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  • Jacqueline -Jackie Hill-Naaman

    RCA Color TV (1954) You "know" You're A "Baby Boomer" When You Watched "The Wizard of Oz" On A TV Like This One...and "Black Panthers" were "Decorative" Additions To The Living Room...

  • Kayola Skinner

    RCA Color TV (1954) We had one like this only the screen was a bit bigger.We even had that black cat statue...and Wizard of Oz came on once a year....LOVED IT!

  • Debbie Brown

    I remember seeing color TV for the first time.

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