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This entry was recorded on Friday, 2 December I have seen Mr. If "Manion" is representative of Mr. Maple, I am very impressed. Norrie SpeniaUSA. This entry was recorded on Thursday, 1 December Lived in Richmond Hill until on th street just below 95th avenue diagonally across from Smokey Park.
At a younger age I lived on th street below 95th. One of my Aunts still lives in R. I loved growing up in that area and truly loved my school. Recognized some names but have not read all of the guest sign ins.
I lived on Lefferts Blvd. I would love to hear from anyone who went to SBJ graduating class of ; esp. Donna Cassi or Mary F. This site is wonderful, all your work is greatly appreciated This entry was recorded on Wednesday, 30 November Just like how it help me grow into the person I am today, I hope it has the same wonderful effect on the generation of tomorrow.
Trisha RamdihalNew York. SOOOO, if any of you are out there and care to email me, please do so. This entry was recorded on Tuesday, 29 November Yes I remember Six Horse Hitch. I also remember these great local bands from the 60s.
And what about the Light Brigade with their awesome psychedelic light shows. This entry was recorded on Monday, 28 November If I remember correctly, it was next to the Greenwood Bakery, right at the foot of steps leading up to the el.
My friend, Keith Dougherty lived in the apartment above the candy store.
Tom KleinNJ. This entry was recorded on Sunday, 27 November Teresa This entry was recorded on Saturday, 26 November Where on th was the candy store?
This entry was recorded on Friday, 25 November For one brief shining moment, I had of piece of Richmond Hill. InI bought a candy store from an elderly couple: I also bought the building from the Goldman Estate.
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The Department Store Museum is an on-line homage to America's great, late-lamented department stores. There is an extraordinary amount of information about many of these stores - logos, floor directories, ads, etc., and it is hoped that, by displaying them in a museum format, visitors may reminisce about their experiences with them.
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