Monthly Archives: September 2005

Traveling Around Philly

One of the reasons I have stayed in the area is the pleasure and ease of visiting Philadelphia. The SEPTA trains, such as the one that stops at Lansdowne, fan out in all directions and cost only $1 for senior … Continue reading

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Connections

Judy Young recently visited with Gail Boner, Dottie Dreyer, Audry Lewis, Aggie Watson, and Joan and Anna Marie Anderson.  Here are three pictures she sent.  (Double click on them to enlarge.)

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Connections

Soon after Arnett Ware received the current class address list I had sent her she called Nancy Leith and they had a long, pleasant conversation. Nancy thought this was funny because earlier that same morning she had gotten a call … Continue reading

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Our Old High School

A classmate asked me who to contact at LAHS to express her appreciation for an excellent education. I had to laugh. Our school is GONE.  Gone with the wind. The building is still there, but the school district has changed, … Continue reading

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Landmark Answers

Here is the answer to the landmark blogs.  The first one, September 7, is the pillar at the 69th Street Terminal.  That is easy.  The lantern shown in the second blog, September 12, is on one of the granite portals … Continue reading

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Googled

This blog is now covered by Google.  You can go into Google (www.google.com) and instead of searching the web, click on “more>>” and select the Blog Search.  Or you can go directly there at  http://www.blogsearch.google.com.  Search for “Lansdowne-Aldan” and you … Continue reading

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Another Landmark

The landmark on the September 7 blog was too easy.  The rams-head motif reminded me of this recent photo, also with a rams-head and probably built at about the same time.  We have all seen it, albeit from a distance.  … Continue reading

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