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growing up in the 60's | Pinned by Karen Talento-Gregory

Great 50's tin doll house! I had this same doll house when I was little in the 1960's. I loved it.

Colorforms- dress the girl in the best clothes for the weather!

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Vintage The Colorforms Toy 1950's Magic Plastic Shapes

Had these as a kid in the late 1960's & 1970. When you flew on TWA they would give these to kids to entertain them on the flight.

Colorforms were something that I used to buy my Daughter; and guess what? She was delighted as could be to get something new to play with. Oh, those were the good ol' days!

#Colorforms - always a favorite back in the day! I had a LOT of these sets...

Colorforms!! I played with this Charlie Brown set for hours as a kid.

The drive-in we went to had heaters, too, to keep the crowds coming in chilly weather. The best part, though, was the playground right in front of the movie screen.

Bauer Pottery first started in Louisville, Kentucky, and then moved its entire operation to Los Angeles, California. From the late 1880s to the early 1960s J. A. Bauer Pottery Company created simple, yet beautiful earthenware. After the Depression and inspired by the weather and lifestyle of Southern California, Bauer Pottery introduced new, richly colored pieces, which met with overwhelming success. Bauer closed its doors in 1962 to reopen in 2000 thanks to collector web sites and online…