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single-column adding machine,1902, England

The Remington Rand Calculator model was common in the early fifties (advertised as “Weapon Against Time”

Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera $18

Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera

Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera - I photographed Europe in with this.

My grandparents had something similar

I'm pretty sure my grandma and grandpa had this exact stereo system with the TV inserted into it as well. This is what a stereo system looked like when I was a kid.it was a piece of FURNITURE.

Smith-Corona 1950

Can you imagine working in today's fast-paced society with an office typewriter instead of modern-day computers or tablet devices? Back in the office typewriters seemed to be the perfect gift and the "world's fastest portables.

50 and 60

I would pass time looking at different photo's with our View Master. I still has my View Master with some reels & it looks a lot like this one.

The original "American Idol".  Notables discovered were Gladys Knight, Pat Boone and Ann-Margaret.

TV’s first “American Idol”

The original "American Idol". Notables discovered were Gladys Knight, Pat Boone and Ann-Margaret.

I'm putting this under gifts as a gift for myself. Awesome that this is only $25 and in working condition. A nice add for my camera collection.

Vintage Camera, Vintage Kodak Brownie Camera, 1950s Brownie Camera

My first camera! A Kodak 127 Box Brownie. A hand-me-down from Grandad C.

tube tester

Old tv tube tester. I remember going to the hardware store with my dad to test our tv tubes!

My grandmother had a little Kodak Brownie like this one

Kodak Brownie Flash III (Photo by Henrietta Hassinen)

This is Yoo-Hoo a chocolate drink, not to be confused by certain people with Yahoo, an interest search engine.

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