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August 24, 2012


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How neat to see where some of your finds go. I also always wonder where an object came from, what did it mean to the person, who was the person, what did they do? Recently I bought some old frames from an Estate sale and one held a WWII soldier (possibly the deceased homeowner). I asked the manager if the family wanted the photos and she said they had so many duplicates, so no. I don't know what to do with them (I will not toss them & I have boxes of my own ancestors to organize & can't mix them up with mine) but I silently thank the soldier for serving & wonder about the past.

I loved watching Romper Room in the 60s...always wishing she would call my name through the magic mirror. I also wanted one of those sippy cups with the built in straw and the romper stompers. I'll have to look up who was our Miss Romper in Chicago.

WOW! Touch you Susan!!! That's great! Very interesting. The 1960's luggage, my sister
had a set just like that except hers was
a medium blue, bought at Montgomery Ward. I say it over and over again,
you always pick out the neatest items to sell. You have such a good eye.

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