Air Raid Blackout shades, car light covers
Hoodsie Cup Movie Star Covers
Yo-Yo Demonstrators outside 5 & 10 cent stores
Planters Peanuts Peanut man
Electric rubber tired busses
Vegetable, Fish, Trash, Rag, Scissors, Junk, Garbage, Bread, Insurance, Tinker (man/men) who came in trucks or horse drawn wagons.
Fourteen Cent theater admission
Coca Cola (open the lid) coolers... w/opener on front. (not coin operated)
Key mounted ice and roller skates.... (double runners)
Wool snow suits and wool bathing suits.
Legal cherry bombs, ladyfingers, salutes
Gillette blue blades
Kerosene and wood kitchen stoves
Treadle singer sewing machines
Tojo, Hitler, Mussolini Telephone pole hate posters
Before school busses walking uphill both ways
Eating/chewing tar from the streets
Free range dogs
All Stores closed on Sunday... no Malls
Kate Smith - National Anthem
Stainless Steel Temporary Crowns... (still have 'em 55 years later)
Metal nib pens and inkwells
Fountain Pens (rubber bladder)
Limited number of brand names in everything from clothes to food, to household goods.
Open bin grocery market - rice, flour, beans etc. Nothing frozen.
Penny change inside Cigarette Packages from machines. ie. Lucky Strike two cents back from the quarter machine.
5 Cent Seeburg Juke Box Players at every booth in local soda shop.
Wax Lips and teeth
Scottie Dog Magnets
Ten cent comic books
Penrod, Tom Swift and "Little People Who Became Great" Books.
Old Radio Shows... no TV
Men's Felt Hats
Playing "tops", "horse chestnuts", "stoop tag"
Music Words Sheets
... just for starters...