Patrick Cullinanon October 21, 2008
That IS amazing! I went to Immaculate's grammar school. You must've played whiffle ball in the same small school yard that I took my lunch recess in (and in which I also served time in the "chain gang" after school for an infraction).
I lived on 147th Street between Brook and Willis Avenues. Where did you live in the Bronx? If you like, you can email me at pcullinan, at-sign, verizon, dot, net.
Tony M.on October 21, 2008
Amazing again! In addition to seeing where I lived in Brooklyn in your gallery (thanks again), I now see Immaculate Conception church, where I used to go and play wiffle ball in their small yard with my friends (I went to St. Adalberts on 155 between Elton and Melrose).
Patrick Cullinanon August 22, 2008
I'm glad you liked it. I was in the class of 1956 at Immaculate Conception. We began the day with Mass and sang those irreplaceable hymns to the Blessed Mother. I still sing them to myself.