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There have been 11523 visits since 2006-12-17
This page was last accessed on 2018-09-22

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Message Number: 240 - Tuesday, September 18, 2018 07:58:58 EST
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Name:  sally reeves
Hometown?:  PITTSBURGH
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I bought a raffle ticket from a door to door girl & father & moved without a new phone # to give them...wondered if I may have won something? my tic # is 0119......also for future game 10/11?....my phone is 412-885-1828.....thanks much! sal

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Message Number: 239 - Monday, September 10, 2018 12:49:11 EST
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Name:  David Meisner
Hometown?:  Brookline, Pgh. PA
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I love this wonderful website and have browsed it many, many times over the years...even though I have not lived in Brookline (and Mt. Lebanon) for 65 years.

My Dad worked as a clerk in the Alm's Pharmacy in 1932 while he was a student at Pitt Pharmacy School. That was at 826 Brookline Blvd, corner of Stebbins, later Stebbrook Pharmacy.

He may have also worked at Charlson Pharmacy at 802 Brookline Blvd. in the 1930's.

If anyone has any photos they would share of these stores in period, please contact me. Thank you.

Congratulations to those who operatethis website, it is fantastic.

Regards,

David Meisner

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Message Number: 238 - Wednesday, August 15, 2018 14:07:05 EST
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Name:  Clarora Miller
Hometown?:  Belton
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Hi. I'm Sue Miller. My husband was Edward F. Miller. He was in Toner Institute until 1949. He was sent to Boys town from there. He went back to work at Toner after graduation, then joined the Air force in 1956. I met Ed through a cousin who brought him on a visit to my parents. We wrote to each other for two years, then were married in June of 1959. We were married almost 50 years when he passed. I would like to hear from anyone who knew him in Pittsburgh. Sue (Clarora) Miller

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Message Number: 237 - Wednesday, August 15, 2018 06:47:33 EST
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Name:  David Roth
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Good morning! My grandparents lived at 1007 Brookline Blvd. (now demolished). I was wondering if anyone has any photographs of that building.

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Message Number: 236 - Private Message

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Message Number: 235 - Friday, August 3, 2018 05:47:37 EST
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Name:  Eileen Utzig Luster
Hometown?:  Brookline (Pittsburgh)
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Grew up on Barbadoes Ave. Kindergarten at Brookline Elementary, grades 1-8 at Resurrection, St. Justin HS. Girl Scout for 10 years, Sea Scout Explorer 4 years (based in Mt. Lebanon but all the members were from Brookline)

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Message Number: 234 - Monday, July 30, 2018 11:22:32 EST
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Name:  maureen dove
Hometown?:  Brookline
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Great memories of growing up in Brookline, and going to Resurrection first, then St. Justin High School

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Message Number: 233 - Friday, July 20, 2018 15:28:21 EST
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Name:  Don Sayenga
Hometown?:  Brookline
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The website gets better and better!

In those Berwin Avenue street scenes first picture on the right.

That 1939 photo came from our Short Cut site but I don't think I ever identified who is shown

That is me Don Sayenga pulling my sister Carol in the wagon in front of 506 Berwin.

Carol is now deceased. She married Jim Lynn who lived on Birtley.

Don

I updated the caption Don, Thank You! Remember to check the War

Remembrance page. Lots of new stories about Brookline's war heroes.


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Message Number: 232 - Wednesday, July 11, 2018 11:41:06 EST
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Name:  Skip Childs
Hometown?:  Rancho Cucamonga, Ca
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To Dean Zotis - You house was our favorite to visit on Halloween. How your parents knew if a kid was trying to get a second candy apple amazed me. Great memories.

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Message Number: 231 - Tuesday, July 10, 2018 13:35:32 EST
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Name:  Trish J. D'Amico Palastro
Hometown?:  Simpsonville, SC 29681
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Hello, Brookline!

Born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. Lived in Brookline from age 3 years to 23 years Ebenshire Village, Creedmoor Place. Many good memories of Brookline. Church of the Resurrection, the Boulevard a little downtown inside a big downtown Pittsburgh, Elizabeth Seton High School, Moore Park and the infamous cannon!

Have not resided in Brookline/ Pittsburgh for 47 years, but the area will always be "home". It is an important part of my history they helped develop my future.

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