Monthly Archives: February 2021

#52snapshots–Week 6

Last week I wrote about my grandfather’s house a block away from where I lived. I basically wrote a genealogy of the house, using city directories to identify previous owners as far back as 1915. I used a frame of … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes

Four quick things this week: I’ll be moderating a book editorial panel on Feb. 8, 6 pm ET, at William Paterson University. Editors are : Altie Karper at Schocken; Tracy Sherrod at Amistad, an imprint of Harper Collins; Abby Muller … Continue reading

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#52snapshots–Week 5

Last week I continued to write about the Krasner brothers’ World War II military service. I still want to go through my photo archives and dig out some of my father’s aerial photographs. And, as it turns out, I do … Continue reading

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