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I moved away, but when I came back, I visited the old school and just never could quite get over how small those little desk were.
A couple of us have been having some interesting conversations about Washington in the 50's. If you would like to post to this list, you much first be a subscriber. diane HI DIANE, IT IS TRULY WONDERFUL WHAT YOU ARE DOING. THE OTHER WAS THE "NICHOLSON BROTHERS HOSPITAL" ACROSS THE STREET FROM THEN FRANKIE KUGLARS HOUSE ON THE CORNER OF WATER AND BONNER. MY GRAND MOTHER, ELIZABETH PHELPS, DEPARTED WASHINTON, IN THE LATE TWENTIES FROM THERE TO GO ON HERE HONEYMOON TO NEW YORK. REX WHEATLEY -- [email protected] ================= DIANE, I JUST RECEIVED A COPY OF A BOOK ENTITLED,".