Marathon Candy Bar - 1973
Here's a neat newspaper ad for the beloved Marathon candy bar on December 16, 1973. That's Marathon John throwing down the challenge. I used to love those Marathon bars! Be sure to check out a trio of marvelous Marathon posts going on at CollectingCandy.com. Maximum Marathon Part 1: The Wrappers! Maximum Marathon Part 2: The Commercials! Plus a World Premiere Video! Maximum Marathon Part 3: Original 1970′s TV Prop Marathon Bars Discovered!
vintage childrens book ... HARRY the DIRTY DOG Book
Vintage childrens' books ... HARRY THE DIRTY DOG by Gene Zion and Illustrated by Margaret Bloy Graham - Published by Harper & Row, Publishers, New York - Hardcover in vibrant colour inside and out, copyright 1956, 8" x 11", pages not numbered - in fairly good condition although an e-library and discount priced accordingly for its well loved condition (in great condition would be over $50. value) A delightful vintage children is HIGHLY colectible and bring a high price almost 45 years later…
How Sears made our Christmas AWESOME.
One of my favorite holiday memories was sitting on the floor pouring over the Sears Holiday Wishbook. This was the catalog to end all catalogs. Every fall we would wait in giddy anticipation for this giant tome to arrive in the mail. Nearly two and a half inches thick, every page was crammed full of […]
Fisher Price toy ad from 1974
We came across this advertisement in a September 1974 issue of Better Homes and Gardens. Not only would our boys love to play with it, I loved what the ad declared.
1970s Toys: What Toys Were Popular in the 1970s?
What toys did kids play with in the '70s? Research 1970s toys with our timeline and 200+ pictures of the most popular toys in the seventies.
15 Things Every 70s Mom Packed in Your Lunch
70s moms weren't worried about baking kale chips or if our food was gluten free. Here are 15 things every 70s mom packed in your lunch!
Look back at these vintage Fisher-Price Little People play sets & remember the good ol' days
Fisher-Price debuted the Little People -- originally known as the "Play Family" -- in late 1965. At the time, the little dolls were made of hardwood, and had plastic hair and accessories (like the hats