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Colonial Williamsburg: 1964

Colonial Williamsburg: 1964

On Labor Day Weekend, just before I started fifth grade, my parents took me on an educational vacation to Colonial Williamsburg. There we did the basic tourist things that one does in Williamsburg, including pose for pictures in the stocks. It was one of many times I and my mother wore the matching red dresses she had made. My brother did not go with us because he was too little. He was left with a family that my father knew from work.

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