Mr. Peabody's WABAC Time Machine

Old time advertisements, TV shows, and products from my past
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a large sign that says toysrus with a giraffe on top
two people carrying boxes in front of a large city storefront with the word circut city written on it
101 Things You Cared About 10 Years Ago (But Don't At All Today)
101 Things You Cared About 10 Years Ago (But Don't At All Today)
a man is walking in front of a store
Do You Remember These Long Gone '00s Retail Stores?
Do You Remember These Long Gone '00s Retail Stores
a & p's store front with the door open
A&P Still Exists?
oh man back in the day the A was the GHETTO grocery store in town...you went down to do your shopping at Dominion instead lol
the building has two parking spaces in front of it
Bonanza Steakhouse. We ate there often.
a fish and chips restaurant on the corner of a street in front of a parking lot
Arthur Treacher's Fish & Chips
the steak and ale restaurant is located in an old photo
Steak & Ale - Roseville, MN on Perimeter Drive
a red barn restaurant with cars parked in front of it and a large neon sign on the side of the building
cars are parked in front of a circuit city audio store
Stores That We Used To Shop At
Stores That We Used To Shop At - Gallery
Kukla, Fran and Ollie is an early American television show using puppets, originally created for children but soon watched by more adults than children. It did not have a script and was entirely ad-libbed. It first aired from 1947–1957. The puppet cast included Kukla,[2] the earnest leader of the troupe; Ollie, or Oliver J. Dragon, a roguish one-toothed dragon, and Fran Allison, radio comedienne & singer.  I'm sure I was watching this as a preschooler in'57 or before & then in reruns. =) Childhood, Ollie, Childrens Tv, Binghamton, Old Shows, Childhood Memories
deMent-triloquism and Mixed Media Puppetry
Kukla, Fran and Ollie is an early American television show using puppets, originally created for children but soon watched by more adults than children. It did not have a script and was entirely ad-libbed. It first aired from 1947–1957. The puppet cast included Kukla,[2] the earnest leader of the troupe; Ollie, or Oliver J. Dragon, a roguish one-toothed dragon, and Fran Allison, radio comedienne & singer. I'm sure I was watching this as a preschooler in'57 or before & then in reruns. =)
Age Test_Education_love to smell the paper just printed on a mimeograph Memories, Humour, I Remember When
Age Test and Quiz: Awesome Collection of Images, Days Gone Past
Age Test_Education_love to smell the paper just printed on a mimeograph
an article in the weekly reader features images of fish and equipment that are being used for fishing
My Weekly Reader and Scholastic Books
A weekly (um, thus the name) highlight of elementary school was exploring the Weekly Reader. We also ordered books through Weekly Reader and Scholastic and anxiously awaited their delivery. I remember once mistakenly ordering Misty of Chincoteague (I was not into horses at all) and feeling crestfallen when it arrived, but I read it of course (I mean, it was a book after all), and thereby fell in love with all the Marguerite Henry books.