good old time!!
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Elliston Place Soda Shop Nashville TN Table Top Juke Box ........ Wow ........ I remember these in our local cafe in Glasgow !
You could play the juke box from these selection boxes placed at each table in a diner....brings back great memories of the '50s.
I remember the first time you took me to Lester's Diner and we played music on one of these. We got a whole bunch of songs for a quarter!
Elliston Place Soda Shop Nashville TN Table Top Juke Box by Mod Betty / RetroRoadmap.com, via Flickr
Elliston Place Soda Shop Nashville TN Table Top Juke Box | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Remember a time when each table had it's own little juke box??
Good old times with a tabletop jukebox - REMEMBER ?!
~diner individual table jukebox~
Love American Style
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Omg, we loved this when we were kids - my sister and I watched it, together - what an education - hahaha! Love American Style
This is Jere (ME): Love, American Style ~ 1969-1974 An anthology comedy series featuring a line up of different celebrity guest stars appearing in anywhere from one, two, three, and four short stories or vignettes within an hour about versions of love and romance.
Love, American Style ~ 1969-1974 One of my favorite shows! Totally silly, but totally sweet 70's sex, romance and fun!
Love American Style was a comedic television anthology, which originally aired between 1969 and 1974. Each week, the show featured unrelated stories of romance, usually with a comedic spin. Episodes featured different characters, stories, and locations.
Love, American Style. Used to love this show. Friday or Saturday nights, like 11:30pm?
Essential programming for every red blooded American teen boy in the 60s and 70s.
Love, American Style ~ 1969-1974 I loved this show Friday night 10:00
Love, American Style; 1969... I loved this show as a kid!!
Love, American Style TV show
TV shows of the past
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Family life television was very popular in the 80s, and The Cosby Show, created by Bill Cosby, was no different.
The Cosby Show-I Think This She Is So Freakin Funny..Never Really Watched It As A Kid But Saw Clips On YouTube And It's Hilarious #80s
No matter what Bill Cosby has done (or not) - this show was and will always be amazing! Totally 80s!
The Cosby Show.... I still watch this- with my kids...... it was one of those shows I never got sick of.... ever.
Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s: The Cosby Show
The Cosby Show - definitely in my top 5 favorite tv shows of all time :)
What was your favorite '80s TV show? #TheCosbyShow
American Diner by Abrilon.....music at the table
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Diner table jukebox I like going to Silver Diner because they have individual table juke boxes - it's awesome!
American Diner Table Jukebox - Buddy, Elvis AND The Chordettes, just to name a few! I am truly jealous of people who lived in the 50s! Also most of these songs were on Stand By Me!!!
American Diner Table Jukebox. Dad use to take me for chicken fried steak and let me put the quarter in for the songs!
I can still hear the first part of every song on this list. American Diner Table Jukebox
American Diner by Abrilon, via Flickr. I remember the tabletop jukeboxes - such fun
American Diner Table Jukebox You are dating yourself if you can sing all of these!
American Diner Table Jukebox - These kept me occupied while waiting on food!
American Diner Table Jukebox... I remember the songs
American Diner Table Jukebox great music
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Sparton “Nomad” Television (Model 17J1K), circa 1960. Such heavy TVs on such dainty little stands. Surely lots of kids got hurt, but it looks so cute
Sparton "Nomad" Television (Model 17J1K), circa 1960 - Advertising Postcard by Shook Photos, via Flickr
Sparton “Nomad” Television (Model 17J1K), circa 1960 Rickety tv stand. Use to sit under and put my feet up on the cold metal. You hand to sit close because older tvs had to literally "turn" the channel by hand. Channel surfing was a lot of turning. Two knobs one for vhf and one for uhf
Sparton “Nomad” Television (Model 17J1K), circa 1960 OMG!!! This looks like my grandparent's house!!!!
Sparton “Nomad” Television (Model 17J1K), circa 1960. Our only TV was a larger table model on a heavy table not a little wire shelf like this 'portable'.
Sparton “Nomad” Television (Model 17J1K), circa 1960 I would go for one of these today in view of all of the Drama with Time Warner Cable! LOL!
Mid century TV on stand
Vintage TV set!!
TV set, 1960.
yes!!! I had these all the time....
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1970s childhood memories - there is a few stores out there that still sell them! I LOVE these things even though you chew for about one minute and the flavor is gone!
I remember I got a whooping when I stole a pack of these. Chiclets Tiny Size
1970s childhood memories - Google Search Remember Chiclets !!! Loved them!!!
1970s childhood memories - one of my favorite candies growing up.
1970s childhood memories - Google Search// I loved these things!
Tiny Size Chicklets - I remember this packaging!
Tiny Size Chiclets....I remember these!!!
These were fun! Blast from the past. lol
Marlo Thomas (Danny Thomas' daughter) in "That Girl", 1960s TV Show. I wanted to be her so badly!! (just like I wanted to be Gidget)
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That Girl, 1960s TV Show ~ Marlo Thomas I loved, her clothes, her Donald and her independent spirit. First time in TV history you saw that.
That Girl, 1960s TV Show. The original "Single Girl Goes to Big City to Make It Big" show with Marlo Thomas.
That Girl, 1960s TV Show. The original "Single Girl Goes to Big City to Make It Big" show with Marlo Thomas. I wanted to be her when I grew up!!!
That Girl! ~ One of the first single-girl-making-it-in-big-city TV shows. Marlo Thomas was Ann Marie (Ann Marie what? Nothing, just Ann Marie)
That Girl (1966) Marlo Thomas stars in this hip, hit 1960s sitcom as Ann Marie, a spunky small-town gal and aspiring actress who charms her way through a variety of wacky temp jobs while trying to catch her acting break in the Big Apple. Taking on New York on her own terms, Ann's irrepressible and independent spirit baffles her parents, but wins the heart of beau Don Hollinger (Ted Bessell) and inspires pals Jerry and Margie (Bernie Koppell and Ruth Buzzi).
That Girl, 1960s TV Show ~ Marlo Thomas. Have this DVD set!! she is so cute.
That Girl ... my sister's most favorite TV show
"That Girl" Tv show | #Childhood Memories
80S, Remember, Outdoor Activities, Rolling Down A Hill, Hill Rolling, Childhood Memories 70S, Simple Pleasure, Kid, 80 S
Rolling down the hill - best fun ever This is so true and we never got hurt or broke out necks, but I bet most kids today have never enjoyed this simple pleasure. Too bad as adults we can't just go out on break at work and roll down the nearest grassy hill!!! :-)you have to yell AS YOU WISH
We used to do this a lot when we were little...I can't remember the last time I saw a kid roll down a hill for fun.
Rolling down the hill - best fun ever This is so true and we never got hurt or broke out necks, but I bet most kids today have never enjoyed this simple pleasure.
Rolling down the hill - best fun ever!!! We never got hurt or broke out necks, but I bet most kids today have never enjoyed this simple pleasure. Keep the great tradition alive!!!
Outdoor Activity: Rolling Down the Hill one of my favorite things to do when I was a kid
Rolling down the hill. I bet most kids today have never enjoyed this simple pleasure.
70s - 80s: Rolling Down the Hill was the best fun ever! Why? Because you could!
Remember? I did this as a kid.
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school desk And vintage record player! I have a very similar record player in red, it's currently sitting on an old sea green tin trunk but I love how this one is displayed
Didn't even think of wire baskets for my records.. hmm maybe up on top of the wardrobe
I love this whole set up. Record player, old school desk, metal crates.
Vintage record player and Christmas albums on an old school desk.
Vintage record player on vintage school desk with Rudolph record
Sweet corner in a child's room with a vintage record player
Cool idea for a record player stand and record storage
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1950s vintage advertisement for Television Sets Women Fashion Photo by Christian Montone, via Flickr
I think our first TV was blond like the one on the left, probably around 1952 - 1950s vintage advertisement for Television Sets Women Fashion Photo by Christian Montone, via Flickr
1950s vintage advertisement for Television Sets, they became a cultural force that many thought would not last..a fad they said..
1950s vintage advertisement for Television Sets Women Fashion Photo
1950s vintage advertisement for TV sets
Vintage TV sets ad
1950s ad T.V
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'Remember Voting' by dlholt on Flickr - The "red, white, and blue" floats on a gentle breeze in front of the Kettle Falls Senior Center. This was once the polling place for our small community. Voting by mail is now standard practice and this location no longer plays a role on Election Day. The place you vote may not be important anyone, but your vote continues to be relevant.
God Home Country #USA, #americanflag, #pinsland, https://apps.facebook.com/yangutu
God and Country, America votes (1) From: FlickR, please visit
"Remember voting" from "dlholt" flickr account.
Beautiful American flag God bless the USA
Remember Voting | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Remember Voting by dlholt, via Flickr
God Home Country #USA, #americanflag,
American flag on country church .
Karen Valentine - Room 222.
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Loved the show and her. I walked over to her house when I was abt 7-8yrs old, her boyfriend answered the door, then Karen came, she was really nice, she signed a 8x10 of herself, gave us hugs and then my friend and I were on our way, happy as could be... (Karen Valentine - TV show: Room 222)
Do you know the name of this actress who starred in the ABC Movie of the Week "Gidget Grows Up", which aired on December 30, 1969. Among other things, she also starred in the TV show "Room 222". If you know the answer, keep it to yourself and pin it!
Karen Valentine from the TV show, "Room 222". Other than the chin dimple, my Sister looked something like her!
Karen Valentine from the TV show, "Room 222". Loved this show........was one of my first teenage shows to watch!
Karen Valentine was one of our favs in Room 222 and the TV show was taped in our kitchen? Oh my! Brick patterned wallpaper!
Karen Valentine - Room 222 and TV's Gidget. Room 222 was on the air from 1969 to 1974.
Karen Valentine from the TV show, "Room 222". Loved her clothes.
Karen Valentine - Room 222. One of my favorite TV shows ! -P
Karen Valentine Room 222
Out of a can ;) Loved it!!
Vintage Hawaiian, Hawaiian Punch, Blast, Childhood Memories, 1955 Hawaiian, Tin Cans, Vintage 1955, Nice Hawaiian
Vintage Hawaiian Punch Tin Can - you opened a big v on the top and a little v for a vent with and old bottle opener that had a sharp side..
Vintage 1955 Hawaiian Punch Tin Can Loved the commercial...How about a nice Hawaiian Punch....LOL
Vintage 1955 Hawaiian Punch Tin Can - photo by Gregg Koenig "how about a nice hawaiian punch."
How about a nice Hawaiian Punch? Vintage 1955 Hawaiian Punch Tin Can - photo by Gregg Koenig
Vintage 1955 Hawaiian Punch Tin Can. How would you like a nice Hawaiian punch?
Blast from the past by aurelia on Indulgy.com
Welcome Back, Kotter is an American television sitcom starring Gabe Kaplan and featuring a young John Travolta. Videotaped in front of a live studio audience, it originally aired on the ABC network from September 9, 1975, to June 8, 1979.
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1970s Television Shows | 1970s and 1980s tv shows at AOL
TV Shows From the 80s | 1970s and 1980s tv shows at AOL
1970s tv shows - Welcome Back Kotter
1970s and 1980s tv shows at AOL:
1970s tv shows - Google Search
1970s tv shows
Sugarfoot TV series 1957-1961
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Will Hutchins ne Marshall Lowell Hutchason, Los Angeles CA, (1930- ), actor. Starred in TV series Sugarfoot.
Sugarfoot TV series starring Will Hutchins as Tom "Sugarfoot" Brewster. Series ran 1957-1961
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"Sugarfoot" TV series 1957-1961. Will Hutchins played the title role.
Sugarfoot -- TV series with Will Hutchins starring as Tom Brewster.
sugarfoot tv show My first crush. Was president of his 'fan club'
Will Hutchins as Tom "Sugarfoot" Brewster. Series ran 1957-1961
Sugarfoot TV series 1957-1961. I sure had a crush on him!
Sugarfoot TV series 1957-1961. Loved this sweet cowboy.
Loved watching it on TV and playing it! Bought one on Etsy so I can pay it again!
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Password game - Milton Bradley - 1960s. I loved playing this game and also loved watching the Password game show. I loved it when they whispered the password to the viewers.
Password game...looking thru the red or blue window. I still have some Password games, but I'm sure they're newer editions.
Password game A favorite game at Our Uncle Chet and Aunt June's Farm. ( be sure to get Uncle Chet for a partner- something in his eyes- you read his mind)
Password game...looking thru the red or blue window. I didn't have it but I loved playing it
Password game. I remember this was one of my mom's favorite games. She was very good at it!
Password game...looking thru the red or blue window. One of my favorite games as a kid!
Password... Yep, this is the exact version of the one we had in the 60s
Password game - My Mom loved playing this game.
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Comments on the prohibition- Thirteen months after the 18th amendment was passed by Congress, Nebraska became the 36th state to ratify it January 16, 1919. The amendment became law January 17, 1920.With great jubilation the dry forces ushered in this new era in American history called Prohibition. Celebrations were held all over the country commemorating the death of John Barleycorn.
January 16, 1920 18th Amendment, prohibition, goes into effect. For the first time in our history, crime became organized at the national level and made more money than most of our biggest industries, such as, steel. Organized crime is still with us. Guess what happened to the American steel industry? Good job, America!
American paper: January 16, 1919 Called "The noble experiment", the 18th Amendment to the Constitution prohibited the manufacture, sale, or transportation of alcohol in America went into effect on January 16, 1920. The United States was now officially "dry" from coast to coast. Prohibition was the law of the land.
January 16, 1920 18th Amendment, prohibition, goes into effect; repealed in 1933 |
Prohibition. Worst day in American history.
1920S Prohibition sign
Paper dolls - we loved these. Didn't take much to make us happy
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I had an extensive paper doll collection. Mom would even give me the last season JC Penney catalog & I'd cut 'paper dolls' out of it too.
Paper dolls, loved them! My mom drew one for me with clothes I colored!
Paper dolls loved playing with these, and colorforms
paper dolls....always loved paperdolls as a child
Childhood Memories •~• paper doll clothing
paper doll collections...
paper dolls, LOVED THEM
Paper doll clothes!
Kukla, Fran and Ollie was an early American television show using puppets, originally created for children but soon watched by more adults than children. It did not have a script and was entirely ad-libbed. It first aired from 1947 to 1957.
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Kukkla, Fran and Ollie: loved this show when I was a very, very, very little kid! (Trying not to date myself!)
✿ 'DO YOU REMEMBER? ✿ THE 'KUKKLA ✿ FRAN ✿ AND OLLIE' SHOW!! ✿ I WATCHED THIS ✿ TV SHOW ✿ ALL THE TIME AS A KID!! ✿
Kukkla, Fran and Ollie: loved this show when I was a very, very, very little kid! I remember watching it with Mom and Dad right after we got our first Tv.
The Kukla, Fran and Ollie TV Puppet show after school in the 50's. Fran was the Hostess..
Kukla and Ollie from "Kukla, Fran and Ollie" they were a little scary to me as a kid.
kukkla, fran and ollie - puppet show on tv in the 50's Jim's favorite show.
Kukla, Fran and Ollie - (Almost) forgotten! I watched this as a kid!
kukkla, fran and ollie - kids tv show
Bozo The Clown---Chicago TV station Channel 9--WGN...Bozo was a kid favorite