going to the A drive-in!
Drive, Drive In
drive - in restaurants with carhops. Mom used to take us to Sydney's Drive-In in Woflin Village in Amarillo when we were kids in the fifties. Dad would take us to A Rootbeer stand for root beer floats. And this is why I go to Sonic as often as possible!
A & W Driveins. These were our "drive thru's". You could still go inside and order and turn on the juke box for music. l950-60's. Fun era to live in. :) Rootbeer floats the best. I can taste the hamburgers right now also!!!! with onion!!!
I remember going to the A&W for a Baby Burger and Root Beer Float in the 70's....rolling around in the back of the station wagon with my brother & sister. Sometimes Mom would get Dad to buy a jug of Root Beer to take home. We'd chug it right from the bottle. Good Times!!
A&W ...root beer float..yum we used to go the drive in root beer stand and the waitress would bring the order and put it on the car just like this
At the Drive-In by Dusty_73, via Flickr Carhops took your order at your car then brought it to you on a tray like this that hung on your car window. I LOVED these. Those were the days... sigh... and those A Root Beer Floats!
A&W ...root beer float..yum ours was outside a drive in movie. They were the best hamburgers!! Still remember them
A & W...was a car hop in the early 60's in Kittery Maine...loved the tips
A&W root beer float is the best. Just ask this former car hop. ♡
A Drive Inn.. Car Hop Service and 50's
Old cars and drive-in movies
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A drive-in theater is a form of cinema structure consisting of a large outdoor movie screen, a projection booth, a concession stand and a large parking area for. Description from nothingsky.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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drive-in movie theater...first date with my husband..we actually watched the movie lol lol
I used to love going to outdoor movies childhood-memories-makes-me-smile
drive in movie theaters - remember watching hush, hush sweet charlotte
Drive-in Movie Theater. lots of memories from the drive-in...
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Photos of the 50’s and 60’s
the drive-in movie theatre
drive-ins...what a pity they've gone.
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Remembering Drive-In theaters. Momma would pop a paper grocery bag of popcorn & I would wear my pajamas... so much fun!!!
My favorite Friday or Saturday nights, growing up, were going with my parents to the drive-in movies
Romantic and Fun...go to the drive-in! Be sure to take your blanket for snuggling!
Remembering Drive-In theaters. Loved them! The cars were newer when I went. 😂
I Miss drive-ins, remember all the kids we'd hide in the trunk ?
Drive-in theatres, Saturday night date time
Anyone remember Drive-in movie theaters?
#Retro #Memories #RememberTHIS
Drive-in Movie Theatre
The first drive-in theater in the state was in Los Angeles in 1935
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History In Pictures @HistoryInPics Los Angeles, 1935 (1st drive-in theatre in the state) can hardly wait for the drive in to open!
Los Angeles 1935 (1st drive-in theatre in the state) I love this photo. Turn lights off here was really turning the lights off. There was no parking lights then.
pictures of drive in movie theaters from 1950's | john gutmann # los angeles # history
Outdoor Drive-In, Los Angeles 1935 (1st drive-in theatre in the state)
First drive in theater, Los Angeles, 1935. [© John Gutmann]
Drive-in movie theatre in Los Angeles, California - c. 1930s
Los Angeles 1935 (1st drive in theater in the state)
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California’s first drive-in theatre, 1935
Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater in Los Angeles, CA. Photograph taken by J. R. Eyerman, 1949.
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Drive In movie, rear view of young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible at a drive-in movie theater. - I know this may be corny, but it's on my bucket list
Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater...
Remembering drive-in movies: Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater in Los Angeles, CA. Photograph taken by J. R. Eyerman, 1949.
Young Couple Snuggling in Convertible as They Watch Large Screen Action at a Drive-In Movie Theater Photographic Print by J. R. Eyerman at Art.com
Drive In movie, rear view of young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible at a drive-in movie theater. Photo by J.R. Eyerman. Los Angeles, 1949.
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Speakers from the Drive-In Movie
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Throw back to the 60's, 70's and 80's maybe even the 90's but definitely not the 00's!!! #60's #80's #retro #oldiebutgoodie
Drive-In Reminiscing I saw this picture going around Facebook - does anyone remember these? Well, as a child of the 60’s and 70’s, I sure do!! In fact, I’m lucky to live near a place where these are still being used – the Drive-In movie theater. The antique looking speakers are still in position at one of the few drive-in theaters we have left in Minnesota.
The last time I remember going to a drive in was in the earley 80's we saw the No Nukes concert. Then they tore it down to put in a strip mall. :-(
Do you know what these are? You may have been born in the 40's or 50's. Drive in movie speakers.
We went to the drive-in theater in Decorah in the late 70's early 80's. Good times!
Memories of growing up in the 50's/60's - speakers at the drive-in
Speakers at the drive in....Reminds me of the Judean Drivein!
Baby Boomers know me! Drive-in movies were so much fun!
Speakers from the 50's and 60's Drive in Theatre.
I used to love playing with these at my grandma's house.
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Remember These Ice Cube Trays - I Would Sometimes Make Frozen Kool Aid Cubes In Them...........
We had these! You had a lever at the end of the metal ice tray to pry out the ice cubes.
We used this type of ice cube tray for years Fingers always got stuck to the metal lol
.i love those ice cube trays even with my ice maker i would still use those
We used this type of ice cube tray for years. These were the best!
ice cube trays with device for loosening the ice cubes
ice cube trays...way before ice makers in the fridge.
I have these still ! Best ice cube trays ever
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step eleven: movie at our old drive in theatre. We just have to have it reopen to complete this step.
Drive in movie YES!!!!!! Dream since my Grease phase...
drive-in movie vintage photo miss drive ins
Chicago, 1951....Wow, Drive-In Movie
drive-in movie....how romantic :)
Drive-in movies were such fun!
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Drive in theaters
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I loved playing hopscotch. We played the traditional game, but also snake hopscotch and flower hopscotch. I have to admit that I was pretty good at it! :) Sweet memories...DD
Hopscotch! I absolutely loved playing hopscotch at recess!
The hopscotch game we loved so well
hopscotch--hours of entertainment
Hopscotch - Childhood Memories...
Hopscotch Loved this style
Life's Games - Hopscotch
Remember when your costume would come with these plastic masks??
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Old school Halloween Costume. Remember when your costume would come with these plastic masks? This is why we all made our own.
I had this costume. I'm sure! Old school Halloween Costume. Remember when your costume would come with these plastic masks??
old fashioned Halloween costumes ..remember sweating and not being able to breathe behind those plastic masks lol
Old school Halloween Costume. Remember when your costume would come with these plastic masks??
Throwback Jem costume. This is how we did it back in the '90s!
the old plastic mask costumes | 80s Plastic Halloween Costumes
rayon or plastic costumes with a suffocating plastic mask
Plastic mask costumes of the 80s. Jem Costume
plastic masks..80s * 90s
Henry Ford with his first car in 1896.
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Henry Ford: Henry Ford was an American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production.
Henry Ford with his first car, the 1896 Quadricycle. Engine: Two-cylinder, with leather belt and chain. Horsepower: 4 hp. Top Speed: 20 mph. Image Copyright Ford Motor Corporation
Encouraged by Edison, and backed by William Murphy in 1896; Henry Ford built his first car called the Quadricycle.
1896 Ford Quadricycle with Henry Ford seated - his first car - Known as the horseless carriage was produced 1896-1901 "Ford sold his first Quadricycle* for $200 in 1896 to Charles Ainsley. He later built two more Quadricycles: one in 1899, and another in 1901. He eventually bought his first one back for $60. (according to Ford Museum records)
Henry Ford with his first car in 1896. Start small and carry on! i kind of wish i had one of these lol
Henry Ford in his first car, 1896. Start small and carry on!
R.I.P. July 30, 1863 - Apr 7, 1947 Henry Ford
First Car, 1896 | Henry Ford
Southwest Airlines Air Hostess, 1968
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The Don Draper approved flight attendant wardrobe: FMB's and hot pants. (Southwest Airlines, 1960's) sexxx
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1970s Southwest Airlines flight attendant uniforms - Hot pants & go go boots (Can you imagine something like that happening now? hah!)
1968 Southwest Airlines flight attendant uniforms - Hot pants & go go boots. Pre- the days before passage of the ERA, of course!
Southwest airlines stewardesses, 1970's. (Back in the day when they were NOT called flight attendants and definitely NOT dudes)
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Old-school Southwest Airlines stewardess/flight attendant 1970's
1960 s Southwest Airlines air hostess, 1968 - Hot Pants
Cream 1956, 1950S, Vintage Photos, Vacation 1956, Ice Cream, 1950 S
California Vacation: 1956 | Shorpy Historic Picture Archive
ice cream 1956 Could this be Duane David Loren and Lyle?
THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES - Boys eating ice cream - 1956.
boys sitting on the car hood enjoying ice cream || 1956
Vintage photo of boys eating ice cream cones.
Road trip! 1956.....stopping for an ice cream
California Vacation, 1956
1956.- ice cream treats
Ice cream break, 1950s.
Chicago, Lake Shore Drive, looking South from North Ave., 1941 by Andreas Feininger
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Chicago, Lake Shore Drive, looking South from North Ave., 1941. Photo by Andreas Feininger. #1940s #cars #traffic #travel
Freeways Were Originally Made For The Military To Get From One Point To The Next Faster. It Shortly Became The Path Of Transportation For The Growing Number Of Cars That Overcrowded The Small Streets. (Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 1944).
Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 1944, I should have been born in the 40's, I love old cars.
Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 1944 I was born in Chicago later this year......
Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 1944 #lsd #lakeshoredrive #chicago #1944
Lake Shore Drive, Chicago - 1944 @Pedro PINeda PINeda Crespo
U.S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago - 1944
Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 1944 xxx
so dang cute(: talk about true friends!
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Luckiest soldier, got a kiss of Marlene Dietrich. // El soldado más afortunado, consiguió un beso de Marlene Dietrich.
The kiss (Marlene Dietrich giving a kiss to a departing sailor during World War II)
last kiss http://www.ihimages.com/photo-detail/496/marlene-dietrich-vintage.html
i don't care so much about the quote but what a sweet picture!
Now THAT is a kiss! WWII last kiss.
socute(: talk about true friends!
cutest thing!- i love this!
one last kiss; love<3
True Love <3
One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880's was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel.
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One of the most feared of all London’s street gangs in the late 1880’s was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess’ most notorious novel
One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880's was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel. This is a hoax. It is just a picture of women smoking! Geez I hate people that do this!
One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880's was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel. Who would of known that one of the scariest thug movies ever was inspired by a gang of thug women ,
A little Herstory treat... One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880's was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel. Their main rivals were the all-female The Forty Elephants Gang.
Is this one of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880's? A group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges, who would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel? Nope, actually this story was made up. This gang did not exist. This is simply an old photo of Victorian women smoking and acting like men.
In August of 1969 - More than 500,000 people attended Woodstock Music Festival in upstate New York. Despite many logistical problems over the course of the 3 days, being grossly under-prepared for the number of attendees, and a torrential thunderstorm, the free festival is hailed by many as the pinnacle positive moment of the 1960s cultural era.
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Woodstock Festival 1969 - things that happened when you were around don't seem as ancient as things before you were born. I saw this at an art theater in about 1980 or so, and 11 year old Woodstock looked to me as ancient as Civil War pictures, but they sure had some good bands:
The crowd getting very wet in the rain at the 1969 Woodstock festival ~Repinned Via Virginia Samuelson
Woodstock Music & Art Fair (informally, Woodstock or the Woodstock Festival) August, 1969
Reseaching how youth subculture was performing from 1960- 1969. It had indicated this picture was taken from the mass party work festival that attended by more than 500,000 people at Woodstock with tittle Music Festival in upstate New York. Despite many logistical problems over the course of the 3 days, being grossly under-prepared for the number of attendees, and a torrential thunderstorm, the free festival is hailed by many as the pinnacle positive moment of the 1960s youth subcultural era.
The crowd getting very wet in the rain at the 1969 Woodstock festival
Photos of Life at Woodstock Festival 1969 - The emotions captured
Woodstock Photos That Will Transport You Back To 1969
In August of 1969 Woodstock Music Festival
In The Rain at Woodstock, 1969
unboxing the statue of liberty, 1885