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  • K. Lang

    16 Magazine's Adonis Gallery Pin-Up Book — Bobby Sherman. Yes. Bobby Sherman.

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Golden Book inside circa 1955 I loved looking at the back inside page of my Golden Books...and finding characters I knew from other Golden Books.

1962 Sears Christmas Book. We would peruse this book and circle everything we wanted for Christmas! I had one of these metal dollhouses...note the "fallout shelter" referenced in the right-lower corner of the page

  • Jan Martin

    Yes! I do still have the little pink baby. Not sure where she is but I know I still have her! Such memories!

  • Cheryl Duran

    So very cool that you still have the baby. Alas, all I have are the memories, but what great memories. Oh yeah, I had all the molded plactic furniture too. Can't tell you how many times I rearranged that house!

  • Jan Martin

    I have a picture of me doing just that! Loved playing with this set. It was a birthday gift. Obviously one of my favorites!

  • Cheryl Duran

    Very cool, and thanks for bringing back some great memories! :)

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Bridal coloring book I had one of these loved it!!!!!!!!!!

Ok I'm thinking you are wondering why this is on my "things that scare me" board but can you think of anything more creepy than a cookie man running down the road... KK

ice cream truck..a nickel was all you needed...notice the little girl is wearing a cute little sundress...yup, we did that

  • JoAnn Lofton

    A dreamsicle was my favorite and fudgesicle. They are still my favorites.

  • Yvonne Baxter

    a dreamsicle, anything like a creamsicle? yummm, i loved fudgesicles too!

  • JoAnn Lofton

    I think so. Vanilla inside with orange coating.

  • Yvonne Baxter

    them be the ones! mmmmmm, I can taste them now. Can I buy one for you and we can sit together, if only in our imaginations, and share a few moments with a creamsicle?

  • Petrina

    Such sweet memories! Still do this in Cherryville, N.C. Comes right by my aunt's house!!! Luv it-

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A freshly opened box of Crayola crayons. I love that smell. I remember the jumbo ones my mom bought me and I remember my first 64 box that my grandma bought me after I had my tonsils out in Kindergarten!

Remember the library "check out" card? If you've even been IN a library lately - it's all scanned. But - really - doesn't everyone do this via Kindle now?

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    This are still the library cards at my school. We also stil have those TVs that are on those stands that roll around. XD

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    Now that I think about it the little kids still use those little skateboard things too XD

  • Patty Thompson

    As a retired library paraprofessional, I can tell you that soooo much literature & reference works are NOT available digitally. We all ought to enable libraries survival!

  • Crystal Julian

    I thought is was so cool to see if someone I knew had read the same book I did.. The knowledge of that should be reserved..

wow ugly! I think they still might make these....

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Daisys, Whistles and Bugles! Beautiful Mid-Century design work on these boxes

  • Jeanann Grewe

    I remember Bugles and Whistles, but I don't think we ever had Daisys.

  • Desi McKinnon

    i've been loving watching the characters on mad men chow on bugles. when i was a kid this was the go to sunday school snack.

  • Barb Schmitt

    I remember our box of Bugles was on the fridge so I'd have to climb on a chair to get some.

  • Regions Trauma

    God I hated Bugles. I can't believe they still make them!

  • Linda Leitner

    They left out Flings. They were my very favorite, out about that same time.

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SAN FRANCISCO HUSTLER Phil Andros (Samuel Steward) Rare Vintage Gay Pulp, 1970. Later reprinted as BOYS IN BLUE