By: Paul S. Cilwa Viewed: 4/22/2019
Occurred: 6/1/1961
Posted: 1/13/2019
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Family portraits taken at my grandparents' apartment building.

After my dad died, my grandparents moved from Bloomfield, New Jersey, where they had lived forever, to St Johnsbury, Vermont, to be closer to us. They moved into a townhouse apartment in a small, four-unit building. Their landlady was Mrs Cox, a widow.

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Among my grandparents' neighbors were the Millers, who had a very sweet dog,

I have no idea what Mom was upset about, but she didn't seem pleased to be taking these pictures.

Mary Joan, Mrs Cox, Mr Miller, Louise, Mrs Miller, Mom, Gramma, Paul, Aunt Edna

Mary Joan, Mrs Cox, Mr Miller, Louise, Mrs Miller, Mom, Gramma, Paul, Aunt Edna

Aunt Edna, Mary Joan, Mom, Louise, Gramma, Paul

Aunt Edna, Mary Joan, Mom, Louise, Gramma, Paul

Louise, Mary Joan, Grampa, Paul

Louise, Mary Joan, Grampa, Paul

Gramma and Grampa

Gramma and Grampa

The neighbors across the street, the Twombleys, had a double lot; the lot next to their house was used as a giant garden of which they were very proud.