Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: History has a way of repeating itself, and we are doing that with a second 'Memories' book
But going through photos and captions brought up a lot of memories. I’m sure many people who see the final product will find a lot of memories for themselves.
Elm Street comes to life in all three decades, with shoppers, more parades, and traffic scenes.
Politicians include the legendary and lyrically named Mayor Josephat T. Benoit (that’s ben-wah, not ben-oyt), Gov. John King putting a King bumper sticker on his car, and two guys named Nixon and Kennedy who were apparently in Manchester in 1960 for some reason.
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