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In this issue

Fishing Lines and Relaxing Times
Grab your fishin’ pole and join us as we remember those long-ago summer days spent eagerly waiting to reel in that perfect brag-worthy catch.

The Family That Harvests Together
After working together to harvest crops and pick garden vegetables, our families were able to enjoy the delicious fruits of their labor.

Simple Summertime Fun
In this issue, our readers share their favorite summer moments from sunny picnics to relaxing vacations to Fourth of July celebrations.

Good Old Days Magazine Description:

PublisherAnnie's

CategoryLifestyle

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

Good Old Days is a history magazine that focuses on America's favorite memories and warm thoughts from the years 1930 through 1960.

Good Old Days magazine has been sharing reader-provided stories, recollections and photos from days gone by since 1964. Billed as the original nostalgia magazine, this easy-to-read collection of memories captivates both young and old alike. The publisher of Good Old Days magazine continues to uphold its mission of enabling creativity, nurturing memories and upholding positive values, even after all this time.

Each bi-monthly issue contains many reader-submitted stories about the past. Previous article titles include: The Magic Box on the Wall, the ringing meant something exciting was about to happen; Sunny Side Up, her dad's breakfasts were unforgettable; Good Old Days on Wheels -- Our Sunday Ride, the trips seemed boring and monotonous until ...; Party Line Rules, there was a catch to that new phone; The School Next Door, they never had a reason to be tardy; Bartering for Back-to-School Shoes, brown eggs developed into brown shoes; Home Remedies -- Sweet Treatments, it sounds too good to be true, but a candy cure might work for you; and From the Archives -- Nothing to Fear, his dad dished out a fitting punishment.

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