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Vintage Fisher Price dog
Baby Products, Fav Toys, Childhood Memories, Price Dogs, Children Toys, Vintage Fisher Price, Little Sisters, Favorite Toys, Kids Toys
Vintage Fisher Price dog. This one is missing his tail & the pull string. It was one of my very fav toys :)
Vintage Fisher Price dog. This one is missing his tail the pull string. I remember my little sister had one.
Vintage Fisher Price dog. This was one of my favorite toys growing up.
Colour, Old Schools, Holland, Vintage Beautiful, Vintage Rusty, Gas Pumps, Old Gas Stations, Colors Things, New Mexico
Out of gas? Loved the old gas stations..
There is just something about vintage, colorful things
Beat up, vintage beauty
Out of Gas - New Mexico
Out of Gas - multicolored gas pumps | by Greg Holland via 500px
Out of gas - Vintage petrol pumps. Love the colours and textures of these, but anyone have some ideas how they could be re-used....?
Before the electric mixer....
Scrambled Eggs, Eggs Beaters, Electric Mixers I, Hands Mixers, Electric Mixers Stil, Kitchens Aid Mixers, Kitchens Things, Hands Beaters, Vintage Hands
Vintage Hand Mixers, Set of 3, Egg Beater. Ekco, Flint, United Royalties #HandMixer #Eggbeater
Before the electric mixer.... Still have mine. I use it to beat eggs for scrambled eggs
Before the electric mixer.... I have one in my drawer. but I never use it.
Series, Dust Jackets, 1947 Scottish, Pub Black, Dogs Art, Scottie Westies, Whisky, Scottish Terriers, Art Black
...it was like eating a bale of hay!!
Spoons, Cups, Dads Ate, Cereal Boxes, My Dads, Big Biscuits, Frostings Minis
The old shredded wheat you had to cut up with the spoon and put a ton of sugar on. I still eat shredded wheat, but the frosted minis.
My dad ate this every morning for breakfast!
1930's cereal box!
They came in a great big biscuit
Shredded Wheat....i would put a cup of sugar on these just to make them tasty enough to eat.//I would pour boiling water over them in a bowl, drain off water and add milk and sugar. Instant hot cereal.
Vending Machine, The Real, Hot Summer Day, Cocacola, Hot Day, Photo, Little Boys, Vintage Coca Cola, Kid
Nothing like a cold bottle of "The Real Thing" on a hot day.
Coca Cola..."Take Time Out Little Boy"
Coca Cola vending machine. Retro
#children #photo #CocaCola
The real cocacola style
vintage coca cola ad | Found on scontent-b-vie.xx.fbcdn.net
A kid drinking an ice cold pop on a hot Summer day. I can just hear him go, "Ahhh" after the first couple of sips.
Water color paint boxes
Water Paintings, Collage Art, Vintage Tins, Watercolors, Vintage Watercolor, Vintage Metals, Old Tins, Watercolor Tins, Water Colors
Sushipot - Assemblage & Collage Art by Suzanna Scott: Vintage Watercolor Tins
Old tin water color boxes. <3
Clever idea for miscellaneous small objects: Organize them in vintage tins.
Vintage metal watercolor paint boxes - great design graphics! #retro #tins
Classic Commercial Jingles 50's 60's
Tv Classic, 1950S 60S, 1950S Commercial, Classic Commercial, Classic Jingle, Classic Television, 50 S 60 S, Commercial Jingle, Classic Tv
Video of TV Classic Commercial Jingles 50’s 60’s. Fun to look back at what we grew up with!
Classic Jingles 50's 60's
...classic television commercial jingles, 1950's & 60's (over 10 minutes of these little gems)...
Ascetics of 1950s commercials.
"A Little Dab'll Do Ya!"
Kids Stuff, Vintage Observed, Celebrity Noticed, Hair Dresses, Vintage Ads, 1950, Dick Clarks, Remember Dads, Guys Hair
"A Little Dab'll Do Ya!'' I remember airline seats had tissue guards on the back of the headrest to absorb the grease from guys hair! Ewww!
Brylcreem #vintage #ad
Remembering Dad: Dick Clark for Brylcream..."Just A Little Dab'll Do Ya!"
Brylcreem Hair Dressing - Featuring Dick Clark - Host of American Bandstand on the ABC-TV Network - Vintage Advertising
vintage pyrex 1947 advertisement
Cooking Taught, Vintage Pyrex, Pyrex Ware, Pyrex Ads, Vintage 1940S, Vintage Ads, Cooking Together, 1940S Advertising, Vintage Style
"When cooking's taught with loving care, the course begins with Pyrex Ware." - vintage ad (mom, daughter, aprons)
vintage pyrex 1947 #Vintage Styles
When cooking's taught with loving care, the course begins with Pyrex Ware. #vintage #1940s #homemaker #mother #Pyrex #ads
Betsy & Joy cooking together Pyrex
VINTAGE ART DECO UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC TOASTER
Vintage Art Deco, Vintage Toaster, Art Nouveau, Vintage Kitchens, Deco Toaster, Deco Kitchens, Art Art Déco, Toaster Vintage, Antiques Electric
Art Deco toaster
Vintage Art Deco Universal Electric toaster ... @Deidré Wallace
Jimmy Stewart for Elgin watches
Ads Pictures, Vintage Watches, 1949 Ads, Elgin Watches, Stewart 1949, 1949 Jimmy, Vintage Elgin, Vintage Ads, James Stewart
Elgin Watches, James Stewart 1949 Ad Picture
1949 Jimmy Stewart for Elgin Watch
Scary Andy Devine! Sugar Pops cereal c. 1956
Vintage Cereal Boxes, Breakfast Cereal, Andy Devine, Sugar Pops, Kellogg Sugar, Vintage Observed, Vintage Ads, Pop Cereal, 50S
#Kelloggs Sugar Pops - Of all the cowboys, they had to pick the one that looks like John Wayne’s mentally challenged, and somewhat gassy, yo...
Andy Devine! Sugar Pops cereal c. 1956 - Sugar Pops, Shot With Sugar! LOL! I remember that from the commercial on TV back in the 50s.
GeekNation | Eat Up! Weird And Creepy Breakfast Cereals
Coke Coca Cola, Vintage Posters, Cola Vintage, Vintage Observed, Vintage Cocacola, Old Ads, Vintage Ads, Things Cocacola, Vintage Coca Cola
A vintage ad
American Vintage Coke Cola Poster | vintage posters + art | 1948 Coca-Cola Vertical Poster from ...
Have a Coke Old ad of Coca-Cola
110 Propagandas Antigas da Coca Cola Comunicadores #affiche #vintage #cocacola #cocavintage #pubs #publicity #oldcoca #sixties #seventies #coke #poster #vintageposter #cokeposter #ads #cokeads #cokehistory
Affiches vintage Coca Cola
’the new skating dance”
Skating Dance, Lady Home Journals, Magazines Vintage, Vintage Lady, 1940S Magazines, February 1915, Figures Skating, Vintage Magazines, Magazines Covers
The Ladies Home Journal ’the new skating dance” February 1915
Figure Skating Art
Vintage Ladies Home Journal ~ February 1915
Art ~ Vintage Magazine Covers ~ Vintage printable
Annette Coloring Book
Books Covers, Colors Colors, Actresses Annette Funicello, Actressannett Funicello, Childhood Memories, Colors Books, Funicello Colors, Colors Faces, Annette Colors
1960 Annette coloring book cover
Walt Disney's Annette Funicello coloring book by Whitman.
Annette colors coloring book
Plastic popcorn decorations
Plastic Popcorn, Childhood Memories, Christmas Decorations, Growing Up, Vintage Shops, Popcorn Rudolph, Popcorn Decorations W, Popcorn Decorations I, Christmas Trees
Plastic popcorn Rudolph. We had one of these, A Christmas Tree, Santa and also a Snowman. Wonder what happened to them...
Plastic popcorn decorations - found reindeer at a vintage shop in town, I HAD to buy it. (Not the one shown)
Plastic popcorn decorations.....We had these when I was growing up!!
Plastic popcorn decorations I had a Christmas tree, reindeer, and candle
Plastic popcorn Rudolph - I loved this! It was my favorite Christmas decoration.
Old Time Candy, 80S, Childhood Memories, Childhood Nostalgia, Memories Lane, Vintage Candy, Kids, Candy Cigarettes, 80 S
Candy Cigarettes in the 80's - every kid had them!
vintage candy - candy cigarettes
Only in the 80s. Remember Candy Cigarettes?? ~D~
They tasted way better back then
Remember, Orange Popsicles, Childhood Memories, Orange Creamsicle, Google Search, Ice Cream Bar, Vintage Signs, Summer Treats, Hot Summer
Creamsicle! Hot summer afternoon, walking home from the swimming pool. Just enough money to get a creamsicle. LOVED them! Wish they still made them.
Ahhh, who doesn't remember these.
Creamsicle. Before they switched from orange sherbert to orange popsicle covered ice cream.
There is something about this ice cream bar that says "coolness" on a hot day....
orange creamsicle vintage button - Google Search
vintage signs - Google Search
a summer treat after walking down to Happy Landings
Popular Billboards in days gone by.
Old Schools, Remember This, Dogs, Lotions, Copperton Baby, Vintage Copperton, Southern California, Childhood Memories, Baby Boomer
so old school
<3 best smelling lotion
I remember this billboard off the freeway in Southern California was there my whole childhood. Sad when they took it down. The dog moved on it too.
Coppertone poster by artist Joyce Ballantyne. The smell of Coppertone evokes wonderful childhood memories of summer holidays.
Vintage Coppertone. I remember a huge animated billboard of Coppertone on Hwy 101 in CA. The dog was pulling down the little girls shorts.
1950's max factor
Sophisti Cat Perfume, Cats, Cat Eyes, Childhood Memories, 70S, Perfume Bottle, Factors Sophisti Cat, 60S, Max Factors
Max Factor Hypnotique Sophisti-Cat Perfume. I loved the pearl necklace and shiny rhinestones in the cat's eyes
1950's max factor perfume bottle display/gift box
Sears was the place to shop...
Back To Schools, 70 Kids Clothing, Childhood Memories, Shops Mall, Memories Lane, Places To Go, Schools Shops, Awesome Stuff, Schools Clothing Shops
Scoring some awesome stuff from vintage Sears!
When shopping at Sears was the IT place to go! Before huge shopping malls and a hundred different stores to choose from.
No mall...Just Sears. School clothes shopping ....
When shopping at Sears was the IT place to go! Back to school shopping, and hiding in the racks of clothes.
~~The first Macy's store in Manhattan -- 204-206 14th street, near 6th Avenue
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New York City, The first Macy's store in Manhattan - 204-206 14th Street, near 6th Avenue
The Bowery Boys: New York City History: PODCAST: Macy's - the Man, the Store, the Parade
October 28, 1858: Founded by Rowland Hussey Macy, the “R.H. Macy & Co.” department store opened on this day at its’ original location on 6th Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets in New York
$11.06. That amount was reportedly what Rowland Hussey Macy earned on the first day his new dry-goods store opened for business in a small building on the corner of Sixth Avenue and Fourteenth Street in 1858.But after that slow start, the R.H. Macy store began grossing tens of thousands of dollars a year. It became a full-fledged department store in 1877 and eventually occupied many storefronts along West 14th Street (like the one in the photo at left).Fourteenth Street was a more upscale shopping district at the end of the 19th century. But even then, department store moguls could see that the future of retail was farther uptown. So in 1902, Macy’s packed it up and relocated to a colossal new store at Herald Square on 34th Street—its current quarters today.
Chicago circa 1908. "Marshall Field & Co. department store, State Street."