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"For retrieval by computer, information may be punched on a special card (top). A blank card is shown (bottom)." You could train at Vocational School to be a "key punch operator.

1960's stereo mustang - Google Search

Vintage 1960's General Electric Stereo Record Player - 4-Speed Portable - Solid State - Mustang 200

1960's stereo mustang - Google Search

Loved Flipper. Of course, I had a crush on Sandy, the older brother

'They call him Flipper, Flipper faster than lightening.' everybody loved Flipper!

A camera with a flash that turned and burned out.  You had to change it after every 4 flashes.  I came in a 4-pack.

My nan had one of these cameras she always kept the flash cubes in her desk drawer .Kodak Instamatic Camera witch disposable flash cube and cartridge film. Cutting edge for its time.

Vintage Holly Hobbie/ this was what my room was when I was little... I loved it!

This brought back lots of memories, I loved my Holly Hobby doll! {k} Absolutely loved Holly Hobbie as a child!

speed queen 1951- I wasn't born until '59 but I can remember doing laundry in a washer like this with my grandmother.

1951 washer :) you would run the clothes through the wringer attachment at the top (watch your fingers!) to get enough water out of them to hang on the line to dry. My mom's washer was stored on the porch, can't remember how she got warm water in it.

The song I remember most that Marc recorded:  Paul Simon's 50 Ways to Leave your Lover.  What year was that?!

Panasonic Cassette Tape Recorder with built in mic. I got this for my birthday in grade.I thought I was so cool! I could record songs off the tv and radio.Just be quiet!

powder with the fluffy puff Ma had one and she always smelled so nice...

Powder with the fluffy puff. I remember Avon had one on a long handle - you filled the puff with powder. Best thing they ever had - and of course, they did away with it.

Pops bought this for the family at Christmastime (1949 ?) and cabled it up to our old 1930's floor model radio.  It worked great.  I remember one of my favorite 45's he bought was "That's What I Like About the South" by Phil Harris!

“For the first time… true, ‘live talent’ quality in recorded music with RCA Victor’s new 45 rpm system.

Penny fortune telling scale. They had one of these in a store close to home that also had a deli counter.

I remember these. You could weigh yourself at the grocery store and, at the same time, it gave you some sort of fortune thingy.

Office telephone

Business phone with multiple lines. The red button was 'hold'. As calls came in, the clear buttons would light up and flash.