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    Can someone let me know if the Zoom meeting at St. Joseph Sem inery still on.

     

    Thanks. Dan Mullane       —mulland@jostens.com

    in reply to: New York Marble Cemetery and Inwood Marble #2169
    mull0096
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    Quick question–I saw the name Ahnemann and Younkheere in the above note from the Building Department and wanted to ask if there was a Lumber Yard on Bailey Avenue by that same name.

    in reply to: Early 1960s Memoir #1563
    mull0096
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    Great article and fond memories…. As a side note I can remember the crowds that would gather for Confession at St. Johns and people would shy away from getting on line for Monsignor Scanlon as he was tough but my friends and myself knew that Fr. Flaratty had a hearing aid in one ear so we would get on the line for his bad ear. I think there were probably 7 Priest hearing confession in those days–changes happen.

    in reply to: Old Bridge Tavern #1521
    mull0096
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    Thanks for all the info on the Old Bridge Tavern and yes the Playground for the Marble Hill Houses is located there. I can remember going to the Basketball courts there and having to give your keys or wallet to the Parkie as collateral in order to use one of the Basketballs.  Great memories…

    in reply to: On this day in Kingsbridge: July 3rd, 1781 #1517
    mull0096
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    Great story of Kingsbridge–Who can remember The Old Bridge Tavern at the corner of 230th Street and Kingsbridge Ave.??

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