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The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (in 'TV / Radio' gallery)
It's About Time (in 'TV / Radio' gallery)
Trading stamps (in 'Bygone Icons' gallery)
Apartment building antenna forests (in 'Bygone Icons' gallery)
Bus 'stop' cords (in 'Transportation' gallery)
Allied Radio (in 'Companies & Agencies' gallery)
Amateur (ham) radio (in 'Close, But No Cigar' gallery)
Butch Wax (in 'Fashion & Fads' gallery)
Citizens Band (CB) radio (in 'Close, But No Cigar' gallery)
Jack Webb (in 'Actors and Entertainers' gallery)
Jonny Quest (in 'Cartoons, Comics & Animation' gallery)
Fan-fold computer printouts (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
First home video tape recorder (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
Rotary phones, alpha prefixes... (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
Funny Face drink mix (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Easy Bake Oven (in 'Toys & Games' gallery)
Eating paste (in 'Workplace & School' gallery)
TV's Batmobile (1966) (in 'Classic Cars' gallery)
Popeye (in 'Cartoons, Comics & Animation' gallery)
Adam-12 (in 'TV / Radio' gallery)
Speedy Alka-Seltzer (in 'TV/Radio Commercials' gallery)
Political Correctness (in 'Life Before...' gallery)
the Automated Teller Machine (ATM) (in 'Life Before...' gallery)
There was no Designated Hitter (in 'Baseball' gallery)
Everyone picked up hitchhikers (in 'Transportation' gallery)
Funny Face drink mix (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Pull-tab (as opposed to pop-top) cans (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Many, many newspapers (in 'Print Media and Ads' gallery)
The VW Beetle (in 'Classic Cars' gallery)
Drafting tables (in 'Workplace & School' gallery)
Public pay phones (in 'Close, But No Cigar' gallery)
Telephone books and Yellow Pages (in 'Close, But No Cigar' gallery)
Montgomery Ward (in 'Companies & Agencies' gallery)
Eating paste (in 'Workplace & School' gallery)
Allied Radio (in 'Companies & Agencies' gallery)
Trading stamps (in 'Bygone Icons' gallery)
Farrell's ice cream parlors (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
BASIC programming language (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
Bill Cosby is a Very Funny Fellow ... Right! (in 'Humor' gallery)
Bromo Seltzer (in 'Household Items' gallery)
Vac-U-Form (in 'Toys & Games' gallery)
Colorforms (in 'Toys & Games' gallery)
First home video tape recorder (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
Picturephone (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
Montgomery Ward (in 'Companies & Agencies' gallery)
Western Electric (in 'Companies & Agencies' gallery)
Rotary phones, alpha prefixes... (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
Asbestos duct insulation (in 'Life' gallery)
They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! (in 'Novelty Records' gallery)
Clutch Cargo (in 'Cartoons, Comics & Animation' gallery)
Fudgsicle (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Falstaff, Rheingold, and Knickerbocker beers (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Falstaff, Rheingold, and Knickerbocker beers (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
1955 Lincoln Futura concept car (in 'Classic Cars' gallery)
Sony Walkman (in 'Home Entertainment' gallery)
Etch-A-Sketch (in 'Toys & Games' gallery)
Console TVs (in 'Home Entertainment' gallery)
Rotary phones, alpha prefixes... (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
2-prong ungrounded AC outlets (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
The Apollo space program (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
Hollerith ('IBM') punch cards (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
First pocket-sized transistor radio (in 'Home Entertainment' gallery)
Viewmaster stereo viewers (in 'Home Entertainment' gallery)
Chrome and Formica kitchen furniture (in 'Household Items' gallery)
Clear plastic slipcovers (in 'Household Items' gallery)
TV tray tables (in 'Household Items' gallery)
Falstaff, Rheingold, and Knickerbocker beers (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Red Buttons (in 'Humor' gallery)
E.G. Marshall (in 'Actors and Entertainers' gallery)
Johnny Carson (in 'Actors and Entertainers' gallery)
The classic '60s lunch counter (in 'Bygone Icons' gallery)
Dippity-do styling gel (in 'Fashion & Fads' gallery)
Flips (in 'Fashion & Fads' gallery)
"Dick and Jane" readers (in 'Workplace & School' gallery)
Ditto copying machines (in 'Workplace & School' gallery)
Metal lunch boxes (in 'Workplace & School' gallery)
Angela Lansbury (in 'Actors and Entertainers' gallery)
Burl Ives (in 'Actors and Entertainers' gallery)
Totie Fields (in 'Humor' gallery)
Cathode ray tubes (CRT) (in 'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery)
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) (in 'Movies of the '70s' gallery)
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963) (in 'Movies of the '60s' gallery)
The Sound of Music (1965) (in 'Movies of the '60s' gallery)
Car 54, Where Are You? (in 'TV / Radio' gallery)
Incandescent light bulbs (in 'Close, But No Cigar' gallery)
Public pay phones (in 'Close, But No Cigar' gallery)
Trading stamps (in 'Bygone Icons' gallery)
Anthony Newley (in 'Actors and Entertainers' gallery)
Steve Allen (in 'Actors and Entertainers' gallery)
Fuzzy toilet seat & tank covers (in 'Household Items' gallery)
24/7 television (in 'Life Before...' gallery)
the Video Cassette Recorder (in 'Life Before...' gallery)
Granny Goose potato chips (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Necco Wafers (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Pop Rocks (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Screaming Yellow Zonkers (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Console TVs (in 'Home Entertainment' gallery)
Afro hairstyle (in 'Fashion & Fads' gallery)
IBM Selectric typewriter (in 'Workplace & School' gallery)
Allan Sherman (in 'Humor' gallery)
Tim Conway (in 'Humor' gallery)
1966 Oldsmobile Toronado (in 'Classic Cars' gallery)
New York subway tokens (in 'Transportation' gallery)
Schwinn Stingray (in 'Sports & Recreation' gallery)
15-cent McDonalds burgers (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Bell bottom jeans (in 'Fashion & Fads' gallery)
Bash! (in 'Toys & Games' gallery)
Rocky and Bullwinkle (in 'Cartoons, Comics & Animation' gallery)
Honey West (in 'TV / Radio' gallery)
American Bandstand (in 'TV / Radio' gallery)
Citizens Band (CB) radio (in 'Close, But No Cigar' gallery)
Arnold Stang (in 'Actors and Entertainers' gallery)
Citizens Band (CB) radio (in 'Close, But No Cigar' gallery)
Console TVs (in 'Home Entertainment' gallery)
all gas stations had mini-marts (in 'Life Before...' gallery)
the audio tape cassette (in 'Life Before...' gallery)
the cell phone (in 'Life Before...' gallery)
Apollo 11 Moon landing (in 'Issues and Events' gallery)
Zip guns (in 'Issues and Events' gallery)
Burning leaves in your yard was okay (in 'Life' gallery)
Campfire Girls (in 'Life' gallery)
Spanking was okay (in 'Life' gallery)
Long-distance (toll) telephone calls were expensive (in 'Life' gallery)
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963) (in 'Movies of the '60s' gallery)
Cleopatra (1963) (in 'Movies of the '60s' gallery)
The classic '60s lunch counter (in 'Bygone Icons' gallery)
TEAM Flakes (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! (in 'Novelty Records' gallery)
Horn & Hardart Automats (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
MSG (monosodium glutamate) (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Soda pop machines that dispensed glass bottles (in 'Food, Candy, Drinks' gallery)
Planet of the Apes (1968) (in 'Movies of the '60s' gallery)
Nehru jackets (in 'Fashion & Fads' gallery)
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (1978) (in 'Movies of the '70s' gallery)
Gumby (in 'Cartoons, Comics & Animation' gallery)

'Humor' gallery (general comment)
'Movies of the '70s' gallery (general comment)
'Music' gallery (general comment)
'Novelty Records' gallery (general comment)
'Home Entertainment' gallery (general comment)
'Science, Technology & Medicine' gallery (general comment)
'Workplace & School' gallery (general comment)
'Toys & Games' gallery (general comment)
'Movies of the '70s' gallery (general comment)
'TV/Radio Commercials' gallery (general comment)
'Currency & Stamps' gallery (general comment)
'TV / Radio' gallery (general comment)




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