mabailey99
my favorite stuff..... copied from other people's stuff.......
mabailey99
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gameraboy:

Howdy partner! Let’s take a ride on the Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland today! As an added bonus, listen to the entire ride audio as well! More vintage Disney.
gameraboy:

Howdy partner! Let’s take a ride on the Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland today! As an added bonus, listen to the entire ride audio as well! More vintage Disney.
gameraboy:

Howdy partner! Let’s take a ride on the Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland today! As an added bonus, listen to the entire ride audio as well! More vintage Disney.
gameraboy:

Howdy partner! Let’s take a ride on the Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland today! As an added bonus, listen to the entire ride audio as well! More vintage Disney.
gameraboy:

Howdy partner! Let’s take a ride on the Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland today! As an added bonus, listen to the entire ride audio as well! More vintage Disney.
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notpulpcovers:

#LikeABoss
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mellomymind:

Happy birthday, Dolly!
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twoseparatecoursesmeet:

The Matterhorn and the Monorail, Disneyland.
Bruce Thomas, 1963
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vintagebrides:

Rita Wilson wed Tom Hanks in 1988.  Bucking Hollywood convention, the couple remain happily married today. 
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rscottwallis:

I’m not generally thrilled with messing with the original…or colorization of anything…but the new process looks really good and I’m looking forward to the “I Love Lucy” Christmas episode tonight at 8pm on CBS.
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mothgirlwings:

Jerry has fun on “The Night Before Christmas" (1941) 
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vintagebreeze:

The real Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin, ca. 1927.
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mn70s:

Screen Shot of Early-Generation “Oregon Trail”
Don Rawitsch, a student teacher in North Minneapolis, was struggling to find a way to make the concept of westward expansion interesting to the kids in his history class. Then he hit on a radical idea: why not create a computer game in which the students could assume the role of a wagon leader guiding a party of settlers through the American West? (Remember, this was way back when computers were the size of Ford Pintos.) With help from a pair of fellow Carleton College students, he developed a game called “Oregon Trail,” and on December 3, 1971, he introduced it to his class. It was an instant hit. A couple years later, Rawitsch took a job with Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium (MECC), a state-funded developer of educational software. He uploaded “Oregon Trail” to MECC’s time-sharing network, and the game won a slew of new fans. When MECC made the jump to Apple II computers in 1978, “Oregon Trail” migrated to the new platform. It soon established itself as the premiere educational computer game, played by millions of kids worldwide.
More at Minnesota in the 70s
Image via ENGL 278W
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life:

JFK with his daughter Caroline in 1958. See classic photos of Kennedy, from father and husband to the most powerful man on the earth.
(Photo: Ed Clark—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
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20th-century-man:

The Beatles / "The Night Before" / Richard Lester’s Help! (1965)
20th-century-man:

The Beatles / "The Night Before" / Richard Lester’s Help! (1965)
20th-century-man:

The Beatles / "The Night Before" / Richard Lester’s Help! (1965)
20th-century-man:

The Beatles / "The Night Before" / Richard Lester’s Help! (1965)