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Monty's Rascals

The tougher the better. How many kids' lunchbox thermoses survived the wear and tear of daily dropping? Here's a nice, heavy duty Vintage Thermos from "the day".

Surviving the 70's, book cover, ©1971 / Design: Al Pisano

March for peace (Washington, D.C.): I won't fight in Vietnam (1965)

PRELL Shampoo 1960s: the "pearl" at the bottom of their bottle of shampoo just like the awesome dinner plates that came in a box of laundry detergent contrast the striking difference in the excellence of those days and the mediocrity of today.

Melody Push Chime, my sister would play with this while my memaw was trying to watch "her stories" lol

the waltons!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love the saying good night john boy. Want this on pj shirt

Remember the library "check out" card? If you've even been IN a library lately - it's all scanned. But - really - doesn't everyone do this via Kindle now?

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    This are still the library cards at my school. We also stil have those TVs that are on those stands that roll around. XD

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    Now that I think about it the little kids still use those little skateboard things too XD

  • Patty Thompson

    As a retired library paraprofessional, I can tell you that soooo much literature & reference works are NOT available digitally. We all ought to enable libraries survival!

  • Crystal Julian

    I thought is was so cool to see if someone I knew had read the same book I did.. The knowledge of that should be reserved..

My Daddy wasn't a carpenter by trade, but he was good at building and repairing things and he always used one of these rulers. I still have it.

Girl Scout - Brownies I had this exact uniform! troop 181... my favorite piece was the coin pouch on the belt to hold my dues through school until i got to my meeting.

  • Barbara

    What about the green uniform that was next and the sash with all the pins we earned? Girl Scouts.