Rediscovering the '60s and '70s: Photos Once Lost to Time

By Sarah Norman | May 5, 2024

Come and knock on our door! Three's Company stars Joyce DeWitt, John Ritter and Suzanne Somers.

Ah yes, remembering the good old days…. It's enough to make you a wanna jump back into the past so you can slide back into one of these creepy space chairs (as pictured) isn't it? No, but seriously, there are so many worthwhile memories to explore right here, so sit back, relax, turn up the Stones, Madonna, or Zeppelin, whatever your flavor… and enjoy.  

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Here we have a sweet publicity shot of Three's Company stars Joyce DeWitt, John Ritter, and Suzanne Somers. The sitcom ran for eight seasons on ABC from March 15, 1977, to September 18, 1984.

In it, roommates Chrissy and Janet decide they want a third to share their groovy apartment with. In order to get away with having a male roomie, they have to convince the old-fashioned Mr. Roper that he’s is gay. So ladies man Jack Tripper has to play the part to reassure their landlord that no premarital ‘funny business’ going on in his building. Each episode chronicles the escapades and hijinks that ensue because of the trio's constant misunderstandings. 

Blondie's Debbie Harry sitting pretty in nothing but a blazer and shirt. (1979)

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Pictured here is Debbie Harry, better known as Blondie. The iconic Punk new wave singer founded Blondie and is also considered the first female rapper to chart at number one in the United States because of her work on "Rapture". She’s also had over 60 film roles and numerous television appearances.

The members of Blondie were pioneers of the punk scene but were noted for their eclectic mix of musical styles. They incorporated elements of disco, pop, and reggae. For this, they are credited with introducing mainstream American listeners to alternative elements of Rock and Roll in the late 1970’s. Blondie has sold 40 million records worldwide, is still active, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006.