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The 1960s

Take a trip: Read and share memories of the time when fashion meant miniskirts, hairstyles were big and beautiful, music went to Woodstock, and cars were built with American pride and innovation.

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How I Met My Spouse: Married in Nine Days

In 1964, I was working in New York City as the rental agent for a […]...

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Can You Believe This Family’s BBQ Has Been Going Strong for 40 Years?

Summers in the 1960s stirred up thoughts of long-awaited family picnics that began Memorial Day […]...

1950s Ol' Blue Eyes sold as many as 250 million records. His biggest selling album was Duets, with over three million copies sold.

What Was It Like to Meet Musical Legends Back in the Day?

From an intimate recording session with Frank Sinatra to a phone chat with Bobby Vee, […]...

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These Vintage Kitchen Ads Show the Innovations of the Time

Household appliance companies in the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s marketed their innovations largely to the […]...

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Ask the Country Store: Creepy Crawlers, Sky Bars and More

I just came across my old Creepy Crawlers set. Where can I get the goop? […]...

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Unforgettable Fads: Skateboarding in the ’60s

Skateboarding in the ’60s was nothing like it is today. There were no tubes or […]...

1960s American actress and singer Doris Day rocks the bob in 1960.

Unforgettable Fads: The Start of the Bob Haircut

In 1915, ballroom dancer Irene Castle sheared off her long hair and started a revolution. […]...

1960s Jeanne Stavast McKinley hugs her brother John at his homecoming from Vietnam.

Moving Accounts of POWs Held Captive in Vietnam

April 30, 2015, marks the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon and the official […]...

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5 Stories of Extraordinary Moms

We can’t put it better than reader Lynne McDermott Rickert: “Our mother is still the […]...

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How Hair-Care Ads Looked 100 Years Ago

Every month, Reminisce Magazine takes a look at the eclectic vintage advertisements for everyday products. […]...