Playing the guitar up on the roof. Remember all the antennas and clothes lines?
Check out my new Schwinn bike complete with chrome fenders, turn signals, horn and thick whitewall tires.
Mom sitting on Dad's old car. Can you guess year, make & model?............I can't !
Paternal Grandparents Angelina & Rocco Vivolo. It doesn't get anymore Italian than this folks !
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Mama, Auntie Millie and Auntie Nancy
Godmother Anna and Yours Truly on Baptism Day, August 1945
Len's Confirmation Day, May 1958
Me on the slide at the park on 183rd St. and Arthur Avenue.
Mama Vivolo shining dad's fender!
Len's 1st Holy Communion
Year Of H.M.S. Titanic
Theresa & Caesar Muccioli
This is my "Baby," my first car. A 1966 Pontiac Catalina Convertible
A white rag-top with diamond-shaped rear window and dual chrome glasspacks out the back. What I wouldn't give to have this "Baby" today !
This is the old neighborhood. Washington Avenue & 178th St.
Nothing Like A Good Old Fashioned Home Yankee Game At The Stadium
We all remember riding on these steel skates with the skate key to tighten the clamps around our shoe sole. We even took them apart and made a skooter out of a milk crate and 2X4 and then decorated it with bottle caps and streamers on the handle bars. Those were the days when kids were innovative, inventive and creative.