who remembers disposable flash cubes??
Flash Cubes, Childhood Memories, Instamatic Camera, Cube Camera
KODAK instamatic camera with the flashcube. I got one of these for my birthday in 1976 and thought I was tough stuff. My parents even borrowed it. http://youtu.be/qBWVWjdNWC0 60's commercial; http://youtu.be/kVHJwMXlbrw 1977 [The one I remember]
Kodak Instamatic Camera witch disposable flash cube and cartridge film. I had one! The flashbulbs were so cool!
Instamatic Cameras ~ With the blue dot Magicube flash bulb! I was mesmerized by the flash, would play with when parents didn't know and always wondered why they didn't have a flash cube when they wanted to take a picture..hahaha
Kodak Instamatic Camera witch disposable flash cube and cartridge film. I took a lot of pictures with this camera!
Kodak Instamatic Camera witch disposable flash cube and cartridge film. Cutting edge for its time. Grandma used hers all the time...
Kodak Instamatic Camera witch disposable flash cube and cartridge film. Cutting edge for its time. #retro
Kodak Instamatic Camera with disposable flash cube and cartridge film. My mom had this same camera!
Remember when cameras had flash cubes? 60's and 70's I HAVE THIS.
Instamatic Flash Cube Cameras- I remember these flash bulbs
Flash Cube, Childhood Memories, 110 Camera, Film Camera
110 camera - I had one of these... remember those flash cubes? Oh brother I had one of those....haha.
110 camera - my parents spent s silly amount of money on one of these back in the 70's.
110 camera. I remember the burnt smell of the flash cube after you took a picture.
Kodak 110 camera and flash bulb. You got one flash per side of the bulb.
110 Film Camera with Disposable Rotating Flash Cube
110 camera...ha ha with the snap on flashbulb!!
The Kodak 110 camera with flash cube
110 Camera with Flashcube
~ Childhood Memories
film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera
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Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera. Oh wow! I had forgot all ahttps://pinterest.com/gammaphiprinces/childhood-memories/#bout this kind of FILM! And my mickey mouse themed camera :)
Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera. My first camera used 110 film. Santa created a picture takng monster.
Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera "The 110 cartridge was introduced by Kodak in 1972 with Kodak Pocket Instamatic cameras. The new pocket-sized cameras became immediately popular, and soon displaced competing subminiature cameras, such as the Minolta 16 series, from the market. The 110 film width is 16 mm. A four frame strip measures 111 mm. Fujifilm stopped manufacturing 110 in September 2009."
Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera..FILM!!!!!!!!! I miss the quality..
Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera. My first camera used 110 film.
Kodak 110 Camera Film Cartridge
Remember these :) I am old :P
Skate Key, Childhood Memories, Memory Lane, Vintage Toys, Metal Roller
Roller skates...my cousin, Keith, and I spent many summer hours on these when we stayed with Gram & Pop...wonderful childhood memories!!!
These were my first roller skates. Metal roller skates!!! With a skate key! #yardsale #garagesale #tagsale #recycle #remake #thrift #frugal www.yardmama.com
Happy memories of first roller skates. Metal roller skates!!! With a skate key worn around the neck on a string:)
Metal roller skates...with a skate key! I never learned how. Wore dresses only. Skinned knees all the time. How I wish....
This was my first roller skates. Metal roller skates!!! With a skate key! I still have my skate key. TG
Roller skates (circa '40s/'50s) however, I had these in the late 70's
Metal rollerskates with a skate key, wrecked the shoes but what fun!
metal roller skates with a skate key
Roller Skates (40s/50s)--and '60's
Flashcubes - remember the smell after you used them?
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Flashcubes - remember the smell after you used them? Can always remember it was a Christmas shopping ritual to make sure you bought BOTH rolls of film AND enough flash cubes to match the number of photos on the roll(s) of film.
Pinched this from the facebook group 70's and 80's good ole Flashcubes, could make or break your photo memories.
:Flash cubes - you were always looking for a good one, They rarely flashed the first time so you had to take them off and lick them to try and make them flash.
I remember using these camera flash cubes in the 70's!
Flash cubes were a great improvement on flash bulbs!
60's Flashcubes-remember the smell?
Flash Cubes | Childhood Memories
flash pour l'appareil photo
Flash cubes 60's
Metal ice cube tray.
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Remember the old aluminum ice trays well now there is these Stainless Steel Ice Cube Tray's and they are now 30 bucks a tray!
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Metal ice cube tray. Now you just can not live with out an ice maker ... dish washer yes but not an ice maker
Metal ice cube tray. Oh I remember these! Thank you Lord for ice makers!
Stainless Steel Ice Cube Tray - I still actually have one of these. :)
Metal ice cube tray. This is the exact ice tray I grew up with!-KL
Metal ice cube tray. - before ice makers in freezers
Metal ice cube tray - we were the ice makers
80S, Orange Stain, Boo Boo, Childhood Memories, Memory Lane, Monkey Blood, 80 S
No medicine cabinet is complete without this stuff! Mamaw always put this on us when we were little..we called it Monkey Blood! lol
Our poor parents never realized they were dabbing our little boo-boos with toxic mercury. When i was little my brother and i called this "the red stuff" it was AWFUL! eww bad childhood memory lol
mecurochrome..Still remember this being put on my booboo ...we called it monkey blood...it stung though!
70s - 80s BANNED in 1999 - Kids in my generation knew about the orange badge of courage! Funny how after the banned this MRSA began to show up.
Our poor parents never realized they were dabbing our little boo-boos with toxic mercury...aka Monkey Blood!
Mercurochrome and Merthialate for our boo-boos....nothing like painting it orange..Grandma called it monkey blood and it BURNED!
the red-orange stains of mercurechrome. Back in the day, this was THE disinfectine used on boo boos...my Mom was an artist who even worked her magic using this stuff...she covered my counsin's skinned knee with a large rose made from this...& she used green food coloring to make the leaves...(below the boo boo) My cousin sported a beautiful rose design on her knee & forgot all about any pain... :)
The cure for any cut. It always left you with an orange stain. Monkey Blood
Playing Oregon Trail on the old Apple Computers at school!!!...OMG Yes
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Playing Oregon Trail on the old Apple Computers at school...I never *DIDN't* die of typhoid fever or poisoned well water...note even once!!! But I still loved it. "Turtle" was my favorite computer game though!
Playing Oregon Trail on the old Apple Computers.. I LOVED this in elementary school. Trade some pelts for water? Big decisions!!
Playing Oregon Trail on the old Apple Computers at school. This isn't exactly childhood memories for me--it's college!!! :)
Best time of the day in elementary school when we got to go to the computer lab and play Oregon Trail
"Oregon Trail" on the old Apple computers at school...definitely one of the highlights of elementary school!
How cool was playing "Oregon Trail" on the old Apple computers at school? Definitely one of the highlights of elementary school, dysentery and all. Haha!
Playing Oregon Trail on the old Apple Computers at school. I remember loving this in elementary school!!
Playing Oregon Trail on the old Apple computers in elementary school.... sign-up slots for time to play was a hot commodity!
Playing Oregon Trail on the old Apple Computers at school.. I flippin loved computer class
Kodak Instamatic camera with flashcubes... had one of these!
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And yes, I had one of these. Kodak Instamatic camera with flashcubes - bummer when you ran out of flash cubes!
Kodak Instamatic camera with flashcubes Christmas gift...this makes me smile -- oh those flashcubes were fun!!
Kodak Instamatic camera with flashcubes. I have a few very very faded pictures taken with one of these.
Kodak Instamatic camera with flashcubes, I grew up in the shadows of the Kodak plants in Rochester,NY. It is heartbreaking to see such a vibrant company struggle to stay alive!
Kodak Instamatic Camera - got one for my birthday one year...came with flash cubes & the extender to help reduce red-eye...genius for the time :-)
Kodak Instamatic camera with flashcubes. My dad brought his along on all our family trips!
Kodak Instamatic camera with flashcubes, Christmas present. Mom had one
Kodak Instamatic, used flash bulbs were too hot to touch.
kodak’s instamatic camera 1960s
20x200 : Print Information : 28 Camera Drawings: christine berrie illustration
Camera Drawings, Vintage Cameras, Drawings Christine, Camera S, Retro Camera
My favourite print in my house... 20x200 : Print Information : 28 Camera Drawings: christine berrie illustration
20x200 : Print Information : 28 Camera Drawings: christine berrie illustration @Ella Grace
ALL MUST HAVE ~ VINTAGE CAM #vintage #vintagecamera #camera #fun #lomo #lomography #toy
28 Camera Drawings: christine berrie illustration vintage cameras
Vintage Camera Art - 28 camera drawings by Christine Berrie
20x200: 28 Camera Drawings: christine berrie illustration
Vintage camera illustrations! Esto le gustara @hilvanal
Retro camera collage
I remember when most families owned station wagons and we could sit in the back . . . no seat belts required!
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I remember when most families owned station wagons and we could sit in the back . . . no seat belts required! megan and i spent many road trips like this
Riding in the back of the cousin's stationwagon...window rolled down...and no seatbelts of course...
I remember when most families owned station wagons and we could sit in the back . . . no seat belts required! My aunt had one with the rear-facing fold out seats! No seatbelts for SURE. Soooo safe, augh!
We used to get into the boot of my friends estate car and her Dad would give us all a lift to school.
I remember when we owned this wood-sided station wagons and we could sit in the back . . . no seat belts required!
Sitting in the waaaaay back of the station wagon! Without seat belts. This was piling in the car with the dog and heading out on a road trip! Fun fun
I remember when most families owned station wagons and we could sit in the back . . . no seat belts required! I grew up with a green Volare(sp?)and we took a road trip around Lake Michigan. Good times.
i remember taking rides in a station waggon like this :) i miss it.
Riding in the way back of the beach wagon!!
Oh yeah...I remember these things.
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My grandmother used to buy these for me in the hopes that they would help w/ my sinus issues. I still remember how they smelled. YUCK!
I really wish they hadn't stopped making them - I always got these even as an adult, and in the fall/winter I always have a jar of Vicks VapoRub in the house. Some things just work - I wish people would quit messing with them.
1955, the pocket vick stick inhaler. Beats sitting with a towel over your head inhaling Vick melted in boiling water in a Pyrex pudding basin. Or Friars Balsam if you were really (un)lucky!
I always have one in my purse, one in my desk, one in my car and one on my nightstand...love my vicks inhalers!!
My mamaw loved Vicks products. I remember these well. I still have one lol
I think every man in our family had one of these in his shirt pocket.
Oh yeah...I remember these things. Vick"s inhalers. P.U.
Vicks inhaler! My dad always had one of these around.
Childhood Toy, Things Remembered, Childhood Memories, Puzzle Loved, 60 S 70 S, Sliding Number, 1960 S
Sliding Number puzzle - haha ! this is a true example of my office space at work. feel like I'm playing the "sliding puzzle game" to move about in our office.
Sliding Number puzzle - Loved this puzzle when I was a kid and played with it for hours at a time.
Sliding Number puzzle. Loved this... although I wasn't good at it!!!!! ha ha
Sliding Number puzzle- loved this game/puzzle - was not good at solving it
sliding number puzzle - loved these!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Sliding Number puzzle - loved these, now they are just junk
Sliding Number puzzle Loved this puzzle when I was a kid
Sliding Number puzzle LOVED these! Cheap entertainment
Sliding Number puzzle... childhood memory
pay phones in booths (repinned by Ricardo Llera)
10 Cent, Crosley 1950, 1950S Pay, 1950 S, Memory Lane, Pay-Station
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Crosley 1950's Pay Phone - Black The very familiar 3-slot style pay phone was first introduced in the 1950's and remained virtually unchanged until 1965. This appropriately christened prepay-style pay station will take you back to the days of old fashioned phone booths and 10-cent phone calls. While you don't have to pay for your calls with this Crosley replica, you will enjoy the functional coin slots complete with jingle as your money is deposited into the coin bank in the base of the unit.
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Crosley 1950\'s Retro Payphone
Film developing! We used to go there all the time!!
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Remember these? There was one in the parking lot at the King's Highway plaza in New Bedford.... near Mammoth Mart!
Drive up film drop-off's. There was a chain of these in parking lots at strip malls all over.
I remember them like this - right in the middle of shopping strip mall parking lots
Baby Boomers Tribute "Time After Time" San Fernando Valley 1970's - 80's
Trip down memory Lane #RememberThis
Kodak film hut in parking lots
Film developing in the '70' s
Parking lot photo booth
1960s FOTOMAT DRIVE THRU Kodak Film ...
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One in every shopping strip parking lot. 1960s FOTOMAT DRIVE THRU Kodak Film Vintage Photo Advertisement by Christian Montone
Fotomat - drive through and drop off film to be developed. There were a few of these in my town that had closed but still stood there, logos removed and covered in graffiti...so went the 1970's.
Fotomat booths. I remember my parents going to these to drop off film and pick up pictures. Most had gone away by the mid-Eighties, remaining empty and tempting young drivers to speed toward them in parking lots.
Yes. We had to wait days to get pictures developed and then immediately pulled into the parking lot to look through them... without putting fingerprints all over them... and had to order reprints from the numbers on the negatives! Haha!!
Fotomat was a large chain of freestanding "one-day" film development stores, usually found in the middle of parking lots of shopping centers around the country. The first store opened in 1965, and the whole chain was out of business by 2002. Digital killed the Kodachrome star.
1960s FOTOMAT DRIVE THRU Kodak Film Vintage Photo Advertisement by Christian Montone, via Flickr
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1960s FOTOMAT DRIVE THRU Kodak Film In Mayflower shopping center parking lot.
1960's Kodak FOTOMAT Drive Thru /via Christian Montone, flickr
Yes..I remember :/
1970, High School, 8 Track Tape, Tape Player, Baby Boomer, Track Player
8 Track tape player.My grandma gave me her old Curtis Mathis and it had some ready to play. Beach music from the 60's, Neil Diamond hahah..still works...
8 Track tape player. my 2nd car had one of these in it. They are not really from the 80's but I am.
8 Track tape player. For my high school graduation my dad said he would put a stereo in my 1971 Chevelle. So I had to decide between a stereo with an 8-track player and a cassette player. Yep - I picked the 8-track player. Story of my life.
my 198something Honda Accord that I drove in high school had the tape deck replaced by an eight track player. loved it.
8 Track tape player. My cousin and I got matching 8 track players for Christmas one year. What a great Christmas!
8-track tape player.- just bought a brand new- still in the box- 8 track player for my step-dad's 70th birthday! said it was teh best gift he ever received! :)
I had an 8-track tape players in my car. By my senior year in high school, I could no longer buy 8-track tapes and started carring a boom box with a cassette player in my car.
8 Track tape player - remember pulling up to college and unloading HUGE speakers and my stereo with an 8 track player, now you get much better sound out of an ipod...
8 Track tape player from the 1970's
Childhood Memories, Aid Popsicles, Kool Aid, Homemade Popsicles, Popsicle Molds, Memory Lane, Popsicle Makers, Tupperware Ice
vintage tupperware popsicle maker-We used to make Kool-aid and then put it in these popscicle molds. Fun for a cook treat in the summer.
Tupperware popsicle molds! I loved making my own popsicles from Kool-Aide -- especially green lemon-lime Kool-Aide!
Tupperware popsicle molds. Mother had these and made cool aid popsicles in them and I thought they were the best things in the world.
Homemade Kool-aid popcicles. Another stroll down memory lane. Mama used to make us these popcicles.
Tupperware popsicle molds. Old fashioned SUGAR ADDED Kool-aid popsicles. Yum!
Tupperware Popsicle Molds- homemade popsicles for summer!
Tupperware Popsicle Makers | Childhood Memories
Kool Aide Popsicle makers
Tupperware Ice Pop Molds
I loved this show when I was a kid! Lynda Carter was SO BEAUTIFUL! I think I was Wonder Woman for Halloween 3 years in a row!
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Lynda Carter, Height 5' 9", born July 24, 1951 (age 64) in Phoenix, AZ, is an American actress, singer, songwriter and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss World America 1972 and also the star of the TV series Wonder Woman from 1975 to 1979. Twitter https://twitter.com/RealLyndaCarter? Facebook https://www.facebook.com/OfficialLyndaCarter IMDb www.imdb.com/name/nm0004812/
Superhero friends: Lindsay Wagner (The Bionic Woman) and Lynda Carter (Wonder Woman) look sensational even in their sixties. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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Lynda Carter / publicity still for Wonder Woman (ABC, CBS, 1975-79)
I loved this show when I was a kid! Lynda Carter aka Wonder Woman
Totally had a Wonder Woman bathing suit!! I wanted to be her!.
#wonder woman; lynda carter; amazon; superhero; comic source.
WONDER WOMAN OS THE BEST!!! BRING HER BACK!!
WOW remember this.