Man on the Street: ‘What’s your earliest memory?’


Photos and answers compiled by Charlotte Bartizek



“Hanging over the front porch rail every day waiting for Louie Santangelo, tour town shoemaker, walk by after work.” Karen Mertz Dallas


“When I was 3 I decided to go for a walk down the railroad tracks in Wilkes-Barre. My brother caught up with me and I never went very far after that.” Christina Urban Harveys Lake


“Playing with my brothers and sisters outside in the yard, climbing trees.” Heidi Gordon Pikes Creek


“I can remember standing on a chair to hand wash the dishes in my house.” Peggy Mihalick Dallas


“Now this is just a flash of a memory but I think I remember being wheeled in a baby carriage and looking out at someone’s face.” Dave Carpenter Lehman Township


“Christmas at my godfather’s in Sugar Notch. There were many children there so it was much fun.” Mary Reddy Shavertown



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    “Hanging over the front porch rail every day waiting for Louie Santangelo, tour town shoemaker, walk by after work.”

    Karen Mertz

    Dallas

    “When I was 3 I decided to go for a walk down the railroad tracks in Wilkes-Barre. My brother caught up with me and I never went very far after that.”

    Christina Urban

    Harveys Lake

    “Playing with my brothers and sisters outside in the yard, climbing trees.”

    Heidi Gordon

    Pikes Creek

    “I can remember standing on a chair to hand wash the dishes in my house.”

    Peggy Mihalick

    Dallas

    “Now this is just a flash of a memory but I think I remember being wheeled in a baby carriage and looking out at someone’s face.”

    Dave Carpenter

    Lehman Township

    “Christmas at my godfather’s in Sugar Notch. There were many children there so it was much fun.”

    Mary Reddy

    Shavertown

    Photos and answers compiled by Charlotte Bartizek

    “Hanging over the front porch rail every day waiting for Louie Santangelo, tour town shoemaker, walk by after work.” Karen Mertz Dallas
    http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_DP-09042016-memories-MOS-3-.jpg“Hanging over the front porch rail every day waiting for Louie Santangelo, tour town shoemaker, walk by after work.” Karen Mertz Dallas

    “When I was 3 I decided to go for a walk down the railroad tracks in Wilkes-Barre. My brother caught up with me and I never went very far after that.” Christina Urban Harveys Lake
    http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_DP-09042016-memories-MOS-4.jpg“When I was 3 I decided to go for a walk down the railroad tracks in Wilkes-Barre. My brother caught up with me and I never went very far after that.” Christina Urban Harveys Lake

    “Playing with my brothers and sisters outside in the yard, climbing trees.” Heidi Gordon Pikes Creek
    http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_DP-09042016-memories-MOS-2.jpg“Playing with my brothers and sisters outside in the yard, climbing trees.” Heidi Gordon Pikes Creek

    “I can remember standing on a chair to hand wash the dishes in my house.” Peggy Mihalick Dallas
    http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_DP-09042016-memories-MOS-6.jpg“I can remember standing on a chair to hand wash the dishes in my house.” Peggy Mihalick Dallas

    “Now this is just a flash of a memory but I think I remember being wheeled in a baby carriage and looking out at someone’s face.” Dave Carpenter Lehman Township
    http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_DP-09042016-memories-MOS-1.jpg“Now this is just a flash of a memory but I think I remember being wheeled in a baby carriage and looking out at someone’s face.” Dave Carpenter Lehman Township

    “Christmas at my godfather’s in Sugar Notch. There were many children there so it was much fun.” Mary Reddy Shavertown
    http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_DP-09042016-memories-MOS-5.jpg“Christmas at my godfather’s in Sugar Notch. There were many children there so it was much fun.” Mary Reddy Shavertown

    Photos and answers compiled by Charlotte Bartizek

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