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Fairs should bring back the lovely vintage pastel Ferris wheels because I'm totally loving this one

Funny, But True...

Vintage Barbie in Friday Night Date Personally I would never wear this on a date but that's just me.

Vintage clogs.

Olde America Antiques | Quilt Blocks | National Parks | Bozeman Montana : Sewing and Quilting - The Singer Sewing Machine

Vicks Formula 44 Cough Syrup - 1970

One phone in the house....When the phone rang you didn’t know who was calling until you answered.

vintage linens

vintage wooden toy radio . 1960s fisher price . jack and jill music box - I had one like this

Plop plop, fizz fizz - oh - what a relief it is.........

Savings passbook!

G.E. steam iron from the 1960s. My mother had one!

1961 Uncle Wiggily Board Game. I remember playing this at Grandma L.'s house. I have the game now at my house and it still has all the cards and two of the original player's discs. Owen is starting to pretend that he is reading the cards - too cute!


Lady Clairol Make up mirror

The 1964 World's Fair in Queens...

LIFE in the 50s, no electronic scanner, you had to push it with your fingers and know how to count back the change.

Woolworth's lunch counter. One of my favorite things in the world as a kid!

Swag lights for the 60s-70s, went well with shag carpet - grandma's was gold

Unused Box of Vintage Printed Pastel Cotton Hankies

pink vintage Knapp Monarch Therm-A-Jug. We had a taller one... I think it was red and white.


Anodized Aluminum Tumbler Set. These are great!! Keep your drinks so cold.

11th July 1970: Check Out The Queen’s White Go-Go Boots ❗

19th century American children at work in the factory