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Remember these? Oh yeah, you had to have them to play your 45 records on the 33 spindle.

Remember S & H green stamps?

My mom collected green stamps. I remember going to the redemption store with her.

If only some genius would hurry up and invent time travel. ** sigh **

Woolworth's, and most drug stores had lunch counters, or at least soda fountains. I remember eating at both the Woolworth's and McCrory's lunch counters with my Grnadma.

Aluminum Drinking Glasses!! My grandma had these!

Vintage Atomic Aluminum Drinking Glass Set with Tray - Mom & Dad had these in their bar. They made your drink soooo cold!

The eight track tape was indestructible. I would throw them into the floorboard of the car, spill pop and beer on them, flick cigarette ashes all over them, then all my friends would stomp on them and then I would pop them in the stereo and they played every time no fail!

Modern Antiques That Today’s Kids Probably Have Never Used

8 track tape deck for the car. Boy I remember having this in one of my cars!

little golden books!

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Anyone else get excited when they see these bindings?Golden Books - loved these always brings me back to my childhood love, reading!

Pick-up sticks...patience and dexterity required.

Vintage can pick up sticks 1960's - lido toy corp.-nos

vented car windows

This was called a vent window, sometimes a wing. Its purpose was to deflect the wind when you had the window down. Perhaps to influence more car buyers to select the A/C option, auto makers phased out the vent window in

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I remember theses.dad and shonda were addictied to the vicks inhaler.all these things mom kept i the tackle box

Vintage Holly Hobbie/ this was what my room was when I was little... I loved it!

This brought back lots of memories, I loved my Holly Hobby doll! {k} Absolutely loved Holly Hobbie as a child!

Bandstand began as a local program on WFIL-TV (now WPVI), Channel 6 in Philadelphia on October 7, 1952. Then it was hosted by Bob Horn.On July 9 of 1956 the show got a new host, a clean-cut 26 year old named Dick Clark. Airing it's first national show on August 5, 1957.

RIP Dick Clark & American Bandstand - I watched this every Saturday morning