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Charm bracelets were the rave!  And as far as I concerned they still are.

My Mom gave me a silver charm bracelet when I became a teenager, than every year for my birthday and Christmas she gave me another charm. I still have it and it brings a smile to my face after all these years.

"The Indian-head test pattern was introduced in 1939 by RCA. It became familiar to the large Post–World War II TV audiences in America from 1947 onwards; it would often follow the formal television station sign-off after the United States national anthem."

TV test pattern at the end of the broadcast day - no all night tv in those days. I remember this SO WELL!

45 rpm Spindle Inserts. Not being able to find one, grrr.

And you couldn't play your 45 rpm records without those little yellow plastic inserts. My kids wouldn't know what these are. or a 45 for that matter.

push/pull merry go round - loved this playground ride - man, this thing would make you SICK!!

My childhood neighbor had one push/pull merry go round - loved this playground ride - man, this thing would make you SICK!

I remember the hundreds of Kodachrome color slides Dad had of the family and places we visited.

remember these? We used to have movie night, growing up, and my Dad would set up the screen and projector and we'd sit for hours watching old pics!

teachers used to have to pull maps down from the chalkboard

I love maps and always have! I'd have a roomful of maps on the walls if I had the room for it! Old school maps the teacher pulled down in front of the blackboard

Pretty Sure mine looked like the one from Toy Story!

Do you remember the View Master? We do! Love the View Master, Mom still has one at home.