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Can you name the location?
Spring & South St


What was the Season?
spring

Can you name the location?
10 south st. no. adams

Comments...
was home to me,from 1943 till 1950. many childhood memories for myself and siblings, among them was the flood of 1949 when we were evacuated by boat in the middle of the night. this same photo was featured approx. 2 mo.ago


Comments...
Also a reminder of the great architecture of the early eara. Many great structures in N. A., as a matter of fact, most anywhere in Mass., etc.. I don't believe that many of the newer constructed homes will last as long as the old, nor be as remarkable.


Comments...
believe Robert Bob Saulnier owned that home for a few years before moving to Clarksburg. It was a good structure.


What was the Year?
1979

Can you name any of the people?
Landlord was Bob Saulnier

Can you name the location?
Spring St., next to the big white block

Comments...
Lived there as a tenant of Bob Saulnier for about 2 years with my roommates after college. Bob also worked for the County and I used to car-pool with him. There were two older sisters who lived upstairs in the rear of the two upper apartments. One of them died and I heard her collapse while I was at home recovering from having 4 wisdom teeth extracted (by Dr. Phil Puccio). Did not reallize what had happened until later when my father came by to check on me and we smelled the baked beans that were getting burned on the stove upstairs. Lots of other GOOD memories in that house, big meals with lots of friends, sitting playing cards... One roommate bought the canoe that Bob owned and hung from the rafters in the garage.


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