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VINTAGE HAMM'S BEER BEAR 1073 CERAMARTE BOTTLE DECANTER PODIUM SUIT AND TIE #Collectible

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5 Inch Taggies Petals Hedgehog Plush Baby Rattle Toy by Mary Meyer

hamms beer bear - Google Search Drank a lot of these in my younger years

From the land of sky blue waters.The Hamm's beer iconic bear.

Need I say more?!

Minnesota's own Happy's Potato Chips for Phillips-Barton Ruppert

HAMMS BEAR 5ft Styrofoam Memorabilia

HAMMS BEAR 5ft Styrofoam Memorabilia

Hamms Nostalgia

THE HAMM'S BEER BEAR Sometimes a logo or figure just brings a smile to your face, and the Hamm's Beer Bear falls into that category.

Red Owl Food StoreRed Owl was a grocery store chain in the United States, headquartered in Hopkins, Minnesota. Founded in 1922, it was initially owned and operated by a private investment firm affiliated with General Mills.  It opened its first store in Rochester, Minnesota. The title sequence of the Mary Tyler Moore television show has the lead character in a Red Owl meat department.

I remember Red Owl on across from (Gasterland's) Diary Queen. In Richfield MN Great memories.

WDGY Studio and Transmitter Site, Bloomington, MN, 1970s  Weegee traced its beginnings to 1923, when it went by the call letters KFMT. During the 1950s it became one of the first radio stations in the country to adopt a top-40, rock-and-roll format. WDGY stuck with top-40 (along with its chief competitors, KSTP and KDWB) until 1977, when it switched to country music.  Photo via Flashbacks of Bloomington

WDGY Studio and Transmitter Site, Bloomington, MN, Weegee traced its beginnings to when it went by the call letters KFMT. During the it became one of the first radio stations in the country to adopt a rock-and-roll format.

MTC Bus, Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Early 1970s The Metropolitan Transit Commission (a division of the Metropolitan Council regional planning agency) took over the privately-owned Twin Cities Lines bus system on September 18, 1970. Most of the buses Metro Transit acquired were at least 15 years old and in lousy shape. The commission launched a five-year improvement plan to replace the old exhaust belchers with new, shiny red ones, but the process took time. Some of the old buses, like the…

MTC Bus, Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Early 1970s The Metropolitan Transit Commission (a division of the Metropolitan Council regional planning agency) took over the privately-owned Twin Cities Lines bus system on September 18, 1970. Most of the buses Metro Transit acquired were at least 15 years old and in lousy shape. The commission launched a five-year improvement plan to replace the old exhaust belchers with new, shiny red ones, but the process took time. Some of the old buses, like the…

The 1950′s and 60′s were a special time for children in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Each day there was a kiddy television show called Lunch With Casey. It featured Casey Jones and Roundhouse Rodney and aired on WTCN channel 11.

The and were a special time for children in Minnesota. Each day there was a tv show called Lunch With Casey, featured Casey Jones & Roundhouse Rodney. Aired on WTCN channel

The Boulevard Theater

Boulevard Theater Movies (now Hollywood Video, CLOSED) and Red Owl Store at & Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Loved, loved, loved the Dayton's Department Store in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Dayton's Department Store Minneapolis, Minnesota~Spent most of my formative years here! It was a real treat : ) JJA

In my childhood, cartoon characters were used to sell beer

Hamm's Beer, these commercials were the best part of "the Saturday night fights" , watched them with my Dad and ate sardines, pickled herring and crackers.

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