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1495 Popham Avenue
1495 Popham Avenue
By Debbie Groyer
The sights, sounds and tastes are still vivid.
A Bronx Tale
A Bronx Tale
By Sheila Flynn-DeCosse
They were instructed to pick up their pace, and they did.
A Fine Flat
A Fine Flat
By Alan Balter
They may not have had money, but they were rich in other ways.
Col. Kerlin's Quarters
Col. Kerlin's Quarters
By Jeff Siggins
It didn't take long for him to make some new -- and influential -- friends.
Double Easter
Double Easter
By D.E. Brigham
He had no idea what awaited him that year.
Empty Tin Cans, Old Newspapers and a Little Bit of Fat
Empty Tin Cans, Old Newspapers and a Little Bit of Fat
By Kathy Padgett
Her home-front treasure hunts paid off.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- The Not-So-Empty Nest
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- The Not-So-Empty Nest
By Georgia Kohart
Cooking for two -- for now.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Pedaling Alone
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Pedaling Alone
By Ruth G. Smith
The three-wheeled gift opened a whole new world.
Gorgeous George and the Magic Box
Gorgeous George and the Magic Box
By April Knight
Her dad thought it was a passing fad.
Home Base
Home Base
By Maryanne Curran
They gathered in many spots, but the front steps were special.
Just Like Shirley Temple
Just Like Shirley Temple
By Mabel Grogan
The two were very similar -- except for one little detail.
Living Room Theater
Living Room Theater
By Dorothy Stanaitis
Their "radio with a picture" became the neighborhood attraction.
Looking Hollywood Way -- To Rise Above Nature
Looking Hollywood Way -- To Rise Above Nature
By Michael O'Donnell
Persistence -- and a little Scotch whiskey -- contributed to this movie's success.
Musical TV Chairs
Musical TV Chairs
By Susan Davis
The audience was just as entertaining as the action on the screen.
My Own Easter Parade
My Own Easter Parade
By April Knight
A little dress compelled big changes in both of them.
No Place Like Home
No Place Like Home
By James D. Doggette Jr.
No modern custom-built house would have suited them better.
Pay-Per-View, Way Back When
Pay-Per-View, Way Back When
By Jacqueline Whiting
The main problem was keeping those quarters handy.
Pennies From Heaven
Pennies From Heaven
By Polly South Brink
It as the song that brought them good fortune.
Rowdy Roosters
Rowdy Roosters
By Jeffrey Maurice Smith
They annoyed the whole neighborhood -- until they met Belle.
The Countrymen
The Countrymen
By Skip Van Lenten
They practiced nonstop -- would it be worth it?
The Marshburns' Farm
The Marshburns' Farm
By Harry L. Rast Jr.
It was a bit of an adjustment for a city boy.
The New Thing Called Television
The New Thing Called Television
By Ron Watson
He only had to see it once before he was hooked.
We Interrupt This Program
We Interrupt This Program
By Donna McGuire Tanner
Long before shopping networks, commercials tempted us with their wares.
When Color Was New
When Color Was New
By Frances Smith
As long as it was in color, they watched it!
Windowpane Reflections
Windowpane Reflections
By Shirley Spears Bennett
The house may be gone but the memories linger.
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