Baby Boomer eMuseum collection
Baby Boomer eMuseum collection

Hi!   You say you're a Baby Boomer?  Okay, how many of these classics from the '50s & '60s do you remember? We've got 2500 entries so far, and are adding more weekly!  If any of the items here evoke memorable moments in your life, please log in and tell us about them! And if you think of items to add to this admittedly U.S.-centric collection (especially if you have photos), please contact us.

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On This Day in Boomer History: December 22

1952:  French government of Pinay, resigns
1956:  Last British/French troops leave Egypt
1961:  U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1964:  Lockheed SR-71 spy aircraft reaches 3,530 kph (record for a jet)
1965:  Director David Lean's "Dr. Zhivago," premieres
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Top Ten Items
1.  Woody Woodpecker in the Cartoons, Comics & Animation gallery
2.  Drafting tables in the Workplace & School gallery
3.  1960 Ford Falcon in the Classic Cars gallery
4.  Janis Joplin in the Music gallery
5.  Barber poles in the Bygone Icons gallery
6.  Chiclets in the Food, Candy, Drinks gallery
7.  The Red Skelton Show in the TV / Radio gallery
8.  Carburetors in the Classic Cars gallery
9.  Rin Tin Tin in the TV / Radio gallery
10.  Clutch Cargo in the Cartoons, Comics & Animation gallery

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