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April 17, 2014

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Loraine Branan

Love this post! I cam here looking for some suggestions for our book club and got caught reading this post and it's great! We are currently reading Strange Birth, Short Life and Sudden Death of Justice Girl by Julian Stone, juliandavidstone.com for his information. Wouldn't have read this book on my own but as a club read I am glad I did. It's a great era read on the 1950's and about TV at the time. Really a neat look into NY, and how television was operated back then.

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