LBJ Go to Day: Mom & Anthony Parlor TV room 1966 60s * 1301 – 57st
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Frances [Mom] and Anthony [me] in 1966 Brooklyn. Mom has a bandage on her leg and hand due to the fact she and I were on our corner watching Lyndon B. Johnson’s motorcade pass by. The motorcycles had been initial and she did not get out of the way in time. 1 of them threw her aside: the exhaust pipe nicked her leg and the manage bar smashed into her hand. Nobody stopped. I helped Mom off the ground. They began from the low end of 13th ave Boro Park, through component of Bensonhurst and into Bay Ridge. There was a recent write-up in The Home Reporter about this becoming 45 years ago since LBJ’s visit. I have pix of Ford – a secret sevice guy yanked me off a pedestrian visitors sign. We have no luck! Note the Big Zenith B&W television, 50s flooring and wallpaper, the wooden blinds from the 40s. Vintage Interior. In the early 70s we place an ugly drop ceiling up that created the room look tiny. No, I need to say much less big. We only still have that mirror in storage. Photo was taken utilizing a Brownie with a flashbulb mixed with sunlight causing those light stripes across Mom’s face. We got a COLOR Magnavox in 1966. Imagine: New Star Trek episodes in color as they came out on Sunday early evening! Barbra Eden looked nice in color too. -) Are YOU old sufficient to bear in mind the TV Repairman visits with his massive tube box and testers? Any comments or questions? Virtually forgot: In 1 of the photos in this series I am playing "President of the United States [POTUS] in a little cardboard chair I created. Too cute..what a swell head! PS: I had started to take photos with the very same Kodak Brownie camera at this time.
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