store Atlanta, GA. The Rich's Christmas tree was a tradition - lit every year on Thanksgiving night.

The Hyatt House, Atlanta (the Hyatt Regency) with the famous blue Polaris revolving restaurant atop. I remember as a child being able to spot it easily on the Atlanta skyline.

Vintage Underground Atlanta

Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More | eBay

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Officer Don & Orville From "The Popeye Show" in Atlanta, 1960's

The Pink Pig Rich's Department Store , Atlanta ...sweet memories

Middle Class Modern: Family History Ideas For The Holiday Season

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I remember this all too well. Skinned knees…mercurochrome.

We would put these in wet hair and sleep on them…take them out in the morning and looked like I had a perm.

POW-MIA Bracelets from the Vietnam Nam war They could be purchased and worn by civilians. The name on the bracelet was a military personnel that went missing or became a prisoner of war. The bracelet would be removed only when the person, whose name is on the bracelet, come home or was found.

60s Vintage Compact Opera glasses. i had a pair of these

The Flying Nun

Aveleyman - Sally Field

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My mom used to make icing with all four of these

Food Coloring - Bon Appétit

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You could hear when the numbers flipped! I had mine from high school, through college and into my first years of marriage.

Remember when computer paper looked like this?

Croquet set. We had one just like this one.

You had to put your head down on your desk to rest.....

The scent of old spice makes me think of my daddy... what a wonderful memory!

The Original Stroll - February 1958..Hello …I was born in March of 58…but my Aunt was a sock hopper in her day and she taught me how to do the stroll. Still remember how to do it.

step stool. the steps folded under the seat out of the way when not in use.

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