This look exactly like the one we had in our living room when in the early/mid '60s. My mom played vinyl records of nursery rhymes, stories and songs on it for my little brother and me.....Elizabeth:

we never wore shoes in the summer back in those days

All the pin cushions growing up looked like this. My Grandmother had one till the day she passed away.

Lift! Tilt!


Who didn't wear stirrup pants in the 50s and 60s and then again in the 80s and 90s?

TV antenna.

Another favorite game show of mine was Pyramid! It is a television game show which has aired several versions. The original series, The $10,000 Pyramid, debuted March 26, 1973. Dick Clark is the host most commonly associated with the show, having hosted most incarnations of it from 1973–1988. The 10,000 Pyramid show hosted by Dick Clark is the one I remember first came on TV while I was in high school.

Console stereos

Dr. Scholl's 'Original' Sandal | Nordstrom

45 inserts

mixing it up. Sixties

The Cartwrights (from left): Dan Blocker as 'Hoss', Michael Landon as 'Little Joe', Lorne Greene as 'Ben' Pernell Roberts as 'Adam' in Bonanza (1959-73, NBC)

This was my Mom's favorite cookbook when I was growing up. I have a copy and still love mine!

Christmas in the 1960's

Changing Table

A reel rotary push mower

45's and inserts


Crane Scissors - Moorea Seal

Cash Registers - Non Computerized These fascinated me when I was young... Those cashiers could get their fingers to fly over the keys. It was machine magic.