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Issued Oct 7, 1952 - 1st patent for barcode

Issued Oct 1952 - patent for barcode

Fearing Polio in 1952.  My Aunt had polio and as a result she had withered legs all her life, but she could walk and became a nurse as a young woman.

Polio Summer

1952 - the biggest Polio epidemic thus far in the US -- 2 of my close friends contracted it that year

Canada Dry Sponsors Terry and The Pirates, circa 1952

Terry and the Pirates for Canada Dry Ginger Ale - Vintage Advertising Poster

The King is Dead: Death of King George VI, February 1952 (Yorkshire Evening Post)

The Death of King George VI, February 1952 (Yorkshire Evening Post) Princess Elizabeth became a Queen

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Tiny Tears, the doll that cries real tears (1952) My first doll.

Tiny Tears, the doll that cries real tears (1952

MY DOLLY & ME~Tiny Tears, the doll that cries real tears I had one too and loved my Tiny Tears doll.

Yes, you read that correctly. Just one thousand, five-hundred and six ORIGINAL miles on this 1952 Chevrolet Deluxe

1952 Chevrolet DeLuxe Styleline - 1,506 ORIGINAL miles on the clock

Yes, you read that correctly. Just one thousand, five-hundred and six ORIGINAL miles on this 1952 Chevrolet Deluxe

George Reeves as CLARK KENT / SUPERMAN (1952)

Clark Kent, the mild mannered reporter with great style and flair, but underneath, he is really a Superman

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