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Boys watching television
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Thu Dec 3 04:27 PM
by Thomas Cole
Like the image - it shows all ages, even little brother with an early bedtime, fascinated by the TV. So fascinated, they'll stare intently at a blank screen so as not to miss a second of whatever's about to be transmitted. By the way, the timeline says "color TV introduced" in 1951. Nope. This was almost certainly a black and white set. See wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_TV
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Three boys lay in front of a television. Date from negative sleeve.
Daily Reflector (Greenville, N.C.)
January 23 , 1954
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Social and Family Life
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United States--North Carolina--Pitt County (N.C.)--Greenville (N.C.)
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