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Re: HORSES AND WAGONS (1940s - 1960s)


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Posted by JudyJ on Wednesday, July 26th 2017:

In Reply to: HORSES AND WAGONS (1940s - 1960s) posted by Alvin L. on Sunday, July 23rd 2017:

In the the early 50s there was always a produce man with a horse attached to an old splintery wagon sitting in front of my grandma's house on Bryant and 167th St. I remember she'd send me downstairs with 6 cents to buy fruit. So, for a nickel and a penny I got 2 ripe pears and ran back up the stairs to grandma's kitchen where we sat at the little oil cloth covered table and ate 'em!

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