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Paula Koprowski: This is so amazing!! When did you leave Linden Street? I remember you went to St. Brigid's - I went to St. Barbara's, and then to Christ the King for one year (til June......
anon (pool-71-246-109-31.nycmny.east.verizon.net): I grew up in Lower Ridgewood (later called Bushwick) on Grove & Myrtle (referred to as six corners). Attended St. Brigid's and graduated in 1969 - always looking for graduates of that year. Parts of......
Kriestine Mangel: to JP1515JeffersonAve
after reading your post I felt as if I could've written it. You described my childhood almost to the t. I lived on Halsey between Irving and Knickerbocker from 1964-1980. I......
Kriestine Mangel: wow. it's cool to read about people's memories of Bushwick. I may be a bit younger than some of the posters...Our family lived on Halsey St. between Irving and Knickerbocker between 1964 through......
Mitch Vernace: Grew up on the "other side" of Myrtle Avenue, on Knickerbocker between Putnam and Madison Street between 1961 and 1978. Went to St. Martin of Tours and we always felt our competitors were from......
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