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Ad for Rambler 1962 - Wow.

The first seatbelts -Baby using passenger single seat belt in front seat next to Mom, who also wears a single seat belt. Very different than today's safety standards.

SNL Original Cast, 1975. They were incredible!!!!! We would roll em up, and gather round the tv, laughing till it hurt.

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Saturday Night Live 1975 - Original Cast "Not Ready For Prime-Time Players"

Back in the day we used to climb this and then hang from the top rung by your ankles

Playing on the Monkey Bars By Wayne Miller.I loved to play on the Monkey Bars at Buckman Grade School in Portland Oregon. The Monkey Bars didn't have any padding under them and were removed and replaced with a safe jungle gym system in the

I'm not sure if I have any recollection of my Dad getting up to change the channel! Why should he when he had three healthy and able kids!! :)

changing channels--oh, so true!we only had 3 channels. plus had to get up to change channels. plus only black and white tv

Milk Delivery http://www.aroundthefirepit.com - Yes I do, I'm that old!

Do You Remember?

The milk man. I was really little then but in the early I remember that the milk man delivered milk to your door. He put it in the metal box that we kept on the door step that kept it cool.--my dad was a milkman.

Elementary                                                            School Glue

In the days before Elmer's Paste. And Elmer's School Glue. And Glue Sticks.

She's too cute for words! :) #vintage #illustration #1950s #ad #cleaning #homemaker

Twinkle Copper Cleaner Ad 1956 Found in Better Homes and Gardens magazine August 1956 issue

Grocery Store Checkout, 1970's. Notice all the different sizes of paper bags?

Grocery Store Checkout, Notice all the different sizes of paper bags, but no plastic in those days. You never heard the question "paper or plastic".

I loved it when Mom let me stick papers together with this glue!!

Remember this glue in elementary school? So messy.I preferred the Elmer's White Paste with the little brush in the top of the lid