The original 1959 Barbie Doll, Barbara Millicent Roberts, from Eve Out of The Garden : How the German Barbie Lilli became America's Fashion Barbie:

What Makes Barbie Dolls So Iconic

The original 1959 Barbie Doll, Barbara Millicent Roberts, from Eve Out of The Garden : How the German Barbie Lilli became America's Fashion Barbie:

Play-Doh: Did you know that this was originally invented in the 1930′s as a wallpaper cleaner? It didn’t become an official kids’ toy until 1958. Can you imagine all of the annoyed moms searching in vain for their wallpaper cleaner blob, only to find it being molded into a dog by little Eddie? No, me neither. To date, 700 million pounds, or 2 billion cans of Play-doh have been sold.

Play-Doh: Did you know that this was originally invented in the 1930′s as a wallpaper cleaner? It didn’t become an official kids’ toy until 1958. Can you imagine all of the annoyed moms searching in vain for their wallpaper cleaner blob, only to find it being molded into a dog by little Eddie? No, me neither. To date, 700 million pounds, or 2 billion cans of Play-doh have been sold.

Favorite Toys Of The 1950S | Toy Cooking Set Vintage French 1950s by LaManche

Toy Cooking Set - Vintage French 1950s

Favorite Toys Of The 1950S | Toy Cooking Set Vintage French 1950s by LaManche

1950's toys and games | Retro Vintage 1950s Childrens Tiddley Winks Game

1950's toys and games | Retro Vintage 1950s Childrens Tiddley Winks Game

Muffin the Mule, Moko, 1950s Museum Muffin the Mule was the first great star of children's television in Britain. He made his television debut as a puppet in October 1946 with Annette Mills. No one is really sure about his origins but it seems he had been on the workshop shelves of the Hogarth Puppet Circus - See more at: http://www.museumofchildhood.org.uk/collections/puppets-and-toy-theatres/muffin-the-mule#sthash

Muffin the Mule, Moko, 1950s Museum Muffin the Mule was the first great star of children's television in Britain. He made his television debut as a puppet in October 1946 with Annette Mills. No one is really sure about his origins but it seems he had been on the workshop shelves of the Hogarth Puppet Circus - See more at: http://www.museumofchildhood.org.uk/collections/puppets-and-toy-theatres/muffin-the-mule#sthash

1950's toys and games | Tracy's Toys (and Some Other Stuff): January 2012

1950's toys and games | Tracy's Toys (and Some Other Stuff): January 2012

I loved this cartoon!  I used to watch it at my Grandma's when I was little

I loved this cartoon! I used to watch it at my Grandma's when I was little

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