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What was the Season?
summer

Can you name any of the people?
John Maziarz

Can you name the location?
his yard

Comments...
Jonh is a famous local artist, who has been known to pull off a few pranks in his day



What was the Year?
1975

What was the Season?
summer

Can you name any of the people?
This is definitely William (Bill) Leveque, and no-one else.

Can you name the location?
Wheel Estates Trailer Park in North Adams, Ma.

Comments...
He is my Father, who died in December of 1997. He was also known in the area as the famous meat cutter, Bill Bishop, who worked at the A&P food markets in North Adams on Ashland Street, and in Colonial Village, Williamstown, for many, many years. There were alot of French speaking people in the area who always wanted him to cut their meat, because he spoke French fluently. The "ice cube" was made by my late brother Bob who used to work at Cornish Wire Co. in Williamstown, Ma. Little did he know when he was complaining about posing for this picture that his great,great, grandchildren would be able to see it published on their computers. Thank you for printing it. His son, Buster.


Comments...
I don't mean to offend anyone, and I'm sure Mr. Maziarz is a very nice man, but I have the original of this picture somewhere in my Father's belongings, and I know it is Bill Leveque.


Comments...
It had been brought to my attention that I made a mistake on my comments about the year of my Father's (Bill Leveque)death. It should be 1977 not 1997. (Buster Leveque)


What was the Season?
spring

Can you name any of the people?
JOHN MAZIARZ

Comments...
THE LAST DAY THIS WAS SHOWN 5-6-08 JOHN PASSED AWAY 5-5-08 SWP


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