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Lynne Lanier

Marvelous, Karen. Thank you for sharing this. Happy NewYear!

Karen Rexrode

Thank-you Lynn, It's always good to reflect on our past, in this case a person's distant past. I have loved reading his diary and how much things have changed in the past 80 years, so much! Happy New Year to you!


Fascinating! I understand your interest. A few years ago I came across a simple postcard from a young woman released from the military at the end of the 2nd World War. That led to exploring the neighborhood where she grew up Down East - coincidentally not far from Adair's. Doesn't your imagination just start spinning?

Karen Rexrode

So you can imagine 5 years of history, written with a fountain pen, 79 years ago. The movies that were playing, the cost of things, it does get the imagination spinning!

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