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The radio was so important. We were listening attentively for THAT song to come back, so we could record it on tape.

Vintage Radio Cassette Tape Stock Photo, Picture And Royalty Free .

Phyllis Diller used this gag file throughout her career to organize and store her jokes. The drawers are filed into categories based on the subject of the jokes inside.

Diller's Gag File has forty-eight file drawers containing more than index cards, each bearing a typewritten joke that was used in her act.

Only True 90s Kids Will Understand

Things that kids realize. Seriously so true, this is my childhood. OMG I remember every one of these

US disc jockey and voice actor,  Casey Kasem turns 82 today. He was born 4-27 in 1932. If you never had Casey as a local market DJ like I did, you knew him best for his his American Top 40 long running syndicated radio shows. He also hosted a successful dance TV show in the 60s, Shebang and was a voice actor (Scoby-Doo and others).

Casey Kasem - Known best for his his American Top 40 long running syndicated radio shows. He also hosted a successful dance TV show in the Shebang and was a voice actor (Scoby-Doo and others).

Morse Telegraph -Samuel Morse unveiled this prototype at an 1837 exhibition. Seven years later, the first telegraph line—linking Washington, D.C. and Baltimore—became operational, and within 20 years wires criss-crossed the country. The invention led to the North’s victory in the Civil War, says historian Tom Wheeler: “Lincoln used the telegraph to put starch in the spine of his often all- too-timid generals and to propel his leadership vision to the front.

101 Objects that Made America: America in the World

Morse Telegraph -Samuel Morse unveiled this prototype at an 1837 exhibition. Seven years later, the first telegraph line—linking Washington, D.C. and Baltimore—became operational, and within 20 years wires criss-crossed the country. The invention led to the North’s victory in the Civil War, says historian Tom Wheeler: “Lincoln used the telegraph to put starch in the spine of his often all- too-timid generals and to propel his leadership vision to the front.

General Trains | Vectis Toy Auctions

Viewing for Thornaby auctions is - on the day of the sale.

I donated my overhead projector to a church a year or so ago, and I ended up having to borrow one last year just to complete a project!

After all this time… NOSTALGIA (28 photos)

The classroom overhead projector. Some of these were still in use last school year when I retired from the teaching profession. I had only had mine out of the classroom for a year, when I went exclusively with the smartboard and the E.

Never forget the dead pixels of early childhood

Never forget the dead pixels of early childhood

Early Childhood, Never Forget, Never Forgotten, The O'jays, The Dead, Baby, Sports Food, Funny Pics, Nostalgia

diet candy from 70 s called Ayds  My mom had these.  I can remember sneaking in the cabinet and eating them.  : )

AYDS: appetite-suppressant candy (popular in the and my mother took these and hid them in her dresser drawer so we wouldn't eat them

Vintage and retro home appliances gallery - Kitchen

Would quintessentially vintage range cooker look perfect in your kitchen? We've put together a guide for how to find the best range cooker for you.

Old school tune box...   Hehe

You were a kid in the if you would just listen to the radio all day long just to record your favorite song of all time on a tape. (This is so true!) So true.and I was a kid of the Nothing better than the mixed tape.

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Motorola RAZR Unlocked Phone with Camera and Video Player–U. Version with Warranty (Pink) – For Sale