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Cash register...

White vintage cash register ❖Blanc❖ Harold had one just like this one when he ran the store on Barnardsville Hwy.

When I stayed at my Gramma's I was allowed to use this!

TV tray tables for TV dinners. The family would sit in front of its only TV in the living room and watch TV (Gun Smoke, Bonanza, etc) and eat dinner.

Grandfather Clock from Captain Kangaroo Show

Grandfather Clock from Captain Kangaroo. Do you remember this clock on Captain Kangaroo?

Carbon copies (for one copy with the original)...seem so archaic now but did the job at the time, along with mimeograph machines (multiple copies that were a bit wet from the ink and needed to dry) i used to love the smell of freshly mimeoed school papers

Carbon Paper? What’s That?

Carbon Copy Paper - Thank God for my mother's story of incorrectly placing the carbon paper between the two sheets of typing paper.

Cursive Handwriting on Lined Paper

Cursive writing ~Old School.Loved learning to write cursive. My second grade teacher taught this. I still take pride in my writing.

Blast from the past by aurelia on Indulgy.com

Crib with decal. I managed to somehow survive this unsafe crib as did my kids! Oh gosh , this looks just like the baby bed I slept in , i remember climbing out of it to get in the bed with mama and daddy

vintage Dr Pepper machine

retro soft drink machine that held glass bottles you removed from behind the closed door

Aluminum Christmas tree

when I was a kid. Aluminum tree and color wheel quiltincat when I was a kid. Aluminum tree and color wheel when I was a kid. Aluminum tree and color wheel

Then they came out with ink cartridges for fountain pens. When the cartridge was empty, I used the previous ink bottle to refill the cartridge by squeezing the cartridge, sticking it in the ink bottle, and letting go so it would suck up ink.

Cartridge ink pen-used all the way through college and beyond. Had an ink stain on my right middle finger. I still prefer to write with real ink and a good pen nib!

My  mom used these to make  homemade popsicles with these  ~ fromTupperware

Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the Tupperware Popsicle Molds. I still have my Mom's old Tupperware Popsicle molds!

Luden's Wild Cherry Cough Drops-  best tasting things, we ate 'em like candy!

Luden's Wild Cherry cough drops - On Sunday in church in case you started coughing.My Grandma always had these. I would eat them like candy!

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