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My grandma used one of these until almost 1970.  I loved to sit on the cellar steps and watch her run the sudsy clothes through the ringer.

Wringer washer like my mom and grandmas had. I remember when my sister got her arm caught in the roller.

Triciclo, era lo más habitual y afortunado el que lo tenia en los años 80.

remember my four year old brother running away on one of these lol

AM radio

Transister Radio with case . My dad worked for zenith so we were the first in the neighborhood with our own transistor radios and leather cases. I slept with mine up under my pillow every night in the Loved my AM radio!

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***Old Spice Bottles. I will forever associate my father to the smell of Old Spice.

Yellow wall rotary phone. The yellows and greens were really popular in the 70's.... to match the appliances in the kitchen! (SH)

Harvest Gold Wall Phone My parents had one exactly like this in the kitchen as I was growing up.with a really long cord!

This is even before my time. The personal Jukebox player. They had these at every table.

Table Jukebox - You chose the tune and put a coin in to hear it. They were at each table in a restaurant/diner. There used to be a restaurant in simcoe that had these.

Skipper. Barbie's li'l sister.

Barbie's younger sister Skipper was introduced in with three hair colors to choose from. However eventually the Skipper dolls would only be available with blonde hair.

"Automatic" iron ~ love that cord

Vintage General Electric Dry Iron I remember that cord .hey thats our iron

how many remember this

prehistoric googling ~ a time when everybody new the Dewey Decimal system.or use a Librarian to find a book!

Made in Germany 1977 - wow didn't know this was a German thing. I remember my parents and me playing this in the pre-computer games era.

Pong Made in Germany 1977 - ok didn't know this was a German thing. I remember my parents and me playing this in the pre-computer games era.

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