Priceless...the good old days!!! No take out meals. We were all at the table even if we did not want to eat. Kids cleaned up after meals that Mom cooked.
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Priceless...the good old days!!! Prayer before anyone ate. No take out meals. We were all at the table even if we did not want to eat. Kids cleaned up after meals that Mom cooked.
Growing up we always set down together as a family,had the same seat,said a prayer before we ate,and everyone was usually there (6 kids) and the tv was never on! What happened...everyone just to busy?
Priceless...the good old days!!! Prayer was always said at meal time. Jesus sat at our table!
When families worked together, stayed together, ate together and prayed together.
Priceless...the good old days!!! Prayers said before we ate any meals.
Priceless.....family prayer and a meal together around the table!!!
everyone ate together and many said a prayer before. We still do!
FAMILY PRAYER - Priceless...the good old days!!!
Family style meals. At the table!
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Family style meals. What happened to our society? (We ate like growing up and my family ate like this when I had my own children too! )
Family Style: 1943 March 1943. Rochester, New York. "The Babcocks at the dinner table." Large-format negative by Ralph Amdursky for the Office of War Information.
Babcock family dinner with generous amounts of meatloaf and gravy, steamed potatoes, peas and carrots, sliced tomatoes, celery and olives, sliced bread "and" rolls with fresh butter. Rochester, N.Y., March, 1943
Family Style: 1943 March 1943. Rochester, New York. "The Babcocks at the dinner table." Continuing the saga of war worker Howard Babcock and his family. Large-format negative by Ralph Amdursky for the Office of War Information.
Family Style: 1943 Not many families eat together anymore :(
Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Family Style: 1943
Remember eating dinner as a family1950's.
Family time at the dinner table ~ 1943
Loved the family dinners at maw's
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10.20.14 Remember Thing on The Adams Family? That theme song is stuck in our heads forever I'm sure!!
Thing...The Addams Family - Chris had a Thung bank. Too funny. The hand grabbed the $$$.
Adams Family "Thing" - Love the Addams Family!!
Remember Thing? Hint- Adams Family
'Thing' from The Addams Family
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The Addams Family | Thing
Thing Adams Family ?
The Lord's Prayer
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The Lord 's prayer-- though I say this five times a week, it still fills me with energy every time I say it.
The Lord's Prayer - Jesus taught us how to pray with this scripture. It is an example, not to be repeated verbatim by rote. When I pray it is like talking with a beloved friend but also my LORD.
The Lords Prayer - As is in Matthew 6:9-13 (King James Version
The Lord's Prayer~Jesus example of how to pray!
The Lord's Prayer...KJV My Favorite Prayer!
MATTHEW 6:9-13, THE LORD PRAYER,AMEN
The LORD'S Prayer...KJV
♔ A Wedding Prayer
Sunday Gatherings on the Church grounds...
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Sunday Gatherings on the Church grounds... What great food... This happened once as month at my church growing up with singing groups all day and all kinds of country cooking dishes to eat all day.
Sunday Gatherings on the Church grounds... What great food...fried chicken and scolloped potatoes YUM
Sunday Gatherings on the Church grounds, this is earlier'n than the Church Basement ones I attended.
Sunday Gatherings on the Church grounds... What great food... I loved the church picnics.
Sunday Gatherings on the Church grounds... What great food... "Dinner on the Ground"
Sunday dinner on the church grounds. What great food...what wonderful memories!
"Decoration Day" on Memorial Day we "decorate" graves & eat dinner on the ground
Church gatherings with great food
Children eating their Christmas dinner during the Great Depression: turnips and cabbage
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Children eating Christmas dinner during the Great Depression era turnips and cabbage. * current generations (including my own), have no idea what hard times are: with all the programs, public aid/welfare, etc. that we have for people, they cannot fathom what sacrifice or hard times REALLY are.
Christmas dinner during Great Depression: turnips and cabbage. Look at their shoes. At least they had shoes. Lots of people didn't.
Children eating their Christmas dinner during the Great Depression: turnips and cabbage. Makes me feel so humbled.
Christmas dinner during Great Depression: turnips and cabbage. My dad lived through the Depression and to this day, he won't eat turnips.
This is captioned: Christmas dinner during the great depression, turnips and cabbage. But this is not just history. It continues in the U.S. to this day.
Christmas dinner during Great Depression: turnips and cabbage. Photographer unknown.
Christmas dinner during the Dust Bowl Era.
Vintage photo of farm hands eating lunch during harvest circa 1940.
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Vintage photo of farm hands eating lunch during harvest circa 1940. I remember my grandmother talking about the "threshing crew" and how she would cook many hours to feed a crowd of men like this.
Vintage photo of farm hands eating lunch during harvest circa 1940. Reminds me of meals at my Aunt Sarah's house!
Vintage photo of farm hands eating lunch during harvest circa 1940. Before fast food people sat down at a table and ate together.
Vintage photo of farm hands eating lunch during harvest circa 1940. Notice the size of the plates. Small.
Vintage photo of farm hands eating lunch during harvest circa 1940. This was typical for my dad's family. Dickinson Dairy Farm, Norridgewock, ME
Familys eating dinner together love this.Vintage photo of farm hands eating lunch during harvest circa 1940.
I remember my aunt's family had their biggest meal at 12:00 because working on the farm took so much energy....Vintage photo of farm hands eating lunch during harvest circa 1940. Before fast food people sat down at a table and ate together.
Vintage photo of farm hands eating lunch during harvest circa 1940. Reminds me of a breakfast I had once on the family farm in GA.
farm hands lunch during harvest circa 1940.
Burroughs Family Cabin, Hale County, Alabama, 1936: Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975) Gelatin silver print
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Washroom and Dining Area of Floyd Burroughs' Home, Hale County, Alabama, 1936, Walker Evans, gelatin silver print. Silver gelatin prints have a light of their own.
mpdrolet: Farmer’s Kitchen, Hale County, Alabama, 1936 Walker Evans ...I remember these things....the oil table cloth, the cabinet, ours had flour ben...the water pan on back porch shelf......
Washroom and Dining Area of Floyd Burroughs' Home, Hale County, Alabama, 1936, Walker Evans, gelatin silver print
Burroughs Family Cabin, Hale County, Alabama, 1936: Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975) Gelatin silver print
Farmer's Kitchen, Hale County, Alabama, 1936- Walker Evans Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.com
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mpdrolet: Farmer’s Kitchen, Hale County, Alabama, 1936. by Walker Evans.
Farmer's Kitchen, Hale County, Alabama, 1936 photographer, Walker Evans
Eating together at the table.
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Families eating together at the table without the TV on..My family did this at every evening meal when I was growing up. Three girls on the left, three brothers on the right, mom and dad at each end.
Families eating together at the table without the TV on. "And food fights with my sibs when Mom turned her back, LOL"
a family of five sit around a small dining table in the kitchen eating a meal
I have great memories of gathering around the meal table as a child -
Stories: What Does Your Kitchen Table Tell You? - The Southern C
family dinners, everynight. No Tv. Because i said so. :)
eating together AT the table ..family time
eating meals together
Happy Days debuted in 1974. Set in 1950s Milwaukee, the series presented an idealized view of life during that era, focusing on the solidly middle-class Cunningham family, father Howard (Tom Bosley), mother Marion (Marion Ross), and children Richie (Ron Howard), Joanie (Erin Moran). The show’s breakout character, however, was Arthur Fonzarelli aka The Fonz. Originally introduced as a minor character, “Fonzie” as he was fondly called,
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Today marks the birthday of actor Tom Bosley (1927-2010), best known as Howard Cunningham on the long-running sitcom Happy Days, and the title character on the TV series Father Dowling Mysteries. Our Collector’s Treasure of the Day is this cast photo autographed by the full cast of Happy Days at a reunion in 2009.
1970's Happy Days was an American television sitcom that originally aired from January 15, 1974, to September 24, 1984, on ABC. Created by Garry Marshall, the series presents an idealized vision of life in the mid-50's to mid 60's United States. Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Tom Bosley, Henry Winkler, Donny Most, Erin Moran, Al Molinaro,
Happy Days was an American television sitcom that originally aired from Jan. 15, 1974 to Sept. 24, 1984; starring Ron Howard (1974-80), Henry Winkler, Tom Bosley, Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Donny Most (1974-80), Erin Moran (1974-81 and 1983-84), Al Molinaro (1976-82) and Scott Baio (1977-81 and 1983-84).
The television series "Happy Days" ran from 1974-1984. The show follows the lives of the Cunningham family and their lives in Milwaukee. Set in the 50's- 60's, the show shows the lives of young adults during the period and became very popular in the decade it aired.
1970 tv shows Happy Days --- I was able to see a filming of this show while on a Girl Scout field trip!!
1970 tv shows Happy Days --- I think everyone liked this one!
happy days, the entire cast......happy childhood memories!
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Happy Days..One of my favorite tv shows ever....
USA, 1956. By Wayne Miller
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We said grace at every meal.... 1956~Photo by Wayne Miller (Still do) ... but you can't in school any longer.... :-(
We said grace at every meal.... 1956~Photo by Wayne Miller (Still do) ... but you can't in school any longer.... :-(. I remember blessing our graham crackers and milk in kindergarten. God is great, God is good. Let's us thank him for our food. Amen.
Saying grace at every meal, to thank the Lord for our food 1956~Photo by Wayne Miller
We said grace at every meal (1956) ~ Photo by Wayne Miller
USA 1956~snack time at school. Wish we'd go back to this
Prayer in School USA, 1956. By Wayne Miller
USA 1956~snack time at school... Amen
USA 1956~Photo by Wayne Miller
Wayne Miller. 1956. USA
Did this as a kid?: Good times
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What kid didn't clamor to the kitchen, when they knew their mother was about to pour the cake batter into the baking pan, just so they could get some good licks off of the beaters and then with a spoon, scrape the remainders out of the bowl? I know I sure did, I don't think I ever missed one time.
Yep, we ate cake batter off the spoon and licked the bowl! (Raw eggs!! :o but we did it!) Happy memories of helping my mom when I was little
This back when we weren't scared to eat raw eggs in the batter. I remember loving to be able to do it, but no one knew we were not supposed to eat raw eggs. My dad used to make homemade egg nog with raw eggs too. It was great, one of my fond childhood memories.
licking the beaters. Somethings never go retro. Kids and husbands will be licking the beaters til the end of time!
Remember licking the cake batter from the large mixing bowl? And we lived to tell it! ..... Oh my gosh, how did you find that picture. Yeah .i remember the icing turning red after my hand got caught in the beaters.... When they were still turning!
Good times. As the joke goes....I had a good Mom...she always stopped the mixmaster before giving us the beater to lick! All went well in our house until the third child was born. Actually what happened is two got the beaters and the third got the bowl.
Yes, uh huh... when we weren't scared to eat raw eggs in the batter. STILL EAT RAW EGGS IN CAKE BATTER
Remember being able to lick the beaters and clean the cake batter bowl and not stressing about ecoli. I survived hundreds of lickings and now my grandchildren look forward to baking with me..their favorite dough to lick from the bowl is Duncan Hines brownie batter.
Good times...we loved licking the beaters ... still do.
hide and go seek.
Childhood Memories, Ole Days, Baby Boomer, Memory Lane
Playing hide & seek ...til' the street lights came on, or until my Dad would whistle.... great memories!
"98, 99 100...Ready or not, here I come!" Playing tag with friends. Children games. Remembering the 70's.
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playing hide & seek ... great memories! We played over the whole city block....I was smallest so I was always "it". Would storm into house crying, I hate this game, I quit! Mom would make me go back outside n play.
Mattie likes to take care of people, especially immigrants. This picture shows children playing hide and seek. In a way, she helps the immigrants \hide\ from the law or the police.
"Hide & seek" "Hide & go get it" "freeze tag"
Play Hide & seek with my friends one more time
Day 13, childhood memory
Family Affair - my daughter loved this show and she had Buffy and Mrs. Beasley dolls
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Family Affair- Loved this show....starring: Sebastian Cabot, Johnny Whitaker, Brian Keith, Kathy Garver & Anissa Jones
Family Affair - Cissy, Buffy, Jody, & Mr. French Loved this show. One Christmas I received a talking Buffy doll and my little sister received a talking Miss Beasley doll : )
Family Affair I got Mrs. Beasley b/c of Family Affair. Loved her until a stray dog stole her from me while I played in the yard.
Family Affair - loved it! - We never missed an episode. I even had my own Mrs. Beasley doll!
Family Affair (Cissy, Buffy, Jody, Bill and Mr French). I had a Mrs Beasley doll too :-)
Family Affair..loved it! My childhood friend had the doll Mrs. Beasley.
Family Affair Loved this show! Brian Keith was so good looking!
Family Affair, one of my favorite tv shows when I was young.
Family Affair 1966 - 1971
hanging out on the porch, 1951
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1950s People actually talked with each other and built stronger bonds. Some really good times meeting on each others porches. Life magazine
"1950s People actually talked face to face with each other and built stronger bonds than now." Front porches were social media.
~"1950s People actually talked face to face with each other and built stronger bonds than now. If this were taken today, everyone would be sitting with their backs to each other texting on their smart phones."~
"1950s People actually talked face to face with each other and built stronger bonds than now." I remember those summers hanging out on the front porch with my friends. Good memories.
LIFE - 1950s ? The girls their have shirts tucked into their shorts:)
Southern Weekend! Vintage photo, still stand true.
I remember "dinner on the ground" Central Baptist church in Athens GA 40's &50's hf
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"Dinner on the grounds"...after church! Yummy!
Remember dinner on the ground after church?
I remember "dinner on the ground"
The Sunshine Family - Favorite toy ever
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The Sunshine Family - dolls that had a hippie family, went 2 outdoor concerts and lived on communes!
The Sunshine Family Dolls - Oh my gosh!! We had these dolls when I was growing up and my mom turned them into Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus, and the little drummer boy! Lol! Great memories!
My favorites. I had the black family too, which concerned Little Grandma.
The Sunshine Family Dolls and my hand made doll house = hours of fun
I had this set. Plus the black family set.
The Sunshine Family....die had ik!
My absolute FAV childhood memory
The Sunshine Family! BOBBY!
The Sunshine Family Dolls!
The Partridge Family
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Single parents raising a family were a popular genre in the 60's: Family Affair, Julia, The Partridge Family, The Courtship of Eddie's Father, My Three Sons, Petticoat Junction, and Beverly Hillbillies to name a few.
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The Partrige Family. Loved, loved, loved that show! Had the biggest crush on David Cassidy.
The Partridge Family. David Cassidy. What 10 year old girl didn't want to marry him?
The Partridge Family - Friday Nights. David Cassidy was SO cool!
The Partridge Family!!!! Love David Cassidy!!!
The Partridge Family - childhood memories
The Partridge Family-David Cassidy
My all-time favorite TV show!
Sharecropper Lonnie Fair and his family praying before meal. Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Scott, Mississippi,1936.
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Delta and Pine Company African American Sharecropper Lonnie Fair and Family Praying before a Meal Premium Photographic Print by Alfred Eisenstaedt at Art.co.uk
Family Praying before a Meal by Alfred Elsenstaedt------I love seeing families sit together with heads bowed before a meal! Simplistic Beauty!!!
Sharecropper Lonnie Fair and his family praying before meal. [Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Scott, Mississippi,1936]. In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. 1 Thessalonians 5:18
Sharecropper Lonnie Fair and his family praying before meal, Scott, Mississippi, United States, 1936, photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt.
Sharecropper Lonnie Fair and his family praying before meal. Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Scott, Mississippi,1936. Always Thankful
The power of prayer and family meals. Too many of us have gotten away from this...living in the fast lane w/ multiple schedules in the household.
Delta and Pine Company African American Sharecropper Lonnie Fair and Family Praying before a Meal
The power of prayer and family meals. Too many of us have gotten away from this...
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Beaufort, South Carolina. Several generations of a slave family, all born on the plantation of J.J. Smith. Taken in 1862 by Timothy O'Sullivan.
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Five generations on Smith's Plantation, Beaufort, South Carolina Original Photographs from the Civil War
Generations of an American slave family, all born on the plantation of James Joyner Smith, Beaufort, South Carolina, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, 1862
Five generations on Smith's Plantation, Beaufort, South Carolina. Original photographs from the Civil War http://www.mikelynaugh.com/VirtualCivilWar/New/Originals2/index.html
Black Family Art Prints | ... Slave Family Photograph - African American Slave Family Fine Art Print
Vintage photos of an enslaved family held captive on a South Carolina Plantation
African American Family - Large Family Original photographs from the Civil War
Slave Family on a South Carolina Plantation, American Civil War (1861-1865)
Vintage slave photos | Slave Family on a South Carolina Plantation
- African American Slave Family
loved this book!