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The Flip! Yes I wore my hair like this for the very short time it was long enough.

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ST FRANCIS LAKE CITY AR - the bridge I'd drag race across as a teen :)

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Baby Carrier 1970

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vintage ornaments

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Love!

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restored 150-year-old tiny cabin with a big porch!

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Jacks!!!

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Mountain Dew!

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20's wedding dress

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Ensemble. House of Balenciaga Designer: Cristobal Balenciaga (Spanish, 1895–1972). Department Store: Bergdorf Goodman. Date: fall/winter 1950–51. Culture: French. Medium: silk, metallic, glass.

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TRAINED HIGH NECK LACE on NET TEA GOWN, EARLY 20th C.

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Before they were Capris, they were Pedal Pushers

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Mourning fan used by Mary Lincoln, c. 1860s.

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.Painted silk gauze and bobbin lace leaf, with mother-of-pearl sticks and guards. 1890-1900 France

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King George IV’s Ivory Cockade Fan, 1790 Cockade fans differ from standard hand fans in that they open to a full 360 degrees. Such fans were first recorded in use during early medieval times though they may have been employed much earlier in their country of origin--China.

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Fan Date: late 1880s Culture: American or European Medium: feathers, plastic, metal Dimensions: Height: 10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm) www.metmuseum.org...

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8 track tapes, oh god that seems like eons ago

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...can't believe we wore these!, and they are coming back

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Remember these..., yes

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i remember these

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Chinese Checkers in a Tin with Regular Checkers on the other side

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Anyone remember Tin Tops to play with as kids?

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saddle shoes

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