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Good Old Days Subscription

Good Old Days magazine remembers the best of times from the turn of the century on up through the '50's, and all straight from the heart. Written by our readers, each new issue brings you feature stories and photos of the greatest generation.

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More about Good Old Days: Good Old Days is that magazine that remembers the best of the happy days gone by. Made up of submissions by readers from the Greatest Generation, Good Old Days showcases photos, fiction, illustrations and lifestyle stories that focus on the years between the turn of the century and the 1950s. Revisit the golden age of America through short stories, personal reflections, and even recipes. Every story in Good Old Days magazine is heartfelt and nostalgic, with readers sharing their favorite memories, both happy and trying, through the written word. Laugh at true tales of adventure, reminisce about family and holiday traditions, and recall the people, places and events that were making headlines way back when. Sharing stories from Good Old Days magazine is a wonderful way to unite generations, so subscribe today!

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I love this magazine!
I rermermber a lot of the things in the magazine and like the Wanted pages
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WHen the Mrs. is watching Dr. Oz or some show that doesn't capture my interest, "Good Old Days,"
is always my best PAL for entertainment & ideas down here on the farm.
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For the "forever young" !
My daughter surprised me with this magazine for my birthday, last year, and I absolutely enjoy it. It takes me back down memory lane. Any nostalgic, such as myself, can appreciate this magazine. I can't thank my daughter enough. This magazine is great for those of us who can remember way back when.
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