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Pokey and Gumby I remember watching them when I was growing up!

Got sooo many great things by collecting S & H Green Stamps. Loved sticking them in the books and then looking through the catalog picking my next toy or maybe a awesome household item we will all excited about. When we finally had enough books full --- the trip to the S redemption center was like Christmas!!

i probably still have my orange demo gun floating around somewhere!

I remember wearing these almost every day. They were so right I couldn't wait to get them out of my hair at night.

The game that taught girls you don't want the bum with no job !!! LOL Yea like we needed a board game to figure that out...LOL

Locket Kiddles 1967 - 1970 - all of the locket dolls were 2" tall. Liddle Kiddles were introduced by Mattel in 1966. They were tiny dolls, ranging from 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches tall, with pose-able limbs and rooted hair.

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Vintage 1970 Romper Room Romper Stompers - Had these! Can't believe I never sprained my ankle!

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I loved my earth shoes! Wish I still had them. Even had a pair of earth tennis shoes.


Susan Dey 1970 Pssssssst

1970's Burt

1970s cheech & chong

1970 LOVED George Harrison!!!!!

David Cassidy. 1970's. poster inside my locker door. ;)

Love Story 1970.jpg The ultimate love story!

Hippie Barbie..Oh I soooo want


70s hair products- the fact that I remember 3 of these makes me feel completely dated!!! LOL

the good ol' days

Gilda Radner

Pong quickly became a success and is the first commercially successful video game, which led to the start of the video game industry.

Swimmer Mark Spitz was golden