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Just reviewed your “Christmas Special” Just a wonderful stroll down memory lane . Thanks again Jim.
I hope that everyone had a great family Christmas and wishing that you attain your dreams for the new year.
Jim, may all your efforts bring wonderful results. You have done well for all of us!
Jim, I am so very proud of you and what you have accomplished by writing your wonderful blog about growing up in Duquesne, PA. You continue to touch the lives of so many people – in more ways than you’ll ever know. Thank you for sharing your nostalgic gifts with all of us! Happy New Year!!!
Jim:Happy New Year thanks for all the work you do reconnecting us together again.
Thank you much for all of your wonderful stories from the past. I lost my only son this year in November, so I have spent much of this Christmas Season remembering the past. Even though I have not lived in South-western Pa. for many years, both my son and I were born in Mckeesport Hospital, me in 1957 and him in 1978, so I still consider that area as my home. Keep on writing, and I hope you had a very Merry Christmas.
Thanks for all the memories. The 1958 Duquesne Times brings back so many more good memories. I am sure many of your readers had visited, past by, know the location and perhaps the families of the the merchants in the Holiday Ads. I can still see those businesses just as I can recall the youthful faces of those I grew up with and went to school with no matter if they were a few years ahead or a few years behind, I can still see them beeming laughing working and enjoying our town and traditions that you have so religiously helped us all to recall and that means so much to all of us. You provided a forum where old friends have connected, now how cool is that!? You remind us of our roots, traditions, and to hear and read about so many successful people that came from that old Steel Town, Duquesne, Pa (and the surrounding area) can make us look back and be very proud.
Wishing you and yours and All your followers a Very Happy New Year.
Thanks for the wonderful memories. May you and yours have a very blessed Christmas. from a 1963 Duquesne graduate – Maryanne Matusovic
Merry Christmas Maryanne! What wonderful memories return reading Jim’s posts especially those of growing up in our Crawford School neighborhood. Email me at email@example.com if you like. It would be nice.
Merry Christmas to my favorite Duquesne Hunky! Thanks for all you’ve done to keep us all together. Since we can’t actually visit the old city of our youth it’s good to know you’ve shown us a way to relieve it in our hearts.
Once again, thanks for the memories, Jim, and sincere wishes for a blessed Christmas
Jim, Thanks for the great memories. I attended Duquesne High School while W Mifflin North High was being built. I got hair cuts at the Ideal Barber Shop, got hardware at Levines, ate at Paule’s Lookout, bought flowers at Koprivers, played little league baseball for Tarry’s Service Station, and my parents bought our televisions from Groves.
Thank you for posting this. Many familiar names! We all appreciate what you do and look forward to your posts. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Jean (Kwietinskas) Welty, Williamsport, Pa. – DHS Class of 1958
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Thanks for all your labors of love on this. This was great. I really liked those car insurance rates, wish we could still get them.
I actually remembered a few of those businesses.
Merry Christmas to you from sunny Duquesne Place! Thank you for helping us remember the wonderful city of our youth! Becky Wahly Woolsey
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