5 Responses to “1975 Sears Catalog”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    I love, love, LOVE Sears catalogs, especially from the 70s. Everything in it thrills me even if it was something I never would’ve bought at the time. 1975 was such a prime near for hair, polyester and exceedingly wide belled pants. It doesn’t get any better.

    Thanks for putting so many pages up. I swoon at each and every one of them.

  2. windupkitty

    windupkitty

    oh man, i used t spend hours looking through these when i wa s a kid…we had from the 40s and 50s to present and i was so fascinated…i with my folks still had them!!!! i remember my mom dog earring pages…

  3. Risuzu

    Risuzu

    It would be awesome if I found some early Sears catalogs to see what was sold back then. A few years ago, I noticed a reproduction of a 1930s(?) catalog. I wish I had bought it.

    Love&Peace

    • Allee Willis

      Allee Willis

      Don’t go for the repro’s. You can still find these great old 1950s, 60s and 70s Sears catalogs from time to time on eBay. They’re completely awesome. The real things are better than the repros because it’s everything as it was as opposed to someone curating from the original and oftentimes leaving some of the most crucial stuff out.

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    jack

    I have bought a ton of these catelogs on ebay. The holiday ones that concentrate on toys usually cost a little more, but if you go for the ones that aren’t aimed at kids you can get most pretty cheap. They really are wonderful time capsules.