1970's clock radio with flip numbers--I remember a kid trying to describe this to a very old teacher! He said he didnt need to learn how to tell time!
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1970's clock radio with flip numbers. Parents had an even uglier version. I remember having a "sick day" in mom's bed, listening to those damn numbers flip as I tried to fall asleep. Also heard Debbie Boone sing, "You-ou-ou-ou... light up my life..." for the first time on that radio!! Ha!
1970's clock radio with flip numbers. I had this clock and you could actually hear the numbers flip.
1970's clock radio with flip numbers. The lights on 2014 phones or clocks keep you awake--you should hear those f@!% numbers flip!
1970's clock radio with flip numbers. I had this clock and you could actually hear the numbers flip... this looks EXACTLY like mine!!
I remember the 1970's clock radio with flip numbers. When I couldn't sleep, I could hear the numbers flip.
1970s clock radio with flip numbers ... Dad got one for Christmas in 1973
My 1970's radio alarm clock, worked for years and years and years.
The flip clock radio, you could actually hear the #'s flip.
held my ice cream money
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Change Purse. My Great Uncle Ike used to get his coin purse out after we had finished a chore for him. He would take us to town and get it out and dig around and pull out a nickel for each of us and we could go buy a sack of candy with it. I wish I had his coin purse when he passed away. That little thing held so many memories of my childhood with him. He was always pulling it out.
squeezable Change Purse - this is a real coin purse - squeeze to open.
Change Purse // #childhood #nostalgia #80s
I remember these! Plastic coin pouch...
Coin Holders - I remember these!
I remember these! Coin pouch
.change purse of the 80s
~ Childhood Memories
Coin Holder - 80s
I still remember the smell.
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i can remember that Daddy used a cigarette lighter just like this...before he quit smoking. You had to add lighter fuel.
I still remember the click and the smell when my Dad lit his Camel cigarettes with his lighter and when he refilled it with lighter fluid on the bottom . . .
Seemed like everyone smoked back then. My folks used a lighter like this.
Re-fillable cigarette lighter. I still remember the lighter fluid smell.
ZIPPO ... "I still remember the smell and the sound.--My dad had one."
I still remember the smell and the sound & dad filling it.
Zippo lighters Dad used this to light his pipe
Butane Lighters: I still remember the smell.
I still remember the smell. Just like my dads
slide and projector
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Slide projector!! It was always a real treat when my dad would bust this out for "slide show night"!! : )
`Slide projector. I remember looking at Granddaddy's slides whenever they got back from a trip.
slide and projector - still have my parents and the deteriorating family slides ...
Slide projector, i have one similar to this one , how else can i see my slides lol
Slide projector - I remember the sound this made as it changed slides. T
Slide projector. All my childhood memories are on these.
the dreaded family vacation slide show!
Projecteur de diapos .
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This is an antique music download service.. place in front of speaker, wait for song, and hope that everyone can be quiet for 4 and a half minutes! (Its a cassett tape recorder!)
Cassette Player .. trying to get your favorite songs from the radio so you could listen to the over and over again.
Cassette Player... remember holding it up to the radio to record favorite songs and getting mad if someone came in and spoke to me while I was doing it because it ruined the song.
Cassette Player. Waiting for ur favorite song to be played on the radio... praying you get the beginning of the song!! Also skated with it in my jacket as I followed Dawn around with her solo music and then shed do the same for me. Oh the memories of the year without an arena and we had to use the oval to practice!
Cassette Player - I recorded many a favorite song onto cassette from my parents' console stereo.
Cassette Player. I so remember holding the mic up the radio to record my favorite song! LOL
My cassette recorder was great for recording my favorite songs off the radio.
This was my first tape player. Panasonic Cassette Player
Cassette Player ~ Childhood Memories
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Transister Radio with case . High Tech ! My dad worked for zenith so we were the first in the neighborhood with our own transistor radios and leather cases. I slept with mine up under my pillow every night in the 60's. Loved my AM radio!!
I had a transistor radio in a stiff leather case. It was black and cream colored and got one station, the local AM.
Transistor Radio. Ours had a black radio, and a black leather case. My mom listened to it every morning, to hear the weather and school lunch menu :)
Dad had one with the case just like this! Transistor Radio - this was the only portable entertainment device available
I suppose it would be a miracle to find a picture of the exact transistor radio I had as a teeny-bopper (pre-teen). But this comes pretty close. It's aqua and has a leather case, kind of like mine.
Transistor Radio. I had one with a leather case with holes to let the sound out.
Transistor Radio. I had forgotten about the leather cases! My case was plastic!
Transistor Radio~~Got one of these for Christmas in the '60s
Transistor Radio I remember that exact leather case.
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This is a guide about determining the value of old reel mowers. Vintage reel lawn mowers sometimes have a value to collectors.
A reel rotary push mower was the first mower we had...later came the gasoline powered ones we used to keep our yard cut. The best part of this push mower...the sound on a Saturday morning from outside an open window while lying in bed with the aroma of fresh cut grass wafting in on you. HEAVENLY childhood memory.
A rotary push mower...I jusr barely remember this but remember when my dad was first able to buy a riding lawn mower, we thought we had gone to heaven!
A reel rotary push mower was the first mower we had...later came the gasoline powered ones we used to keep our yard cut. My Dad used this, love it!!
Push Mowers My dad didn't know about rust or oil so I pushed one of these until it rusted and froze up. I was 10 when he got me a gas powered one [in 1960].
push mowers... A trip down memory lane to a real eco-friendly way of life!
#nostalgia #oldschool #cut #grass #summer #memories
A reel rotary push mower... used many times
Rotary push lawnmower
Remember, 80S, Childhood Memories, Heehaw, My Dad, Hee Haw, Memory Lane, Saturday Night
Hee Haw. Remember watching this with my grandparents when I would stay with them on Saturday nights. I grew up in Archie Campbell's hometown - his sister was one of my teachers!
Hee Haw - Silly humor....Saturday night tv at my house! My dad always watched it! Along with Johnny Cash.
Hee Haw. Remember watching this with my grandparents when we would stay with them on Saturday nights.
Hee Haw. Somewhat funny. Only TV, only 3 channels. My dad loved this show, and weekends were the only time he wasn't working, so to spend family time. I got stuck watching this.
I had to suffer throught this every Saturday night as a child...this was back in the days of 1 TV in the house and I assure you the Kids did not control what was on it! Hee hee hee hee hee haw Hee haw!
Every Saturday night included Hee Haw at 7:00.. You better believe it ~~ My DAD loved this show ;)
Hee Hee Hee Haw Haw Haw, HeeHaw! (gloom despair, & agony on me. OOOO)
Hee Haw. Lots of laughs....family TV time every Saturday night
The 70s and 80s were so country!
Slides and slide projectors
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♥ Slides and Slide Projectors == Many a Family Vacation Was Shared on Screens, Over and Over Again, the Very Best Memories ♥
Slides and slide projectors -My Dad took lots of pictures on slides. We would set up the screen and projector sometimes to look at them. Lots of fun.
Slides and slide projectors. Oh I loved it when the parents would haul out the screen and show our slides.
Mom would always put on a slide night for us kids. We would get the screen and projector out, pop the popcorn, turn out the lights and have such fun! It never mattered if the photos were good ones or out of focus, we loved them all!
It was always a fun evening when daddy would bring out the boxes of slides, projector & screen! Even up through the '90s, we'd watch for hours!!!! -k
Slides and slide projectors - my Nana & Granddad had loads of these, think my Aunt still has them!
Slides and slide projectors - Weren't slide nights just the best
Converting best slides from the 50s to DVD.Color slides
les diapositives ! que de souvenirs de vacances!
So you could bring your records to your friend's house! I had one of these. Ours was blue
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So you could bring your records to your friend's house! I had one of these ... avocado green color.
So you could bring your records to your friend's house! I still have my case, but in a lovely bright mustard yellow color! haha!
So you could bring your records to your friend's house! Heyyyy!! Still got mine, filled with 45's and this exact color!! Are you shocked ? lol
So you could bring your records to your friend's house! I still have mine -same color and full of 45's!!
So you could bring your records to your friend's house! (I have one exactly like this. Same color. I use it to store my 45's. st)
So you could bring your records to your friend's house! I still have mine full of 45's. Same color too
So you could bring your records to your friend's house! I had a bright mustard yellow color! haha!
REMEMBER THIS MY SISTER HAD ONE--So you could bring your 45 records to your friend's house!
So you could bring your 45 records to your friend's house! I still have my green one.
From WWII and the War Manpower Commission, "I'm Proud ... my husband wants me to do my part." John Newton Howitt, 1944.
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"I'm proud... my husband wants me to do my part." "See your US Employment Service War Manpower Commission." illustrated by John Newton Howitt, 1944 - WWII propaganda poster USA, women war workers
"I'm Proud... My Husband Wants Me To Do My Part. See Your U.S. Employment Service: War Manpower Commission" World War II poster. (Photo Credit: Corbis) My Aunt worked on planes....she was a Rosie the Riveter.....
"I'm Proud... my husband wants me to do my part" ~ WWII poster, ca. 1944, featuring a proud looking "Rosie the Riveter" type woman in kerchief and coveralls being lovingly supported by her husband. There were many posters encouraging women to do "men's work" in the factories to support the war effort.
American WWII propaganda poster (somewhat condescending) depicting a woman war worker and her husband: "I'm Proud...my husband wants me to do my part"
Item Number: 2431 Title: I'm proud... my husband wants me to do my part Artist: John Newton Howitt Date: 1944 Size: 14"x20" Comments: Marvelously "unliberated" Woman Worker poster, with strong "Rosie the Riveter" looking woman ready to fight (or at least work)
One of the more interesting WWII propaganda posters I've seen... @Sarah Chintomby Beth Estes, do you know this one?
The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan. This is an example provided on the PBS website of a WWII poster showing the hypocrisy. It directs to a page that discusses the classic book. I suggest the latest version because it has an updated introduction.
"I'm Proud... My Husband Wants Me To Do My Part. See Your U.S. Employment Service: War Manpower Commission" World War II poster. (Photo Credit: Corbis)
WW II Poster. My, my, my - but haven't we come far in the last 70 years.
Free shipping and returns on Crosley Radio 'Pay Phone' Wall Phone at Nordstrom.com. A nostalgia-inducing wall phone makes for a striking, retro addition to any room, while a functional coin slot adds to the authentic appeal.
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omg. I love this payphone. I think it would be so cute in a room. And, teach my kids what a 'telephone' really is. Available at #Nordstrom
Free shipping and returns on Crosley Radio 'Pay Phone' Wall Phone at Nordstrom.com. JONATHAN WOULD LOVE THIS
Crosley Radio 'Pay Phone' Wall Phone | Nordstrom want it. for the kitchen. and you can't say no because it's red!! ;)
Crosley Radio 'Pay Phone' Wall Phone available at #Nordstrom red or black. Kitchen?
Crosley Radio 'Pay Phone' Wall Phone | Nordstrom. I WANT THIS!!!!!
Crosley Radio 'Pay Phone' Wall Phone available at #Nordstrom
Crosley 1950s Style Pay Phone found at @JCPenney
Crosley 1950s Replica Pay Telephone — Red
Blast, Childhood Memories, Simon Garfunkel, 70S, Kodachrome Slides, Nostalgia
35mm slides loved setting up the screen to view these beauties,such wonderful vivid colors unmatched by any of today's cameras.Ahhh the good old days
I loved it when my dad would get out the slides and slide projector and set up the screen it was so much fun to watch them! He still has a lot of slides.
35 MM Kodachrome slides - we had trays of them and fed them one at a time into the projection view
My Dad took hundreds of slides. Still love looking at them 1960s & 70s
Momma, don't take my Kodachrome away.... Simon Garfunkel 1973
Most of my childhood memories reside on one of these.
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Wolfman Jack, would "sneek" to watch Midnight Special so my dad would not know I was watching evil things on TV.
Wolfman Jack ~ Robert Weston Smith, known commonly as Wolfman Jack (21 January 1938 - 1 July 1995) was a gravelly voiced US disc jockey who became world famous in the 1960s and 1970s.
DJ Wolfman Jack http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Images+of+Wolfman+Jack=detail=1C1A059E5DDED24295804FEB06F2577D68C9B462=0=Images+of+Wolfman+Jack=IDFRIR
DJ Wolfman Jack - out of chicago. Radio receiver had to be on at a certain time with antenna in a certain direction!
DJ Wolfman Jack. "Clap for the Wolfman..He's gonna rate your record high"....
[DJ Wolfman Jack] ... Classic! 'American Graffiti' all the way ...
DJ Wolfman Jack / I saw him in a grocery store once.
DJ Wolfman Jack - The Mid-Night Special
Wolfman Jack - DJ of the 60's & 70's
45 Rpm, Childhood Memories, Blast, 45 Records, 45S, 45 S, Kid
LONG story! It converted your 45 rpm records to play on your record player, which only had a pin for (33(?)
Remember these? Snapped this plastic disc into center of 45rpm Records so you could place the smaller record on the narrow center post of 78rpm Record Players.
Remember these? They fit inside the 45 rpm records so you could play them on a regular 33 rpm record player.
Remember these? They would fill in the hole on 45 records so that you could play them on a record player.
these went in the holes of the 45 records so they would play on the record player
I bet most don't even know what a 45 rpm is, let alone why this is needed. lol
Remember these? For your 45s so they could fit on your record player
Remember these ? If you had 45 's.. you had to have these!
Bet my kids don't know what this was used for!
"Follow the bouncing ball" as you "Sing Along with Mitch"
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Time to all Sing Along With Mitch! Mitch Miller was born today 7-4 in 1911. While many know him for his TV series in the early 60s and his recordings, he was a huge record producer and executive with Columbia for decades and was involved in many aspects of the industry at some point in his career. He passed in 2010 at age 99.
Singing along and learning music history with Mitch Miller was a staple on Saturday nights! 1961-1964 some other things happening...Sloppy Joes, Walt Disney's 'Mary Poppins', Irish Tenors, Kodak Instamatic cameras
"Follow the bouncing ball" as you "Sing Along with Mitch" - Mitch Miller. Now that's really making my memory work!
Mitch Miller Conductor, Record Producer. He shall probably be best remembered for getting a large television audience to "Sing Along With Mitch" on Friday nights in the early 1960s. 1911-2010
"Follow the bouncing ball" as you "Sing Along with Mitch" Mitch Miller. Pop used to love this show. I hated Mitch Miller!
"Follow the bouncing ball" as you "Sing Along with Mitch" - Mitch Miller For some reason I loved his show on Sat. nights.
September 3, 1955: Mitch Miller had the No. 1 song in the country with "The Yellow Rose of Texas." In the music world we see a lot of remakes, or covers, of other artist's songs. This particular song was released 102 years earlier in 1853..... Oh and don't forget that 'bouncing' ball to follow the words as you sing along. :)
Mitch Miller, Rochester NY, (1911-2010). Originator of Sing Along with Mitch Miller TV Show where a bouncing ball appeared above lyrics so TV audience could sing along.
MITCH MILLER "Follow the bouncing ball" as you "Sing Along with Mitch" on TV
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Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy. I remember watching this on TV as a child. I remember that Doggie Daddy was a bit of a "doofus."
This component of the show featured a pair of father and son dogs who were representative of the motherless family programs that were in abundance on TV. Augie Doggie and his pop, Doggie Daddy, were inseparable. Augie adored his father and hung on his every word, even when it was obvious that his "dear old Dad" was in over his head.
Augie Doggie And Doggie Daddy | Cartoon Photo Collection: Augie Doggie And Doggie Daddy Cartoon Photos
Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy (1959-62) -- "Dear old Dad" / "Dat's my boy who said dat!"
Augie Doggie & Doggie #cartoon| http://cartoon215.blogspot.com
:) ...Classic Cartoon: Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy
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sweet cartoons for saturday mornings
Remember when people actually measured your shoe size for you???
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Remember Having Your Feet Measured With These In The Shoe Store. It's called the Brannock device and was made in Syracuse, NY!!!
Remember having your foot measured at the shoe store? Did you know this was called a "Brannock Device"?
Measuring your feet for new shoes. Heck, how many of us even remember actual SHOE STORES??? (Not the self-service cheapo types.)
measuring your foot at the shoe store. My first job in 1975 was Tic Toc shoes in Baton Rouge La. on florida blvd. Still remember the leather smell of that store where they fixed shoes in the back.
Measuring your foot at the shoe store by an attentive shoe salesman. He made sure the width and length were perfect. No self serve shoe stores that I remember.
measuring your foot at the shoe store lol - grandkids today would laugh at this. Remember mum taking us all to find our right shoe size~~~~
Remember when buying shoes was a big deal...and they always fit. This is called a Brannock Device.
Childhood memories. The excitement of getting new school shoes, the measuring & fitting.
Shoe Sizer - remember these?
Remember having to lay our heads down on our desks and rest?
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Alfred Eisenstaedt Mining Town, Pennsylvania, April, 1943. Elementary school children with heads down on desk during rest period in classroom in this dreary coal mining town. LIFE Magazine.
Elementary School Children with Heads Down on Desk During Rest Period in Classroom. And in Kindergarten we actually laid on our towels on the floor for rest time.
Alfred Eisenstaedt: Elementary school children with heads down on desk during rest period in classroom
Elementary School Children with Heads Down on Desk During Rest Period in Classroom by Alfred Eisenstaedt
Elementary School Children with Heads Down on Desk During Rest Period in Classroom. (Maybe employers should try this for their employees now...What a treat!!! )
Elementary school children with heads down on desk during rest period in classroom in this dreary coal mining town. LIFE Magazine.
This was my favorite time of the day. Elementary School Children with Heads Down on Desk During Rest Period in Classroom
Remember having to lay our heads down on our desks and rest? ~ Childhood Memories
What it is to be a baby boomer.
A milk man. Remember those days?