The Waltons. When I was a kid, after this show was over on Thursday nights, mom would say, "Good night Holly!" After the last Walton said good night. lol that was the signal it was bedtime Good Night, Favorite Tv, Childhood Memories, John Boys, Tv Show, Movie, Goodnight, Families, Watches
1941 - White Tower hamburger stand, the popular place in New York
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Shorpy Historical Photo Archive October 1941. "White Tower hamburger stand, the popular place in Amsterdam, New York." Medium-format nitrate negative by John Collier.
.The corner drugstore...complete with a soda fountain
Diner #american #diner
Annette Funicello was one of the most popular, "mouseketeers" on TV's, "The Mickey Mouse Club.
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Beloved Mouseketeer #AnnetteFunicello dies RIP
The Mickey Mouse Club and Beach Blanket Bingo had one thing in common, Annette Funicello
Annette and the Mickey Mouse Club... fond childhood memories
Mouseketeer Annette Funicello in The Mickey Mouse Club. Even though it's not my generation, I remember watching her on the early Disney Channel way before Britney, Christina and Justin and the MMC.
The Sonny and Cher Show
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Sonny and Cher. Another cheesy variety show that we all watched in the 70s they were on every night
☮ 1970 ☮ ~ Sonny and Cher...
Sonny & Cher were an American pop music duo, actors, singers and entertainers made up of husband-and-wife team Sonny and Cher Bono in the 1960s and 1970s. The couple started their career in the mid-1960s as R & B backing singers for record producer Phil Spector. The pair first achieved fame with two hit songs in 1965, "Baby Don't Go" and "I Got You Babe". Still listen to "I Got You Babe" all the time.
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour was a comedy musical variety series with Sonny Bono and his wife Cher singing songs, ad-libbing one-liners at each other, and performing with their guest stars who encompassed some of the most popular TV and movie celebrities of the day! The costumes Sonny would wear in their skits was so funny. The music was great as well. Cher's costumes never failed to make your eyes pop out.
Sonny & Cher Show - major blast from the past! :)
Sonny and Cher. One of my all time favorite shows growing up.
Sonny and Cher - I couldn't wait to see what Cher would wear every week. I remember when Chastitiy was born, well, she is now he, Chaz. Sonny died in a skiing accident when he ran into a tree. Cher has gone on to win lots of acting awards.
Sonny and Cher Tv show..never missed an episode! | #Childhood Memories
1920's -- The radio!!
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1920's - Tuning in the radio! - (vintage lady, roaring 20s, flapper era)
listening to a radio. 1920. When radio was introduced in the 1920s many predicted the end of records. Radio was a free medium for the public to hear music for which they would normally pay. While some companies saw radio as a new avenue for promotion, others feared it would cut into profits from record sales and live performances. Many companies had their major stars sign agreements that they would not appear on radio.
The Roaring 20s Entertainment | Roaring Twenties: Modernism, Consumerism, Hedonism, and Individualism
1920's -- The radio. Saw this and guess what I thought of...LOVE HER BY RADIO! Oh history...
Bee Gees. Yes!
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TALKIN IT UP! On the Barry Gibb talk show....
Ed McMahon, Robert F. Kennedy, and Johnny Carson on the Tonight Show, 1966.
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PBS's 'King of Late Night': Johnny Carson, Deeper Down (Includes Photo Gallery)
CharityEngine Blog Post: Nonprofit Lessons from Jimmy Fallon | CharityEngine.net
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Saddle shoes I had a pair handed down from my cousins.
Saddle shoes w/black soles were cooler than the white ones-i had the white-lol
Bob Ross Painting. ***
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Well said, Bob, well said…does anybody else remember this guy? Weekends on PBS?
Bob Ross. Happy little birds.
this man taught me many life lessons
Well said, Bob Ross
"Ever make mistakes in life? Let's make them birds. Yeah, they're birds now." Well said, Bob, well said… #mistakes #birds
This will be my new life motto!!!
Old Country Stores, Dorothea Lange, Historical Photos, July 1939, Hard Time, General Store, Old Photos, Dirt Roads, North Carolina
July 1939. Gordonton, North Carolina. Country store on dirt road. Sunday afternoon. Note kerosene pump on the right and the gasoline pump on the left. Rough, unfinished timber posts have been used as supports for porch roof. Negro men sitting on the porch. Brother of store owner stands in doorway. 4x5 negative by Dorothea Lange.
America: Hard Times by Dorothea Lange (archive photo)
♥this old photo of a general store with patrons on porch. Old country stores are my favorites because they bring so many nostalgic memories
Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Pop Kola, Kolorized: 1939 Gordonton, North Carolina. "Country store on dirt road. Sunday afternoon. Note kerosene pump on the right and the gasoline pump on the left. Rough, unfinished timber posts have been used as supports for porch roof. Negro men sitting on the porch. Brother of store owner stands in doorway." 4x5 negative by Dorothea Lange
General store in Gordonton, North Carolina. Photographed by Dorothea Lange in July, 1939
The old way of opening coffee and other cans..with a "key." You had to be very careful not to cut fingers with the sharp edges on the top of the cans.
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old coffee tin key
The old way of opening coffee and other cans..with a "key." You had to be very careful not to cut fingers with the sharp edges on the top of the cans. Spam and Corn Beef openers!
old can opening key we had to use these on so many items
old key for opening coffee cans
~ Childhood Memories
Wooden high chair....
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Antique Lehman Baby Guard Wood High Chair antique wooden high chair with cowboy motif applique sticker on the back, adjustable foot rest and sliding tray. http://www.flickr.com/photos/theclassicfarmhouse/3655773060/in/photostream/
I would absolutely love to find an old fashioned wooden highchair for our little peanut
Wooden baby high chair
Wooden baby chair - we had one like this
Annette Funicello, every young girl's role model in the 1950s. And every young boy's crush. Well, nearly every young boy's.
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Annette Mystery Series
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Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Small Business: 1940 Small Business hasn't changed much in 73 years..could be the Yarn Cupboard.
grocery 1940. Great photo!! love having the old car peaking out beside the store and the owner standing in doorway!! And of course the old Coke signs!! Job description: owner of grocery store
grocery 1940. My great-grandparents opened their new general store in 1942. My favorite childhood memories are from there.
Jacqueline Kennedy wedding portrait
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So pretty! Jacqueline Kennedy wedding portrait
Socialite, Wife, Mother, First Lady and a successful Editor, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, above all of these, is remembered for her style, elegance, and grace. | More here: http://mylusciouslife.com/style-icon-jackie-bouvier-kennedy-onassis/
Jacqueline Kennedy in her wedding gown
Sunday Style Icon: Jackie Kennedy Onassis
Jacqueline Kennedy bridal portrait, September 1953
Jackie Kennedy in her wedding dress. Wedding dress inspiration
I have one like this.
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old stove turned into lamp. I have one of these old heaters. Great Idea!
Old stove turned into lamp...cute idea to do with the one in my dining room....
Old stove turned into lamp. cute idea for non-working fireplace
old stove turned into lamp...I have a couple of wood stoves that could be used in this way!
old stove turned into lamp - according to the site it's simply filled with "fairy lights" (it's a UK site - wondering if that means Christmas lights?) - I think any light would do though!!
miss josephine baker
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Josephine Baker sings "Bye Bye Blackbird" (1927)
The extraordinary life of Josephine Baker | French Girl in Seattle
Josephine Baker (June 3, 1906 – April 12, 1975) was an American-born French dancer, singer, and actress. Born Freda Josephine McDonald in St. Louis, Missouri, she became a citizen of France in 1937. Fluent in both English and French, Baker became an international musical and political icon. She was given such nicknames as the "Bronze Venus", the "Black Pearl", and the "Créole Goddess".
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Antique record player
$995.00 Gramaphone Entertainment Center; plays vinyl records and CDs.
Art Deco gramophone
Photos, Tombstones Mayor, Long Tim Friends, Name, Alaska, Editor John, Wyatt Earp, John Clum
Wyatt Earp in Nome, Alaska with long-time friend and former Tombstone mayor and editor John Clum
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Buffalo Bill photograph, 1910. #History #Cowboy #hat #millinery #collar-and-stand #trims #buttons #averagefit #full-length-normal-sleeve #Bound-sleeve
Dodge City, Kansas
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Ford County Kansas 1861 #Wild #West
Front Street, Dodge City, c. 1879, looking west from Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe train depot. John Mueller's bootshop, the first in Dodge City, with black boot in front, is third building from right. Dodge House hotel is second.
Historical Front Street Dodge City, KS
Dodge City, Kansas History: Dodge City, the Cowboy Capital
Front Street, Dodge City, Kansas, c. 1879.
August 2, 1876, frontiersman "Wild" Bill Hickok is shot from behind and killed while playing poker at a saloon in Deadwood, South Dakota. According to the story, he was holding 2 pair....aces and eights.....since know as a "dead man's hand".
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Wild Bill Hickok photographed a year before his death. Cheyenne, Wyoming. The 10 Deadliest Wild West Gunfighters
James Butler Hickok (May 27, 1837 – August 2, 1876) Better known as "Wild Bill Hickock"
Wild Bill Hickok | WESTERN LEGEND PHOTO GALLERY » Wild Bill Hickok
One of Texas' deadliest outlaws, John Wesley Hardin, was reputed to be the meanest man alive, an accolade he supposedly earned by killing a man for snoring. He committed his first murder at age 15, and admitted to killing more than 40 men over 27 years.
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Outlaw John Wesley Hardin was born in Bonham, Texas in 1853. He became one of the most famous gunmen in the history of the Wild West. He is reputed to have killed 30 to 40 men including a man that he shot for snoring. His family was prominent with members in the fight for Texas independence, and a Judge William Hardin, served as a congressman in the Texas legislator. John Wesley Hardin was the son of a Methodist minister, who got into trouble early in his life, by stabbing another boy when he...
John Wesley Hardin. Gambling/card sharp, school teacher, cowboy, cattle rustler, lawyer, and gunfighter. Reportedly shot a man for snoring too loudly.
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The Monkees 16 Magazine autographed color pin-up
The first Kmart department store opens in Garden City, Michigan in 1962
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K MART -- The first Kmart department store opens in Garden City, Michigan in 1964 ? That's not mother in the picture, but she was one of the employees that opened this store
The first Kmart department store opens in Garden City, Michigan in 1962. I remember the blue light specials.
Kmart - vintage photo
The Boston Strangler From the Archives photos: The Boston Strangler - The Boston…
The Boston Strangler first struck on June 14, 1962, and the panic that gripped the city lasted until after the last victim died on Jan. 4, 1964. Thirteen women were murdered, most of them sexually assaulted and strangled. No one was ever convicted of the crimes, but one man confessed. Albert DeSalvo, already in custody for robbery and sexual assault, claimed to be the Strangler.The grisly crimes inspired several books and films, and even the Rolling Stones’ song “Midnight Rambler.”