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The tougher the better. How many kids' lunchbox thermoses survived the wear and tear of daily dropping? Here's a nice, heavy duty Vintage Thermos from "the day".

Jouet téléphone avec les yeux qui bougent :)

1958 Motorola Portable Radio. This was the first time radios where small enough to take with you. It was absolutely revolutionary. People could not believe it, and EVERYONE had to have one to take to picnics or the beach etc. The technology became available because of the space race, and knowing they had to have small transmitters for the space capsules. Biddy Craft

my dad would always put this on my scrapes/cuts. the bright red color made me think my bruise was even worse than it was.

An old water pump. This was how we got water from the farm up on the "Adams farm" when we were enjoying time at the lake with the Cunningham Clan. There was no running water on either site but it didn't feel like "roughing it." I miss the experiences at the cabins with family. Everything felt normal and sane while we were there.

Vintage foldup wire basket - I found one of these at a yard sale, great for blanching vegetables.

Viewmaster Slides- imagine the fun of having all these to add in various ways to your smash books, etc!

1951 *1500 free paper dolls for Christmas gifts Arielle Gabriels The International Paper Doll Board also free Asian paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *

1960s TANG ORANGE DRINK vintage advertisement by Christian Montone, via Flickr cventura

Both of my grandmas had a phone like this -- one in black and the other in red. I loved using them when I visited!