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Hollywood Sani-White Shoe Polish (1966)  I used to shoe polish my oldest son's white shoes ... back in 1974, the doctors told us to have them wear those shoes until 2 years old.

Hollywood Sani-White Shoe Polish It was my job to polish my siblings' shoes every Saturday night so they'd look sharp for Mass the next day

Yes in elementary school in the '70's we wore dresses. In hind sight we should have had shorts on under them cause we still played and slid down the slide

I loved my plaid dresses as a kid. I went to a school where all the girls wore dresses to school. We could wear pants under our dresses on gym days and winter days, but we had to take them off once gym class was over or we got to school.

A clever little gadget, used to draw music lines on a blackboard with pieces of chalk.

Chalk holder for making lines or staffs. Teacher had this up by the chalk board to draw lines for writing

Vintage Barbie trunk of blue vinyl measures 10 1/2" by 13" tall by 7" deep, its in good, not excellent condition, as shown. I love the graphics on the front, showing Barbie and Ken going out to a fanc                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Vintage Barbie trunk of blue vinyl measures 10 by tall by deep, its in good, not excellent condition, as shown. I love the graphics on the front, showing Barbie and Ken going out to a fanc

Haven't seen these in ages...

I sooo remember this hanging on the clothes line, holding the clothes pins. This bag hung on the line your were on and could be slid along with you. It held much more than the clothes pin aprons did.

1970s' Kantwet baby playpen

Jamie Says: I don't know if that (Vintage kantwet playpen) was the brand my family had, but I remember playing in one like the one pictured when I was itty bitty. I also remember surprising my mother by climbing out of it.

Remember when it took a key to open?

"Crisco Shortening" Tin Can With Key And Paper Label.used Crisco Shortening in many recipes at the time.

It would get so packed with ice that nothing would fit

ice cube trays in the tiny freezer at the top of the refrigerator. I remember the time I was trying to defrost it and ran a screw driver through it!

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