Ok, my turn:
Phones on the wall, with the ear piece you held and you talked into the mouthpiece on the wooden box. Used such a contraption when I worked at the local grocery store.
Floor model radios that we listened to. 'The Shadow', 'Gangbusters', 'The Green Hornet', 'The Jack Benny Show'. and oh, so, so many more.....Would even spin the dial in the hopes of catching a foreign radio station.
Streetcars with the rod reaching up to the electric line. Would ride a 'car' on a line that went into the country and try to pull the rod down.
Sometimes someone would
Running boards on all cars. And all cars came in your choice of Black, darker black, shiny black and just plain, Black!
Ice boxes with the blocks of 25/50 lbs of ice.
Refrigerators that you manually defrosted. Anyone could do this, just have pans available.
Gas ranges with the oven on the side, not below. Linoleum on floors. Bells on front doors that you cranked to make the 'bell' sound.
Roll your own cigarettes with pouches of tobacco and white papers and a little machine to roll them. Had an uncle that did this.
Took a little handled bucket down to the local tavern/pub for Gramps to get him his beer. Did this at 9-10-11, etc. years of age.
Oleo margarine. Added little packets of yellow stuff to a pound of stuff to make butter looking spread. Oh the fat grams in that!
Little booklets of 'Rationing Stamps'. Had to use these to purchase just about everything from sugar to gasoline for your car. Buying War Bonds and Stamps at school and the movie theatres.
Seeing 2 features, 3 or 4 cartoons, previews and news reels at the theatre. As a kid, all for 10 cents.
Shades to block out the light during Air Raid 'drills'.
Being a 'Crossing guard' at the street corners after school. Got to wear an official looking white belt with a badge!!!
Walking everywhere at the age of 9-10-11, etc. and never, ever being fearful of anything worse than running into a school bully.
Using a comptometer for math problems.
Oh, my list could go on and on, but I won't bore y'all right now. Wow, what a nostalgic trip down memory lane.