Tag Archives: 1929

Decorating with Antiques, New England Style

My wife and I have  been collecting various sorts of antiques for many years now. Some people would call it collecting junk. Some might call it decorating. No matter how you look at it, antiquing provides us with an abundance … Continue reading

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From Frank’s to Louie’s .. It’s a barber shop, not a salon

  I don’t remember my first haircut but I know where it took place. It was at Frank’s Barber Shop on Pocasset Avenue in the Silver Lake section of Providence. We lived on the second floor of a tall three-floor … Continue reading

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