We got our first McDonalds when I was in high school. Looked just like this one. We got an Azar's next door at the same time. . . . now I have to find Azar's.
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Remember when McDonalds looked like this??? I DO!!!! .......... this is the oldest McDonald's in the US, Downey, CA.
I still can remember when our McDonald's looked like this! I remember the grand opening of the McDonalds in west Seattle, they were giving away these tiny ice cream cones. I remember holding my daddy's hand and standing in line =)
I still can remember when our McDonald's looked like this! I loved the "Golden Arches" running right through the roof - you could spot them a good distance off going down the highway. Today's Architecture just isn't as interesting like this anymore.
I still can remember when our McDonald's looked like this! This looks like the one that was about a block from my house growing up! 5 cent ice cream cones- yay!
I remember when our McDonalds only had 2 tiny tables with swivel stools and looked just like this.
I remember the first McDonalds I ever saw - in Macon, GA ... definitely those great big arches.
Remember when McDonald's was just a walk-up restaurant In the 60's?
If A Woman Needs It, Should She Be Spanked? "Why not" says Miguel. "If they don't know how to behave." Frank says, "Yes, when they deserve it. As a barber I've got a lot of faith in the hairbrush." Teddy offers "You bet. It teaches them who's boss" and William (a *TOY FACTORY* owner!) believes "most of them have it coming to them anyway." Wow.
1950's. No words for this.
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Should A Woman Be Spanked? Asked of four Brooklyn men by the now defunct “New York Daily Mirror.” Looks like late 1950s. I know some men who like to be spanked...is that the same thing....can you believe this stuff.
If a woman needs it, should she be spanked?" News clipping from the New York Daily Mirror, c. 1950s ....wtf i'd like to have seen one of them try it on me i'd rip your dick off and spank you with it! muthafuckers
A 1950s clipping from what is believed to be the New York Daily Mirror. Funny how things have come full circle? Once again, spanking is all the rage. 'Cept these days women who are spanked aren't "asking for it," they're BEGGING for it.
1950s newspaper article: Should A Woman Be Spanked? WOW - along with the pictures of four men whose wives probably hated them. Wtf!
If a woman needs it, should she be spanked?" News clipping from the New York Daily Mirror, c. 1950s -- Ahahahaha. The last one. It's funny, but thank goodness times have changed.
"If a Woman Needs It, Should She Be Spanked", from the New York Daily Mirror, ca. late 1950s. Each answer is a unique gem in mid-century misogyny among Brooklyn-area men.
1950s newspaper article: SO many things to be confused and angry about! What is the barber talking about?! Could the toy factory owner be creepier?! Should women be spanked?! WHAT?!
Funny, none of these men look like they ever had a date with a woman in their life. 1950s newspaper article: Should A Woman Be Spanked? WOW
"If a woman needs it, should she be spanked?" news clipping from the New York Daily Mirror, c. 1950s. Find Crazy stuff to Pin here: http://don.greymafia.com/?p=9586
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The original McDonald's menu I remember when the first one opened in our city, my neighbor hood friends and I walked there. So excited!!!
The original McDonald's menu. I remember when I used to go there and eat for less than one dollar. those were the days.
The original McDonald's menu I remember my standard order and the cost being under 1 dollar! 2 hamburgers french fries and a milk shake!
The original McDonald's menu... I remember those 15 cent hamburgers! And I also remember it's competitor Wetson's, which I actually liked better. Going there was a real treat.
The original McDonald's menu I remember the price was 15 cents
McDonald's - I remember when the fries were 25 cents
Vintage // The Original McDonalds Menu
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American Diner- i want to go to an american diner and order a burger/hot dog, fries, and a milkshake, and waffles.
Day 11/100 -physics, history and geography free periods - went behind evs lab with Banee and Trisha - went and sat in the amphi and watched juniors dancing terribly, couldn't stop laughing as Maneet and Saksham joined them - mom picked me up from school - went to American diner with mom and bro, drank peanut butter and chocolate shake, ate chilli dog and ice cream sundae - spoke to Armaan and Devika after ages
A checkerboard floor and red gleaming seats are the hallmarks of the retro diner look.
This could be Lucky's Diner! 1950s Retro Diner Kitchen Ideas | The Best Home Decor
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WOULD LOVE LOVE!! To eat in a 50s Diner!!! Love!in red
Inspiration for a retro diner in Bellingham
I wish we had a 50s diner around here.
The revolving bucket sign
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The revolving bucket sign! I totally grew up with this...and look at thoes prices! every Sunday after church, and they had rolls not biscuits and I loved them!
The revolving bucket sign! Yep I remember it, signs were so interesting and cute when I grew up!
The revolving bucket sign. I wonder where this was taken. We had Dan Good Sandwiches too.
The revolving bucket sign - who's old enough to remember those? :)
The revolving bucket sign! I totally grew up with this. ...
The revolving bucket sign for Kentucky Fried Chicken
The KFC revolving bucket....brings back memories!
The revolving KFC bucket sign
Soda in the 1960's - or, if you're from the midwest, "pop" ~from the northeast Nehi Grape Orange Royal Crown Cola collecting the bottles and turning them in~ 2 cents for the regular size 5 cents for the big ones ~those tiny cokes cost 8 cents or you could get a bag of penny candy~ I don't remember the glass in the street like we have now...we could walk bare foot even in the city
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Soda in the 1960's and although I wasn't born until 78 I still remember going to the old general store with a wooden floor at Steve's in Max Meadows VA and getting a soda pop in a glass bottle and opening it on the metal machine and grabbing a brown paper bag filled with gummy worms and chocolates.
Soda in the 1960's...we called it POP and you had to pay a deposit on the bottles. We would gather them up and sell them back to the store. Awwww the good ole' days..
Soda in the 1960's, My friend and I use to collect soda bottles & take them to any store & get 5 cents each for them. We could get enough to get candy for each of us.
Soda in the 1960's. -- loved soda pop out of the glass bottles... we'd get it by the case.. and return the empties!
Soda -- loved soda pop out of the glass bottles..I didn't get pop a lot growing up.. But my Dad's shop had a bottle dispenser...made for a well remembered special treat!!
Pop in the 1960's. Always kept in a refrigerated compartment. Soda Pop bottles were always recycled. How much did we get from them? 2 cents a jar?
Sodas in glass bottles, which you returned for a deposit refund.
1960's (soda) pop bottles.
vintage soda bottle pkg
The first McDonald's ever
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Já imaginou pedir um McLanche Feliz em 1940? Conheça 0 primeiro restaurante do McDonald’s #Urbano #McDonalds #Vintage
The First McDonald's opened in San Bernardino California in the 50's. The next one came to my hometown of Riverside, Ca. The rest is history
This McDonald's was on Lewis Ave, Waukegan, Ill. 31+ Great Iconic Photos from History – Dont miss these pics !!!!! | funbazaar.com
When McDonald's was just a tiny BBQ joint: Black and white pictures of the first burger restaurant before it went on to take over the world (and a hamburger was just 15 cents)
History: 15c Hamburger - The First McDonalds ➤ https://plus.google.com/u/0/117059177683575828455/posts/iJj9aSQDsJ7 - 2013 09 29
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The first McDonalds ~ San Bernardino, California (1948) ' Fast Food' Gross
The first McDonald's and other great historic photos
First fast food ,primeira do mc donalds
Drive Ins- fun times
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Still remember going with Delores to Sully's with the Roller Skating Car Hops! A & W also had these and that Frosty Mug...WOW!!! Drive In's.
Previous Pinner: The car, the drive in restaurants, the whole thing...such fun memories. I remember those days, was a hang out to meet NICE men. no Pot, No Drugs, only getting acquainted and maybe a developing relationship. Back in Alabama days!
Remember these days-going to eat hamburgers and malts at a drive in w/ Car Hops on roller skates serving your order on a tray attached to your car!
Drive Ins - hey, don't scratch the paint! I don't remember curb service at any of the drive-ins!! Can you imagine the car-hop running from car to car?! Hah!
The car, the drive in restaurants, the whole thing...such fun memories. :-) Loved the 50's..I remember and miss this!
Ahh the good old days :D #retro #cars #driveins #movies #vintage
DRIVE INS- i so miss that! always a good childhood memory at A!
Drive Ins of the 50s
McDonald's in the 60's
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McDonald's in the 60's. I remember these prices when grandpa took us when Mcdonald's first opened. I was soooo excited!
McDonald's in the 60's - I remember the first McDonald's inTallahassee, Florida. For 25 cents we were able to get a meal! We'd all meet up after dinner and go to McDonald's and stayed skinny!!!
McDonald's in the 60's ~ I remember going out to dinner on a summer Saturday with the neighborhood block families and we'd order HUGE amounts of 15 cent hamburgers and sit in the truck beds and eat them with a coke ~ we thought life just couldn't get any better than that
McDonald's prices...in the beginning - I remember 12 cents burgers and 15 cent cheeseburgers
McDonald’s in the 60′s… do you remember.. | .We went there many times for 15 cent burgers!
McDonald's prices.I remember going to McD's for the first time, I thought it was so cool.
McDonald's in the 60's - I remember the first McDonald's in Arvada, CO on Ralston Road.
Vintage McDonalds (1950's)...
Most fast food (especially McD's) sold their sandwiches in styrofoam containers like this one!
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Most fast food (especially McD's) sold their sandwiches in styrofoam containers like this one! Filet o' Fish was my Favorite!
Most fast food (especially McD's) sold their sandwiches in styrofoam containers like this one! These were the containers McDonalds used in 1988 when I worked there for the summer....
Most fast food (especially McD's) sold their sandwiches in styrofoam containers like this one! Filet O Fish, fries, and a chocolate shake... best cure for the munchies ever!
Most fast food (especially McD's) sold their sandwiches in styrofoam containers like this one for a VERY long time before switching to cardboard boxed. It stated with paper wrapped burger. I loved seeing an original golden arches McDonald's in the vast Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield village.
Most fast food (especially McDonald's) sold their sandwiches in styrofoam containers like this one!
McDonalds rest. served sandwiches in styrofoam containers like this one in the 1980's
Styrofoam McDonald's Containers ~ Childhood Memories
Old school McDonald's styrofoam containers
Lent in the 80s looked like this!
House of the Future - 1956 illustration by Fred McNabb
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House of the Future – We see the prediction of the iMac, Skype and flatscreen TVs in this 1956 illustration by Fred McNabb.
Josie Portillo graduated at the Art Center College of Design in 2009, with a BFA in Illustration. portillo.josie[at]gmail.com . Secret Design Studio knows mid century modern architecture. www.secretdesignstudio.com
1950s Space Artwork | ... fred mcnabb 1956 with text recently added ads home buy print space art
1950's House of the Future #illustration #vintage #retromodern
House of the Future | Fred McNabb, 1956
Fred McNabb: House of the Future (1956)
1950s house of the future poster art
1950 s house of the future
". . . and the living is easy-est with STAINLESS STEEL." Sharon Steel, 1960. Illustrated by R.C. Swanson.
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This is defintely going in my '1950's Happy & Perfect Vintage Housewife' Kitchen they got retro 50's everything NOW
Plan59 1940s and 1950s car art and colorful retro imagery from the Golden Age of commercial illustration.
Another Pinner wrote: This is definitely going in my '1950's Happy & Perfect Vintage Housewife' Kitchen :D
This is defintely going in my '1950's Happy & Perfect Vintage Housewife' Kitchen Claire. xx
DONT WE REALLY LIVE THIS WAY LOL '1950's Happy & Perfect Vintage Housewife' Kitchen
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Stainless Bliss - 1960 illustration by R. C. Swanson
1950's Happy & Perfect Vintage Housewife
Buying cigarettes at the bedside 1950's...ah, those were the days...everybody smoked, guilt-free.
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1950's nurse sells cigarettes to the patient at bedside ~ I remember as late as the 1980s when ash trays were everywhere in the hospital for visitors, the patients could smoke in their room and Doctors and Nurses could smoke at the nurses station!!
Buying cigarettes at the bedside 1950's. Still into the 80's people could smoke in the hospital, in the nurses station, finally relegated to a "smoking" room then out side, then not at all..
Buying cigarettes from your hospital bed c. 1950's. Yes. Even there. In the movie theater. On the airplane. Everywhere...
Buying cigarettes at the bedside 1950's. My Mother had her last cigarette the night before major lung surgey in 1954 (she was in a TB Sanatorium as they were called for three years). The nurse brought her an ashtry. Unbelievable considering smoking is now banned from even the grounds of every hospital here in Ireland.
Imagine the hoo haaa made over this! Buying cigarettes at the bedside 1950s | hospital | medical history | www.republicofyou.com.au
Buying cigarettes at the bedside 1950's....in the 70's....I was able to smoke in the hospital, while I was in labor...the nurse got me an ashtray and lit the cigarette for me! OMG.
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Nothing says "Get Better" like buying cigarettes from the nurse. From your hospital bed.
Buying cigarettes ,in hospital 1950....
1st Taco Bell,1961. I wish they still looked like this one.
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Taco Bell – Opened 1962 in Downey, California | 35 Of Your Favorite Fast Food Spots When They First Opened
In 1954, Taco Bell founder Glen Bell opened Bell's Drive-In in San Bernardino, California. Seeing the fast-food industry's growth, Bell expanded to open the first Taco Bell in 1961 at 7126 Firestone Boulevard in Downey, California.
The Original Taco Bell Located at 7112 Firestone Blvd. Downey, Calif. Lived in Downey June 1989 to October 1992.
Happiness and Inspiration from Downey? Mr. Bell wasn't the only one to find it coming from there. The Original Taco Bell Downey, Calif.
In 1967, the 100th Taco Bell franchise opened at 400 South Brookhurst in Anaheim, Cali. By 1970 Taco Bell would have 325 fast food chain fast food restaurants.
Mom and Meme took me here so many times and loved the outdoor fire pit! 1962: Glen Bell opens the first Taco Bell on Firestone Boulevard in Downey, California.
Downey, CA Bite of History: In 1954, Taco Bell founder Glen Bell opened Bell's Drive-In in San Bernardino, California. Seeing the fast-food industry's growth, Bell expanded to open the first Taco Bell in 1961 at 7126 Firestone Boulevard in Downey, California. It wasn't long before the restaurant was franchised, and in 1978, PepsiCo, Inc., purchased the chain through an exchange of stock. Taco Bell thrived under PepsiCo, creating such memorable ad campaigns as "Yo quiero Taco Bell."
Year Opened: 1961 First Location: Downey, CA Bite of History: In 1954, Taco Bell founder Glen Bell opened Bell’s Drive-In in San Bernadino. Seeing the fast-food industry growth, Bell opened the first Taco Bell in 1961 at 7126 Firestone Boulevard in Downey, CA. It wasn’t long before the restaurant franchised, and in 1978 PepsiCo, Inc. purchased the chain through an exchange of stock. Taco Bell thrived under PepsiCo, creating such memorable slogans as, “Yo quiero Taco Bell.” While no longer a Taco Bell, the original building still stands today.
The Original Taco Bell
remember it well
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Quote from 1955: "The fast food restaurant is convenient for a quick meal, but I seriously doubt they will ever catch on."
56 years ago it was said: "The fast food restaurant is convenient for a quick meal, but I seriously doubt they will ever catch on". wow what an understatement!
remember when... Yep! I remember when the very first McDonalds opened up across from Wiley High School and they were only 15 cents each!
Love the look of McDonalds when I was a kid! This looks just like the one I remember in Illinois in the 60's.
Memories of a going to McDonald's as a child in Pleasantville, NJ. (I'm really aging myself here!)
Memories-I remember the first time I went to McDonalds. Hamburgers were 15 cents!!
This is the McDonald's look I remember. Only 1 million sold and at 15 cents.
remember when...just 15 cents . What were fries? 10 cents?
McDonalds hamburger 15 cents! via Vintage Pictures
Price of Gas in 1973
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Price of Gas in 1973 In the 60s I can remember getting at least 3 gal for a dollar. My hubby and I could go out on a $5 bill and come home with change.
Price of Gas in 1973--I also remember the gas wars during this time when the price would drop to 25 cents
1973 gas prices just before they started going up....no one ever believes me when I tell them the prices were this low
Price of Gas in 1973 ( I remember when my parents thought it was awful when it went up to 50 cents a gallon! )
Price of Gas in 1973 - a bit before my driving or dating time but, gas was still cheap in the late 70's.
Price of Gas in 1973. No, this is not faked! That Must be in New York, I remember in New Jersey, Gas was 35 cents
1973 gas prices just before they started going up
The good ole days!
Dick and Jane
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Dick and Jane reader! I learned to read with this, and I remember the first word, which the teacher had on a big easel: Look. When my son had trouble learning to read in elementary school, I found a republished version, and ... it worked like magic! Still love the retro images in these books.
Dick and Jane readers. We didn't use them in class but had a whole shelf of them in the school library.
Dick and Jane books ~ I remember them well and have fond memories of them. I wish life was that simple now.
Dick and Jane readers. Dick, Jane & Sally, Spot & Puff---they lived on Pleasant St. :). I definitely remember Dick and Jane!
Dick and Jane readers.... i remember them well...'twas the beginning of my love affair with books....
Dick and Jane books, my first readers. The pictures were far more interesting than the reading.
Dick and Jane readers - I still remember the thrill of reading my first words from these books
Dick and Jane books. I bought some at the thrift store to teach my children how to read.
Dick and Jane books. I remember reading these in Elementary school. Man I'm old
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I remember driving to McDonald's when we lived in Ohio in the early 60's. Drive-in's were well established, but drive-through, fast food was new. It was also real food then. It was a big thing to watch for the signs tallying up the number of hamburgers sold as it started to reach a million.
McDonald's Ad (1960s). My friend and I would walk home from school in the late 60's and get fries for the walk - they were 25 cents by then!
McDonald's ad from the early '60's. I recall that little burger guy, which means I'm OLD! ;-)
McDonald's Speedee Drive-Ins early '60's #ad #advertisement #1960 #60s #McDs #McDonalds
McDonald's Ad (1960s). Now $1.69
McDonald's ad in the early '60's
McDonald's Ad from the 1960s
Early '60's McDonald's ad.
McDonald's Ad (1960s).
I1960 McDonald's vintage ad holy cow! 19 CENTS!!!