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Reminisce Extra May 2019

Get even more "time capsules" of life from the 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's filled with reader-written stories, pictures from the past, embarrassing moments, ads from the Old Days and much more!    Relax, Laugh and Remember.   Reminisce EXTRA is delivered in between your issues of Reminisce.  

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United States
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English
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Trusted Media Brands Inc.
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30,56 kr(Inkl. moms)
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102,19 kr(Inkl. moms)
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PLAY BALL! With baseball season in full swing, readers tell us their favorite diamond memories. “Yankee Stadium, July 4, 1983: An unknown kid playing first base. His name was Don Mattingly.” DÁITHÍ O’RIAN “Watched the Indians go to the big show the year they got the new stadium.” JUDY SHERWOOD HEIKKILA “On our first date, when he heard I liked baseball, my husband pulled out his ticket stub to Sandy Koufax’s perfect game. He still has it.” CHRIS MICHALSKI HUGO Join the conversation: FACEBOOK.COM/ REMINISCEMAGAZINE…

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tell us your story!

PHOTO TIPS Please identify the people, city, state and year the photo was taken. For photos sent by mail: • Be sure your photo or reprint is in focus. Do not send photocopies; we cannot print from them. For photos sent digitally: • Scan your photo as a JPEG file at 1200x1800 pixels, 300 dpi and 1MB. • No scanner? No problem. Walgreens, OfficeMax, FedEx Office and libraries offer this service. TV DINNERS Remember the hype about frozen dinners? Did you plan your television time so you could have a dinner on your lap or a TV tray? Were you a fan? Did you have a favorite? Label your story “TV Dinners.” SEARS WISH BOOK In late summer, a wondrous, magical catalog would arrive to spark a kid’s imagination. Page after page offered bikes, dolls and board games to add to…

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EDITORIAL CHIEF CONTENT OFFICER Beth Tomkiw ASSOCIATE CREATIVE DIRECTOR Christina Spalatin DEPUTY EDITOR Linda Kast SENIOR EDITOR Mary-Liz Shaw ASSOCIATE EDITOR Julie Kuczynski LAYOUT DESIGNER Payton Hintz COPY CHIEF Deb Warlaumont Mulvey COPY EDITORS Dulcie Shoener (senior), Chris McLaughlin, Amy Rabideau Silvers, Ann Walter CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Russ Maki MANAGER, EDITORIAL SERVICES Kelly Madison-Liebe PRODUCTION ARTIST Jill Banks EDITORIAL BUSINESS MANAGER Andrea Meiers SENIOR RIGHTS ASSOCIATE Jill Godsey MANAGER, PUBLISHING TECHNOLOGIES Dena Ahlers BUSINESS ANALYST Shannon Stroud JUNIOR BUSINESS ANALYST Grant Beattie BUSINESS ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Pete Holfelder Jr. pete.holfelder@TrustedMediaBrands.com DIRECT RESPONSE ADVERTISING Warren Berger, wberger@mediapeople.com EXECUTIVE BRAND DIRECTOR Joe Losardo ART DIRECTOR Michael Castellano DIRECTOR, MAGAZINE & BOOK PRODUCTION Kim Corrigan PRODUCTION ANALYST Aracely Lopez DIRECTOR, SALES SERVICES Gisele Myer TRUSTED MEDIA BRANDS, INC. PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Bonnie Kintzer CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER/ CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Dean Durbin CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER C. Alec Casey CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER Vince Errico SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADVERTISING SALES John…

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offer of a brighter tomorrow

During the last long stretch of World War II, the U.S. government made a novel pledge to its service members when on June 22, 1944, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act. With the new GI Bill, returning military members could count on paid school tuition, a monthly stipend and reduced interest payments on home, farm or business property loans. This singular piece of legislation provided economic stimulus and helped returning GIs to focus their future on education before employment. Read how this postwar statute built a thriving American middle class in “Victory at Home” starting on page 24. If you took home economics in junior high or high school, consider yourself lucky. Those classes now are few and far between. But in schools where home ec was offered,…

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keepsake of memories

This annual collection brings the best of Reminisce and Reminisce Extra together in one hardcover book. FAVORITE CONTENT Chosen from the monthly issues, stories in this book are packaged for you to read and enjoy. QUALITY PHOTOS Printed on high-gloss paper, these vintage photos give you a glimpse into bygone days. YOUR STORIES Whether writing about a friend, family member, road trip or new job, readers are the backbone of this brand. Get your copy of The Best of REMINISCE! Order today: REMINISCE.COM/ BEST19…

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1947

Although over, World War II continued to influence lives. Wary of each other, the U.S. and the USSR solidified a contentious Cold War. Britain’s devastated economy could no longer support a worldwide empire, leading to India’s freedom. Japan’s new constitution forbade war. Thanks to the GI Bill, nearly 50 percent of college admissions in the U.S. in 1947 (the peak year) were veterans. The U.S. government also helped vets buy homes, boosting a desire for suburban single-family tract houses. Technology firsts included the point-contact transistor, a precursor to today’s computers. JAN. 7 It’s a Wonderful Life is released across the United States. FEB. 17 The Voice of America transmits its first Russian-language radio broadcasts to the Soviet Union. FEB. 21 Edwin Land’s Polaroid Land Camera, bottom right, takes the first instant photos. APRIL 6…

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