Lewis Galoob Toys Catalogue (1967)

In 1967, San Francisco-based Lewis Galoob Toys continued establishing a foothold in the toy industry. This catalogue from the period reflected an eclectic mix of toys for boys and girls.

Highlights amidst the lines of dolls, space toys, cars, and trucks included remote control vehicles, futuristic space guns, walking robots, and plush animals. This collection was a precursor to the company’s first toy success, the Jolly Chimp, a battery-powered, cymbal-playing monkey that the company co-produced with Daishin of Japan.