Explore Tv Trays, Tv Dinner Trays, and more!

in tin trays ... no microwaves back then! I liked the salisbury steak.

I remember Swanson TV dinners in tin trays. We considered these dinners as a treat and only ate them when my father was away. I thought the peas were quite tasty and much better than canned.

I loved this!  It had a pump so you could make lots of bubbles, and this teeny little pink plastic bar of soap.

Barbie Beauty Bath, this was my favorite Barbie toy, even though my fingers would hurt from trying to pump the bubbles!

good old time!!

Table Jukebox - You chose the tune and put a coin in to hear it. They were at each table in a restaurant/diner. There used to be a restaurant in simcoe that had these.

TV dinner

Banquet or Swanson TV dinners~my mom always made these for us when we were kids~And her favorite was this one right here~Fried chicken & mashed potatoes~

I loved this.

I loved having a tape recorder. Yes I remember this. Now tape recorders are digital. Not cassette tape needed.

Television Tubes

Tubes for radio and TV. I remember going with my dad to the drugstore where he would test tubes from our TV on the tube testing machine.

Haven't seen these in ages...

I sooo remember this hanging on the clothes line, holding the clothes pins. This bag hung on the line your were on and could be slid along with you. It held much more than the clothes pin aprons did.

Gasoline prices

I can remember it being lower than that during "gas wars" when I was a little girl. Particularly, one Friday night on AIA during the gas wars, I remember my dad paying 25 cents a gallon (and that was 'high' I think it was the early

Woolworths...One of Grandma's favorite places to take us for lunch downtown.

Woolworth's, and most drug stores had lunch counters, or at least soda fountains. I remember eating at both the Woolworth's and McCrory's lunch counters with my Grnadma.

These postage stamp vending machines were everywhere: drug stores, groceries, gas stations, motel lobbies (next to the post card rack)

Vintage U. Postage Stamp Vending Machine by Christian Montone.wow I remember these


Loved their Bob's Big Boy Hamburger, French fries dipped in their Roquefort Dressing and a Coke.

The original TV dinner

The original TV dinner. As kids, we got these as a treat on a TV tray when The Wizard of Oz was on TV once a year.

Swanson Frozen TV Dinner

TV dinners - turkey, fried chicken, and salisbury steak. The aluminum tray made your food taste like metal. These were such a treat! My brother and I loved them!