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*"Well Just over Snakeing Buildings Of "C-Building Of The Yeslandti State Nut hospital I Cab See Over The Field there a Great Shot Of My Old Sp.Eadd. Boarding School for Autistic & Retarted Kids from age 2 to age 16 Only Called "Yorkwoods Center"> Wow any More Great Shot's Yorkwoods Center. (KEVIN) The Yorkwoods Center Boy From On Unit 1-B. The School Year In Atentice there From In June of 1970 to again In June Of 1971 Only:
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I have seen you comment that house explores aren't your favorite, so I thank you Mr Motts for this one. Such an amazing house for someone to have just walked away from. I enjoyed every minute.
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Can't get past how much this character looks like Edward Scissorhand.
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Check out the wood grain on the bed
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One more comment on the possibility that this is a sewing pattern. The lines with the different numbers could represent a multi sized pattern which is how many patterns are printed. You decide on your size and then you trace the items using the numbers to make sure you stay on the correct line. Then you need fabric, scissors and pins to "lay out the pattern" as my Mother used to say. A lost art indeed
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I wonder if the weights for the scale are in the closed box on top of the dresser? The strawberry marble top on that dresser is gorgeous. I think this piece is 1880's and maybe walnut. I'd love to have both the scale and the dresser. So pretty
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Ipana was first manufactured in 1901. Doesn't help to date the items.
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I grew up in North Canton Ohio which is the home of the Hoover company and that vacuum is in the Hoover museum. I think it is late 1960's vintage.
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OMG That fridge looks like the one in my first apartment. And that was 1972. Mine was an 8 cubic foot Philco. Just bought a new fridge/freezer that is 21.9 cubic feet my how things change.
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The bottles that are lying down look like ones that would have come from an old time pharmacy. They would have had cork or possible glass stoppers. The rack and the bottle with the long tube attached appear to be from a lab or pharmacy.
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The key being left in the lock is the first thing I noticed. I have an antique wardrobe probably 1880's that still has it's original key and I store it in the keyhole just like this one
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When I saw this photograph,
the first thing I thought of was: Alice Cooper.


1972 - This is the song that they tried
to ban from the radio air waves.


"Schools Out"

Well we got no choice
All the girls and boys
Makin all that noise
'Cause they found new toys
Well we can't salute ya
Can't find a flag
If that don't suit ya
That's a drag

School's out for summer
School's out forever
School's been blown to pieces

No more pencils
No more books
No more teacher's dirty looks

Well we got no class
And we got no principles
And we got no innocence
We can't even think of a word that rhymes

School's out for summer
School's out forever
School's been blown to pieces

No more pencils
No more books
No more teacher's dirty looks

Out for summer
Out till fall
We might not go back at all

School's out forever
School's out for summer
School's out with fever
School's out completely


Joseph
Sun City, California
Thursday, December / 14 / 2017 / 12:33 p.m.
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Does the clock still work ?

Joseph
Sun City, California
Thursday, December / 13 / 2017 / 11:52 a.m.
Try as might;
they will never let you out.

Stranger in the Fog
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Thanks JohnBuff, much appreciated!