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Another slide from Set 2 of found 35mm Kodachromes. On the wall, a September 1952 calendar; on the floor, an Indianapolis phone book. At the right, a projection screen where perhaps this very slide was shown after being developed. In the kitchen: many little decorative decals on the cabinet doors. View full size.
Big sister, a vision in turquoise tulle. Somewhere in the United States circa 1952. Found 35mm Kodachrome transparency, Set 2. View full size.
Angelo Fusco, my grandfather, was in New York several times. Born in Praiano, on Amalfi Coast, in the province of Salerno, on July 30, 1883. His first trip to New York was on 24 april 1900, departing from Napoli, with S/S the "Victoria", arrival on May 16, 1900. The second trip, with S/S the "Cretic", departure from Napoli on July 17th, 1906 arrival in New York on July 30th, 1906. Third trip, with S/S the "Koenig Albert", departure from Napoli around October 10th or 11th, arrival in NY on October 24, 1912. And from 1912 lived in New York until 1918.