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Digital Reference Library 


Kids Television Shows


Television Toys



Baby Boomer Family

 What Are Little Boomer Girls Made Of?


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In 1955 I was five years old when Rebel Without a Cause starring James Dean, Sal Mineo and Natalie Wood hit the silver screen. It was the story about an emotionally confused suburban, middle class teenager. The film was a groundbreaking attempt to portray the moral decay of American youth, critique parental style, and explore the differences and conflicts between generations. That pretty much always sums up the era whenever some writer or historian tackles the subject matter and describes what it was like in the fifties.

The Feminine Touch for Oldsmobile 

This 1969 Oldsmobile sales film stars Bess Myerson, the 1945 Miss America winner who became an iconic spokeswoman, game show personality, and consumer advocate. The musical backing exemplifies the Brazilian musical craze of the time--it's Burnell Whibley's "Riviera Bossa Nova."

 Boomer Women in Commercials

The Wonderful World of Wood Paneling

Attract a man with  nylons

Gas the Wife and her husband in Minneapolis

General Electric Refrigerator

with Elaine May

and Mike Nichols

ZEST Deodorant Soap gives a woman that fresh zest glow

Keep husband happy with Black Label Beer

Moms love Johnson & Johnson Babypowder

Professional Women's Wrestling 1950's

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