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LOS ANGELES 1961: Here's a beauty from Chinatown in 1961. From the caption (courtesy the FB group VINTAGE LOS ANGELES): "Looking at Chinatown in March, 1961. At this time it was often referred to as “New Chinatown”. The original L.A. Chinatown area was razed for Union Station and New Chinatown was developed in its nearby current location."

LOS ANGELES 1961: Here's a beauty from Chinatown in 1961. From the caption (courtesy the FB group VINTAGE LOS ANGELES): "Looking at Chinatown in March, 1961. At this time it was often referred to as “New Chinatown”. The original L.A. Chinatown area was razed for Union Station and New Chinatown was developed in its nearby current location."

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Presidential Inauguration, Campain Posters, Pennsylvania, Genealogy, Flags, Ribbon, Husband, Politics, Band

This is the third part of our – 20 Fabulous Ads From The Golden Era and we have gathered some very cool old advertisements that I’m sure you’re going to

TV GUIDE COVERS OF 1961: This September 1961 TV guide cover spotlights Dwayne Hickman and Bob Denver in the youth-oriented beatnik TV show The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. The series ran on CBS from 1959 to 1963.

TV GUIDE COVERS OF This September 1961 TV guide cover spotlights Dwayne Hickman and Bob Denver in the youth-oriented beatnik TV show The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. The series ran on CBS from 1959 to

This robot commando commercial from Ideal (1961) is almost a stereotype commercial of the times. Plus I love anything about giant robots.

This robot commando commercial from Ideal is almost a stereotype commercial of the times. Plus I love anything about giant robots.

Pamela S Thibodeaux ~ Inspirational With An Edge!: #ThursdayThoughts: Guest Post by Alicia Dean

New Release– End of Lonely Street by Alicia Dean – Plus an Awesome Giveaway!

POW's return home from vietnam.

One of the most famous photos from the Vietnam War era was taken on March 1973 at Travis Air Force Base in California by Sal Vedar.

Benches lined with people reading newspapers with headlines of the D-Day  invasion; in Pershing Square Park, Los Angeles, California.  (As a side note look at the sign in the lower corner, the path is for women and children and women with escorts)

A journalist's dream: Benches lined with people reading newspapers with headlines of the D-Day invasion; in Pershing Square Park, Los Angeles, California.

1961 Traditional Christmas Call Gifts By Avon Make Up Perfume Cosmetics Ad

1961 Traditional Christmas Call Gifts By Avon Make Up Perfume Cosmetics Ad

xoxo Festive Christmas and Holiday Vintages week xoxo (Page - Vintages - Fragrantica Club - Perfume Lovers Online Club

MAKE MINE TRANSISTOR!: In 1961, electronics companies were really pushing transistor radios on the American public. The Sony Corporation, in particular, frequently extolled the virtues of transistor radio listening. This nifty ad appeared in the pages of EBONY magazine in 1961. Transistor radio technology was still relatively new, and people loved the notion of not having to carry around a big, bulky tabletop radio. Believe it or not, they were the iPods of their day!

MAKE MINE TRANSISTOR!: In 1961, electronics companies were really pushing transistor radios on the American public. The Sony Corporation, in particular, frequently extolled the virtues of transistor radio listening. This nifty ad appeared in the pages of EBONY magazine in 1961. Transistor radio technology was still relatively new, and people loved the notion of not having to carry around a big, bulky tabletop radio. Believe it or not, they were the iPods of their day!

Sidney Poitier and Diahann Carroll in Paris Blues. #amazingfilm #loveaffair #legendarycinema

Another splendid shot from the making of Martin Ritt's PARIS BLUES this one of Sidney Poitier and Diahann Carroll out for a walk. They, too, made a lovely couple, and the Paris backdrop only heightens the sense of romance.

Wichita, Kansas--- We so enjoy an evening with the family at the Drive Inn -- A MUST

Meadow Lark Drive In Theatre (Wichita, KS). Wichita still has a drive-in theater with two screens at opposite ends of the property.

50 Years Ago: The World in 1961 - The Atlantic

50 Years Ago: The World in 1961 - The Atlantic

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