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šŸ¤” 1923-1973 Do You Remember...

šŸ‘Tell us about YOUR "good old days"......

 

BORN: Age 50 - 1973, Age 60 - 1963, Age 70 - 1953, Age 80 - 1943, Age 90 - 1933, Age 100 - 1923.

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Getting four photos before you had to change the flash cube was nice!

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Antique Wringer Washing Machine with White Linen Cloth stock photo...

 

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Kind of related to the washer above, Grandma used a mangle iron, similar to this photo, to iron sheets and pillowcases.

 

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I can see why they called this a mangle as it certainly could do just that...

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Hi @DaveMcK

Wow,....this was a deluxe model compared to my 1st one...

it only had AM...& no fancy-pants leather case...LOL!šŸ˜Š

 

Anyway... Take care!

šŸšŸ‚  ā˜®ļø šŸšŸ‚ ~Allen šŸšŸ‚ šŸŒˆ šŸšŸ‚

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You could still get this as a Factory option in Vehicles (GM at least) up to as late as 1984. 

 

I had a copy of Brian Auger's Oblivion Express... "Closer to it!" I had saved for nostalgic sake, not sure what happened to it though.  This tape loop concept was a great idea, though didn't wear well.   

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Tape deck

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Tape deck

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Ice chest?

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I haven't used them, but I think you might use a pair to move a block of ice into the ice box you posted above.

 

I'm not 100% certain about the hooks, but my wife's Grandfather was the ice man who delivered ice to the homes. He is long gone, but everyone in the family has an ice pick lying around. He must have given them away.

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Boot hooks?

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Remember trying to get under one of these for air raid  drills?

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I still have two of these that I use now and them..One acturally chewed up my table from attaching it to it...

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Meat grinder

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I still use mine

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What is it? A Medieval Torture DevicešŸ’šŸµ šŸ™ˆšŸ™‰šŸ™Š 

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I got my tie caught in one once.

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Do you remember this kitchen table? 

My folks had one in the 1950's. 

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Left one on these (in yellow yellow) in my grandmothers basement in 2005.  Was in fairly pristine condition, though even the consignment shops didn't want it at the time.   

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Reminds me of the formica tabletops at Jackieā€™s cafe when I was in high school

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