By Gene Gallelli
While rummaging around the upstairs storage space, I chanced upon a photo album my mom had kept. It was buried in a frazzled cardboard box that has made at least six moves full of items that had been long forgotten.
Most of the pictures in mom’s album were of our extended family and scanned a period from approximately 1937 to the late 1960s. The black-and-white, frozen images — many fragile and faded — recalled many close family get-together along with theAdd to favorites
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