60 Incredible Vintage Photos Of Grocery 10 Fun Facts About America Even 2 months ago   10:22

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60 Incredible Vintage Photos Of Grocery Stores From Across America

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Александр Барсуков
А у нас такое позорище :( выкладка товара открытым способом началась лишь в 70х, и то не всех. Входишь в магазин, а внутри очередь за колбасой или мясом, рубили тут же.
Jeremy Lavoie
Back when, people didn't go out in public with mustard stained sweat pants and Bed head..
When America was great
Lyndon Tree
No security guards, no cameras, no electric locks on doors, no cashiers behind glass walls... hmm... must have had some demographic change?
mike larochelle
Wow! even grocery store music! lol
Stinky Whizzletooth
Did grocery stores not sell produce in the 40's?
Robert Manders
Notice that all the women are 100lbs less than today.
Kathleen Kenyon
My sister and I were always told, "you never get a second chance to make a good first impression". Still use that theory today, and I also try to compliment a woman who is put together even if its casual. No one compliments us women anymore, so I do it as often as I can.The other person seems to really like it, and I feel good afterwards!
At 5:04, Kings Supermarket photo shows TV Guides with Jerry Lewis on cover. Date on magazine was January 19-25, 1957.
tizme me
Thumbnail looks like Juliet Lewis... 1:08
Alda Pellegrino
Love this!!
Alda Pellegrino
Women actually went to the market with curlers on? Oh, me, oh, my and OMG!!
R.J. T
Lots of soup cans... from the end caps & shelves to the women’s hair
Cristin Live
I was definitely born in the wrong era! So fun to see these photos and did any notice those prices! WOWZA
barney baker
At 6:48 caption is wrong . look to the right you will see a 61 Chevrolet, second car in the isle in picture
Benny Perez
Are vintage photos worth any money?
I really wish I could have lived in this America. Before Government aid and the internet ruined the country.
If you don’t like the music...mute the sound. Some people are simply stupid.
when men dressed like.......and people were so ........not like now, now its all ..... ....Don't worry Kids because in 50 years 2019 will seem like a lost Eden.....either everything is progressively getting worst or everything always seems better when we are young.. no matter what decade we were young in..
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10 Fun Facts About America Even 60 Incredible Vintage Photos Of Grocery 2 months ago   11:37

How much do you know about the U.S.? Were you aware that the Library of Congress could have a record of some of your social media posts? Let’s see which of these 10 little-known facts about the United States will manage to surprise you the most!

For example, in fact, there were actually 6 American flags placed on the moon during the Apollo landings. It’s unknown whether all those flags are still standing, but the ones that remain have most likely been bleached completely white, from exposure to radiation from the sun.
Or what do you think America’s favorite drink is? Go ahead and guess down in the comments! Tea, coffee, soda, juice? If you think soda, you wouldn’t be entirely wrong since it was the top beverage choice for Americans until recently. Now, its crown has passed to…bottled water!

Out-of-this-world flag 1:05
Americans on the moon 2:03
The greatest of the Great Lakes 2:52
The most visited museums in America 3:49
America’s favorite drink 5:03
The Library of Congress archives 6:05
“Hollywoodland” 7:09
Halloween craze 8:04
The Empire State Building lightning strikes 9:08
The Statue of Liberty 10:05

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- In the U.S., you can see the Star-Spangled Banner waving in the wind at fast food joints, standing tall in people’s yards or attached to their houses, and printed on all kinds of stuff like clothing, pillows, and coffee mugs.
- If Armstrong was the first, not many people know that the last man to walk the moon was Apollo 17 Commander Eugene Cernan.
- With a surface area of about 31,700 square miles, this lake is about the size of South Carolina! And with a volume of 2,900 cubic miles, Lake Superior is big enough to cover the entirety of North and South America in a foot of water.
- Both museums saw around 7 million visitors in 2017, making them tied for the #3 spot on the list of the world’s most visited museums.
- In 2016, Americans consumed 88.8 gallons of coffee per capita! So, now you know why your favorite coffee shop is always so crowded!
- The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, holding over 167 million items like rare books, manuscripts, photographs, recordings, and plenty of other important and historic materials.
- But when it was installed back in 1923, this iconic sign actually read “Hollywoodland” instead of “Hollywood.” It was originally meant to be a real-estate ad for an upscale district that was only supposed to stand for about a year and a half.
- According to the National Retail Federation, more than 175 million Americans are estimated to participate in the holiday in 2018 and will spend around $9 billion.
- The tallest building in America is the One World Trade Center at 1,776 feet. But for a long time, from 1931 to 1972, it was the 1,250-foot-tall Empire State Building that held this title.
- A lesser known fact is that Lady Liberty looked quite different when she first arrived in New York from Paris. When the copper statue was completed and brought to America in 1886, it was more like the color of a penny.

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