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    View Master

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    • Miguel Sk

      I still remember... having 3 random He-Man reels for my View Master. As a Kid placing your eyes on it and looking at the cartoons was magical...

    • JoBorky

      Things I remember from my childhood --except my view master was made of metal, not plastic. From the 1940s

    • Reality Rogue |  ISFJ

      Loved the view master! Things I remember from my childhood | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    • Jamie Dean Dawes

      Things I remember from my childhoodah yes the viewmaster! i actually have 2 old brown ones that we have family photos on discs for it

    • Kamille Terry

      Things I remember from my #baby toy #children toy #baby product #kid toy|

    • Kelsey Williams

      Viewmaster. Ahhh! I remember these things! They could entertain me for hours!

    • Emily Adams

      view master. I remember having one of these, I love these things.

    • Faye White

      View master = Childhood memories

    • Ashley Bader

      view master 80s

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