Here’s a bunch of awesome throwback Facebook pages to follow so your timeline isn’t a constant stream of exhausting political fighting…
“This page is dedicated to the preservation of times bygone and memorandum of the good old days.” Follow this one mostly for the great, technicolor illustrations. You’ll also see black and white photos and a hodgepodge of vintage cars, toys and products.
This is a public group where people share photos from the 1930s. Get a glimpse of the fashion trends, a realistic idea of how hard the depression hit, a view of the building of America’s great cities… plus your jaw will drop when you see how much things cost back then.
Photos of original and restored cars from the 1940s and 1950s. These things are huge. Plus they made cars in way cool colors back then.
Another page featuring a look into the neon main street, shiny chrome-bumpered past. Sifting through the car photos is worth it for the incredible storefront signage shots.
Restored Kodachrome slides from the 1950s and 1960s.
Similar to the 1930s public group above. This one has tons of war-era photos, Life magazine covers, and old newsprint advertisements.
“Rare Rock and Roll, Rhythm and Blues, Rockabilly, instrumentals and garage footage of 50's and 60's musicians and artist from around the world.”
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