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The Toastmaster Super De Luxe Toaster with Power Action (1953)

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Comparing costs from the 1950s with the 2010s based on inflation alone isn’t exactly perfect. Just like today, new technologies were viewed as luxury items and introductory prices reflected this. The automatic pop-up toaster was first introduced in 1926, but manual toasters maintained popularity well into the ’50s, mostly due to costs. Take a look

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The refrigerator with a thousand faces.

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This 1960s-era ad for a Whirlpool refrigerator offers up something that never really caught on – using fabrics or wood to decorate the doors. Take a look at this 1967 magazine ad, target toward housewives: Like many ’60s ads, this one is text heavy and targets women in the hope they can influence a major

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