The drive-in movie's peak popularity came in the late 1950s & early 1960s ~ particularly in rural areas ~with some 4,000 drive-ins spreading across the U.S. In the 1950s, the greater privacy afforded to patrons gave drive-ins a reputation as immoral, and they were labeled "passion pits" in the media.
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Remembering drive-in movies: Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater in Los Angeles, CA. Photograph taken by J. R. Eyerman, 1949.
Young Couple Snuggling in Convertible as They Watch Large Screen Action at a Drive-In Movie Theater by J. R. Eyerman
Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater early 1950s.
Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater in Los Angeles, CA. Photograph taken by J. R. Eyerman, 1949. (Only it wasn't called snuggling! How about "necking"? These two have just come up for air!!)
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Drive in. @Rachel Gibson this drive in trip needs to happen ASAP! I made an epic play list of 40s and 50s songs for the ride!
Drive in Theater DRIVE IN MOVIES WERE SO FUN BACK IN 50`S AND 60`S.. BIG BAGS OF HOMEMADE POPCORN AND 2 OR 3 GALLONS OF KOOLAID, FOR PARENTS AND 6 KIDS.. MA AND PA KETTLE EVERY SAT NIGHT. THEN STOP AT DAIRY QUEEN AND 5 CENT ICE CREAM CONES........I loved going to the drive-in movies.....Pat
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Drive-In Theatre at San Francisco, 1948. Photograph by Allan Grant. pic.twitter.com/dFjsXYIS59
Drive-in movie theater, San Fransisco, 1948. Would love to go to one of these.. ❤️
Drive-in movie theater in San-Francisco, 1948
movies at the Moonlight Drive In…1950"s
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My favorite Friday or Saturday nights, growing up, were going with my parents to the drive-in movies
Remembering Drive-In theaters. Momma would pop a paper grocery bag of popcorn & I would wear my pajamas... so much fun!!!
Remembering Drive-In theaters. Loved them! The cars were newer when I went. 😂
Drive-in theatres, Saturday night date time
Remembering Drive-In theaters. Loved them!
Old Santa Rosa Ca drive in movie theater.
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Passing notes in class - the original texting
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♥ Love ♥ those saddle oxfords and bobby socks! Such a cool period to have been a teenager. Prior pin states: "1940’s girls passing notes during class… | back to school | high school | black white photography | vintage | books | education | learn | before mobile phones and texting | www.republicofyou.com.au"
1940’s girls passing notes during class… | back to school | high school | black & white photography | vintage | books | education | learn | before mobile phones and texting | Lemme just say don't be the person who tries this because it doesn't work all the time and passing notes should be done more sneakily. Nowadays teachers actually notice your book up like that and don't be the kid to be caught texting because you're looking in your lap. 😓 That's so pathetic I won't even #tipsfromasophmore
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1940s girl passing note...could be us in high school!
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Teen girls passing notes in class 1950’s
1940s girl passing note…so old school
Drive In movies
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Drive In movies. Soooo much fun. Some places still have these but you use your radio for speakers.
1950's Edsel by Ford.at a drive in movie theater.......a real looser at the time but now it is a collectible.
Drive In movies. Loved these went all the time with my aunt and uncle and we brought out own food.
Drive Inn Movies...Watched many an Elvis and Frankie Avalon movies here...
Drive In movies - that s a 1959 Chevy and mine was a 1960 Chevy Bel Air
Drive In movies. Sigh, I wish scenes like this still existed.
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Eight year old coal miner, USA, early 1900’s.
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Eight year old coal miner, USA, early 1900’s.Someone just made up the caption -- this is almost certainly just a little boy dressed up in a costume. 1. Child laborers didn't have families who could afford a studio portrait (and if they did, it would have been in his good clothes 2. Child mine workers didn't use picks, they did scut work. (This kid couldn't even have lifted that pick.)
Child miner adopted by Maybelle after Julius is killed in Sheffield munition factory explosion during WWI
The REAL Hunger Games. >> 8 year old Coal Miner <<< Shows just how lovely "the Capitol" is to District 12. Kids go to school until they're 16/17 in that book, mostly "learning about coal mining"! Shows readers don't care about realistic details if you entertain them enough! Something I need to remember when I'm being all perfectionist realist!
8 year old coal miner, USA, early 1900’s.Children were cheap labor in the mines. He cleaned and played the part of a canary (kids were easier to replace than good miners). Probably Finnish or Swedish & indentured to the company for paying his father's debts to the company store.
Eight year old coal miner, USA, early 1900’s. Wow! What a difference in today's kids and then. Our kids hate to load the dishwasher!
Eight year old coal miner, USA, early 1900’s... Jesus, the kid's smoking a pipe!!! Such a sad little guy:(
Eight year old coal miner, USA, early 1900’s. And my 8 year old thinks its crazy when I ask her to vacuum. Wth?!?
Eight year old coal miner, USA, early 1900’s. | this is pretty sad - thank goodness for child labor laws now.
Eight year old coal miner, USA, early 1900’s. This is so shocking by today's standards and regulations on child labor.
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People watch an unidentified movie from inside their cars at the Whitestone Bridge Drive-in Movie Theater, the Bronx, New York, June 20, 1951. Photo: New York Times Co., Getty Images
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Drive-In Movie Theater - where there was a playground down front under the big screen for children before the start of the show, you could bring your blanket for the car hood or lawn chairs, and also your own popcorn and drinks - I saw many a western (John Wayne often) and war (Van Johnson usually) movies and the cheapest place to go on a date (and make out if you were the type - lol)
whitestone drive in bronx ny | ... Whitestone Bridge Drive-in Movie Theater, the Bronx, New York, June 20
Drive-In Movie Theater - where there was a playground down front under the big screen for children before the start of the show, you could bring your blanket and popcorn and drinks!
Drive- In theatre, Bronx 1951 - All those 1940s cars! www.funflicks.com
1950s Drive in Movie Theater at Dusk
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I miss the driveins!!!!!
Milk delivery, a highlight of the day...especially when he brought chocolate!
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The milk man...REALLY!!! I was really little then but in the early 60's I remember that the milk man delivered milk to your door. He put it in the metal box that we kept on the door step that kept it cool.
Had this thru the 50's. Milkman delivering milk to the door in glass bottles. Absolutely came on horse drawn wagon refrigerated with blocks of ice.
I don't remember ever seeing our milk man but I definitely remember having glass milk bottles delivered to our front porch where our wooden milk box was...
The milkman came twice a week....empties by the front door and a gallon of fresh whole and horribly high cholesterol left....glass bottles....awesome tasting. The Good Old Days....SH
The milk man delivering fresh milk right to the front door. I always wanted Mom to get the "good butter"
This is how we got milk, in glass bottles that the milk man brought twice a week. If you needed more or less than usual, you left him a note.
A milk man came to my Grandmother's house...she left a note for chocolate milk.....glass bottles
Mr. Martin, ( "a.k.a "the Milk Man") delivered our milk, which was in glass bottles.
Mr Timmerman was our milk man. Early 70's
Albert Einstein was very slow to speak and his parents feared he wasn’t too bright. One day, when he was sick in bed, they gave him a compass to him occupied. The new plaything made him wonder about magnetic fields, which got him interested in physics, and, well, you know (some of) the rest.
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http://www.genderneutralbabyclothes.com/category/baby-einstein/ Albert Einstein Einstein at 5 years old. . .The three affective foundations underpinning neophilia — surprise, curiosity, and interest — are referred to as “knowledge emotions,” Gallagher says, because they resemble thoughts in how they spur us to learn.
1882 | Albert Einstein was very slow to speak and his parents feared he wasn’t too bright. One day, when he was sick in bed, they gave him a compass to keep him occupied. The new plaything made him wonder about magnetic fields, which got him interested in physics, and, well, you know the rest.
Young Albert Einstein, 1882. Wonder what he was like as a kid?...
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Young Albert Einstein, 1882 We all start somewhere..
Young Albert Einstein (age 4-5?) Look at that swag.
A young Albert Einstein. No sign yet of crazy hair.
Young Albert Einstein, 1882. An incredible mind.
Young Albert Einstein, 1882
Before there was iTunes
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Jukebox 1950s growing up these were the closest thing we had to video games...I wish I had one today, fully stocked with vintage 45s!
Jukebox, 1950s. Ok I don't remember the 50's but do remember jukeboxes and still love them.
Jukebox 1950s We had one of these in my 6th grade class in Cranberry Twp grade shcool.
1950s teenagers making a jukebox selection
put another dime in the jukebox, baby...
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I LOVE 1950s music!
Folsom Street, San Francisco after the Great Earthquake of April 18th, 1906.
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THE SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE, 1906 This is what Folsom Street looked like after the earthquake struck. Does anyone have any other photos of the city from this time?
San Francisco (Folsom Street), luego del terremoto del 18 de abril de 1906. / Folsom Street, San Francisco after the Great Earthquake of April 18th, 1906.
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San Francisco, April 18th, 1906. Folsom Street after the Great Earthquake
Folsom Street, San Francisco after the Great Earthquake (April 18, 1906)
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Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon in a scene from Beach Blanket Bingo, shown at a drive-in movie theater in Florida, 1965
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Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon in a scene from Beach Blanket Bingo, shown at a drive-in movie theater in Florida, 1965. www.funflicks.com www.fullmoondrivein.com
Actors Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon in scene fr. film Beach Blanket Bingo, shown at drive-in movie theater. (Photo by Henry Groskinsky//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images) Jan 1, 1965
A scene from Beach Blanket Bingo shown at a drive-in movie theater in Florida, 1965. ...
At the drive-in, watching a "beach" movie with Frankie and Annette.
May 08, 1945 — Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II.
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May 08, 1945 - Times Square New York City Two million people gathered to celebrate the end of World War II.
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New York City, May 08, 1945: Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II.
May 08, 1945 - Times Square New York City Two million people gathered to celebrate the end of World War II. That's 2,000,000 people, think about that. GOODNESS
May 08, 1945 — Two million people gathered in New York City's Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II.
May 08, 1945: Two million people gathered in Times Square New York City to celebrate the end of World War II.
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Coke, being served at the AW Root Beer, Stand, the car hop, waitress, would take your order, and bring your food and drinks, out to your car, and the tray, attached to your door. To the Original Pinner: this is a Drive In Movie Theater.....see the Speaker?
♡ Are you lucky enough to remember when carhops brought your tray out like this, Friday night at the Drive-in Movie?♡
Drive Ins - happy childhood memories - sleeping in the back of our station wagon while Mum and Dad watched the movie!
Fast Food Drive in - A car hop would bring your order on a tray that clipped on the car window. Love the mustard and catsup bottles; so much better than individual packets, which also wastes far too much plastic.
Remember these days-going to eat hamburgers and malts at a drive in w/ Car Hops on roller skates serving your order on a tray attached to your car!
The Drive - in movies....and curb side dining. Reminds me of the Big Boy restaurant and A&W Root Beer
One of my favorite parts of going to the drive-in movies. Food was brought out to you by a "car hop"
Drive-in Movies where you watched two feature films, news and cartoons, and a bunch of ads, from the comfort of your car. My parents would only let me go with them. Not with a boy. Most girls who got pregnant did so at Drive-in's where I lived.
Drive Ins - my mom was a car hop when she met my dad. He drove in and she waited on him...voila!
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Drive-in Movie Theaters! [Summer Bucket List: 2012] this year we're going to try the Keno in Kenosha, last year we went to the one in RLBish and it was a dirt parking lot with TONS of mosquitoes
Drive in movies for the summer! Yes, they do still exist! Great date idea :) #WetSealSummer #Contest
Camden, New Jersey is home to the first drive-in movie theater. Richard Hollingshead opened it in the summer of 1933.
There are only just over 300 drive-in movie theaters left in the USA. I want to visit as many as I can... Here's a list: http://www.driveintheater.com/drivlist.htm
Sitting in their cars and trucks, an audience at a drive-in movie theater watches a couple kiss on screen in London. Photograph by Zen Icknow
Drive-in movie theaters were always a fun thing to go to. There are even some around today!
Go to a drive in movie theatre... and make out.
Drive-in... My favorite place to be!
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Coppertone suntan lotion ad from the early 1960s.
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Vintage Coppertone Ad reminds me of driving down to the Jersey Shore as kid. http://paulrichmondstudio.blogspot.com/2011/07/alan-ilagan-cheesecake-boy-in-progress_29.html
The old moving Coppertone suntan lotion ad on the side of I-5 north-bound near the Orange and Los Angeles county border. Anyone else remember that?
1960's Coppertone Ad - Did you know this was supposed to be Jodi Foster when she was little?
Iconic Vintage Coppertone Suntan Lotion Ad, from the early 1960s.
Happy 60th Coppertone! Vintage Coppertone Ad [Texture]
1960's Coppertone Ad... it was a whole other world
Vintage Coppertone suntan lotion ad 👣
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Coppertone - Vintage Ad
Monkey Bars....The Good Ole Days
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Previous Pinner said: jungle gym... I was a big climber, but I also took quite a few major falls. How ever did we survive childhood in the 50's and 60's?? lol
Jungle gym aka Monkey Bars - where you really learned to hold on. If you fell, you hit steel bars before you landed on the ground ... I was a big climber!
Monkey bars? Or Jungle Gym? No matter what you called it, wee little monkies could play on this equipment for hours on end!
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Elementary School "Jungle Gym" Or Was It Called "Monkey Bars" WhatEver It Was ..... We Survived
Monkey Bars / Jungle Gym When I was in elementary school I was Queen of these Monkey Bars.
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"REAL" playground equipment during the 60's. Jungle gym or monkey bars.
Recess on the Jungle Gym (c.1950)
A drive up telephone, 1959 vintage photo.
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We'd be much safer if cell phone use required cars to be stationary, as with this "drive-up telephone" from 1959.
Madge left her cell phone at home today. She wanted to let Frank she was on her way home.
Call from your car! 1959 Chevrolet convertible and a convenient drive-up telephone
Drive-Up Phone to use from car 1959. Our version of "mobile" phones back then!
A drive up telephone, 1959 vintage photo... long before cell phones :)
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phone from car 1950! lol you've come a long ways baby
Phone from car 1959.......the first car phone??????
Projector Screen to watch reel to reel home movies. I remember that the screen always smelled a certain way, I loved it, haha!