Old News – Balloon Corps

This article from World War I includes letters from Roy Goold of Brockport. He ended up serving in Europe from July 1918 to June 1919. The Brockport Republic Thursday, April 11, 1918 DESCRIPTION OF BALLOON CORPS Roy Goold Enjoys Work as Telephone Operator It is seldom that friends at home are enabled to know definately …

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Hit Songs of 1968 – #12

Gary Puckett and the Union Gap are having success with “Young Girl” in April 1968. That song was written by their producer Jerry Fuller. The song is about a guy that finds out that the girl he is in love with is below the age of consent. He asks her to leave before they end …

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Two New Small Uploads

I uploaded two new booklets that couldn’t be more different. First there is a history of Third Presbyterian Church in Rochester. It was formed in 1827 and in the early years it had trouble paying the bills. They managed to survive and have a nice big church on East Avenue. The booklet was published in …

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Long Lost Return

The TV series “Long Lost Family” returns for a third season this Sunday. This is the show that reunites families that have been split up because of adoptions or other complicated family situations. Hosts Chris Jacobs and Lisa Joyner do their best to find the missing family members. The stories do not always have happy …

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