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Christmas in the 50s...so true had the tv and the silver tree...happy times Auntie gave us her tree with a color wheel.

Growing up in the 50's in Florida, I think I had one of these in every color. It seems that's all I wore;-)

I remember watching the Ed Sullivan Show on Sunday nights while growing up in the 60s and 70s. I especially remember seeing the Beatles for the first time when they were on his show! I remember my Dad not liking them and calling them hippies because their hair was so long....LOL!

  • Smitty Smurf

    I loved the Beatles and I remember seeing them too on the Ed Sullivan show for first time

Raro ver una expresión tan divertida en una imagen del 1800. Lindo

I wanted to be just like her...what girl growing up in the 50's & 60's didn't???

Elizabeth

  • Edie Spencer

    my mom lived in an apartment in NYC, with two children and a her spouse, for $180/month. It was described as being horrifyingly expensive. Now that same apartment was turned into a coop and last sold for $400,000. YIKES.

  • Peggy Bair

    I remember those days!

  • Vickie Gross

    Go to "dollartimes.com" to see how much that is now!

  • Deb McAulay

    Anyone remember this, I do!

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Grow up in the 50's, 60's or 70's? You remember Lassie...

Even if you're too young to have ever watched Captain Kangaroo, I'll bet you know what a huge part he played in the lives of kids growing up in the 50's, 60's, 70's and even the 80's!

  • Roberta Bray-Enhus

    Watched everyday romper room too

  • Maureen Writesman

    watched the Captain and crew every morning. Also watched Miss Nancy and romper room. I have a ding dong schoolhouse bell.

  • Susan

    Mr. Green Jeans, Grandfather Clock and Mr. Moose were faves too.

He thought, "That piece of shit ate my nickel." He kicked the side, but his little leg didn't offer much in the way of a threat. The juke box stood silent, mocking him.

Dick Clark and American Bandstand was so much a part of every kids life growing up in the 50's and 60's.

  • Mari Orfali

    Every Saturday morning we would stop cleaning the house to watch or dance while we cleaned