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GUIDANCETOWN U.S.A. is in exact scale with the CHILD GUIDANCE RAILROAD line and the CHILD GUIDANCE HIGHWAY SYSTEM.
Guidancetown building play set - by Child Guidance. This was my favorite toy back in the 60's - a precursor to Legos - plastic pieces snap together to make houses and other buildings. Set came complete with wall sections, roofs, chimneys, store and street signs, traffic signs, trees, street lights, and a "village" printed floor mat. Oh, how I loved this toy!
50's 60's child booster chair
in the early 1950s programs were started to issue dog-tags to children. There was concern that in the event of a surprise atomic attack it would be difficult to identify the millions of children killed while at school.~
scolopendra: Renée Laferriere
AAAAAHHHHHHH! Need! Need!
Golden Book inside circa 1955 I loved looking at the back inside page of my Golden Books...and finding characters I knew from other Golden Books.
Old school maps the teacher pulled down in front of the blackboard
Chocks Vitamins. When the line between vitamins and candy started to blur. I liked the pink flavor best.
This was my favorite beverage ever! My Grandad would occasionally buy it for me when I was little. I would love to have some again.
Another view of the baby cage. Let's hope that Daddy read the instructions! Illustration from 1923 Popular Science Monthly.
Vintage Silver and Red Flashlights. The standard light before Mag Lights. Before that they were all pretty much the same.
Huki toy car. I would love this on my Christmas Tree!