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Can you see the resemblance? I was given the photo of the young Larry, age 3, on the left. The reverse was marked with his full name and the date the photo was taken. I found the college yearbook photo, … Continue reading
For years, I’d been led to believe that this shop had been located on Clinton Street on New York’s Lower East Side. Although 550 Clinton St. is a bona fide address, researching a 1916 city directory led me to this … Continue reading
With the launch of a new business comes the launch of a new blog. The subject: GENEALOGY Genealogy has recently become a hot, hot, hot topic with the t.v. show “Who Do You Think You Are?” showcasing the genealogical research … Continue reading
This is the kind of work I do! I often feel like Sherlock Holmes.