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It was in good condition — not a spot of rust on it anywhere — and the only real problem was that the two front wheels were missing.Other than that, though, I was pleasantly surprised to see there were absolutely no dings or dents in it at all.
Each week we'll post a new treasure-hunting tale or lesson learned, e-mailed to us by fans like you! | Grandma's Four Golden Rules | The Lady in the Mink Coat | A Quilt and a Western for a Kind Gesture | R.Tourte Watercolors | The Holy Grail of Movie Posters | Souvenir of a Lifetime | Land Survey Equipment? There was a small version of a washstand sort-of-thing." Some months later, my husband mentioned to Larry that we would be spending Christmas week in Albuquerque.Larry was going home to nearby Acoma Pueblo for the holiday, and invited us to come and see the traditional Christmas dances.It is a money trunk from Nuremberg, Germany and dates back to 1750. It is a beautiful, dark green, painted iron trunk covered with little red and white painted roses. I live in a small house now; I am 63 years old; and I hope somebody can open this trunk to look inside. Everyone, including my grandchildren, has tried to open that trunk, but nobody has been able to. —Marianne Emmeloord, Holland Posted 1.23.2012 After my dad passed away I had to clean out his house in Spickard, MO.
Now a professional is trying, and everybody is holding his breath. In one of his closets, I found a black leather folder containing approximately 125 civil war letters written from John Sanders to his wife Ritty Anne Sanders.
Posted 3.12.2012 In the early 1970s, my husband was a doctor in the Indian Health Service, a branch of the U. Public Health Service, stationed on the Navaho reservation in New Mexico.
We became friendly with Larry, an Acoma Indian who was an x-ray technician at the hospital.
However, my Grandfather and the artist never got together when Grampa had shot a rabbit, therefore the painting is still missing the rabbit. — Marianne Tacoma, WA Posted 2.6.2012 My grandfather was an inventor who held the most patents next to Edison. You won't believe what was sitting on the window ledge ― my grandfather's journal.
My mother gave me his original journal many years ago. My grandpa started it in the early 1900s, and it has drawings and pictures of his inventions, his laboratory, and even a blueprint. The rats had tasted it but didn't do too much damage. I sat and read that journal, page by page, and it is fascinating. —Djinnee West Palm Beach, Florida Posted 1.30.2012 When my father was a student in history, he studied for a year in Paris.
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