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Posted by phil on Wednesday, October 28th 2020:

In Reply to: Re: Parkchester 40s/50s/60s Memories/Stories posted by John W on Monday, October 26th 2020:

John W--yes, I remember them all. Harmony Records was one of my favorite places. I spent hours there. I loved the little slots that held 45s. I told my mother I wanted to own a record store like that; she told me to get a good job, then I could afford all the records I wanted, without having to own a store.I still had most of the records i bought; gave them a few years back to an oldies record store. Harmony records had become a store for jazz records before the building was torn down a few years ago.

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