c. 1950s: Rock ‘n’ Roll sur les Quais de Paris ~ Paul Almasy, AKG Images.

Paul Almasy I love this bridge! The first time I was in Paris, I took a picture of it since my maiden name starts with "N." Love the picture! Rock’n’Roll sur les Quais de Paris, 1955

these things have been around for a long time....too bad they don't taste the same

Oh-oh Oreo! The world's favourite snack celebrates 100th birthday as it is ranked best-selling cookie of 21st Century

Battersea, London in the 1950's. (I wasn't around in the 1950's, but I can remember walking along the wall, holding Mummy's hand on the way home from the shops)

England's Lane by Joseph Connolly – review

England: walking tall in Battersea (I remember walls/fences like this - but in Ruislip, Middlesex)

Children watching mom and daddy dancing - 1950s.

Children watching mom and dad dancing photographer Susan Szasz - dancing in the kitchen! Aww this is so beautiful and so important! I remember lovingly watching my parents dance in the kitchen

Circus Clown having a smoke break, 1958

I have a postcard of this image that reads: "Jimmy Armstrong The Clown, Clyde Beatty Circus, This photograph is by Bruce Davidson. However, on the Metropolitan Museum of Art website Davidson's photograph is labeled, "Clown and Circus Tent.