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i must have one of these. instant obsession. PETEENA THE POODLE

Ultimate Cupie Doll! My mother's generation loved their cupie dolls.

Betsy Wetsy doll ad from the 50's. The Ideal Toy Co. started manufacturing her in 1935, named after the head of the company, A. Katz's, daughter. She was one the first of the popular dolls to also be offered in ethnic versions.

Soda pop bottles from fairs. 80's I have so many memories connected to these bottles!! Miss being young sometimes!!

loved picking out my new Aladdin lunch box at back-to-school time

Mercurochrome... If you read the words above and cringed then you know exactly what I'm talking about! It came in a little bottle with a cap that served as a dropper or just had a stick on it. It was this reddish orange color that stained everything it touched including your skin for days. And it was what my mom used on every cut or scrape throughout my childhood. Just the mention of it brought tears to my eyes.

Jordache craze.. My Jordache jeans had a starburst design. Loved them. I was thrilled my Mom bought them for me.

1949 Cosco Step Stool In 1950 you were not allowed to consider yourself a housewife in good standing if you didn't have one of these stepstools. Source: Better Homes & Gardens

corduroy gauchos! I had some like that in the late 70s. Wore them with my camel tan, suede high heeled boots.

Baby Dolls from the Sears Christmas Catalog, 1963

I wanted to be her! I still remember that she loved shopping at Screaming Mimi's!