Author: The Groovy Archives

thee70s:

thee70s:

in the colors of the rainbow 

generalmillshistory: Ice Cream Cones Cereal Ic…

generalmillshistory:

Ice Cream Cones Cereal

Ice cream cones for breakfast? In 1986, yes. Introduced AND discontinued that year, Ice Cream Cones cereal was briefly reintroduced in 2003 in honor of the 100th anniversary of the ice cream cone, but it was a limited release. Now, if we want ice cream cones for breakfast, we’ll have to stick to the real thing (not recommended). 

gregorygalloway: Roy Orbison (April 23, 1936 …

gregorygalloway:

Roy Orbison (April 23, 1936 – December 6, 1988)

chromeandlightning: John Hamagami ‘89

chromeandlightning:

John Hamagami ‘89

iconoclassic: The Canadian architect October 1…

iconoclassic:

The Canadian architect October 1966 vol. 11 no. 10. Cover design by Laszlo Buday (by oliver.tomas)

Damask and European Wild RoseFrom The Lore &am…

Damask and European Wild Rose

From The Lore & Legends of Flowers, Robert L. Crowell, 1982.
Illustrator: Anne Ophelia Dowden

fifties-sixties-everyday-life: Hotel rooms, Ha…

fifties-sixties-everyday-life:

Hotel rooms, Hawaii, 1972.

1970′s Sears Records & Tapes Paper Bag(via…

1970′s Sears Records & Tapes Paper Bag

(via: Remember when?)

atomic-flash: The Astra-Gnome, 1956 – A ‘Time …

atomic-flash:

The Astra-Gnome, 1956 – A ‘Time and Space Car’

A concept car created by industrial designer Richard Arbib for American Motors. Using a 1955 Nash Metropolitan chassis, it features space travel themes like the Hamilton ‘celestial time-zone clock permitting actual flight-type navigation’, and an acrylic glass bubble canopy which also serves as a sound chamber for the car’s high fidelity radio and record player.

The Astra-Gnome was featured on the 3 September 1956 cover of Newsweek magazine and was a popular highlight in its debut at the 1956 New York International Auto Show.

Lost and then relocated in New York in 1980, the Astra-Gnome was restored and can now be seen at the Metropolitan Pit Stop Museum in Los Angeles, CA.

(images via Mario the Multipla

thegroovyarchives:

thegroovyarchives:

Ad for “The Archies” first album

From the February, 1969 Issue of Archie comics.