vintage typewriterThanks to everyone who uploaded photos of their recent vintage finds and home project while our uploader was on all Memorial Day weekend. Above: Reader Bette Jean made us super-smile and wrote about her finds: “Cobra phone purchased on-line from company that furnished telephones to Mad Men. It works.” Click on through to see all 240 photos…  

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  1. lynda says:

    And…I knew lots that got the Madeira Franciscan for wedding gifts. I also know those that inherited the Apple or Desert Rose patterns from their moms. I do have a dish problem. I still love the Floral pattern, just too lazy to use them lately. There are so many patterns I love! I use mostly Vietri and Skyros these days.

  2. Carol says:

    I would love to see the whole house where the Magnavox stereo cabinet lives. The house with the white painted interior brick walls and amazing cabinetry around the corner. Ooooh, please do share more with us. My eyeballs are indeed greedy.

  3. denise says:

    Marta and Mary Elizabeth, you are both bringing back memories.

    I grew up about 20 minutes from Norwich, in Moosup, and I think the furthest we got with our picnics was Moosup Pond! The kids were supplied with Kool-Aid, no coffee allowed. My parents were very practical. 😉

  4. denise says:

    I love the uploader, sorry I missed it. I’ll have to put my cool finds on the next one. The only problem with seeing everyone’s great finds is that I want more more more and I’m trying to acquire less. It also makes me a little regretful of the things I’ve given away or sold. But, the hunt is always fun, too.

  5. Rick says:

    Thanks for letting me add my 5 light Stiffel pole lamp and ‘tall’ batik lady but darn, there are still TOO many good things here I’d like to find. This is one of the most enjoyable features on RetroRen!

  6. Marta says:

    I had meant to add a pic of my American Home Magazine collection from the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s, but once I pulled them out, I got so lost in going through them, I forgot to post a picture.

    I have been planning to downsize them. Really. But, American Home was such a great slice of life for each issue’s time that I just can’t bear to give them up, lol! Then there is the Popular Mechanics from the same time frame. They really taught homeowners how to do EVERYTHING.

  7. Tanya says:

    I really loved this opportunity to upload some photos. I posted the photo of the “stove purchased for only $200, the mid century couch from Kijiji and the retro kitchen in progress”. If any readers live in the greater Toronto area I would really love to hear from you. I would like to connect with some like minded people. Please leave your email if you would like to share some info. Thanks, Tanya

  8. Joe Felice says:

    There’s stuff on here that would make even Cullen jealous. Hey, I wonder if anyone has a set of Southern Comfort bar glasses. I know my dad had a set back in the ’60s. Does anyone remember the Ronson “Can-Do: from 1960?

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