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Big Eyed Girl and Boy

Keane big-eyed mod kids - we had this hanging in the play area of our basement forever

Big wheel

Bigwheel, one of my fav toys as a kid. My Mom cut the noise things off of the wheels.

Instamatic camera with Big old flash cube.

Kodak Instamatic Camera with GE Flashcube. This was a major innovation in its time. I just remember burning my fingers when I changed the flashcube.

Biggest problem indeed... =)   #memories #childhood

Remember when this was the biggest problem you encountered all day? But we figured it out. Walked to the side pulled the swing away from the puddle and jumped on it. Getting off with dry feet was the next problem. But we didn't care.

Lee Big Eyed Children. These prints were everywhere!

Lee (XX Century, American)

Mod Kids - Lee - Big Eyed Art - My aunts had this in their room! I thought it was soooo cool!

The Card Catalog-everybody knew how to alphabetize in the old days!

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

Kids these days will never know what we went through! Come share the memories with us at -> @[143918405676531:274:Dusty Old Thing]

changing channels--oh, so true!we only had 3 channels. plus had to get up to change channels. plus only black and white tv

Jiffy Pop ~ "the magic treat as much fun to make as it is to eat! "     :)

Jiffy Pop is a popcorn brand of ConAgra Foods. The product combines unpopped popcorn kernels and oil with an aluminum pan and folded aluminum foil lid. As the pan is heated, the popping corn causes the foil to unfold and puff up. Jiffy in the name referen

For more than eight decades, Gerber baby food has featured the same child’s face on all of its products. Ann Turner Cook, now 85, became the first Gerber model in 1928.

Dorothy Hope Smith (1895 – 1955)

Gerber Baby -weren't we all Gerber Babies? :-) The original Gerber baby, who's now It was 1927 when Ann Turner Cook was painted by an artist for the Gerber campaign

I loved it when Mom let me stick papers together with this glue!!

Remember this glue in elementary school? So messy.I preferred the Elmer's White Paste with the little brush in the top of the lid