who remembers disposable flash cubes??
Flash Cubes, Childhood Memories
Kodak Instamatic Camera witch disposable flash cube and cartridge film. I had one! The flashbulbs were so cool!
Kodak Instamatic Camera witch disposable flash cube and cartridge film. I took a lot of pictures with this camera!
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 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. Cutting edge for its time.
Kodak Instamatic camera using flashcubes and film (!) I remember those little flash cubes! :)
Remember the past when things were different?? Love it! Instamatic Flash Cube Cameras
Remember when cameras had flash cubes? 60's and 70's I HAVE THIS.
Instamatic Flash Cube Cameras- I remember these flash bulbs
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I was so excited when I got my Polaroid camera for Christmas. But man, the film was expensive! $10 for one pack (10 photos).
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Poloroids... so 70s
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 - the flash cube would turn - 4 flashes per cube. I had one ~ Me, too!
110 camera. A huge innovation. The flash cube, on top, snapped into place.
Remember When? Kodak 110 camera with the flash bulb that turned around!
110 camera with the flash Wow I remember this I had one in the 70's...
110 Film Camera with Disposable Rotating Flash Cube
110 camera...ha ha with the snap on flashbulb!!
110 camera with rotating flash bulb.
110-camera-with a flash cube
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!
Metal ice cube tray. My Aunt used to make the best homemade Vanilla Ice Cream in her metal ice trays.
$29.95-$39.95 Baby Stainless Steel Ice Cube Tray - BPA Free - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0027V9OR0/?tag=pin2baby-20
BPA free doesn't mean no bisphenol :( No plastic is safe. Amazon.com: Onyx Stainless Steel Ice Cube Tray: Kitchen & Dining
Metal ice cube tray. Heaven forbid you have wet hands when you tried to empty them, lol
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I HATE PLASTIC GREAT SOLUTION Onyx Stainless Steel Ice Cube Tray
pre- ice maker days... remember these metal ice cube trays...
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 :)
Memories of my first camera. Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera. I loved that camera. I remember how much fun it was to get back the developed photos.
Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera, my first kind of camera & film lol
Memories of my first camera. Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera.
film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera...who even remembers film?
Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera memory-lane
Remember? Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera
Remember this film for yur camera in the 70's?
Kodak 110 Camera Film Cartridge
Walkman 80, Sony Walkman, Childhood Memories, Cassette Tape, 1980 S, The Originals
The one and only Sony Walkman. For your music on the way....back in the day. For a maximum of 90 min fun, or you had to put some cassettes in your bag. I still own it....stupidly holding on to it as long as I have the cassettetapes to go with it. It's great to dream off sometimes...cause it still works and music bring back memories. And it is fun to show your offspring ✌ when mom was a teenager!
The original Sony walkman. These were SO expensive when they first came out, but also ahead of their time. I could not afford one, so I had to get a knock-off until the Sony's went down in price, which didn't really happen. Sony and 'cheap' are rarely ever used in the same sentence. #VintageTechnology #VintageDesign
Just got rid of a bunch of cassette tapes - can't even get a cassette player in the car anymore
Sony walkman - 80's baby! I wanted one so bad but being poor was never easy
Sony walkman - 80's baby! // yo tuve uno de estos y mi hermano también...
Sony walkman - 80's baby!-I still call portable CD players Walkmans
Sony Walkman Personal Cassette Tape Player
Old walkman sony - I had one...
Sony Walkman 80's
These were our "Internet"- I would read about random stuff all the time.
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World Book Encyclopedias -and the men who would go from door to door selling them each year...my parents fell for it....don't know if we ever used them...but we had them...1960-s
Encyclopedias. These were our "Internet" and oh how I hated them so! We had about 70 on our shelf and it would take most of your homework time just trying to figure out which book the required information was in and oftentimes you still couldn't find anything very helpful! #Childhood Memories #1970s #1980s
The World Book Encyclopedia-Never realized how the next generation will rarely use these if at all bc of the internet now.
I believed that if I read every volume of the World Book Encyclopedia, I would know everything there was to know. Reading it now, or any encyclopedia for that matter, these are very biased publications that, while containing useful and interesting information, definitely support a world view congenial to whatever country published them.
This was where we did our research! World Book Encyclopedias not google! Man I remember using these at my Nana's for school projects!
World Book Encyclopedia, the parents always ordered new sets of these. I remember writing many a report for school using these sets
World Book Encyclopedias - used these for reports all the time before we got internet at home (and even then dial-up took FOREVER)
This was where we did our research! World Book Encyclopedias - had a set - no internet
World Book Encyclopedia=yesterday's internet. read them cover to cover, learned a lot!
Kitchen Stools, Exact Stool, Step Stools, Grandma S Kitchen, Vintage Kitchen, Mom, Retro Kitchens
Lehman's - Retro Kitchen Stools - NEED! What kitchen didn't have this in the 60's?? Perhaps I could use these for my bar stools? Antiquing time
Vintage kitchen step-stool...a Cosco....ours was yellow, but we painted it blue to go with our new home in 1973.
Lehman's - Retro Kitchen Stools - NEED! What kitchen didn't have this in the 60's??
.Grandma's step stool~my mom has one of these that was her Grandmas :)
remember these? I have this exact stool in my kitchen now.
Vintage kitchen step-stool....Mom had a yellow one.
Grandma had this exact chair
Retro kitchen stool
step stool / chair
Remember when bottle caps were lined in cork?
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Soda Bottle Caps lined in cork. I loved it when there were special promos & you'd have to remove the cork to see if you had won a prize.
bottle caps had cork linings....and sometime the cork got into the coke upon opening......... Mm sez - we used to prise out the cork and put similar colourful bottle tops on our shirt with the cork behind to hold it in place like a badge or brooche
Cork-lined bottle caps. (forgot about these) soda companies would sometimes have prizes under the cork.
pop bottle caps had cork linings....by the way, in Michigan we call it pop, not soda
Bottle caps had cork linings. (Bottle Cork Lined Soda Caps.).
Cork-lined bottle caps - remember the cork seal
Cork-lined bottle cap -- from pop bottles.
Cork-lined bottle caps...kept "pop" fresh
Soda Bottle Caps with Cork Linings
Wonder Woman Lynda Carter American Legend Gallery Print
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!
Lynda Carter, Kid Lynda, Woman Lynda, Aka Wonder, Wonder Woman, Linda Carter
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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!
I loved this show when I was wee+we used to play at super heros+there'd always be argueing who was getting to be "WONDER WOMAN"! Lynda Carter was cool.
I loved this show when I was a kid! Lynda Carter was SO BEAUTIFUL! I was Wonder Woman for a parade and got to ride in the Batmobile!
I loved this show when I was a kid! Lynda Carter was SO BEAUTIFUL! I think I was Wonder Woman every night in bed time tanks & girlie culotte briefs
I loved this show when I was a kid! Lynda Carter was SO BEAUTIFUL! mar16
I wanted to be Wonder Woman when I was a kid. Just loved Linda Carter
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
Yes..I remember :/
1970, High School, Track Tape, Baby Boomer
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.
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.- 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. My cousin and I got matching 8 track players for Christmas one year. What a great Christmas!
Car 8-Track Tape Player. Phil got one of these from my mom for high school graduation.
8 Track tape player from the 1970's
8 Track tape deck
Good old rotary phone - with a really long cord so you could walk around the house and talk at the same time
Dial Phones, Rotary Phones, Vintage Phone
Good old rotary phone - with a really long cord so you could walk around the house and talk at the same time - not to mention the wallpaper. Everybody had wallpaper in the 60's through the 80's.
Good old rotary phone - with a really long cord so you could walk around the house and talk at the same time,hung on the kitchen wall... my grandmother still has one lol
My Granny's kitchen phone - - Good old rotary phone - with a really long cord so you could walk around the house and talk at the same time -
Good old rotary phone - with a really long cord so you could walk around the house and talk at the same time,hung on the kitchen wall...and this is where mom would find us.! also you could forno charge exchange your phone as many time as you wanted for no charge for a different color....
Vintage phone-hung on the wall of our kitchen--with extra long cord that hung to the floor.
ROTARY phone. We had this same yellow phone, in our 70's kitchen with avacado appliances!
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Kitchen phone dial phone
A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!! Remember back in the day when you not only had to buy lots of film for your camera, you also needed to buy flash bulbs or later flash cubes or later flash bars? Then eventually someone figured out how to make a permanent (rechargeable) flash bulb built into all cameras. Remember how you wouldn't know whether you captured a great picture or not until you had your film developed somewhere which used to take several days...
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A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!! Remember back in the day when you not only had to buy lots of film for your camera, you also needed to buy flash bulbs or later flash cubes or later flash bars?
A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!! I had one of these!
A Polaroid Camera with flash bar, my parents had this.
A forerunner to "digital" cameras, LOL!
A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!! Remember back in the day when you not only had to buy lots of film for your camera, you also needed to buy flash bulbs or later flash cubes or later flash bars? Then eventually someone figured out how to make a permanent (rechargeable) flash bulb built into all cameras. Remember how you wouldn't know whether you captured a great picture or not until you had your film developed somewhere which used to take several days or more, until they set up those 1 hour photo process centers? Unless of course you owned a Polaroid camera that spit out a small picture after each press of the shutter button. I remember some people would very carefully hold the new picture with just a few fingers and wave it in the air like it needed to dry and/or would perhaps develop faster. Also, without a "negative" you couldn't make extra copies.
A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!!
A Polaroid Camera
Camera film ~ no kids we couldn't see the picture we had to WAIT first for the roll to be finished and then for it to be developed (sometimes this took MONTHS!!!)
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Camera film ~ no kids we couldn't see the picture we had to WAIT first for the roll to be finished and then for it to be developed...I can say I miss this cuz now all my pics are sitting on a memory card :(
Camera film! No, kids, we couldn't see the picture - we had to WAIT first for the roll to be finished and then for it to be developed.
Camera Film ~ No kids we couldn't see the picture, we had to WAIT first for the roll to be developed Al's camera used this.
camera film always need that or you could be really cool and get the lomographic kind :)
I bet kids these days don't know how to put this onto an analogue camera :)
Camera film (however, my dad still uses his film/camera...)
Can you even still buy camera film?
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
5. Fotomat. These were the parking lots of shopping centers and you dropped off film to be developed there.
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.
Fotomat Booths in shopping parking lots...And this was the quickest you could get them back then...ONE DAY!! Not an hour or less!!
Fotomat was an American-based retail chain of photo development drive-through kiosks located in shopping center parking lots. Fotomat Corporation was founded by Preston Fleet in San Diego, California, in the 1960s, with the first kiosk opening in Point Loma, California, in 1965. It became a public company in 1971 and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in 1977
Film developers --- These were located on corners and shopping center parking lots --
Fotomat Booths in shopping parking lots.My first job.
We had all our pictures developed here.
Childhood Memories •~• Kodak Fotomat
Remember typewriter erasers?
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Remember typewriter erasers? ~ 3 yrs of secretarial classes in High School plus a college program afterwards.
Remember typewriter erasers ~ I used them in high school typing class.
Remember typewriter erasers? Remember using them on carbon copies?
Remember typewriter erasers? Used in high school Typing 10,20,30
Remember typewriter erasers? another high school memory :)
office eraser also came in white for typewriter erasing
Remember typewriter erasers? Remember typewriters!? LOL
Kodak Disc Camera
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Kodak Disc Camera.. oh how I couldnt wait to inherit my older sister's camera when she got a 35mm..I ended getting it after I got my own 35mm. Lol. Remember the 110, that was my 1st very own camera. The polaroid was moms !
Kodak disc camera. Grad gift from my bro and sis in law, that my niece Tabi drowned in tub. Lol
Kodak Disc Camera..if only I could find somewhere that I could develop this film!
Kodak disc camera I through the disc negatives away a couple of years ago
Pp: Kodak disc camera.Loved my disc camera. Took this on our honeymoon.
Kodak Disc camera. I was so proud to have owned this at the time.
Kodak Disc Camera - different meaning for disc now a days, huh?
Kodak Disc Camera | Childhood Memories
Kodak disc camera... loved
Pac-Man Micro Raschel Fleece Blanket
PacMan #80s #memories this so reminds me of when the house was full. All the kids still home. Mary loved this game. Oh the memories are sweet....
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#90s #80s #vintage #retro #nostalgia #throwback #oldschool #childhood PacMan #80s #memories this so reminds me of when the house was full. All the kids still home. Mary loved this game. Oh the memories are sweet....
PacMan #80s #memories !!! Oh the memories are sweet....
Playing Pacman at pizza hut as kid growing up was fun.
PacMan #80s #memories My ALL TIME FAV............
PacMan #80s #memories , I was so good at this lol
One of the ultimate gmes in the '80s — PacMan!
Polio sugar cube vaccine
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Polio sugar cube vaccine: I'll never forget the day me and my siblings got our first sugar cube vaccine. I was so glad I didn't have to get a shot!
Polio sugar cube vaccine. Like sheep being led to slaughter, we blindly ate the sugar and believed whatever our government told us....no wait. That vaccine really DID kick polio's derriere!
Polio sugar cube vaccine - I took one of these when I was about 9. They were set up in the Colonial grocery store in Washington, Ga and our whole family went and took the vaccine.
Polio sugar cube vaccine- yup!! This was the first time I had ever seen big blue garbage bags!
Polio sugar cube vaccine ... rife with Monkey virus. Today, U.S. federal health agencies admit the following two facts: 1) Salk polio vaccine released for public use between 1955 and 1963 was contaminated with SV40; and 2) SV40 has been proven to cause cancer in animals. In fact, at a conference on SV-40 and human cancers held by the National Institutes of Health in 1997, stated that there was no disagreement among both government and non-government scientists about these two facts.
Pink Sugar Cube Polio Vaccines. We all Stood in line in elementary school to get these.
Who remembers getting the polio vaccine in a sugar cube in the late 1960s? I sure do!
Sugar Cube Polio Vaccines - I remember getting these in elementary school.
Polio sugar cube vaccine. Lining up in school to do this. 50's