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Vintage ads for Maybelline cosmetics 1960- this would have been such a cute poster in college
I used this. They always had the best mascara.
1960. Green Bay, Wisconsin. "Packers coach Vince Lombardi at lunch counter." Sneezer's No. 2 -- could anything sound more appetizing? Photo by Frank Bauman for the Look magazine
John F. Kennedy and daughter Caroline, 1960.
Remember the library "check out" card? If you've even been IN a library lately - it's all scanned. But - really - doesn't everyone do this via Kindle now?
This are still the library cards at my school. We also stil have those TVs that are on those stands that roll around. XD
Now that I think about it the little kids still use those little skateboard things too XD
As a retired library paraprofessional, I can tell you that soooo much literature & reference works are NOT available digitally. We all ought to enable libraries survival!
I thought is was so cool to see if someone I knew had read the same book I did.. The knowledge of that should be reserved..
Pluto Maxi-Push Puppet -You could buy them at Five & Dimes, what we called 'the Dime store.' Haha now my kids are thrilled with the Dollar store.
Vintage Advertisement Signs - Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner. We still have these around at our work - still functioning!
Sunshine Hydrox cookies - these came before Oreos!! My grandma always had them in her cookie jar. mama
I heard of Hydrox on an episode of the Simpsons ;)
I sooo remember one like this hanging on the clothes line, holding the clothes pins.
Remember these? I remember getting a new pair of shoes was just getting a bigger size of saddles!
I had 2 pair,white and brown
i wore them from 1st grade to 10th grade and always had to be clean for school
Now it's the ugg boot
I hated these
I remember wearing a pair of this shoes and putting white polish on them to go to school
the next day..back in 1959.
A vintage cowboy Christmas. This photo looks exactly like one taken at Christmas, 1950, of my younger brother. A wonderful old memory!
penny fortune telling scale. There was one of these in the drug store in Newberg--never did get to see my fortune.