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Who could forget pressing their nose against the glass of the candy counter in anticipation of this chewy peanut butter and molasses taffy-like candy?

Who could forget pressing their nose against the glass of the candy counter in anticipation of this chewy peanut butter and molasses taffy-like candy.

I remember these.......

Vintage Christmas Stencils - you dipped the sponge in "Glass Wax" window cleaner and dabbed it on the glass. After the holiday you just wet the windows and polished it off. See how EXCITED she is!

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.

Weekly Reader - current events all through grade school. My favorite thing about elementary school!

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Pin Curl Clips-remember many of nights asking my mom to put my hair in "pin curls".

Good and Plenty & Good 'n Fruity candy boxes by grickily, via Flickr          good n plenty and good n fruity, good n plenty, of course is still around today

Good & Plenty Licorice candy - Once upon a time there was an engineer Choo Choo Charlie was his name, we hear. He had an engine and he sure had fun He used Good & Plenty candy to make his train run.

I remember these casserole dishes. My mom had these and I got the teapot. Still have it.

Corningware Cornflower casseroles and teapot. My sister-in-law still loves this corningware!

Lincoln Logs - I mean what would a cabin be without a display of the toy that had me building cabins in the first place!

The Original Lincoln Logs - Set They stored in a metal and cardboard canister. My older played with these in the mid to later His can of logs looked exactly like this!

Nabisco National Biscuit Co Brown Edge Wafers Cookie Box! -- anyone else remember these?!

Image 1 Vintage Nabisco National Biscuit Co Brown Edge Wafers Cookie Box!

Amazing....the mascara was in 'cake' form...they rubbed the taut brush through the cake, dipped the brush in some water & wa la....!!

Maybelline Cake Mascara -- Omg nearly forgot about this stuff. Wet the brush, run it over the cake of mascara.if you weren't around any water.we'd spit on the brush.

A true American Classic, Necco® Wafers have long been a signature item in old country stores. These candies come in an assortment of flavors - lemon, orange, lime, clove, cinnamon, wintergreen, licorice, and chocolate. Reminiscent of days gone by, Necco® Wafers are tasty, fun, and fat free!

The Necco reg; Wafer roll is a true American classic that has long been a signature item in old country stores. Reminiscent of days gone by, order yours today.

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Pamela Hargrove saved to me my childhood memories Vintage Reliance Products Yellow Duck Protect-O Cloth Diaper Pins

Vintage 1950s - 1960s Playskool Postal Station Toy Mailbox with Blocks

Vintage Red White and Blue PLAYSKOOL Postal Station Toy Mailbox and Blocks made in the late s and the s The mail box is made of painted wood and masonite

This Is What Prices Looked Like In The Massive Inflation Brought To By The Federal Reserve Banking System Thank You Federal Reserve For Making Us Poorer

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