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    Drive in movie

    drive-in movies

    drive-in

    Passing notes in class - the original texting

    Drive In movies

    Eight year old coal miner, USA, early 1900’s.

    Drive-in movies...".

    Milk delivery, a highlight of the day...especially when he brought chocolate!

    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.

    Before there was iTunes

    Folsom Street, San Francisco after the Great Earthquake of April 18th, 1906.

    drive in movie.

    May 08, 1945 — Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II.

    Drive Ins

    drive-in movie theater

    Coppertone suntan lotion ad from the early 1960s.

    Monkey Bars....The Good Ole Days

    A drive up telephone, 1959 vintage photo.

    Projector Screen to watch reel to reel home movies. I remember that the screen always smelled a certain way, I loved it, haha!